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Jacket CopyDozens of Mark Twain's letters and writings, from his early days in San Francisco until the end of his life, form the centerpiece of an auction taking place Thursday at Sotheby's in New York. An autographed manuscript of his "A......
Top of the TicketFull text of the Democrat's latest remarks on immigration. No specifics or timetable for fixing it. will Congress have the courage?...
Brand XEighty-five pieces of technology-driven artwork. The merging of 23 cultures. Three charity beneficiaries. One eco-friendly party. “Common Ground 2010,” a digital exhibit which opened Thursday at A&I Labs in Hollywood, seems perfectly aligned with...
L.A. NOWA proposal to open the first Hebrew-language charter school in the state was dealt a major blow Wednesday when school trustees in the Santa Clarita Valley deadlocked over the project’s approval. Two members of the governing board of the William......
Booster ShotsBeing obese isn’t necessarily unhealthy. But most people who are obese wind up with heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and other serious medical problems. Scientists are trying to figure out how those extra pounds cause the body’s biological systems to......
Monster Mash: Autry president to retire; Einstein's theory of relativity goes public; LuPone's ballet debutCulture Monster--Bidding farewell: John L. Gray, president of the Autry National Center of the American West, will announce his retirement today. (Los Angeles Times) --Scientific treasure: The original 46-page manuscript of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity...
L.A. NOWFollowing months of debate, plans to create the first Hebrew-language charter school in California got the go-ahead this week, after modifications to the charter helped to allay concerns that the institution would violate separation of church and state....
Frankly My Dear» Orlando Sentinel – Frankly My DearBy any measure, Scott Simon's interview with Mr. and Mrs. Curt Schilling on NPR's Weekend Edition: Saturday was not his finest chat ever. Their child has Asperger's Syndrome, which has been removed as a diagnosis. from the standard manual of psychiatric...
Dr. Helen M. Ranney, a pioneering female physician who was among the first to explore the genetics of sickle cell disease and scored a number of firsts for women in her profession, including being the first to head a department of medicine at a U.S....
Tags: Genetics, Death, Health, Medical Research, Blood Disorders
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a health advocacy group that has lobbied to ban certain food additives and colorings, has launched a mobile app to help shoppers decipher ingredients. I asked Dr. Keith-Thomas Ayoob, a pediatric...
As Southern celebrity chef Paula Deen certainly knows by now, people with Type 2 diabetes are routinely blamed for causing their disease by eating junky food and making unhealthy lifestyle choices. Known for high fat recipes that raise the risk for...
Tags: Obesity, Healthy Diet, Human Body, Weight, Human Body
Few nonfiction writers think bigger than Walter Isaacson, who has taken on subjects like Henry Kissinger, Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein. But when Apple founder Steve Jobs invited him in 2004 to write a complete and frank biography, Isaacson held...
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Original site for Albert Einstein topic gallery.