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  • Georgia woman loses hands, remaining foot to flesh-eating bug

    Georgia woman loses hands, remaining foot to flesh-eating bug
    The rare, aggressive bacteria that have infected a University of West Georgia graduate student have taken a further toll: Doctors have amputated both hands and the remaining foot of 24-year-old Aimee Copeland, according to a blog on the school's website.
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, September 2007

    Milt talks with John Ferling, author of the book Almost a Miracle: The American Victory in the War for Independence. Ferling is a Professor Emeritus at the University of West Georgia and author of several books on the American Revolution. (9/27/07)...

    CNN, John King, ABC, Brian Ross have nothing to apologize for with Gingrich

    CNN, John King, ABC, Brian Ross have nothing to apologize for with Gingrich
    In November, I advanced one of CNN's  debates with a piece hoping aloud that Wolf Blitzer would not let Newt Gingrich bully him as the the former Speaker of the House had been doing to other debate moderators. Here's a bit of what I wrote: And so it...

    CNN debate tonight: Here's hoping Wolf Blitzer won't let Newt Gingrich bully him

    CNN debate tonight: Here's hoping Wolf Blitzer won't let Newt Gingrich bully him
    Based on the number of televised GOP candidate debates in 2008, we are just about halfway through the process with tonight's CNN-hosted debate on foreign policy. I am encouraged by the big audiences of up to 6 million tuning in for some of the debates....

    Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland goes home

    Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland goes home
    Aimee Copeland was spending her first night at home Wednesday since flesh-eating bacteria forced the amputation of her hands, leg and foot three months ago. Copeland's first stop out of rehab was to Longhorn Steakhouse for lunch with her family, said her...