Tuesday, Oct 14 12 p.m. (ET)

Baltimore’s WiMax Adventure

Baltimore has officially flipped the switch on a public high-speed Internet project based on WiMax technology -- a wireless framework some people describe as Wi-Fi's "big sister." This makes the Charm City the first in the country to offer...

Tuesday, Oct 14 12:24 p.m. (ET)

The YouTube Election

Cheap video cameras and speedy broadband connections are fueling the explosive growth of Internet sites like YouTube.com and Hulu.com. And the videos to be found there are profoundly influencing political discourse, with both politicians...

Tuesday, Oct 14 1 p.m. (ET)

History Behind the Headlines: World Bank and IMF

The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund were born in the aftermath of World War II, when leaders from around the world met in New Hampshire at the Bretton Woods Conference. As the international community stares down a growing...

Tuesday, Oct 14 1:36 p.m. (ET)

Public Health and Art

Sultry women in the shadows. Skeletons peering up from under water. Rats scampering across the landscape. They're the foreboding images emblazoned on public health posters over the last century. In a pre-television, pre-Internet era, they...

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