December 31, 2011   For many years, opponents of biotech agriculture have kept on accusing regulators of working really close with large biotech firms whenever they are in the process of deregulating genetically engineered (GE) crops. Today however, their worst… Read more...
December 31, 2011   The United States and China, two of the largest consumers of fuel in the world, are hoping that answers to limiting the emissions that contribute to global warming may be found in the past, considering that… Read more...
December 30, 2011   The City of Los Angeles yesterday filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the ballot initiative of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation or AHF. If passed, the initiative would compel local officials to implement compulsory condom regulations… Read more...
December 10, 2011   The governor of Alabama on Friday said that he is considering rewriting some of the provisions in the illegal immigration law of the state next year. While Republican Gov. Robert Bentley said that the toughest-in-the-country law… Read more...

Where is Print in 2012?

On 12-29-2011, In News, by Blake

Those who have a stake in promoting electronic media – cable companies, computer manufacturers, online booksellers, etc. – are quick to proclaim that print is dead. But a closer examination of trends and paper usage suggests just the opposite: As… Read more...
December 29, 2011   A new rule proposed by the Obama administration Friday seeks to end the practice of classifying some endangered species differently in various states. This new policy would make clear that an animal or a plant could… Read more...