iPhone allowed to sell in Iran (but not to Iranian govt)
The U.S. Treasury Department has issued a go for American businesses to export certain hardware, software and services to Iran. This includes the iPhone. However, the Iranian government has not been invited to the party.
Existing organ donation rules may kill Sarah Murnaghan
Sarah Murnighan, a 10-year old girl from Newtown Square, Pennsylvania has only two weeks or less to live if she cannot get a lung transplant soon.
Blood donation should not be free, give incentives: Economists
A new study by economists concluded that incentives may help drive blood donation up.
Anti-Monsanto voice growing louder: Is Obama listening?
Citizens in 47 U.S. states and people from other cities across the globe are protesting against Monsanto and the Farmer Assurance Provision.
OAS Wants To Go Soft On Drug Users, U.S. May Resist
The Organization of American States (OAS) has released a report that looks into the possible legalization and decriminalization of illegal drugs.
Senate Vote On Internet Sales Tax Looms As Debate Over Bill Grows Louder
The Senate may vote on Internet sales tax legislation this week, causing supporters and opponents to debate the bill's merits.
Online Sales Tax: Supporters, Critics Gear Up For Possible Senate Vote
The Senate could vote on implementing an Internet sales tax as soon as next week. Critics and supporters debate the Marketplace Fairness Act inside.