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Venezuela's unprecedented run to the Copa America semifinals has cut across the country's deep political divisions.
In Atlanta, the teachers cheat on exams so the students don't have to. It doesn't raise the knowledge level of our children but it gets the school system past the next exam - even as the system continues its death spiral. We will know the spiral has reached its terminal station when there is full unionized teacher employment and complete student illiteracy.
Gilead Sciences Inc., one of the world's biggest producers of AIDS drugs, will allow some of them to be made by generic manufacturers — potentially increasing their availability in poor countries, particularly in Africa, officials said Tuesday.
Gilead Sciences Inc., one of the world's biggest producers of AIDS drugs, will allow some of them to be made by generic manufacturers _ potentially increasing their availability in poor countries, particularly in Africa, officials said Tuesday.
Outgoing Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said something that is true for almost every American reading these words: "I spent my entire adult life with the United States as a superpower, and one that had no compunction about spending what it took to sustain that position."
Airlines were resuming flights out of some of Australia's largest airports but canceling service to New Zealand and the island state of Tasmania on Wednesday as winds shifted the volcanic ash from Chile that has crippled air travel in the region for several days this month.
The Chilean government says a volcano in southern Chile that began erupting about two weeks ago is becoming less active. That will allow 4,000 people who were evacuated near the volcano to return home.
Asian and African night owls were treated to a lunar eclipse, and ash in the atmosphere from a Chilean volcano turned it blood red for some viewers.
Mike Medavoy walked the red carpet, mingled with Chinese studio executives and attended industry seminars. But unlike other Hollywood producers pressing the flesh at the Shanghai International Film Festival, he isn't just shopping for projects in what is fast becoming America's hottest foreign movie market.