Baby food shortage in Europe due to China demand Yong-Hee Kim still can't believe that in a prosperous country like Germany, powdered baby formula would ever be rationed and that she would have to scour shops in the German capital to find the right brand for her 13-month-old son. More
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It’s Up To The World: Pay For The Global Goals Or Buy Everyone A ... - New England Public Radio ... a $3.3 billion pledge from the United States, $3 billion ... and $1 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ... about more aid and ... 09/29/2015 - 5:49 am | View Link
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Bill and Melinda Gates Pledge $10 billion DAVOS, Switzerland — The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will donate $10 billion over the next decade to research ... called the Gates contribution unprecedented and urged governments and private donors to add to the initiative. "An additional two ... 09/8/2015 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Bill Gates, UK Take Lead in $7.5 Billion Pledge for Children's Vaccines International donors ... billion on Tuesday to immunise 300 million children in poor countries against deadly diseases such as diarrhoea and pneumonia. At a Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) conference in Berlin, Microsoft founder Bill ... 01/27/2015 - 11:00 am | View Link
Bill Gates dismisses criticism of high prices for vaccines Criticising the cost of vaccines could lead to pharmaceutical companies withdrawing research funding, warns Gates, as donors pledge $7.5bn for immunisations ... Gavi says that half a billion children have been immunised through its suport in the 15 years ... 01/27/2015 - 3:30 am | View Link
Bill Gates: $4 billion vaccine pledge historic LONDON – Donors promised to give a global vaccines body more than $4 billion to help it protect millions of children ... diarrhea and pneumonia as children in rich countries," said Bill Gates, co-chair of the Gates Foundation, in a statement. 06/14/2011 - 12:57 am | View Link
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There's a scene in "Truth," James Vanderbilt's crisp, absorbing new film about the doomed 2004 CBS story on then-president George W. Bush and his National Guard service, where execs are doing something utterly mundane.
Between sports and fluffy specials, there aren't many dates available for the potentially explosive "60 Minutes II" story.
Credit goes to Vanderbilt (who also penned the script) and his cast —Blanchett, Robert Redford, and Stacy Keach especially — for making a cracklingly entertaining newsroom film about an endlessly thorny story, to say the least.
The film is based on one point of view: that of Mapes, who lost her job in the fallout and on whose own book the script is based.
 with the exception of one eleventh-hour speech highly critical of Viacom, CBS's parent company, the film largely avoids temptation to be too preachy.
 the film is a fascinating look at investigative broadcast journalism and how it intersected with election-year politics in one relentlessly slippery case.
"Questions help reporters get to the truth," Mapes tells her young son.
Truth," a Sony Pictures Classics release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America "for language and a brief nude photo.
Hayden Panettiere is entering treatment for postpartum depression.
A spokeswoman for the actress says in a statement that the "Nashville" star is voluntarily seeking professional help at a treatment center while battling postpartum depression. She asked that the media respect her privacy during this time.
Panettiere gave birth to her daughter in December.
A mayoral spokesman says Tuesday that attendees were largely invited by local community groups.
The Democrat who took office last January will appear in the upper Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights Wednesday evening.
Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino remains defiant that his program will survive the allegations in a book by an escort claiming that former Cardinals staffer Andre McGee hired her and other dancers to strip and have sex with recruits and players.
The coach told a packed room at a tipoff luncheon that he understands the motivation behind Katina Powell's book Breaking Cardinal Rules:
Last Tuesday, campus police chief Wayne Hall announced that his department is working with Louisville Metro Police and the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office to review the allegations for possible criminal charges.
Separate investigations by Louisville's athletic department and the NCAA were launched immediately after the school was notified about the book's allegations in late August.
Seven people have sued Mississippi's capital city, saying its municipal court illegally jailed them because they couldn't pay court fines.
The federal lawsuit against Jackson, spearheaded by two nonprofit legal groups, is a prong in a nationwide fight over how poor people should be treated by the criminal justice system.
All accuse court systems of ignoring U.