Many public health officials fear that e-Cigarettes could lead non-smokers to “light up” and electronic smoke and eventually move onto the “real” stuff. Also, many anti-tobacco advocates just don’t like the idea of making ciarette smokers feel like they are a member of the “norm” and fear they are going to “lose ground” to the smokers again. Big Tobacco […]
In May 2010, Barack Obama invited a small group of presidential historians to the White House for a working supper in the Family Dining Room. It was the second time he’d had the group in since taking office, and as he sat down across the table from his wife Michelle, the President pressed his guests for lessons from his predecessors.
With its upcoming PSPgo, Sony is betting that you like “new and shiny” more than you like “money and savings.” That’s not to say that we dislike it. In fact, the PSPgo is attractive, playable and pleasingly compact.
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, may be one of the world’s most dangerous cities, but an influx of new police officers will stem the wave of violence set to make August the deadliest month yet, Juarez Mayor Jose Reyes Ferriz told CNN Monday. Drug-related violence in the border city across from El Paso, Texas, is exceeding July’s record of 260 killings.
How does President Obama compare with his predecessors after nearly 100 days in office? On his job rating, Obama comes out just a little better. But he really stands out on personal qualities.
Nearly two out of three Americans approve of the job Barack Obama is doing as president, according to an average of the most recent national polls.
The president of Costa Rica announced Wednesday that he is re-establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba more than 47 years after one of his predecessors severed them. “The time has arrived for direct and open dialogue, for official and normal relations that should permit us to tackle our agreements and our disagreements, talking with ourselves openly and with sincerity,” President Oscar Arias said in a written statement