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Joab Thomas, who served as president of the University of Alabama for seven years in the 1980s, died Monday at age 81, officials said
Christopher Aiello broke into tears - again - when he got a call last month about Madison Holleran, a promising scholar-athlete at the University of Pennsylvania who jumped to her death from a Center City parking garage, stunning her family, friends, and campus community.
Amateur radio - also known as Ham radio - is more popular now than it's ever been, said Tim Duffy, president of the Mercer County Amateur Radio Club.
Coming from image-conscious professionals who prefer to gush about the beauty of flowers and the joys of growing vegetables, the words were downright shocking: "Horticulture is under siege."
Moms with a specific gene variation are more likely to shout at or hit their children when the economy is sour, according to new research.
It's been a rough few years for the coal industry, with President Obama and environmental groups seemingly bent on driving it out of business. But for coal, all the world's a stage — and a market.
Merck & Co. CEO, Chairman and President Kenneth C. Frazier
A report commissioned by Joe Paterno's family says the late coach did nothing wrong in his handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal and portrays the late Hall of Fame coach as the victim of a "rush to injustice" created by former FBI Director Louis Freeh's investigation of the case for Penn State.
A report commissioned by Joe Paterno's family says the late coach did nothing wrong in his handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal and portrays Paterno as the victim of a "rush to injustice" created by former FBI director Louis Freeh's investigation of the case for Penn State.