When I was a kid, I loved reading Gene Siskel's movie reviews for the Chicago Tribune.
Originally published on Tue December 16, 2014 1:07 pm
Since his return to the Russian presidency in 2012, Vladimir Putin has been on a tear: He has annexed Crimea, crushed opposition at home and challenged the West at most every turn.
With oil seemingly stable at more than $100 a barrel, the government coffers were full, and Putin received mostly cheers at home and few repercussions abroad for his consistently aggressive approach.
Holly Williams - Drinkin' - Live on Mountain Stage
Holly Williams’ lineage is bonafide country royalty: her father is Hank Jr. and her grandfather is Hank Sr. But as a singer-songwriter, her voice is all her own, as you'll hear in the song "Drinkin'," from her acclaimed album The Highway.
Dengue — a.k.a. "breakbone fever" — has been a tough nut to crack when it comes to making a vaccine.
The problem is that the mosquito-borne virus comes in four flavors, or strains. Vaccines that work on one strain haven't worked well on the others.
Now scientists at Imperial College London have discovered a potential way around this problem.
Immunologist Gavin Screaton and his colleagues have found molecules — specifically antibodies — in human blood that stop all forms of dengue.
FIFA, soccer's governing body, said an appeal by an American lawyer who spent two years investigating allegations of corruption in the bidding process for the World Cup is inadmissible.