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  • Temple University demotes physics department head charged with federal crimes

    PHILADELPHIA The chairman of Temple University's physics department lost his leadership post Friday, one day after federal authorities accused him of illegally sharing sensitive U.S. technology with entities in China. Xiaoxing Xi, a naturalized U.S....
  • Top 3 health tips: Easy ways to boost weight loss

    Top 3 health tips: Easy ways to boost weight loss
    If your goal is to lose weight and exercise more, forget the deprivation diet and marathon workouts. Research shows that taking small steps is the best way to get lasting results. A study found that participants who made one small, potentially...
  • Rutgers urged to cancel ocean blasting off New Jersey coast

    The New Jersey Senate president and a congressman representing the Jersey shore are asking Rutgers University to cancel planned research that involves blasting the ocean floor with sound waves. Senate President Steve Sweeney and U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone...
  • 7 great white sharks tagged with transmitters after sightings in O.C.

    7 great white sharks tagged with transmitters after sightings in O.C.
    Lifeguards and marine researchers tagged seven great white sharks Friday after more than a dozen were seen swimming and feeding in the ocean off Sunset Beach in Huntington Beach this week. Escorted by Huntington Beach marine safety officials,...
  • Cockeysville author tackles astrophysics for kids with Neil deGrasse Tyson

    Cockeysville author tackles astrophysics for kids with Neil deGrasse Tyson
    When he was 12 years old, Neil deGrasse Tyson got his first telescope. Tyson was already fascinated with the universe, exploring the night sky with binoculars from the roof of his apartment building. His love for the stars and planets grew as he studied...
  • Family running across Illinois to benefit Alzheimer's research

    Family running across Illinois to benefit Alzheimer's research
    When Janice Dryfhout was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, her sons Brian and Jeff said the news was all too familiar for the family. The Dryfhouts say their grandmother, uncles and other relatives also have been affected by the disease. For the...
  • Plague in Idaho ground squirrels prompts health warning

    Ground squirrels south of Boise have tested positive for plague, and humans and pets should avoid the area, Idaho health officials say. The bacterial disease can be spread by the bites of fleas or by direct contact with infected animals, the Idaho...
  • Correction: Earns-Liberty Media story

    In a story May 8 about Liberty Media's earnings -- generated by Automated Insights using data from Zacks Investment Research -- the Associated Press reported erroneously the company's stock performance over the last 12 months. At that time, Liberty...
  • Bruce Jenner's story proves: Gay advocates don't need to lie or bully

    Bruce Jenner's story proves: Gay advocates don't need to lie or bully
    More Americans than ever before — a record-high of 60 percent, according to Gallup last week — support gay marriage. But in the wake of a new scandal rocking the academic world, it’s a good time to remind partisans and activists that the...
  • High schoolers take on missiles, solar energy in STEM Challenge

    High schoolers take on missiles, solar energy in STEM Challenge
    Hundreds of high school students offered solutions to local and international problems at the 2015 STEM Challenge at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago on May 20. The Illinois Science & Technology Institute and the Research and Development STEM Learning...
  • S.E. Cupp: Key to changing hearts and minds: Don't lie or bully

    More Americans than ever before a record-high of 60 percent, according to Gallup this week support gay marriage. But in the wake of a new scandal rocking the academic world, it's a good time to remind partisans and activists that the ends don't always...