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We checked in with executives profiled in the Tribune in the past year to learn their news, their insights about the coming year, and how they're feeling about the economy. Curt Bailey, president, Related Midwest Related has been running on all...
ReutersBy Yereth Rosen ANCHORAGE, Alaska, June 15 (Reuters) - Two volcanoes are erupting on the Alaska Peninsula in the southwestern part of the state's mainland but the sputtering emissions of ash and lava at the different sites are unrelated, scientists said....
South Carolina star lineman Jadeveon Clowney's crushing hits on college football fields have had a massive impact. NFL scouts covet the Clowney's game-changing skills. Up-and-coming players love trying to emulate his blows that routinely land on ESPN'...
Angelina Jolie's breast cancer gene. John Moore's cell line. The brain tissue of deceased children from a Chicago suburb. These disparate body parts have been the subject of legal conflicts about the body as property. As a lawyer, I've spent the last 25...
The human brain may be wired to sympathize with the underdog. Even if the underdog is a yellow square being chased by a blue circle, and the brain has been checking out the outside world for only 10 months. A Japanese research team found that 16 of 20...
McClatchy Foreign StaffAMMAN, Jordan Diplomatic observers in Jordan say they believe Syria is preparing to launch a military offensive to recapture the city of Aleppo, perhaps by as soon as this weekend. The observers, who agreed to discuss their view of Syrian military...
McClatchy Washington BureauWASHINGTON The United Nations on Thursday reported that at least 92,901 people have been killed in Syria's civil war, according to a new study of casualty reports compiled by eight Syrian organizations. But the report, which covered deaths through...
Reuters(Reuters) - Many participants in the U.S. options market appear to be stepping up their portfolio insurance in some international exchange-traded funds to offset concerns about the short-term outlook for global markets. Strategists have noticed increased...
ReutersLONDON (Reuters) - British drugmaker AstraZeneca is deepening its collaboration with academia by roping in more outside researchers to help to find new cancer drugs. Scientists at the Cancer Research UK Paterson Institute for Cancer Research at the...
The op-ed by Mary Sanchez on Sunday, "Fund Research To Make Guns Safer" [June 9], which calls for more research, is weakened by too much bias. First, there is no "magical thinking" about the number of gun deaths in 10 years. The FBI compiles data that...
KickingTiresWhat do you suppose is the most dangerous thing you can do in your car? According to new findings by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, it's listening and replying to voice-activated email; it received the highest score of 3......
It's always amazing that we need academic studies to state the obvious, such as the one in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology a few years ago finding that people are happier during weekends. No less amazing, though, is the knee-jerk...
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