WASHINGTON, January 29 – The long-lasting case of Jack Abramoff is one of bribery, felons, and quite possibly a political earthquake. So far the damage has been moderate but there
WASHINGTON, January 28 – In a surprising turn the Democrat Senator Kerry initiated the launch of a filibuster on the confirmation of judge Alito. Although many Republicans and Democrats already
CALIFORNIA, January 26 – This week a new study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine which raised quite some eyebrows. The drug Trasylol which is normally used
MONTPELLIER, January 22 – In a disturbing development a 32-year old woman was hospitalized in France after she has shown symptoms of the avian influenza. The woman recently returned from
LEEDS, January 21 – An important study on the link between cell phone use and brain tumors has been concluded and the results were shown in the British Medical Journal.
FLORIDA, January 17 – The much awaited launch of the NASA space-mission to Pluto suffered several delays today which resulted in an ultimate delay of 24 hours. The mission is
WASHINGTON, January 15 – In a worrying development it has been discovered that the current main flu strain H3N2, common influenza, is resistant to two of the most-used anti-viral drugs.
BURGDORF, Switzerland, January 14 – The head of the European investigative commission researching the handlings of the CIA on European soil has come to the conclusion that without a doubt
WASHINGTON, January 12 – Perhaps expectable in a society which tends to grow more and more obese, this way of life is actually more acceptable these days than it was
BAGHDAD, January 8 – It has been a sad weekend indeed for the U.S. military troops in Iraq. In total 17 U.S. citizens were killed this weekend while already a