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- Astronaut Scott Kelly to return to space for one year
On Friday, 51-year-old astronaut Scott Kelly, who has flown three previous space missions, will return to the International Space Station where he will remain for a year. A whole year. Joining him on …
- 12 injured after building collapses in New York City’s East Village
An explosion at a residential building in Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood caused the building to collapse and started a fire at a neighboring building Thursday afternoon. Now #FDNY operating on- …
- Late UNC coach Dean Smith left $200 each to former players for ‘dinner’
It turns out that Dean Smith, the late, legendary head coach for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball team, had one last play drawn out for his former players. Smith, who passed …
- The Myth of the Senior Discount
When it comes to senior discounts, all this writer got were free donuts. Where have all the age-related bargains gone?
- New Drug Shows Promise Slowing Alzheimer’s
In a PBS NewsHour interview, a neurologist describes what could be a big step forward in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease.
- A Brilliant Solution to Attack Elder Financial Abuse
The Elder Financial Safety Center in Dallas, Texas, is getting results by forming a partnership of key local players who want to prevent and prosecute elder financial abuse and protect victims.
If you weren’t able to take advantage of the new powder this week, the clock is ticking.
A conversation with Oregon State University professor Jane Lubchenco. On Tuesday she was given the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
Congressional Democrats from up and down the West Coast are asking the House Appropriations Committee to allocate more money for a new earthquake early warning system.