One of the teenagers wounded in a US school shooting has died, raising to four the number of fatalities from ...
A winged spaceship designed to take tourists on excursions beyond Earth's atmosphere exploded during a test flight over the ...
Ecuador's highest court has endorsed and sent to the National Assembly a constitutional reform package that would allow indefinite ...
(Reuters) - U.S. Justice Department officials probably will not bring civil rights charges against a white Ferguson, Missouri, police officer whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager set off ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
On a rainy, dreary Halloween, Ringgold was able to exorcise some demons and break through to the WPIAL quarterfinals. The Rams survived some of their ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Source: UN Population Fund Country: Kenya, Somalia UNITED NATIONS, New York, 31 October 2014 -- Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, today concluded a mission ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web
Playing what their coach called an “uncharacteristic game,” Frazier was bounced from the first round of the WPIAL Class A playoffs Friday by visiting South ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The Connellsville football team was on the wrong side of history Friday night. Top-seeded Pine-Richland scored a 63-6 victory over the 16th-seeded Falcons in the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Turning the ball over in playoff football often is the recipe for a season-ending loss. Although Steel Valley had only two turnovers in Friday night’s ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Aliquippa hopes to make history with a 16th WPIAL football title, but the Quips started the postseason by writing the final line in the Kittanning ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Jordan Whitehead scored four touchdowns to lead top-seeded Central Valley to a 48-26 home win over 16th-seeded Laurel Highlands in the first round of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
West Shamokin’s stellar senior class ended its great run with one more win. Zac Horner and Andrew Wingard both ran for over 100 yards, and ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
documents or objects in front of the computer, scan them with the Sprout's 14.6-megapixel and depth-sensing Intel RealSense cameras, and then use the multitouch mat to move those scanned objects around and resize them
The consequences on the BCCI of not delivering a scheduled home tour to its members, sponsors, broadcasters and the fans are multifold and crippling
We have had 70 years of representing public servants in this country, all of the fights were not pleasant . . . but at least we had total respect for each other, understanding that there was a procedure to be followed
Another problem stemming from our preoccupation with the Common Entrance Examination is that by the first year of secondary school, many of our children are burnt out from their onerous workload in classes 2 to 4 of primary school
The competitive nature of the exam means that primary schools spend valuable time with concepts which should best be left to the secondary level. Our children would be better served trying to master the basic skills necessary for their graduation to secondary school.
All other aspiring cyclists have to fund their own training and travel or seek private sponsors [but] athletic success is achieved through a combination of equipment, training, nutrition, racing opportunities and talent. Funding needs to be based on merit and performance, and must be assessed on a regular basis to benefit the most deserving athletes
we might get a vaccine and a treatment... but even now we need to go much faster because the clock is ticking
You have one nurse for 10,000 people and then you lose 10, 11, 12 nurses. How is the health system going to work?