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Stories The world may be divided by hundreds of different languages but it seems one word unites the planet "huh". A Dutch study shows the word is used worldwide from as far apart as Ghana to Italy. Researchers also claim that the three-letter sound
Posted by Letters Coordinator Farm bill is crucial to direct our agriculture and nutrition policy for hungry Americans Right now Congress is debating a farm bill that will direct our agriculture and nutrition policy for the next several years ["
Hundreds of students from 25 schools from as far as inland Serua gathered at the FMF Gymnasium to participate and view the best creative talents on offer in the Suva district area. Suva Art Education Association president Paul Morrell said it was
Psychologist Alison Gopnik explains why babies are so much better than adults at learning new things...Up until fairly recently, scientists, writers and philosophers alike have viewed human babies as little more than primitive adults.
The holiday season is beginning, which means two things: Many Americans will eat too much, and many others won't have nearly enough. November will be tougher than usual for the hungry because it kicked off with a brutal blow to their already- meager
The perils of a bureaucratic and legal imagination that disdains politics...The judgment has been widely lauded for pushing civil service reform. Some of its suggestions may have a degree of merit, though their actual impact will probably be far less
Warmer temperatures might reduce the ability of people with multiple sclerosis to complete mental tasks and process information, new research suggests. Although heat has long been linked to a worsening of symptoms among people with the inflammatory
More than half set up new activities in established Irish subsidiaries. However, there are continuing uncertainties about our corporate tax rate and growing competition from lower-cost countries. A study, in which I was a researcher, of more than 40
LZ Granderson is a CNN contributor who writes a weekly column for CNN.com. The former Hechinger Institute fellow has had his commentary recognized by the Online News Association, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Lesbian
The grass really is greener on the other side of the fence. Looking down by your feet, you can see pebbles and dirt, but from an angle sweeping across into another yard, you just see blades of grass...Figuring out why green isn't really green at all,