While studying for his Religious Studies doctorate in Taiwan in 2004, Jonathan H.X. Lee read through a worn, '80s era textbook. For one lesson Lee turned the page to a section about faith. The chapter included a sidebar which provided an anecdote illustrating the power of religious faith. It told t ... More >>
For the defendants in the ghost scam trial to be acquitted, their lawyers must prove, by a preponderance of evidence, that they committed their crimes "out of necessity." "Preponderance of evidence," jurors are told, "means that you must be persuaded that the things the defendant seeks to prove are ... More >>
www.animalliberationfront.comChrissie Hynde ain't pretendinForeign trade deals don't need China and Japan in order to be successful, merely relevant. And they certainly don't need to be globe-busting in order to draw demonstrators: several events are planned today as the Trans-Pacific Partnership ... More >>
Comedian Demetri Martin once observed that the phrase "sort of" doesn't mean so much -- until you put it after sentences like "I love you," or "You're going to live." Well, according to the city controller's six-month budget status report, released late last night, we've got some good economic ne ... More >>
If physicians really cared about our health, they'd drop their iron wall against immigrant doctors
The regulars love to subvert the contest. It's yet another twist to the city's toughest pub trivia night.