The Catholic Civil Rights League is concerned that Bill C-11, the federal government’s proposed online broadcasting law, could limit Catholic freedom of expression on issues that could clash with federal policies. The League’s executive director, Christian Elia, pointed in particular to Catholics with pro-life views, which run counter to theRead More →

MADISON, Wis. — Regardless of the score of the Packers vs. Titans game on Thursday, many fans were disappointed because being on Amazon Prime they weren’t able to watch it in the first place. The lack of broadband in homes, bars and other places in the state is something theRead More →

Cook County’s second installment property tax bills have been posted to, where the bills can be viewed, downloaded and paid at no additional charge. “My office finally got the numbers to print 1.8 million property tax bills,” said Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas. “We have posted invoices online toRead More →

A new study developed a new theory that the brain’s claustrum behaves less like the “seat of consciousness” as previously thought, and more like an Internet router, receiving and broadcasting signals for complex cognitive tasks. The study is published in Trends in cognitive science. Explore the function of the cloisterRead More →

Everyone benefits from the filters of rigor, excellence and trust that scholarly journals should offer. We all need information filters. In scholarly communication, journals, scientific forums, search engines, citation indexes, social media channels, and a scientist’s network of colleagues function as lenses to sift through research results. Some lenses provideRead More →

Genevieve Schrage, 96, of Waverly, Iowa, died November 2, 2022 at Shell Rock Healthcare Center in Shell Rock. She was born on December 14, 1925 in Readlyn, IA. She was the daughter of Louis Frank and Lila Marie (Summer) Maurer. Geneviève attended Maxfield #1, new Readlyn, until fourth grade. ThenRead More →

New pictures of Catherine, Princess of Waleswowed the internet, with fans describing her as “stunning” amid a major announcement. The Princess attended the Rugby World Cup quarter-final England v Papua New Guinea in Wigan, UK, on ​​November 5 – the first match she has attended since replacing Prince Harry asRead More →