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Some of the toughest sequester spending decisions involve taxpayer-financed research, where funding today can produce huge benefits tomorrow — but can the government really afford to spend $227,437 to study pictures of animals in National Geographic magazines?
San Diego State is staying in the Mountain West and backing out on the Big East _ just as Boise State did last month.
As the Big East was being picked apart, Rutgers was looking for a way out and a new place to show off a football program that has been resurrected in the past decade.
At first glance, the television industry is in the grip of female empowerment so strong that men seem relegated to an afterthought.
The Roman Catholic archbishop-elect of San Francisco has apologized for his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving, behavior that he said brought "shame" and "disgrace" on himself and the church, though legal experts said was unlikely to derail his promotion.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that former employees of the Boeing Co. failed to demonstrate a pattern of age discrimination in the wake of the 2005 sale of its commercial aircraft business in Kansas and Oklahoma.
According to a study released Thursday, the "he-she" gap in books — one that has always favored the masculine pronoun — has dramatically narrowed in recent decades.
Stephen Strasburg used to watch baseball games here. A few hundred feet from where he sat Tuesday, at least six television cameras and microphones jammed in his face, he marveled at the talents of Tony Gwynn and Trevor Hoffman and Jake Peavy.
In his third year with the Nationals, it's finally about baseball for Stephen Strasburg. Now he can be "just another donkey," as former San Diego State University pitching coach Rusty Filter calls him.