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WASHINGTON — Mathematician William Binney worked for the National Security Agency for four decades, and in the late 1990s he helped design a system to sort through the digital data the agency was sucking up in the exploding universe of bits and...
The county of Imperial is really headed in the right direction with Betty Jo McNeece Receiving Home, as it continues to find ways to make it obsolete. That is not a backhanded compliment or a facetious statement; it’s the truth about the need to...
Tags: Health, Behavioral Conditions, Mental Health, Family
Can a backup catcher be an All-Star? Absolutely, if Evan Gattis is the backup catcher in question. The Braves rookie lost his spot in the lineup when Brian McCann was activated from the disabled list, but he just keeps bashing the ball, most recently as...
East Stroudsburg University will offer a new master's of social work degree starting this fall. In collaboration with Marywood University in Scranton, the part-time, three-year program will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays, said Lloyd Lyter,...
Channel 2 NewsWith Father's Day approaching on Sunday, June 16, one local group is trying to help dads reconnect with their kids. "If you ever want to know how important a dad is, ask a child," said Frank Buck who is founder of Fathers InSync, a program that works...
Babies are destroyed before they have a chance to live. While those who have had a child die, mourn their loss forever. It’s so sad They want gun control. Criminals will always have them. Will the rest of us? It’s so sad We need...
Strapped to a hospital bed, a distraught and rambling Bethlehem man kept coming back to one phrase that he repeated over and over: "I don't know why I did it." Those words of Michael B. Lindgren's were captured on the tape recorder of a Bethlehem...
Walgreens has agreed to pay a record-breaking $80 million penalty to resolve a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration investigation into the company's dispensing practices in Florida, including at an Oviedo pharmacy. The DEA in September banned a Walgreens...
How would you feel if you were told without warning that you had one year to move out of your home without any sort of compensation money? Would you still be as angry if you were then told that your property was being taken in order to build a...
A private high school caring for teens struggling with substance abuse, eating disorders and other mental health diagnoses has opened in Lake Bluff. Experts say it is one of the first of its kind in the region. "I think there is a large population of...
I like to run. Apparently, this gets me high. Last year, researchers at the University of Arizona published a study in the Journal of Experimental Biology examining the "neurobiological rewards" of treadmill running in 10 humans, eight dogs and eight...
Tags: Triathlon, Sports, Brent Smith, Medical Research, Ice Hockey
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