Study busts myth about alcohol
Even moderate consumption can increase chances of an early death, according to researchers While an occasional glass of wine is unlikely to increase your chances of a trip to...
3 hours ago - RT
Chicago couple establishes foundation to help kids embrace STEM
CHICAGO - Steve and Sheila Conner say when their son, Stone, expressed his extreme dislike for middle school, they knew they had to take action and began asking him about his...
3 hours ago - WGN TV
The New, Strange Science Behind Felt Presences
Many of us have had this uncanny feeling before: Entering a silent room, walking through a dark night, or waking from sleep-and suddenly, it's there. A sense that someone is...
5 hours ago - Time
South Side high school principal removed from post
CHICAGO - The principal of a high-profile South Side school has been removed from his post. Lindblom Math and Science Academy issued a memo to parents on Friday stating...
17 hours ago - WGN TV
Tornado slams Little Rock, shreds rooftops, flips vehicles
By ANDREW DeMILLO LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A tornado raced through Little Rock and surrounding areas Friday, splintering homes, overturning vehicles and tossing trees and debris on...
18 hours ago - The Morning Call - 6 articles
Science News Briefs from around the World: March 2023
A linguistic puzzle, ancient DNA, the origins of bipedalism, and much more in this month's Quick Hits
19 hours ago - Scientific American
Judge's Decision Would Make Some No-Cost Cancer Screenings a Thing of the Past
A federal judge's ruling that invalidates part of the Affordable Care Act could mean people will have to pay for certain types of preventive care, though likely not immediately
19 hours ago - Scientific American
No downsides to intermittent fasting, science says. What to know about this popular practice
It's good for controlling blood sugar, reducing excess weight and may even reverse the effects of aging, research shows.
21 hours ago - ABC
The U.S. Wants to Make Sure China Can't Catch Up on Quantum Computing
Washington is likely to impose new controls in the race for a key technology.
22 hours ago - Foreign Policy
Native Americans used horses far earlier than historians had believed
Native American communities rode, cared for and lived alongside horses nearly a century earlier than European records suggest, a new study has found. The study , published in...
1 day ago - WGN TV
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NBA, players' union reach tentative agreement on 7-year labor deal
Why UConn is the deserved March Madness 2023 favorite ahead of Final Four
For as crazy and chaotic as March Madness usually is, the first four rounds of this year's NCAA Tournament have delivered a level of mayhem unlike anything we've ever seen.
WATCH LIVE | 1 dead, 28 injured after roof collapses at Belvidere theater...
BELVIEVERE Ill. - One person is dead and 28 people were injured after the Appollo Theater collapsed during a concert amid the violent storm and winds that tore through the...
Dawn Staley rails against South Carolina's style-of-play narrative: ‘Not bar...
South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley won't change her team's style of play, despite comments from media criticizing their physicality.
Federal judge blocks Tennessee law restricting drag shows, says legislature...
A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked a Tennessee law restricting drag shows, just one day before it was set to go into effect. U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker...
Deadly crash shuts down International Speedway Boulevard
A car carrying 5 people crashed into a tree, killing 3 and seriously injuring 2
Led by Caitlin Clark, Iowa ends South Carolina's perfect season in women's...
In the biggest matchup of her life, Iowa's dazzling point guard poured in 41 points to set a NCAA Tournament semifinal scoring record and put her Hawkeyes into the championship...
Storm collapses theater roof during concert in Illinois; 1 killed, 28 injured
A major storm system caused the roof to collapse during a heavy metal concert at the Apollo Theatre in Illinois.
At least 7 killed, dozens injured as tornadoes tear through South, Midwest
A monster storm system has torn through the South and Midwest, spawning deadly weather including tornadoes.
Pope Francis leaves hospital; 'Still alive,' he quips
ROME - Pope Francis was discharged on Saturday from the Rome hospital where he was treated for bronchitis, quipping to journalists before being driven away: “I'm still...