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Florida Most Vulnerable to Tornadoes than Other States: Survey

Jun 14, 2014 AM EDT Florida is the most vulnerable to tornadoes than other states in the United States, according to a new study by the University of North Carolina.

King's College: First United States School to Accept Bitcoin for Tuition

Jun 14, 2014 AM EDT The King's College becomes the first accredited United States University to accept Bitcoin for tuition, beginning this fall.

Lower Vitamin D level Causes Premature Death, Study

Jun 13, 2014 AM EDT People with lower vitamin D levels in their blood are twice as likely to die prematurely, according to a new study by the University of California, San Diego.

Top 10 “Dream Colleges” in United States

Jun 09, 2014 AM EDT Stanford University is the most preferred college among high school graduates in the United States, according to a Princeton Review survey.

Top 10 Healthiest Cities in United States

Jun 03, 2014 AM EDT Washington D.C. tops the list of the healthiest cities in the United States, according to a survey conducted by the American College of Sports Medicine.

Top 10 Energy Conserving Universities in US and Canada

May 10, 2014 AM EDT Appalachian State University claimed the first spot in the Campus Conservation Nationals 2014 contest, an annual spring competition among colleges in the United States and Canada to save energy and ...

US Teen Pregnancy at Lowest Level in Two Decades, Study

May 08, 2014 AM EDT Teen pregnancy, birth and abortion rates in the United States have reduced drastically since 1990, when it reached the maximum, according to a Guttmacher Institute study.

Top 10 Funniest Cities in United States

Apr 22, 2014 AM EDT A University of Colorado Boulder study has ranked Chicago as the funniest city in the United States followed by Boston and Atlanta.

US Minorities have Higher levels of NO2 Exposure compared to Whites, Study

Apr 16, 2014 AM EDT The United States minorities are exposed to 38 percent higher levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) than whites, according to University of Minnesota study.

Manhattan Federal Judge Scraps Sex Abuse Lawsuit against Yeshiva’s High School

Jan 31, 2014 AM EST Federal Judge John G. Koeltl of United States District Court in Manhattan dismissed the $680 million molestation suit against Yeshiva University High School by saying that several decades have passed ...

Biologists Discover New Toad Species in Peruvian Yungas

Jan 20, 2014 AM EST Biologists from Czech Republic, the United States and Peru have discovered a new species of toad that lives beneath the dead leaves in the Peruvian Yungas.

Lions Facing Extinction Threat in West Africa, Study

Jan 13, 2014 AM EST There are only 250 adult lions left in West Africa, according to a six-year survey by the big cat conservation organization, Panthera.

Harvard Students Haven’t Heard Of Ottawa? (VIDEO)

Nov 21, 2013 AM EST The United States and Canada share borders, exchange goods worth $1.6 billion every day and also have one of the closest and most extensive bilateral relationships in the world. However, some of the ...

JCU Receives Rare Lincoln Memorabilia from Alumnus and Wife

Nov 20, 2013 AM EST On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, John Carroll University has received some rare and precious memorabilia of the 16th president of the United States.

Black People Need To Pay More to Close Financial Dealings than Whites, Study

Oct 21, 2013 AM EDT The recent controversial shooting of Trayvon Martin followed by the acquittal of George Zimmerman, has reiterated the fact that racism that started in the early 16th century in the United States ...

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