KNOW IT ALL: Monday's Top 6 Stories at NBC News NBCNews.com Good morning, and happy Monday. Here are some of the stories we're following today: 1. Pro-democracy protesters flood streets in Hong Kong again.
ABC News Afghan President Sworn in, Paving Way for US Pact ABC News Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai was sworn in Monday as Afghanistan's new president, replacing Hamid Karzai in the country's first transfer of power since the 2001 U.S.-led invasion toppled...
Apple & Colette plan Fashion Week event in Paris, may be Apple Watch-related Apple Insider An invitation that appeared Monday morning on the website of famous Parisian concept store Colette suggests that Apple may show off its new smart watch...
CBS Local DPS Points To Progress In Math Tutors Program CBS Local The Denver Math Fellows Program offers tutoring during the school day to fourth-, sixth- and eighth-graders who are below grade-level in math.
Duke Chronicle Innovation District downtown makes room for Duke science labs Duke Chronicle Part of a 15-acre site dubbed Durham's Innovation District, the building will include laboratories and research space for studying the life sciences.
8 Ways to Prioritize Learning When Using Technology in the Classroom KQED (blog) As technology takes hold in the classroom, educators are constantly shifting tactics, experimenting with new tools, and trying to connect with students.
'Where's Waldo' ... but for science CNN It also builds on the citizen science movement, which seeks to involve everyday people in real scientific endeavors, from analyzing whale songs to mapping the structure of proteins.
ABC News Afghan president to sign deal Tuesday allowing US troops to stay after 2014 ... Fox News A senior Defense Department official confirmed to Fox News that the new president will sign the Bilateral Security Agreement allowing for 9,800 U.S.
New York Times (blog) Paris Fashion Week Morning Report New York Times (blog) Last season, Karl Lagerfeld created the Chanel grocery store. What will Tuesday's set be?Credit Stephané Mahe/Reuters. As the song goes, it's the final countdown.
San Francisco Examiner Understanding math is the first step to learning math San Francisco Examiner When she came to talk to our math teachers in August, you would have thought Bruce Springsteen had just landed at one of our schools.
Scientific American (blog) MacArthur "Genius" Winner: Math Might Help Crack Mysteries of Schizophrenia Scientific American (blog) Bassett sorely missed using her prodigious skills in physics and math, which had already become apparent during high...
To prevent teen pregnancies, pediatricians should talk with their adolescent patients about birth control, starting with hormonal implants and IUDs, according to an updated policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics .