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Cuba has become the first country to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to baby, the World Health Organization has declared five years into its regional initiative.
Web 2.0 and 3.0 are buzz words that nauseate Pogue.
The smart ones are surviving.
Innovation is going on at the same rate it always has, says Pogue.
Technology has the capacity to change power structures, says Pogue.
Moving from music to tech was a function of his pit musician's salary.
As the media capital of the world, New York has significant symbolic value.
Although some may sympathize with some al-Qaeda’s goals, says Cruickshank, they draw the line at killing people.
Predicted operations aim for economic damage
The death of Benazir Bhutto and the recent rash of suicide attacks do not bode well, says Cruickshank.
With American support, Iraqi Awakening Councils are resisting al-Qaeda’s control, says Cruickshank.