Girls learn to code at ASMSA

For the past three Saturdays, girls in the eighth and ninth grades from around central Arkansas have learned about computer programming and hardware engineering as part of g1rls_c0de at the Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, ...

Don't forget to exercise your brain

Just like the rest of the body, your brain needs exercise and maintenance to protect its current and future health. In particular, your brain needs to be stimulated socially, mentally, physically, and through nutrition and ...

Easter art

Elaine Henderson, left, and her grandson, Robert, 8, check the color of an egg while learning how to create pysanky, or Ukrainian eggs, at Garvan Woodland Gardens on Sunday.

Before leak, NSA mulled ending phone program

WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency considered abandoning its secret program to collect and store American calling records in the months before leaker Edward Snowden revealed the practice, current and former intelligence officials say, because some officials believed the costs outweighed the meager counterterrorism benefits.

Arab League unveils joint military force amid Yemen crisis

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt -- A two-day Arab summit ended Sunday with a vow to defeat Iranian-backed Shiite rebels in Yemen and the formal unveiling of plans to form a joint Arab intervention force, setting the stage for a potentially dangerous clash between U.S.-allied Arab states and Tehran over influence in the region.

McNulty, Jenkins pull out ASGA Four-Ball title

Recent Arkansas Golf Hall of Fame inductee Wes McNulty of White Hall and Chris Jenkins of Little Rock have seen plenty of heartbreak in recent editions of the Arkansas State Golf Association's first sponsored event of the year. This time they were the beneficiaries of another team's misfortune.

School surgery

Students in Sarah Knabe's second-grade class at Lake Hamilton Elementary School learned about contractions by performing "contraction surgery".

FACES changes children's lives

Ed Sanders, left, Oaklawn Rotary Club member and former club president, visited with Dr. Daron Praetzel, a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Hot Springs, following Praetzel's presentation to the club on how the new FACES Foundation is changing the lives of area children.