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Knowing how many ordinary pleasures were cut off from my daughter, I was angry when something as common as swinging through the air on a hot summer day was also unreachable because of broken or missing equipment.
Those washable diapers were part and parcel of the vision I had of myself as a woman and a mother. And when I gave them up, I didn’t know who I was any more.
Lots of different types of vegetables and beans can fill a taco, be the excuse for a soup, or top a big bowl.
Brochures, mentorship programs and the training of high school teachers are some of the tools being used to reverse a trend.
Many community colleges choose not to participate in federal student loan programs, because it could raise the school’s default rate.
For 16 years, Spanier oversaw the school’s growth from remote outpost of American higher education to top-tier public university. Now he is facing felony charges. How much should anyone pay for a sin of omission?
Parents trying to administer medicine to children younger than 12 are often baffled by measuring options and confusing labels.
Should the United States and Russia destroy all stocks of the smallpox virus, or should they keep samples in case they are needed for further research? Why?
A panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Tuesday said the University of Texas at Austin used race narrowly enough to meet the standard laid out by the Supreme Court.
The debt settlement industry, already accused of questionable tactics related to mortgages, is finding a gold mine of new clients among those with college loans.