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The first experimental drug that fights both conventional and drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis is advancing to late-stage clinical testing, researchers said on Wednesday, raising hope for a new way to stem the growing threat of drug-resistant TB.
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"I couldn't agree more: Vaccines are one of the cheapest ways to save lives," Bill Gates tweeted Tuesday along with a graphic provided by UNICEF .
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Alexander Friedman, global chief investment officer of UBS Wealth Management and UBS Wealth Management Americas, will present the Stump Entrepreneurship Lecture at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Bruno Great Hall at Birmingham Southern College.
11 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Persistent Work , by Seattle-based architectural photographer Abby Inpanbutr, celebrates an authentic piece of Pacific Northwest history.
Gone are the days of sanitation languishing in the shadows while other basic human needs take the spotlight.
GeekWire's Tricia Duryee now reports that inBloom, which was backed by $100 million from The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and others, is closing up shop after parents worried that its database technology was violating their children's privacy .
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is taking his message of a more inclusive Republican Party to Chicago, where he promoted school choice for poor families and planned to meet students at University of Chicago.
A senior at Pascagoula High School has become the school's fourth recipient, in recent years, of a Gates Millennium scholarship.
Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
Seattle is home to some of the leaders in vaccine research and distribution, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which has spent millions bringing vaccinations to the developing world.
The non-profit corporation inBloom which sought to create a national repository of student data will shut down, following concerns raised by parents, school boards and elected officials over privacy and commercializing student information.
The head of a student data processing organization says it will shut down in the coming months following criticism that led to the recent loss of its last client - New York state.
When Jeb Bush recently defended Common Core, of which he is a major advocate, the right once again exploded, claiming that it would be his downfall .
Sylvia Mathews Burwell is eminently qualified to take over for Kathleen Sebelius as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Service.
Donald Hense is founder and CEO of Friendship Public Charter School, which operates six campuses serving K-12 students in Southeast and Northeast D.C. Photo/www.friendshipschools.org Recently I was excited to recognize 82 young scholars from Friendship Collegiate Academy.
When we strip away the rhetoric and the emotions surrounding Common Core, there are facts that are inescapable.