Albert Einstein remains a superstar
kFIFTY YEARS after his death, Albert Einstein's shock of white hair and droopy mustache still symbolize genius. Schools around the world are celebrating the 100th anniversary of his "miracle year," when he published five papers that changed the face of science.
Plight of the poor
kALMOST 11 MILLION children in developing countries die before age 5, most of them from causes that are preventable in wealthier countries, according to a World Bank report.
Looking for help from Columbus
kLIBERTY TOWNSHIP Administrator Pat Ungaro is asking state legislators for changes in state law that would encourage development in the Trumbull County township.
U.S. must lead wayfor Mideast peace
kIF THE POSSIBILITY of peace in the Middle East is to be realized, the United States must play the role of an aggressive, honest broker, a Vindicator editorial argues.
LIFE & amp;WORK
These RealKidzare truly dolls
kREALKIDZ dolls are designed to fill a void in the toy market. They are targeted toward preschoolers.
Tribe snaps streakof wins by Twins
kTRAVIS HAFNER was hit by a pitch on his right elbow with the bases loaded to force in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning as Cleveland rallied past Minnesota 2-1 on Sunday, snapping the Twins' six-game winning streak.
Urge to save Surge
kDEVOTEES OF SURGE, a Coca-Cola product that reached its peak in popularity in the 1990s, are clamoring for its revival and keeping the Surge legacy alive.