The only nation among the 35 without universal health insurance, of course.
A burning climate, a frozen Congress, silencing an alleged Boston bomber, and wait... wait... keep waiting for answers on JFK.
A new strain of coronavirus claims another life...this time in France. A 65-year-old man who had been traveling in Dubai has died from the illness, the French health ministry said. He was the first Frenchman to fall ill from the SARS-like coronavirus. The World Health Organization says the virus, which causes coughing, fever and pneumonia, can likely be passed between humans, but only after prolonged, close contact. Out of 44 confirmed cases worldwide, 23 people have now died with most of those infected having traveled in the Middle East.
WhoWhatWhy.com Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker writes an eloquent remembrance of the late journalist Jonathan Rowe—and why his ideas are so crucial for our future.
An update in the persecution of journalist/hacktivist Barrett Brown, a few goodies pertaining to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, and some handy A/V clips to keep us sane in the midst of all the nonsense.
Editor's note: Whowhatwhy.com is one of the best investigative journalism sites we have, and here's a roundup of this week's big stories: Et Tu, Karzai? Afghanistan Violates US Iran Sanctions by Nick Schwellenbach on Jan 30, 2013 What happens
I don't know why people are so determined to ignore this. As someone who's had pneumonia, trust me, it's not an experience you want to have. I was luc
Remember, kids, there is a middle ground between blind panic and a trip down the River Denial! Cases of swine flu were confirmed early today in Israe
UPDATE: NYC health authorities say at least eight cases of flu in Queens are probably swine flu (they eliminated types A and B) and two cases were c