Patient dies after neighbor leaves nasty note on parked ambulance
Paramedics responding to a call about a man vomiting blood were stunned to find a nasty note about their parking job left on their windshield.
Republicans' rally after stunning health care failure
The Senate voted on four new health care plans from Tuesday to Friday with no success of replacing or repealing Obamacare, but they aren't done yet.
Tear Jerkers: 15 Comic Books That Made Us Cry
As most readers know, there is no shortage of emotional moments in comics books. CBR takes a look at 15 that left us in tears the most.
Review: STEVEN UNIVERSE: BATTLE OF HEART AND MIND Is Flawless
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How the humble comic book could become the next classroom superhero
Paul Aleixo, Sheffield Hallam University, is reporting in The Conversation on why comic books could be taking to the classroom. You might think comics are just packed full of superheroes, funny animals and silly jokes, and you wouldn’t be far wrong. But while the term “comic book” might also bring to mind something that is outdated and just for young kids, what you might not know is that comics are being used to great effect in many classrooms and lecture theatres around the world. And our recent study shows why, because we found that the use of comic books actually enables students to better remember information. Our research showed that the students that read a comic book version got more memory questions correct compared to when the same information was presented in text…