| Mar 13, 2015
Celebrated architect Michael Graves, who created whimsical postmodern structures and later became well known to the masses for designing products for people with disabilities and household goods such as whistling Alessi teakettles and stainless steel...
| Mar 9, 2015
| 5:20 AM
FRESNO, Calif. Let's say you're at a swanky New York party and someone says, hey, I want to introduce you to Time magazine's 2014 Instagram Photographer of the Year.
What flashes through your mind?
Perhaps fine-dining images that make your tongue tingle...
| Mar 6, 2015
| 5:22 PM
Alex Schmidt of Allentown, who won the 2014 National Middle School History Bee, will have the home advantage this year.
For the first time, the Pennsylvania history bee championship will be held in the Lehigh Valley. Dozens of students will be answering...
| Feb 21, 2015
| 2:00 PM
In a windowless classroom at an Arcadia tutoring center, parents crammed into child-sized desks and dug through their pockets and purses for pens as Ann Lee launches a PowerPoint presentation.
Her primer on college admissions begins with the basics:...
| Feb 17, 2015
| 3:00 AM
He's getting sappy on college campuses, wringing his hands about his tuition savings plan and waxing nostalgic about his own years as an undergraduate.
President Obama is hurtling toward a deadline that looms over him much like the end of his time in...
| Mar 4, 2015
| 11:01 AM
NORWICH — Parishioners of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church are devastated after their new pastor was killed in a weekend car accident, leaving behind his wife, six young children and a shattered dream that he was close to attaining.
| Feb 28, 2015
| 10:09 PM
Anyone who knows me also knows that I have a huge sweet tooth. I always have. My friend and fellow graduate student Andrew is equally afflicted, and living in Hershey, Pennsylvania - the "Chocolate Capital of the World" - doesn't help either of us....
| Mar 3, 2015
| 3:18 PM
Certain that they are right, struggling to find ways to get their message across, public health officials are exasperated by their inability to persuade more U.S. parents to vaccinate their children.
"I think we're all kind of frustrated," said Stephen...
| Feb 18, 2015
| 2:39 PM
Despite what you might hear, President Barack Obama is not poised to veto the Keystone XL pipeline. He's poised to veto a bill that would negate his authority to decide and would cut short the State Department review. Congress wants to act now and ask...
| Feb 14, 2015
| 6:23 PM
Physicist Val Fitch was not a lawbreaker, but he is famous for broken laws.
In a classic 1960s series of experiments, Fitch and his Princeton University colleague James Cronin proved that one of the key laws of physics hitherto thought immutable —...
| Feb 15, 2015
| 1:42 PM
Philip Levine, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet whose intimate portraits of blue-collar life were grounded in personal experience and political conscience, died Saturday. Levine was 87.
Levine, the country's poet laureate in 2011-2012, died at his home...