As the death of Glee star Cory Monteith highlights, the pain for colleagues and friends is very real.
Selma Blair is making a sudden exit from the Charlie Sheen sitcom Anger Management. In a statement, producer Lionsgate says the actress won’t be returning to the FX comedy.
One day last week bustling little Sociology Professor Ernest Watson Burgess adjusted his spectacles and began to read a long, technical paper to his class at the University of Chicago.
“Gifted” researcher is punished for faking data “Dr.
Michael Fertik may be running a business, but by the time new customers are knocking on his door, things have turned decidedly personal. “People send us letters that say, ‘You saved my life,'” says the CEO of Reputation.com, pointing to the dramatic ways in which a person’s virtual reputation can shape their day-to-day routine
In recent weeks, opponents of Barack Obama’s health-care-reform plans have criticized Britain’s National Health Service in an effort to counter the President’s proposals for greater government involvement in health care. Republican Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa suggested that his Democratic colleague Edward Kennedy would have been left to die in Britain because doctors would have refused the 77-year-old treatment for his brain tumor, and former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich wrote in an article that British health care is run by “Orwellian” bureaucrats who put a price tag on life
Jeffrey Bada was comparing notes with his colleague Antonio Lazcano a couple of years ago, when something brought him up short. The two chemists, one from the U.S
One by one, they cracked. One European journalist abandoned his fuel-empty rental car in Fukushima, panicking at the prospect of staying a minute longer in the capital of the prefecture where the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was leaking radiation into the air