Testing for Joy and Grit? Schools Nationwide Push to Measure Students’ Emotional Skills Mar01

Testing for Joy and ...

SAN FRANCISCO — The fifth graders in Jade Cooney’s classroom compete against a kitchen timer during lessons to see how long they can sustain good behavior — raising hands, disagreeing respectfully and looking one another in the eye — without losing time to insults or side...

Transformational Development – MWest Launches New Initiative Mar01

Transformational Dev...

Transformational Development – MWest Brings out The Heritage Collection  Friday, 8 January 2016 25 years as a leading real estate investment firm, MWest Holdings has always focused on creating lasting and tangible value. Today we specialize in value-add real estate, particularly...

From Apple, an Overh...

By BRIAN X. CHEN - New York Times Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president for software engineering, discussing new features in the redesign of its mobile software system. The company on Monday introduced a major redesign of iOS, its mobile software system, as well as...

Ted Cruz embraces ‘Obamaphobia’ Jun12

Ted Cruz embraces ‘O...

By TAL KOPAN | 6/12/13 6:14 AM EDT Sen. Ted Cruz is shrugging off criticism of his comments that President Barack Obama stands in the way of immigration reform and welcoming the charge that he’s “Obamaphobic.” Responding to Cruz’s comments on ABC News that Obama is “the biggest...

Man Interviews His 1...

What would it be like if you could go back in time and talk to a younger version of yourself? Filmmaker and actor Jeremiah McDonald got to experience that process — in a way — thanks to a video tape he made for his future self back in 1992.   Continue Reading at...

Melinda Gates respon...

Responding to simmering controversy among Catholic bloggers about her new birth control program, Melinda Gates — a practicing Catholic — said she will not shrink from her role as an advocate for poor women. “Part of what I do with the (Gates) Foundation comes from that...

Steve Nash on signin...

Veteran point guard Steve Nash said he is still adjusting to the idea of leaving the Phoenix Suns for one of his long-time rivals, the Los Angeles Lakers, reports the Arizona Republic‘s Paul Coro. “I never saw this coming so I’m still not completely through the process of realizing...