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  • Early diagnosis key with autism

    Early diagnosis key with autism
    The prevalence of autism in the U.S. has soared in recent decades. There is no single verifiable cause and no magic pill for treatment. But new research suggests earlier diagnosis is possible and, with that, hope for a better outcome. "The earlier we...
  • Jewish groups pull support of Holocaust exhibit

    Jewish leaders in Florida say they're pulling their support for a Holocaust exhibit because of its association with a North Carolina church where five members have been indicted on charges that they kidnapped and beat a man because he's gay. Students...
  • Man charged with killing 3 Muslims can face death penalty

    The man charged with killing three Muslim college students will face a death penalty trial after prosecutors told a judge they had strong and incriminating evidence that includes the blood from one of the victims found on the accused shooter's pants....
  • Chapel Hill shooting case will proceed as a death penalty trial

    DURHAM, N.C. A judge will allow prosecutors to pursue the death penalty against Craig Stephen Hicks, the man charged in the Chapel Hill, N.C., shootings that sparked global debate about whether the motive was escalation of a parking dispute or a hate...
  • UA exhibit features models of buildings burned in Civil War

    In the Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library on Friday, a professor of architecture and historian discussed the building's antebellum predecessor that stood at the site on the University of Alabama's campus 150 years ago and the influence of its designer on the...
  • Death penalty hearing set for man accused of killing Muslim students

    DURHAM, N.C. Prosecutors will go before a Durham County Superior Court judge on Monday to begin laying out their case for pursuing the death penalty against Craig Stephen Hicks. Hicks, 43, turned himself in to Chatham County law enforcement officers on...
  • Civil rights historian aims to reform NCAA 'cartel'

    Civil rights historian aims to reform NCAA 'cartel'
    When he's not looking beyond the basketball court — and contemplating who is getting rich from college athletics and, more pointedly, who is not —Taylor Branch still enjoys the games. "I watch the March Madness tournaments sporadically," the...
  • Racism a lingering problem among collegiate millennials

    Kayla Tarrant loves the University of Maryland. But the campus tour guide says a racist email and photo attributed to her schoolmates makes her reluctant to encourage other black students to enroll "in a place where you feel unsafe and no one cares...
  • Study: An apple a day may not keep the doctor away

    Study: An apple a day may not keep the doctor away
    An apple a day doesn't necessarily keep the doctor away. That's according to proverb-busting research that found daily apple eaters had just as many doctor visits as those who ate fewer or no apples. The findings don't mean apples aren't good for you...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1965, tennis player Carol Mohn becomes first girl in area to take part in boys varsity event

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. March 30 2000—John Walson Jr., the president of Service Electric Cable Television, purchases majority ownership in the Pennsylvania ValleyDawgs,...
  • Humility, faith at core of Tony Bennett the man and coach

    Humility, faith at core of Tony Bennett the man and coach
    Tony Bennett was at peace. At first inclined to accept the University of Virginia's head basketball coaching position, he had elected to remain at Washington State, a program he had steered to new heights and a school he had come to embrace. But as...