Raising Readers: Summer
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How Does Winning Math's Fields Medal Effect Productivity?
An analysis by two economists finds that winners of the medal, the most significant prize in mathematics, become significantly less productive in their chosen field of study after they win the prize.
Thoughts Of Fall Butt Into Lazy Day Of Summer
For our look at summer poetry, we turn to Charlotte Boulay, a Philadelphia-based poet, with "The End of Summer." She offers a poem that, on its surface, is about an idyllic activity: taking a nap.
Running Late, Pope Skips Evening Prayers In South Korea
The Vatican says the pope ran out of time during a stop to bless disabled children and the elderly. The pope told the crowd if the helicopter doesn't take off on time, we might smash into a mountain.
Mr. T Not Picked To Serve On Jury
Lawrence Tureaud recently arrived for jury duty in Chicago. The Associated Press reports when asked about his assignment, The A-Team star said, "I pity the criminals today."
Medical Examiner: 'Staying Alive Is Mostly Common Sense'
Forget what CSI told you about the job: it's less about solving crimes and more about accidents. Judy Melinek hopes to paint a more accurate picture of the profession in her new book, Working Stiff.
In Ferguson, Local Faith Leaders Call For 'Different Dialogue'
Amid ongoing tension over the shooting death of an unarmed teen, churches are telling their parishioners that now is the time for tough conversations.
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