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Conan Milner is a health reporter for the Epoch Times. He graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Figure and landscape painting.
Vandals Hit UC Berkeley Building and Surrounding Neighborhood
Extensive vandalism of a UC Berkeley campus building and nearby establishments resulted in two arrests.
February 28, 2010
U.S. Ozone Increases Linked to Asian Emissions
Springtime ozone levels above Western North America are rising.
February 24, 2010
New Pattern for Soldier’s Uniforms in Afghanistan
Soldiers sent to fight in Afghanistan this summer will get a wardrobe update.
February 22, 2010
Prostituted Juveniles Often Treated as Offenders, Not Victims
Study says many prostituted juveniles are treated more like criminals than the victims of pimps and customers.
February 18, 2010
Obama’s Dream of High-Speed Rail Might be Unrealistic
Critics of Pres. Obama's high-speed rail plan say the costly endeavor will do little to benefit the country.
February 17, 2010
Justice Department to Expand Cooperation with Tribes
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday announced its plan to improve coordination and dialogue with tribal nations
February 17, 2010
Feds Take Aim at Asian Carp Problem
Obama administration officials met with several Great Lakes governors last week to discuss strategies.
February 15, 2010
Toyota Announces Plan to Fix Recalled Vehicles
Toyota Motor Corp. announced a solution to the sticking accelerator pedals on 2.3 million vehicles.
February 1, 2010
Illinois Supreme Court Launches Mentor Program for State Judges
The Illinois Supreme Court is expanding its mentoring initiative to aid judges in their judicial duties.
January 27, 2010
Census 2010 Road Tour Encourages Participation
The U.S. Census Bureau has begun a cross-country road tour.
January 12, 2010
Post Office Unveils 2010 Stamp Designs
What do Mother Teresa, classic cowboy film stars, and evergreen trees have in common?
January 7, 2010
Michigan Sues Illinois to Stop Invasive Carp
The state of Michigan is suing Illinois in an effort to save the Great Lakes from an invasive ...
December 26, 2009
A ‘Chinese Nutcracker’
Both women said they enjoyed the performance, but certain parts really stood out for them.
Arts & Culture
December 28, 2008
Ecology, Immunity, and Bird Flu
The Center For Disease Control (CDC) reports that "[the] H5N1 virus circulates among birds worldwide, is very contagious ...
November 5, 2005
A True Picture of Socio-Economic China– He Qianling Visits Chicago Part I
She's been called the conscience of China's reform. On Monday, November 14th renowned China expert, He Qianling, will ...
November 3, 2005
North Carolina House Passes GOP-Backed Anti-Rioting Bill
Gas Prices Expected to Keep Rising in Wake of Colonial Pipeline Attack
Brazilian States Suspend AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine for Pregnant Women After Death
Many Americans Fall Victim to Unemployment Aid Fraud
Lawmakers, Experts, and Organizations Condemn the Attack of The Epoch Times’ Reporter in Hong Kong
Jeffrey Epstein Received ‘Differential Treatment,’ but Florida Officials Broke No Laws: Report
‘I Woke Up in Hong Kong’: Canadian Pastor Arthur Pawlowski Speaks After Release
Job Openings Soar to Record High as Businesses Struggle to Find Workers
Chicago Taxpayers Face Heaviest Burden Among 10 Most Populous U.S. Cities: Report
Windham, New Hampshire 2020 Election Audit Starts