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Telescope Innovator Shines His Genius On New Fields

You may not be familiar with the name Roger Angel, but if there were ever a scientist with a creative […]

Why Do Taxpayers Subsidize Farmers’ Insurance?

This summer’s drought has hit more than half the states in the country. Crops are suffering, but farmers might not […]

In Japan, Mobile Startups Take Gaming To Next Level

On the subway, in doctor’s waiting rooms and during college lectures, millions of Japanese can be found glued to their […]

Doctor or ‘medical provider’? One doctor’s perspective

“I am used to being called a ‘medical provider’ instead of a doctor or a physician these days,” writes Dr. […]

“Oklahoma Gets $21M Boost to State’s Rainy Day Fund”

When state finance officials closed the fiscal year 2012 books on June 30, they found $21 million in unused funds […]

Windowless Summer Job at the Capitol Means New Career View for Tulsa Student

Office of the State Treasurer (from left) State Treasurer Ken Miller and summer intern Jordan Albert. Jordan Albert spent his […]

Hurricane Andrew’s Legacy: ‘Like A Bomb’ In Florida

Twenty years ago, one of the strongest hurricanes ever to hit the U.S. changed the face of South Florida. Hurricane […]

Recycling Baby Things In Seattle, Wash.

WestSide Baby is a nonprofit organization in Seattle that collects used car seats, cribs, toys and other items for children […]

Kids Of Older Fathers Likelier To Have Genetic Ailments

Scientists have found solid evidence that older men have more random mutations in their sperm cells. They’re warning that can […]

Attacks Raise Specter Of Radical Islam In Russia

Authorities in Russia fear that Muslim radicals are grasping for power in the central Russian republic of Tatarstan. Analysts say […]

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