Thousands of protesters remained camped in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Monday, showing no signs of easing pressure on President Hosni Mubarak's regime and shrugging off the latest round of government concessions.
A company called BevShots sells microscopic photographs of booze as art. The business began when a research scientist named Michael Davidson, looking to raise funds for his Florida State University lab, began selling microscopic images for neckties (yes, there's a market for that).
The Jan. 8 shooting rampage in Tucson, Ariz., has produced many commentaries making the case that gun owners should not be able to buy extended magazines for pistols — such as the one used by the Arizona gunman to get off 31 shots without reloading. Six people were killed; 13 others, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) were injured.
Chris Reynolds vividly remembers his first encounter with the work of forensic pathologist Dr. Thomas Gill.
It was 2001. Reynolds, a Santa Rosa private investigator, was hired by a Sonoma County man accused of killing his wife. Gill, who conducted the wife's autopsy, was the prosecution's key witness, having determined the death was a "textbook" case of suffocation.
Parents these days seem in such a hurry to move their kids through the milestones of development.
But moving kids from formula to solid food is one change parents may want to take their time making. Trying solid food with formula-fed kids before they hit four months of age raises the odds they'll be overweight as preschoolers, according to research findings just published online by the journal Pediatrics.