Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by John Grimaldi
Imperial, California - With all those restrictions that come with growing old, it's hard to believe that aging can be an experience that sets you free, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. Some think the older folks among us are more poised and self-assured because they say what they think, dare to be grumpy when they feel like it and cranky when the situation calls for it. Those traits can be a liberating experience.
- Written by Gina Danals
New York - Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsman honored veterans during a Memorial Day observance at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Riverside Park as part of Fleet Week New York, today.
- Written by Tom Winterbottom
Stanford, California - In recent years, the late Chilean novelist Roberto Bolaño has become the most famous figure on the Latin American literary scene. No doubt, Bolaño's groundbreaking novels, such as Los detectives salvajes (The Savage Detectives) and 2666, have moved legions of readers.
- Written by Clifton B. Parker
Stanford, California - Compassion is a better managerial approach than toughness in today's workplace, writes a Stanford psychologist in a new article.
- Written by Sarah Yang
Berkeley, California - UC Berkeley researchers have developed algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a process that more closely approximates the way humans learn, marking a major milestone in the field of artificial intelligence.
- Written by Thomas Levy
Berkeley, California - For 90 years, the embalmed corpse of Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin has been on public display in a mausoleum in Moscow’s Red Square, looking remarkably supple considering he died in 1924 at age 53. But ever since the Soviet Union collapsed a quarter-century ago, a debate has raged in Russia over whether to move the founder of the Soviet state to a more private location, leave him as is or bury his body once and for all.
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