Latest Div Stories
By Mark Zaretsky, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul.
More than a year after they took the hallucinogen found in "magic mushrooms," volunteers in a Johns Hopkins study rated the experience as one of the most meaningful and spiritually important of their lives, researchers reported today.
Bob Dylan . Yo-Yo Ma . Sheryl Crow . Jay-Z . These aren't musical acts in a summer concert series: They're artists featured on Barack Obama's iPod. "I have pretty eclectic tastes," the Democratic presidential contender said in an interview to be published in Friday's issue of Rolling Stone.
By Nicolas Zimmerman, Daily Press, Newport News, Va. Jun. 25--Capt. James "Jae" Barclay IV rewards his dog, 10-month old Bryant, after a demonstration of his field training at The Pet Resort at Greensprings in James City County.
By Susan Schell, The Peninsula Gateway, Gig Harbor, Wash. Jun. 18--Arnie Tucker is one of an elite group of graduates. Tucker recently "graduated" from an innovative exercise program at the MultiCare facility in Gig Harbor designed specifically for patients recovering from heart surgery.
People with health problems are turning to the Internet, setting up individual Web sites to give progress reports on their recoveries.
DNA from an extinct creature has been resurrected in a live animal for the first time. The genetic material, extracted from the extinct Tasmanian tiger, proved functional in mice.
Breaking up is hard to do, but not as hard as we think. New research suggests we overestimate the heart-crushing blow from a romantic split, and some of us make particularly inaccurate forecasts. "We're not saying breakup is a good time.
Did John Wilkes Booth shoot a dying man? That's the controversial conclusion reached by physician and amateur historian Dr. John Sotos.
A world class science project in Britain, dubbed â€˜Aliceâ€™, is in jeopardy of being moved to the U.S. or Russia due to cuts in Britainâ€™s science budget.