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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - The University Of Pennsylvania
Police say a Philadelphia woman says she was shot twice after waking to find a masked man standing over her bed.
You're a 16th century German prince plotting to crush a peasant rebellion, or perhaps you're leading an army against the Ottoman Empire or looking to settle the score with a rival nobleman. What's a guy looking for a tactical edge to do?
When high school prom season rolls in this year, the owner of Razzle Dazzle, an African-American hair salon in Teaneck, would love to see full appointment books and lines out the door, as he enjoyed years ago.
CSX Corp. says it has determined what caused a train carrying crude oil to derail on a bridge over a river in Philadelphia.
The family of a teenager who almost lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings has started a fund to explore limb regeneration and the use of stem cells to regrow bones and skin.
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.
Nine-time Grammy winner John Legend will likely give a lift to graduates of the University of Pennsylvania this spring.
A majority of federal health experts said Tuesday that new research is not strong enough to conclude that naproxen, the pain reliever in Aleve and many other medications, is safer on the heart than rival drugs used by millions of Americans to treat arthritis and everyday aches and pains.
The University of South Carolina is hosting a speaker discussing the potential use of genetic information for tailoring medical care.
Heroin was supposed to be an obsolete evil, a blurry memory of a dangerous drug that dwelled in some dark recess of American culture.
Tulane University has selected Michael A. Fitts, the dean and a professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania, as the successor to retiring president, Scott Cowen.
Authorities warned women to take precautions following a shooting death outside a club, one of several violent robberies in recent weeks.
Franklin H. Frye was charged with stealing a $20 necklace in 1970, and he has spent the better part of his life locked up ever since after being found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Emily Dickinson wrote her poems in a second-floor bedroom overlooking her beloved garden. Ernest Hemingway developed his spare style, writing in a Parisian bistro watching life swirl by.
Next time you call someone a Neanderthal, better look in a mirror. Many of the genes that help determine most people's skin and hair are more Neanderthal than not, according to two new studies that look at the DNA fossils hidden in the modern human genome.