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For RedEyeI've come up with a theory that will almost undoubtedly end with me winning a Nobel Prize. No big deal. It strikes me that the terror, fear and general despondency of the world—the dystopian quality of the past decade or so—makes perfect...
For the first time, scientists have created human embryos that are genetic copies of living people and used them to make stem cells — a feat that paves the way for treating a range of diseases with personalized body tissues but also ignites fears of...
In the 65 years since the creation of Israel and the scattering of millions of Palestinians from their historic homeland, hope of resolving the core crisis of the Middle East has risen to joyous pinnacles like Camp David and crashed into despair with...
AP Science WriterNEW YORK (AP) — Scientists have finally recovered stem cells from cloned human embryos, a longstanding goal that could lead to new treatments for such illnesses as Parkinson's disease and diabetes. A prominent expert called the work a landmark, but...
ReutersBy John Wasik CHICAGO, May 15 (Reuters) - Is the Dow's movement above 15,000 or the record close of the S&P 500 Index last week a buy signal? They may not mean anything, but most market watchers believe the rise is talismanic. Despite the lure of recent...
Change of SubjectFrom the Sunday print column “I haven't even begun,” said Elie Wiesel during a phone conversation I had with him last week. “I have so much still to do in this life, and I sometimes have the feeling I haven’t......
Mary Hoffmann was out of my league. Star gymnast. One of the cutest girls in the ninth grade. Rumored to date upperclassmen. I thought of her immediately when I was invited to be one of three contestants last Friday in the season finale of "Shame That...
Tags: Prosecution, Dance, Wicker Park, Entertainment Events, Abortion
In “Red Azalea,” her best-selling 1994 memoir, Anchee Min told the compelling story of her childhood and early adulthood in China during the Cultural Revolution. The daughter of former teachers who were reassigned to jobs as manual laborers in...
It's another hymn of an evening down here in Anaheim, the French Riviera of freeways. Took a mere two hours to drive from L.A., which exceeds the capacity of many bladders. Fortunately, the kid in the back seat fell asleep in Azusa of all places, or the...
Tags: Sports, Hot Dogs, Mike Trout, Baseball, Entertainment
Architecture and journalism, like politics, sometimes make strange bedfellows. Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, the great Mexican builder who died April 16 at age 94, was responsible for many of the monumental public works that defined the Modernist look and...
About 150,000 people attend Printers Row Lit Fest each year to wander the book fair lining Dearborn Street and to listen to authors speak about their work. For a handful of the 200 or so authors who will appear this year, the event will be a homecoming....
Reuters* Audit cast doubt on good governance efforts * Minister says no laws violated MONROVIA, May 3 (Reuters) - The Liberian government denied on Friday it had violated its own laws in awarding resource contracts and pledged to implement the...
May 12, 2013 |Story| RedEye
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May 13, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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