| Nov 21, 2013
| 10:00 AM
* Rich nations would need to halve emissions by 2030
* Cuts to meet shrinking carbon "budget" beyond those
By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle
WARSAW, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Governments are shying away from
their own warnings that the...
| Nov 21, 2013
Now that the German elections are over, Germany and France will launch a great initiative to save the European project. Marking the centennial of 1914 and World War I, this will contrast favorably with the weak and confused leadership under which Europe...
| Nov 18, 2013
| 2:35 PM
HAMPTON — Hampton University senior Joshua Gopeesingh is one of about 200 finalists for the Rhodes Scholarship, the university announced.
Gopeesingh, a chemical engineering major, is the only finalist to represent Historically Black Colleges and...
| Nov 19, 2013
| 11:41 AM
As classical music organizations continue to suffer the effects of the massive economic temblor that hit the nation some four years ago, just maintaining the status quo without major losses of funding or audience represents a victory.
One such shining...
| Nov 16, 2013
| 9:35 PM
AUBURN, Ala. Dee Ford couldn't be blocked.
No matter who was in front of Auburn's senior defensive end, he blew past them. Ford only sacked Georgia's Aaron Murray one time. But Ford was also credited with six quarterback hurries and made countless...
| Nov 16, 2013
| 6:00 AM
CARACAS, Venezuela — The appliance salesman nervously eyed the chaotic scene outside his door.
An unruly line of shoving and jostling shoppers was waiting to enter the store in a Caracas shopping district, where prices had been cut in half —...
| Oct 29, 2013
| 4:50 PM
Women who live in states with the greatest income gaps are at bigger risk of depression, according to a recent study.
Living in states with a vast divide between the wealthy and poor makes people, especially women, more aware of their own financial...
| Nov 5, 2013
| 12:20 PM
It's been said that more has been written about Richard Wagner than anybody who's ever lived, except for Jesus Christ. Wagner no doubt would have been flattered by the comparison.
Despite the manifold glories of the German Romantic composer's music, his...
| Oct 1, 2013
| 1:22 PM
LONDON (Reuters) - Assessment tools used to predict how likely a psychopathic prisoner is to re-offend if freed from jail are "utterly useless" and parole boards might just as well flip a coin when deciding such risks, psychiatrists said on Tuesday....
| Sep 30, 2013
| 6:30 AM
Ever since the first homework was assigned at the University of Oxford in 1167, the stellar graduates of British universities have influenced Western civilization. But that doesn't mean that Britain's three oldest college towns are stodgy. Although you...
| Sep 26, 2013
| 12:37 PM
It’s a favorite parlor game for science geeks: predicting who will win the Nobel Prizes.
For guidance, you can look to the winners of the Lasker Awards for medical research, or the Shaw Prizes for astronomy and life sciences. Recipients of the...