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In the On Politics newsletter, a record midterms for women sets the stage for a record presidential campaign; plus, a barrier-breaking candidate in Texas and a new poll in California.

A dreamy sheet-pan chicken, pasta for picky eaters or an exciting take on cauliflower: A week of deliciousness awaits.

Global warming made the rounds on the late-night comedy shows this week. It was funny, but do jokes blunt the message that climate change is a threat? Hardly, experts say.

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Your odds are 1 in 88 quadrillion, but it’s best to be prepared. If you do win: Don’t sign the winning ticket. Tell no one. Hire a lawyer, a financial adviser and an accountant.

The church’s failure to police its own ranks has led some Catholics to call for a total housecleaning of all bishops who gave cover to abusive priests.

The move by emboldened Republicans on the eve of a new Congress would strip power and independence from an investigative body and give lawmakers control over ethics inquiries.

ATLANTA—One of Mary Anne Castranio’s biggest joys came only after facing her fears. Castranio hated to fly but still boarded an airplane for a life-altering trip in June 1998. Then in her early 40s, she traveled to China to be united with her daughter, Amy, whom she adopted. Marking the 20th anniversary of the adoption … Full Story

President Trump has been moving toward leaving the treaty because Russia has been violating it and because it is constraining American efforts to counter China in the Western Pacific.

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Europe’s highest court told Poland to reinstate more than two dozen judges ousted by the ruling party, escalating a clash between Warsaw and the European Union.

Discover the best payroll training ideas for climbing the career ladder, from getting certified and mentored to learning about analytics, compliance.

The Multicultural Club invites students, faculty, staff and community members to the Intercultural House on Fridays at 6 p.m. for weekly events and activities.
Activities include bowling, watching movies, ice skating, cooking, pumpkin carvings, etc. Events are announced on a weekly basis on the Intercultural Programs Facebook page at

LOS ANGELES – Today, hundreds of current and former students of the University of Southern California reached a $240 million proposed settlement in a class-action lawsuit against the university and its former gynecologist , Dr. George Tyndall, for his alleged decades-long sexual abuse of his patients that persisted despite USC’s knowledge, according to Hagens Berman
The class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the…

They’ve won a lot of Nobels, helped detect lost cities and chronicled the drift of the moon.

During this presentation, Dr. Palmer offers an overview of IQ testing and giftedness identification, discuss traits of gifted children, including the potenti...

Every election matters, but this one could be a watershed moment in our democracy
There’s no question that November 6th, 2018 is critical election in our country. Our federal government has pursued an agenda that threatens our urban and natural environments and targets the way of life of millions of Californians. Voters in California face crucial decisions that will determine if we remain leaders in the…

French development based on avian perception can both save rare birds and minimize fatal accidents.

by FOIA Project Staff on October 18th, 2018
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suits filed by nonprofit and advocacy organizations seeking access to federal government records have more than doubled since President Trump assumed office. This rapid explosion in FOIA litigation is shown in Figure 1
Figure 1. Rapid Rise in FOIA Suits Filed Annually by Nonprofit Organizations, October 2001 – July 2018
This sudden burst…

Makers of these films typically had to aim broad and go cheap, resulting in some wonderfully camp and innovative horror. These are our 10 favorites.

Wirecutter has advice on snow shovels, snow blowers and emergency gear to get you ready before the snow flies.

If you have an R-22-compatible HVAC system, you are probably among the many Pasadena residents who have questions about the phasing out of R-22 refrigerant.

The constitutionality of several Kentucky campaign finance laws was debated Thursday morning before a Sixth Circuit panel, with the state’s attorney general arguing they are necessary to maintain c…

In the wake of the United States Geological Survey’s announcement that an earthquake early warning system is operational, millions of people across several states participated in earthquake drills …