Dr. Dehmelt shared the 1989 Nobel Prize in Physics for developing methods to trap a single ion or electron, allowing for a more precise way to measure their properties.
By DANA GOLDSTEIN April 7, 2017 Gov. Doug Ducey of Arizona has signed into law sweeping changes in how state money can be used to educate students, making it easier for parents to enroll their children in private schooling at public expense. The bill, which the State Legislature passed on Thursday, makes all 1.1… Continue reading
Regardless of their sexual orientation, many in the Netherlands rallied in defense of two men who described being targeted by youths in the city of Arnhem.
Republicans are trying to pay for a corporate tax cut by putting a stop to interest deductions and allowing capital spending to be expensed immediately.
The turnaround will be driven in part by the fact that the world’s Christian population is relatively old, while the Muslim population is younger and concentrated in regions with high fertility rates.
How to make filing your taxes just a little bit less painful.
The American Bar Association acted against Arizona Summit Law after finding fault with its admissions practices, academic programs, and graduation and bar exam passage rates.
The United States and most other nuclear powers boycotted the talks, saying that the time was not right and that a ban would be ineffective.
Rome Journal By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO March 27, 2017 ROME — As far as guided tours of central Rome go, this one was a downer. “Look over there, at that ‘Virgin and Child,’ with that ugly lamp above it, casting such a harsh outline,” said Nathalie Naim, a municipal council member, pointing to a framed… Continue reading
By NICK CUMMING-BRUCE March 27, 2017 The death of a 43-year-old delivery van driver in Syria with no known political connections could easily have faded into obscurity. Instead, photographs showing he was burned, beaten and starved in a Damascus prison have propelled him to prominence in a landmark legal action targeting officials close to… Continue reading