Behavior training keeps student in class and out of the principal's office A trip to the principal's office is something dreaded by students, and often the last resort for teachers. But Minnesota schools are looking for ways to keep students in the classroom and out of the principal's office by training teachers to better help students understand how to behave in school.4:54 p.m.
St. Paul PD probes hijab costume photo The St. Paul Police Department launched an internal investigation Monday in response to an online photo purporting to show an officer from the department wearing a culturally insensitive costume.5:55 p.m.
How One Company Reinvented The Hand Dryer
Bathroom hand dryers used to be a hated product because they took too long to work. But a decade ago, a family-owned business in Massachusetts came out with a new product that changed the way we dry our hands.
Archaeologists Confirm Parking Lot Remains Are King Richard III
Scientists say some bones that were dug up in a parking lot in Leicester are those of King Richard III, the much maligned fifteenth century monarch. The research was driven by those who believe that the king was the victim of a posthumous smear campaign in which Shakespeare played a role.
49ers' Coach Questions Ref's Call On Pass Interference At Super Bowl
Robert Siegel talks to Mike Pesca about Sunday's Super Bowl, a game complete with a dramatic finish and a bizarre power outage. San Francisco 49ers players are questioning whether the referees missed a pass interference call that would have given them one more shot at going ahead in the final minutes of the game. And Super Dome officials are still investigating what caused the 34 minute outage that left half the Super Dome in the dark.
The CIA And The Hazards Of Middle East Forecasting
As Arab-Israeli tensions grew in the fall of 1973, the CIA offered its analysis to President Nixon's administration: War was highly unlikely. The agency kept making that case right up to the time the war began.
Aging Poorly: Another Act Of Baby Boomer Rebellion
Many of them have cut out smoking, and rates of heart attack and emphysema have declined. But baby boomers are burdened with diabetes, hypertension and many other chronic conditions. Researchers say too little exercise and a rise in obesity threaten baby boomers' golden years.