Topic: University of New Hampshire
New Census figures released Tuesday shows that 75 percent of US metro areas – most of them in the South and West – saw racial segregation drop to levels not seen for more than a century.
12/14/2010 03:54 pm
Gay marriage and gay rights could play a part in a number of state races across the country, including a Supreme Court judicial recall initiative in Iowa.
10/18/2010 10:43 am
On first day of autumn, thoughts often turn to the coming blaze of fall foliage. But in New England, an unusually hot and dry summer may portend a shorter, and paler display this year.
09/22/2010 09:48 pm
Some crude from the Gulf oil spill has seeped into the sand. It may be altering ecosystems – 'for all time,' one expert says.
09/15/2010 03:32 pm
The Obama administration wants to change the way America manages its oceans. So it has introduced a plan to bring all stakeholders – from fishermen to oil companies – to the table.
07/19/2010 06:57 pm
The number of inmates in state prisons declined in 2009 after a long upswing. Efforts to control skyrocketing corrections budgets are a key reason.
07/09/2010 02:10 pm
Hurricane Alex (expected to be named) has churned up rough seas and powerful winds enough to halt oil-skimming operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
06/29/2010 05:43 pm
Tropical Storm Alex is expected to turn into a hurricane later Tuesday. Scientists say Tropical Storm Alex could actually be helpful (in one respect).
06/29/2010 12:35 pm
As concerns grow that the Internet is making us intellectually shallow, some educators are rallying behind the slow-reading movement.
06/21/2010 12:51 pm
Scientists have found evidence of at least two undersea plumes from the Gulf oil spill. The plumes appear to be diluted, but still a threat to the foundations of the Gulf food chain.
06/18/2010 02:52 pm