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- Pentagon: U.S. F-16 fighter jets to train with Poland near Ukraine
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Topic - University Of Rochester
Nobel laureates Mo Yan and Elfriede Jelinek are among the finalists for a prize honoring fiction translated into English.
The nation lost an unlikely and mostly unsung hero with the death on Christmas Eve of Walter Oi. Armed with keen insight of the sort that has almost entirely vanished from Washington, this University of Rochester economist was instrumental in demonstrating the superiority of a voluntary military force over a conscripted one.
Shoppers are getting ready to spend billions to shower family, friends and even neighbors with a bit of holiday love. And that means our elves have been scouring the Internet and store shelves for items you might not have considered.
Administrators at the University of Rochester have backtracked on their demand that a sophomore remove his Confederate flag after he fought back and accused them of violating his First Amendment freedoms.
The suicide rate among middle-aged Americans climbed a startling 28 percent in a decade, a period that included the recession and the mortgage crisis, the government reported Thursday.
The Obama Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says no law empowers any judge to stop it from conducting illegal scientific experiments on seniors, children and the sick.
More universities are providing help for graduating students looking to clean up their online image before stepping into the competitive U.S. job market.
Harvey Rapp had the car of his dreams early on. In 1960 while he was a student at the University of Rochester in Schenectady, N.Y., he paid $400 for a used 1953 Plymouth Cranbrook convertible.
The list of television shows about hunting for elusive treasure amid mountains of discarded stuff keeps growing like a suburban landfill. At least three new entries are premiering this summer, adding to the already double-digit roster of shows about "pickers" and pawn shop owners and people who bid for the contents of storage containers.
Two weeks after breaking her leg in a fall, New York Rep. Louise McIntosh Slaughter said Tuesday she is undergoing painful rehabilitation but hopes to return to Washington early next month, and her health is otherwise "fine."
The English-language editions of novels by Nobel laureate Imre Kertesz of Hungary and Israel's Amos Oz are among 25 finalists for the Best Translated Book Awards.
An uncomfortable suspicion that an icon of American business may have no future pushed investors to dump stock in Eastman Kodak Co. Wednesday.
New registered nurses would have to earn bachelor's degrees within 10 years to keep working in New York under a bill lawmakers are considering as part of a national push to raise educational standards for nurses, even as the health care industry faces staffing shortages.
Buffeted by foreign competition, then blindsided by a digital revolution, photography icon Eastman Kodak Co. is fighting for survival after a quarter-century of failed efforts to find its focus.
Wait a minute, Doc. You want me to share my appointment with 10 other patients?