Now that Ecuador has said it will give WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange asylum as he seeks to avoid being extradited from Great Britain to Sweden by hiding out in Ecuador's London embassy, news outlets are looking at the complicated legal issues involved in cases such as his.
Here are some things we've found fascinating in the coverage:
Leaders of Public Media serving Representative Charlie Dent's district, together with local champions, met with the Congressman to discuss the community services they provide, and the future of federal funding that enables these services.
Left to right on the photo: Jamie Musselman, Charles Marcon, Rep. Charlie Dent, Kathleen Pavelko (WITF), Roger LaMay (WXPN), Bill Marrazzo (WHYY), Tim Fallon (WLVT), Bill Dautremont-Smith (WDIY).
Originally published on Thu August 16, 2012 1:46 pm
"You've got a bad case of deconditioning," the doctor says.
Actually, it would be the rare doctor who would say that to anyone. And though it might sound like something to do with hair, in fact, deconditioning is a familiar and more profound problem: the decidedly unnatural state of being physically inactive.