Originally published on Thu March 6, 2014 12:00 pm
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the annual gathering of conservatives which is part pep rally, part trade show, part revival meeting and part political cattle call, rolls into Washington this week.
As the 2014 version gets underway, one of the major questions hanging over the event is this: how much juice does the Tea Party still have?
The research of Edward Castañeda, professor in the Department of Psychology at UTEP. Eddie talks about the plasticity of the brain, the way dopamine levels affect drug addiction and Parkinson's Disease, and how the brain changes when we learn. http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=45897
The Ingenues, an all-girl band and vaudeville act, serenade the cows in the University of Wisconsin, Madison's dairy barn in 1930. The show was apparently part of an experiment to see whether the soothing strains of music boosted the cows' milk production.
Credit Angus B. McVicar/Wisconsin Historical Society
The groping of women and snapping of upskirt photos is a problem on mass transit systems around the world. East Japan Railway is among those systems that have created women-only cars to deal with the problem.
Originally published on Fri March 7, 2014 12:29 pm
Update at 11:50 a.m. ET, March 7: Governor Signs New Ban:
"Two days after the state's highest court sparked outrage when it ruled that state law allows people to take such photos, Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill today to ban the practice, known as 'upskirting,' " the Boston Globe writes.
So the controversy we first posted about Thursday has led to quick action.