Jimi Izrael is the author of The Denzel Principle: Why Black Women Can't Find Good Black Men and a regular contributor to Tell Me More.
Arnold Schwarzenegger didn't invent marital infidelity, but rarely have we seen such a spectacular confluence of political drama and brazen husband misconduct since the Clinton years; it's a drama made for cinema. Hollywood has explored infidelity with fairly uneven results. Yet there are a few standout cheating films that have gone under the radar.
Two opinion pieces from the Philadelphia Inquirer land pretty much where you might expect when it comes to the Philadelphia Orchestra. The chairman of the symphony's board: "The community must understand that our financial problems are real, life-threatening, and beyond the capacity of the board to cure alone."
The University of Kentucky’s new Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory is better prepared now to tackle the next ‘surprise’ disease in animal agriculture. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday at the renovated lab in Lexington.
Scientists don't much concern themselves with the truth. Not because they don't seek the truth or value it above all else. But because the truth takes care of itself.
It's a bit like prizefighting. You don't win because you're a champion. You are a champion because you win. If you want to be a champion, focus on fighting well. Becoming a champion takes care of itself.
And so with science. If you want to find the truth, focus on evidence, successful prediction, and explanatory power. The truth will take care of itself.
Today, May 20th, is the deadliest day for teenaged drivers. That's according to the inch Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, an insurance trade group which has looked at the numbers over the last five years. So the industry is using this week to highlight the issue.
And joining me now is Anne McCartt. She's vice president of research at IIHS. Welcome to the program, so glad you're here in the studio.
Ms. ANNE MCCARTT (Vice President, Research, IIHS): Thank you.
Witnesses inside Syria say security forces have once again fired on protesters. That comes less than a day after President Obama demanded that Syria stop shooting demonstrators and open a dialogue with the opposition. Anti-government and human rights groups said some two dozen people were killed Friday — and many more wounded.