A southern California high school basketball team is under fire after students celebrated a win over a predominantly Hispanic school by throwing tortillas on the court. On Saturday night, Coronado High School beat Orange Glen [...]
It wasn’t until Aaron Swart sat in a college classroom that he realized the traditional path of higher education wasn’t for him. Swart, 17, graduated this year from Avondale High School. He is among high [...]
The Brood X cicadas that have swarmed parts of the United States in recent weeks emerge every 17 years, which scientists believe could be a survival tactic that helps them avoid matching their predators’ life [...]
Ei-ichi Negishi, who shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2010 for developing techniques now ubiquitous in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, died on June 6 in Indianapolis. He was 85. His death, at a hospital, [...]
Ms. Spears’s first tour under the conservatorship, The Circus Starring Britney Spears, was designed to be a dry one, with cast and crew forbidden from drinking alcohol — or even energy drinks — around Ms. [...]
IF SHADOW, Kyle Crawford’s cat, could talk, the 12-year-old domestic short hair might say: “I may ignore you when you’re here, but when you leave, I panic: I stress eat.” The new, high-tech feeder Mr. [...]
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