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Venezuelan health officials say the number of confirmed swine flu cases in the country has risen to more than 200 people.
John Farrell took over the Toronto Blue Jays with zero experience as a manager anywhere in the major or minor leagues. That has its upside, he said.
Venezuelan health officials say 179 people have been diagnosed with swine flu in the country.
The Middle East is experiencing one of its periodic convulsions and, as day follows night, tsunamis follow earthquakes and trouble follows Lindsay Lohan, America's chattering classes have renewed talk about "energy independence." America's reliance upon "foreign" oil is said to be undesirable. Why? Because it makes us vulnerable to Arab oil embargoes, anti-American crackpots like Moammar Gadhafi and Hugo Chavez, and madmen bent upon acquiring nuclear weapons and dominating the Persian Gulf oil fields.
Defender Rafael Marquez and goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa have been selected by Mexico coach Jose Manuel De la Torre for exhibition games in the United States against Paraguay and Venezuela.
Venezuelan health officials believe swine flu killed one person and have diagnosed 12 other people with the virus, the country's health minister said Thursday.
As Col. Moammar Gadhafi finds himself increasingly isolated internationally, he still has at least a few friends far away.
Evidence outlined in a Pentagon contractor report suggests that financial subversion carried out by unknown parties, such as terrorists or hostile nations, contributed to the 2008 economic crash by covertly using vulnerabilities in the U.S. financial system.
Robert Bryce is free to make as strong a case against ethanol as he can ("'Absolute madness' of biofuels," Commentary, Feb. 17). However, it's not clear that he should be free to ignore an aspect of ethanol fuel production that seems to be left out of many discussions.