TIME “For centuries, Cuba's greatest resource has been its people,” writes Pico Iyer in an extended essay on the Caribbean nation in the July 8, 2013 issue of TIME. In the twilight of the Castro era, Cubans are finding that change brings both hope and anxiety.
Scientific American (blog) Image credit: Lance, https://www.flickr.com/photos/degilbo_on_flickr/. Can you mention an example of a species of flora or fauna and what the map tells us about its state of being? Right now we only have five species from the Map of Life exhibited on ...
W*USA 9 Patrice Warren, a biochemistry major from Columbia, attended the forum and saw the photos from Saturday's party. "You hear about Clemson being the most racist in the state," she said last week. "But it's different when you come here and actively live it.".
The Weather Channel The Society of Biology recently announced the winners of its annual Photographer of the Year Competition. With two categories, one for amateur photographers older than18, and another for photographers under 18, the contest received nearly 800 entries.
Pune Mirror (Top) Sinhagad is one of the best examples of hill cutting leading to loss of species. (1) Green Apophyllite (2) Cavensite (3) Sinhagad Scorpion (4) Indian Eagle Owl (PHOTOS: SACHIN PUNEKAR, YUVRAJ PATIL) ...
Sun Sentinel A religious school biology teacher admitted Monday that he enticed one of his 14-year-old students into having sex with him several times, exchanged naked photos with the girl and sent her a video of him masturbating. Eric Beasley, 25, of Plantation ... New Times Broward-Palm Beach (blog)
Huffington Post 9th in Ferguson, Missouri immediately prompted a reaction from the community which evolved into a series of protests that lasted more than 100 days. A memorial site was created on the street where Brown was shot by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.