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Scientists have found a gene that causes Weaver syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that typically causes large size at birth, tall stature, developmental delay during childhood, and intellectual disability.
A new initiative was launched on Monday by the White House designed to tighten global defenses against computer attacks and instill US values such as freedom of expression that require international cooperation to ensure an open and secure Internet.
Mel Gibson's soon-to-be ex-wife may walk away from their 28-year marriage with hundreds of millions of dollars from the U.S. actor-director's fortune. Robyn Gibson filed for divorce in Los Angeles Monday, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.
New York-born playwright William Gibson has died at his home in Stockbridge, Mass., at the age of 94, his family said. The Tony Award-winning writer is best known for his play The Miracle Worker, which was about blind and deaf Helen Keller and her teacher Anne Sullivan.
By Mark Jordan For Hernando actress Katelyn Nichols, playing Annie Sullivan in DeSoto Family Theatre's upcoming production of "The Miracle Worker" is a chance to prove her mettle.
By Stephens, Gene IN 1981, CRIMINAL-JUSTICE SCHOLAR GENE STEPHENS WROTE AN ARTICLE FOR THE FUTURIST ON "CRIME IN THE YEAR 2000," AND IN 1995, AN ARTICLE ON "CRIME IN CYBERSPACE." IN BOTH, HE SUGGESTED THE ROLE THE COMPUTER AND INTERNET WOULD PLAY IN CRIME AND CRIME FIGHTING IN THE FUTURE.
By MONTAGUE GAMMON III By Montague Gammon III Correspondent The Little Theatre of Norfolk production of "The Miracle Worker" adequately relates the familiar story of blind and deaf Helen Keller's childhood reintroduction to discipline and communication.
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