Virginia Delegate Nick Freitas outlines his vision for a justice system that deals fairly with the three different types of crimes: violent, non-violent, and victimless.
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By Contributor on May 23, 2018
Medical groups have criticized the legislation, which will give terminal patients access to experimental treatments, as dangerous and unnecessary.
A total of 27 people have died since April, but new funds and the deployment of an experimental vaccine are expected to help contain the virus.
Add this to the list of things you never knew you wanted. We’ve all been there. You’ll be driving along when the check tire pressure light illuminates, or you come out to your car to …
By Contributor on May 22, 2018
Fruit bats are a reservoir for the disease, which can cause brain damage.
Early exposure to common microbes could stop leukemia from manifesting in children.
A satirical commentary on the feasibility of a return to the divine right of kings in light of a perceived decline of the rule of law.
Lina Iris Viktor has accused the rapper of stealing from her black and gold “Constellations” paintings.
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The University College London researcher investigated how environmental pressures affect animals.
The magazine has been on the cutting edge of pop culture since 1969.
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By Contributor on May 21, 2018
Check out these art openings and events.
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The actor first took up painting in 1987, but now his hobby has “gotten more serious.”
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Fall served in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Barack Obama.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
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This isn’t your typical office job. Testing tomorrow’s great automotive products takes time, money, and some crazy testing facilities. Proving grounds around the world host an assortment of road conditions – from icy roads to steep, …
By Contributor on May 18, 2018
But organizers vow to return in 2019.
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A pilot program announced last month will consider combining announced and surprise inspections.
Victoria, a southern white rhino at the San Diego Zoo, was impregnated by artificial insemination on March 22 and, if all goes well, will birth the calf in summer 2019.