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firstname.lastname@example.orgAs sales of violent video games go up, violent crimes go down. That's what University of Texas Arlington associate professor Michael Ward discovered in a recent study. The reason? Time. Just about any afternoon in the lobby of UTA's Trinity House you'...
Tags: Gaming, Theft, Services and Shopping, Lobbying, Video Games
Shel Hershorn, a photojournalist who documented the tumult of the 1960s and then dropped out to live a rustic lifestyle in northern New Mexico, died Sept. 17 at a nursing home in Espanola, N.M. He was 82. Born in Denver on June 11, 1929, Herbert...
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has powered his political career on the largesse of donors like Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons, who gave the governor $1.12 million in recent years. And donors like Simmons have found the rewards to be mutual, reaping benefits...
Los Angeles TimesThe Supreme Court on Monday opens one of its most anticipated terms, in which the justices could strike down President Obama's healthcare law, empower local police to arrest illegal immigrants, and declare an end to affirmative action in colleges and...
Texas Tribune In the spring, public school students in Midland will cross what until very recently was the political third rail of sex education. For the first time, they will be taught about contraception — and how to practice safe sex. The West...
KTLA NewsWASHINGTON, DC -- As the U.S. economy began to tank, the number of abused kids landing in the hospital with severe brain injuries spiked, a new study shows. Anecdotes linking child abuse to the recession have surfaced before, but there had been no hard...
Staff reporterTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 TOO CHRISTIAN TO BE ELECTED? Are the Republican presidential candidates too Christian? Bill Keller, Executive Editor of the N.Y. Times said they were in a recent major Times Magazine article. The attack, from him and others , on...
LA JOLLA, Calif. -- A geneticist at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla won the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine Monday, along with two other scientists. Bruce Beutler, 53, learned that he had won the prize for his groundbreaking work in...
Texas Tribune Just off a dirt road in northwest Austin stand hundreds of 12-foot-tall tubes filled with green liquid. Nearly 15,000 gallons of algae grow inside the tubes, which are housed in a massive structure called a shade house. Lab workers have...
Tags: Biofuels, Arts and Culture, Culture, Renewable Energy
Dr. Ralph M. Steinman was a creative and dogged researcher who spent years convincing a doubting scientific community that he had found cells that were key to the working of the immune system. Diagnosed in 2007 with pancreatic cancer, which usually kills...
Leaders of the Big 12 Conference have cleared the way to makeTCU its 10th member. The league announced the decision Thursday and said the Big 12 board had "authorized negotiations" withTCU. TCU, the defending Rose Bowl champion in football, agreed...
BOSTON —Luke Scott got positive news on the state of his right shoulder, as an MRA — an MRI with dye injected into the shoulder — showed no additional damage to his partially-torn labrum. "It's obviously great news," said Scott who...
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