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Obama to Nominate Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State

Sun, 30 Nov 2008 04:57:34 -0800
President-elect Barack Obama plans to nominate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton as his secretary of state tomorrow, transforming a once-bitter political rivalry into a high-level strategic and diplomatic partnership.

Marriage: It's Not Just For The "Sexy" States Anymore

Sun, 30 Nov 2008 15:48:15 -0800
I'm still adjusting to life outside of a "sexy" state. I grew up in the electoral wet dream of Florida. That state is such a tease for progressives. It's always just around the corner for change, with an influx of new yorkers, new generation of cubans and booming urban bastions. I was also raised in the Empire State, a land often assumed to be more progressive than it actually is, but nevertheless a blue wonderland in comparison to others. It's electoral votes, though diminishing, is still not

Chidambaram Replaces Patil; NSA To Continue

Sun, 30 Nov 2008 07:07:36 -0800
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday asked M K Narayanan to continue as National Security Advisor. The NSA had earlier in the day offered to resign in the wake of Mumbai terror attacks. Dr Singh, however, accepted Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil’s resignation and replaced him with Finance Minister P Chidambaram.

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Electric Vehicles: Fantasy or Reality?

Sat, 29 Nov 2008 07:59:49 -0800
Get ready to pull the plug: Tesla is done. Well, almost. While the fledgling electrocar specialists haven’t hung a “gone fishing” sign on the front door just yet, it might be just a matter of time. That isn’t changing anytime soon, regardless of how much money company founder and newly appointed CEO Elon Musk can scare up for his pet project.

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Report: gay/bisexual men bear brunt of aids in mass. ... (Yahoo Gay News / QueensSpeech Gay News)

Sun, 30 Nov 2008 14:58:04 -0800
Gay and bisexual men in Massachusetts continue to be the hardest hit by the AIDS epidemic according to a new report by the state Department of Public Health, which recommends the state step up its fight against the disease including a greater availability of free condoms.