WHAT is it about watching young women being ravished by oversized middle-aged gorillas that presses so many buttons – and fuels so many King Kong movies, including the latest version opening on Wednesday?
You don’t have to look hard this fall for evidence it’s high time to adopt a green, or environmentally conscious, approach to life.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission sets the standard for all reactors.
With Scripps Florida set to break ground at its Palm Beach County headquarters Friday (Sept. 23), the news from the fledgling biomedical research institute is promising.
In his opening statement Monday, Judge John G. Roberts Jr. said that while gazing on Indiana’s fields as a youth, he saw no boundaries or limitations to opportunity.
People of faith — particularly Christians and Jews — should applaud the Supreme Court for its decisions Monday in two Ten Commandments cases.
Critics of yesterday’s Supreme Court?s Kelo decision, affirming that government can use the power of eminent domain to further economic development, are exaggerating the decision’s impact.
As anyone who has followed recent news stories knows, the Internet has created a major clash between fundamental democratic values of open government and personal privacy – a clash only enhanced by its capacity to make information in Miami instantly available in Tokyo.
News that the Scripps Research Institute is devising a Florida exit strategy because of continued delays over construction of its Palm Beach County headquarters should be a wakeup call to Floridians concerned about the state’s growth and economic well-being.
In my 15 months as president of the University of Florida, my hardest days have been those when I’ve learned of a student’s death or serious injury.