A recently-published study has found a nearly 16 percent boost in HIV cases due to Craigslist popping up in a new area.
The Granger woman made headlines in July of 2013 when her baby’s body was discovered in a dumpster behind her family’s restaurant.
Many factors determine an individual baby’s chances of survival. The most important of these are:
Now it’s the city of Elkhart’s turn to sue.
the process, which uses mostly lye and creates intense pressure by raising the temperature inside the chamber, leaves behind the same mineral ash from bones and teeth as flame cremation, allowing the deceased’s loved ones to keep ashes in an urn, spread or bury them. There is also a liquid residue that is coffee-colored, with the consistency of chocolate milk and the odor of ammonia, which can safely be sent to a city’s sewage treatment plant.
Later this week, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler will propose a new rule that would allow municipal broadband networks to compete with private providers.
But according to Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, director of the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE) and a former representative to the WTO and the U.N., “no such agreement [as BATS] exists—it’s a mash-up of two WTO agreements, and neither requires WTO members to legislate net neutrality into hard law.”
s, Americans want faster, cheaper broadband — and more competition. So why, among the three American cities with gigabit speeds, did President Obama choose the one where service is twice as expensive? Because this isn’t really about broadband competition; it’s about pushing government-run Internet, the ultimate fantasy of the Digital Left. That’s why the President is speaking in Cedar Falls, Iowa, lavishing praise on its government-run network, instead of in Kansas City or Austin, where privately financed Google Fiber offers gigabit service for half the price ($70/month).
New research out of the U.K. claims that both men and women tend to fall into two categories: those with a propensity toward promiscuity or those who favor faithfulness.
Coca-Cola, the kingpin of carbonation, is about to get a milk mustache.
Only a few years after he first tried his hand at selling digital Spanish-language Bibles, Trevor McKendrick is making a boatload of money. But there’s a key detail that some might find pretty surprising: he’s an atheist.
MPs have voted in favour of the creation of babies with DNA from two women and one man, in a historic move.