Melissa Bastos: July 12, 2017

What to Look for This Back-to-School Season Cotton Incorporated Releases Its Lifestyle Monitor™ Survey  Melissa Bastos Director, Market Research in the Corporate Strategy and Program Metrics Department of Cotton Incorporated   While we are all enjoying the beautiful summer weather, shoppers and retail outlets are already preparing for back-to-school shopping. For more than 20 years, the Cotton […]

Sam’s Corner Archive: July 4, 2017

      July 4, 2017: This week on Sam’s Corner…  CLICK HERE TO     Boy Leaves Heartbreaking Note on Toy Panda After His Mom Couldn’t Afford It READ MORE ABOUT IT Attacker pulls knife on officer, his response has the world amazed. READ MORE ABOUT IT Oklahoma army veteran leaves $2.25 million estate to […]

Diane Jooris: July 11, 2017

Bringing More Bright Ideas to Cancer Care The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize® Returns for a Second Year to Inspire and Support Innovative Ideas   Diane Jooris 2016 Grand Prize Winner of the Astellas Oncology C3 Prize and co-founder of Oncomfort™, a health-tech company that uses virtual reality systems to potentially help patients manage the anxiety and pain of […]

Sam’s Corner Archive: June 27, 2017

      June 27, 2017: This week on Sam’s Corner…  CLICK HERE TO     Father Bikes 1,400 Miles to Hear His Daughters Beating Heart Again READ MORE ABOUT IT Farmer Plants Thousands of Oak Trees to Honor Late Wife Seventeen Years Later, Aerial Photo Finds Secret READ MORE ABOUT IT He Asked for a […]

Gene Policinski: June 29, 2017

Should There Be Limits on the First Amendment? Newseum Institute Releases 2017 State of the First Amendment Survey MR. GENE POLICINSKI COO OF THE NEWSEUM INSTITUTE Should there be limits on the First Amendment? This question was front and center in the 2017 State of the First Amendment survey, an annual sampling by the Newseum […]