Miley Cyrus’ parents are giving their marriage another chance. Tish Finley Cyrus filed for a divorce last month in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences.
Katy Perry has reportedly decided to write a book that includes details about her failed marriage to Russell Brand.
Nothing raises eyebrows faster than the idea that science can find “laws” of human behavior. Human differences are too vast for generalizations that apply with any exactitude to individuals
Doctors like to pick up the first indicators of disease as early as possible so they can begin effective treatments that might help patients. But when it comes to conditions like autism, that’s not always easy.
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THERE WAS SOMETHING SELF-DESTRUCTIVE ABOUT Harvard University President Larry Summers’ speech on gender disparities in January. In his first sentence, he said his goal was “provocation” .
Teacher effectiveness matters more to student learning than anything else schools do, and there are substantial differences between teachers. Those two points often get lost in the din about teachers unions or tenure
It’s doubtful there’s ever a perfect time or place to end a marriage, but for Dean McDermott, that time and place was in a Palm Springs, California, hotel room after playing a round of golf.
Max Mosley, the president of motorsport’s governing body the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), has said there "will be a unified Formula One championship in 2010." The statement comes after Mosley spoke to the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council and the Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA), at the governing body’s headquarters in Paris. It seems FOTA, as the representitive of all eight teams that had threatened to set up a rival series, have settled their differences with the controversial racing boss. Mosley has reportedly confirmed a cost-cutting deal has been reached with those concerned which has ensured a deal for the next season.
President Obama on Friday called on Europe and the United States to drop negative attitudes toward each other and said "unprecedented coordination" is needed to confront the global economic crisis. Speaking at a packed town hall meeting in Strasbourg on his first overseas trip as president, Obama said, “I’m confident that we can meet any challenge as long as we are together.” It’s easier to allow “resentments to fester” than “to forge true partnerships,” the president said. “So we must be honest with ourselves.