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Duchess Kate and Prince William Go Rappelling in North Wales
Duchess Kate showed her competitive instinct as she and Prince William went back to their roots, highlighting their charitable endeavors supporting young people’s mental well being in North Wales. The duchess rappelled off a wall and held the safety rope while William did the same in Snowdonia
Great Streets of America
The American Planning Association (APA) has announced 2012's Top 10 Great Streets. From frontier town charm to super posh and gorgeous to debaucherous this year's list has a little something for everyone. The streets are not ranked, ABC News has listed them alphabetically by city. Main Street,
The Global Note: Marines & The Taliban Bodies…Putin's "Manifesto"…Fukushima Moms…Haiti, 2 Years On
MARINES DESECRATING TALIBAN DEAD? The Marine Corps is investigating that video that appears to show four Marines joking while urinating on the bodies of three Taliban men. Dressed in full combat gear and holding rifles at their sides, the four Marines stand over the corpses...
Dr . Paul Farmer of Partners In Health Takes the Million Moms Challenge!
The Million Moms Challenge is excited to an announce an alliance with healthcare pioneer Dr. Paul Farmer, and his organization, Partners in Health, one of the world’s leading providers of community-based care in the developing world. Million Moms Challenge recently sat down with Dr. Farmer...
Two Degrees Bars
The And I. It's. nutrition isn't really the most common. Cause of death in children under five around the world this is a massive problem. And now owe it to treatable problem we actually have a medicine to treat that. We. They snack and nutrition bars. And for every bar that we sell in the United
Bill Clinton's Mercy Mission to Haiti
Former president leads international aid efforts in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
Bill Clinton Digs In to Speed Haiti's Recovery
In Exclusive 'Nightline' Interview, Ex-President Describes Government Plans for Renewal
The Note, 5/15/2009: Growing Pains -- Obama tacks right, Pelosi lashes back, and Dems take on new fights
By RICK KLEIN It wasn’t enough when Democrats were at war with Republicans. Then they started fighting themselves. Now they get to take on the CIA, too. They get to do it facing backwards -- undoing (and sometimes redoing) Bush...
Health Highlights: May 14, 2007
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: Gender Disparity Found in Heart Disease and Diabetes Care In the United States, women with heart disease and diabetes are less likely than men to receive several kinds of routine outpatient medical
Excerpt: "The End of Poverty" by Dr. Jeffrey Sachs
Excerpted from THE END OF POVERTY by Jeffrey D. Sachs. Reprinted by arrangement with The Penguin Press, a member of Penguin Group (USA), Inc. Copyright © Jeffery D. Sachs, 2005. Africa's AIDS Cataclysm From these lessons, it was but a small step to HIV/AIDS. The same three questions applied for