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  • 2014 Tour start one of hardest ever - Prudhomme

    LONDON (Reuters) - The Grand Depart of the Tour de France in England in July will be one of the toughest ever with rivals for overall victory jostling for early ascendancy from the word go, according to race director Christian Prudhomme. The opening...
  • Researchers finding ways to erase unhappy memories

     Researchers finding ways to erase unhappy memories
    We all have things we'd like to forget — being the victim of a crime, a bad relationship, an embarrassing faux pas. What if we could erase those bad memories? Or at least take the edge off them? Over the last 10 or 15 years, researchers have...
  • Chan Lowe: Google Glass is coming

    Chan Lowe: Google Glass is coming
    The official PR leaking out in advance of Google Glass’ mass release is, of course, positive. We’ve also heard other, unauthorized stories about Glassed geeks (they’re called “ambassadors,” or “missionaries” or...
  • Kentucky vs. UConn matchup was about "athlete-students"

    Kentucky vs. UConn matchup was about "athlete-students"
    ARLINGTON, Texas – On the day before the national championship game, NCAA President Mark Emmert and some other intercollegiate athletic muckety-mucks held a news conference in which the term “student-athlete” was used exactly 45 times....
  • 'The Americans' - spy vs. spy!

    "THE RIGHT thing to do never requires any subterfuge, it is always simple and direct," said Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States. A TV show that interested me last year was "The Americans," on the FX Channel. As you may know, this...
  • O, Miami at New World Center: Poetry, writ large

    O, Miami at New World Center: Poetry, writ large
    Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Hass was among the most public of United States poet laureates when he took “the very odd job” in the 1990s, saying he wanted “to go where poets don’t go.” On Saturday evening he will take...
  • Valencia Isles finalist for Communities of Excellence award

    Valencia Isles, a 793-family, gated community west of Boynton Beach is a finalist for the Florida Communities of Excellence Award for financial innovation in a large community. The award, created in 2008, by the Florida Community Association Journal, the...
  • Lying: 'A condition of life', a look at why we lie, the subsequent effects

    GRAND FORKS, N.D. When University of North Dakota student Kelsey Askegaard, of St. Paul, Minn., doesn't want to go out with her friends she gives them a false excuse. Jenni Miska, of Maple Grove, Minn., exaggerates her stories to emphasize a point. And,...
  • Ft. Hood shooting puts Army resilience training to the test

    Ft. Hood shooting puts Army resilience training to the test
    FT. HOOD, Texas — In a windowless cinder-block room at Ft. Hood on Wednesday morning, 11 soldiers closed their eyes and practiced taking deep, slow breaths. The technique is useful for gaining self-control in stressful situations, explained...
  • Court ruling may boost influence of political parties

    WASHINGTON -- Like an optimist looking through a pile of manure in hope of finding a pony, if one examines the latest Supreme Court decision on campaign finance law, one positive outcome comes into view: It will give a helping hand to our struggling two-...
  • Orlando auditions: 'Children's Letters to God' at Breakthrough Theatre

    The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will hold auditions for the musical, "Children's Letters to God", on one day only: Saturday, April 12, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. We are looking for children, ages 6-13, to play multiple roles. *To audition, prepare...