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3-D cave lets University of Alabama in Huntsville students ‘see’ all sides of data

One of Superman's interesting minor powers is the ability to stand in mid-air. Instead of just flying by, like a bird, he can hover effortlessly and observe whatever he wishes in a way a bird would have a hard time doing for very long.

Study Links State Higher-Education Spending to Demographics and Economy

A new analysis of state spending on higher education finds that states with a diverse economy, low unemployment, and a history of support for higher education are likely to maintain public spending on colleges.

Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill Fails to Face Coastal Realities

As part of the sorely-needed aid package to help victims of Hurricane Sandy, Congress is also considering spending billions on ill-advised and environmentally damaging beach and coastal rebuilding projects that ignore the looming threats of rising seas and intensifying storms.

Preacher alarms many in Egypt with calls for Islamist vice police

Many Egyptian viewers were horrified when preacher Hisham el-Ashry recently popped up on primetime television to say women must cover up for their own protection and advocated the introduction