The rosters for the 36th Annual McDonald's All American Boys Game and 12th Annual Girls Game were announced during Thursday's Selection Show on ESPNU. The annual high school all-star event will again be played at Chicago's United Center on April 3.
In the presidential race, it's striking to note that the Republican and Democratic candidates' campaigns contain only vague echoes of the two significant popular movements of the last few years: the "tea party"and Occupy Wall Street.
WASHINGTON - Rats don't always act like, well, rats. New experiments show rats demonstrating compassion and helping other rodents. It's a trait some scientists thought was reserved only for humans and higher primates.
ANCHORAGE - Charles Baird is going off the grid for a year.
The following editorial first appeared in the Chicago Tribune:
In 1902, underwater prospector W.A. Boyce was trapped in a 2,000 pound diving bell for half an hour. While being lowered, the derrick toppled over and the bell's air valve snapped. Boyce was rescued due to heroic efforts and vowed to try again.
In Alaska, the nation and the world
Rachel Steininger of Juneau and Christopher Wood of Brockton, Mass., will be married Aug. 7, 2004, at Old Saint Patrick's Church in Chicago.
Things are not always as they seem in "Proof," a brand-new play opening Friday at Perseverance Theatre. But one message is clear: mathematicians rock.
The individual mandate provision of the 2010 health-care reform law is winding its way through the courts, and will probably be decided by the Supreme Court. It's the place of judges to decide the constitutional issues. However, as a physician and a public health researcher, respectively, we believe that striking down the mandate would threaten the future of private health insurance coverage.
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