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  • Promise of a 'clean coal' future far from reality

    MEREDOSIA, Ill. In 2003, President George W. Bush unveiled plans for the world's first zero-emissions coal plant, a project that would serve as a global showcase of America's ability to reduce carbon emissions from fossil fuels.
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    • Looking for a spare: Poverello Center bowls a strike through hunger at Aug. 9 tournament

      The Poverello Center, Broward County's oldest HIV/AIDS service organization providing food, nutrition and wellness services, will host its 24th annual "Bowling To Fight Hunger" event August 9. Presented by Wells Fargo Bank and the AIDS Healthcare...
    • More bad news in fight against persistent HIV reservoirs

      More bad news in fight against persistent HIV reservoirs
      July has been a particularly trying month for HIV/AIDS researchers as they mourned the loss of colleagues killed in a militant attack and received new reports of the virus' remarkable tenacity. On Monday, a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine...
    • Pioneering AIDS researcher Lange was a star with a passion to help

      Pioneering AIDS researcher Lange was a star with a passion to help
      He wouldn’t be the only victim they knew, but he¬†was probably the one they knew best. Friends and colleagues of Joep Lange, who died Thursday on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, remembered the prominent researcher as a straight-talking and well-...
    • HIV establishes viral reservoirs with surprising speed

      HIV establishes viral reservoirs with surprising speed
      In a sobering discovery, researchers say that rapid treatment of HIV-like infections in monkeys failed to prevent the establishment of persistent viral reservoirs in as little as three days. The study, published Sunday in the journal Nature, comes on...
    • Ex-cop accused of knowingly infecting woman with HIV

      Ex-cop accused of knowingly infecting woman with HIV
      A former police officer is accused of knowingly infecting a woman with HIV and investigators are concerned there may be more women who have been infected with the potentially deadly virus, Riviera Beach police said. Dexter Richardson has been charged...
    • Event aimed at fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS

      Education, testing and care are some of the ways to attack HIV/AIDS. The Broward Health Comprehensive Care Center and the Comprehensive Care Center at Broward House promoted all three of these during the High Impact Prevention Program Community BBQ...
    • Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: A tragic loss for AIDS advocacy, research

      Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: A tragic loss for AIDS advocacy, research
      AIDS researchers and advocates are used to dealing with death, they say, but that hasn't made the last 48 hours any easier. An estimated 12,000 scientists, medical workers, advocates and policymakers are traveling to the 20th International AIDS...
    • Avon Theater Group Dedicates Performance To AIDS Researchers

      Avon Theater Group Dedicates Performance To AIDS Researchers
      AVON — A student production this weekend of the musical, "Rent: School Edition," which chronicles the stuggles of young musicians and artists in New York City, will be dedicated to the memory of the AIDS researchers who died when a Malaysian...
    • U.S. HIV cases dropped 33% over the last decade

      U.S. HIV cases dropped 33% over the last decade
      Cases of diagnosed HIV in United States dropped 33% over the last decade, declining for nearly all demographic groups except young men who have sex with males ages 13 to 24 years, according to health officials. In a research letter published Tuesday...
    • Mears Transportation driver files HIV discrimination lawsuit

      Mears Transportation driver files HIV discrimination lawsuit
      A former driver for Mears Transportation has sued the taxi company for alleged discrimination, claiming he was fired after revealing he was HIV positive. The June 13 lawsuit, filed in Orlando federal court, uses only initials S.G. to identify the...
    • Looking Out: Maryland youth HIV prevention summit scheduled

      Looking Out: Maryland youth HIV prevention summit scheduled
      At the end of 2012, there were 29,477 people in Maryland diagnosed and living with HIV or AIDS. Of those, 1,424 -- or just shy of 5 percent -- were between the ages of 13 and 24, according to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. In an...

    Foley was fearless, former colleagues recall

     Foley was fearless, former colleagues recall
    James Foley was determined to tell the stories of people suffering in war-ravaged countries, and he risked his life to cover conflicts in the Middle East. But Foley, a journalist trained at Northwestern University who willingly went to countries beset...

    Family, friends of James Foley say war zones called to the journalist

    Shortly after James Foley was released from 44 days of captivity in Libya, the American journalist returned to Boston to work at GlobalPost, the start-up website that had published much of his work from the Middle East. But it soon became clear that...

    NCAA takes a major hit as federal judge rules in athlete amateur case

    A federal judge here dealt a major blow Friday to the NCAA and its long-held value of amateurism, ruling in an antitrust case that the association's policies banning athletes from profiting from their own names, images and likenesses "unreasonably...