Chemicals (Legacy) Headlines

  • WHAT IS A CHEMICAL BURN?

    A chemical burn is the irritation and destruction of human tissue caused by exposure to a chemical. Many cases occur due to accidental misuse of hair, skin and nail care products.

    Mail Online
  • Caribritish: me, my family and the legacy of Windrush

    My parents came to Britain in the 50s to build a better life for themselves and their children. It was a risk that paid off, and an achievement that reaches down through two very different generations My father, who came to Britain from Jamaica in 1953, has always been an undemonstrative man, but on 15 October 1987, the night of the great storm, he made a statement. That was the day, much anticipated, that he and my mother retired, back whence they had come. My dad carried a couple of bags, one...

    the Guardian
  • Suharto's legacy 20 years on

    THE MIXED LEGACY OF SUHARTO:* Suharto seen as the "father" of economic development.* Cut poverty from about 60 per cent from 1968 to 13 per cent in 1997 when...

    Mail Online
  • We've Only Begun to Understand XXXTentacion's Musical Legacy

    The rapper, who died at age 20, leaves behind a whirlwind of controversy, but also a huge musical footprint

    Rolling Stone
  • leaving a legacy of sumptuous, minimalist luxury

    Tomas Maier is to step down from his role as creative director of Bottega Veneta, the brand’s parent company, Kering, announced today.

    The Telegraph
  • Remembering the life and legacy of Tim Russert

    The Morning Joe panel pays tribute to the longtime 'Meet the Press' moderator, Tim Russert, who died on June 13, 2008.

    www.msnbc.com
  • Core electron topologies in chemical bonding

    YNU researchers have solved the age-old mystery of why silicon cannot replace carbon in organic compounds. A new benchmark quantum chemical calculation of C2, Si2, and their hydrides reveals a qualitative difference in the topologies of core electron orbitals of organic molecules and their silicon analogues. The researchers propose other elements with carbon's propensity to reshape their core electron nodal structures upon chemical bonding.

    phys.org
  • Where LeBron could go based on legacy, family, more

    What is LeBron weighing this time around? And which teams should he choose based on those factors.

    USA TODAY
  • Anthony Bourdain: A look back at his legacy

    Celebrity chef and legendary adventurer Anthony Bourdain is dead from suicide at the age of 61. “Morning Joe” co-host Willie Geist and NBC News Medical Correspondent discuss Bourdain’s legacy, and the rising suicide rate in the country.

    NBC News
  • It's a bumpy road to a legacy for Rep. Pittenger

    Rep. Robert Pittenger wants one more victory, one more signature bill. But he's suddenly finding that what he expected would be a smooth victory lap is full of potholes and … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • It's a bumpy road to a legacy for Rep. Pittenger

    Rep. Robert Pittenger wants one more victory, one more signature bill. But he's suddenly finding that what he expected would be a smooth victory lap is full of potholes and … Click to Continue

    miamiherald
  • It's a bumpy road to a legacy for Rep. Pittenger

    Rep. Robert Pittenger wants one more victory, one more signature bill. But he's suddenly finding that what he expected would be a smooth victory lap is full of potholes and … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • It's a bumpy road to a legacy for Rep. Pittenger

    Rep. Robert Pittenger wants one more victory, one more signature bill. But he's suddenly finding that what he expected would be a smooth victory lap is full of potholes and … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune
  • Settlements from chemical spill not ready to be paid out

    A lawyer for West Virginia residents affected by a 2014 chemical spill says they will not receive settlements until a judge's final approval, and administrators finish processing the over 95,000 … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune
  • Nina Simone: the growing legacy of a once underappreciated figure

    The recognition of the singer’s North Carolina home as a national treasure marks another step in reassessing her remarkable career Nina Simone always felt underappreciated during her lifetime. She had a right to. After 1960, her albums never put more than a dent in the lower end of the pop charts. And her singles made no greater impression. More, the press, the industry and even some audiences found her uncompromising performances and adamant character either off-putting or baffling. Related:...

    the Guardian
  • Dianne Feinstein's unscientific chemical scare bill

    Chemicals surround us and make up everything in nature — everything we use, eat, and breathe. Yet the mere mention of the presence of chemicals is enough to scare some people.

    Washington Examiner
  • Toxic chemicals found at NSW RAAF base

    Toxic chemicals have been found in and around an active air base in Sydney's northwest at concentrations above nominated guidelines.The Department of Defence...

    Mail Online
  • Remembering Tim Russert and his 'Meet the Press' legacy

    Chuck looks back on Tim Russert's legacy at Meet the Press and why we are always asking ourselves: "What would Tim do?"

    NBC News
  • Old Man River's unique chemical signature

    Human activity greatly impacts the natural chemistry of the largest river in North America—the Mississippi River. In a new, large-scale study, geologists at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge have identified a unique chemical signature in the river.

    phys.org
  • World Cup has divisive legacy for Russia´s environment

    Moscow claims its World Cup stadiums meet the highest environmental standards, but some have been built on ecologically sensitive areas.

    Mail Online
  • World Cup has divisive legacy for Russia's environment

    October Island was considered to some "a little corner of heaven" in the Russian city of Kaliningrad. Then a World Cup stadium was built on the island. Russia claims its World Cup stadiums meet the highest environmental standards, yet some have been built on top of ecologically...

    ABC News
  • World Cup has divisive legacy for Russia's environment

    KALININGRAD, Russia (AP) - October Island was considered to some "a little corner of heaven" in the Russian city of Kaliningrad.Then a World Cup stadium was...

    Mail Online
  • World Cup has divisive legacy for Russia's environment

    October Island was considered to some "a little corner of heaven" in the Russian city of Kaliningrad.

    Fox News
  • McConnell's legacy built on winning fights, not friends

    The Kentucky senator becomes the longest-serving GOP leader at the expense of public approval.

    NBC News