1. The Economist - World News, Politics, Economics, Business

    How dead is dead?How dead is dead?Sometimes, those who have died seem more alive than those who have not(18). The Stars and Stripes may change the outcomes of elections(24). The human
  2. Ars Technica
    Posted in: Law & Disorder. Stephens Media, the Las Vegas-based media chain, is fighting to keep its latest business model alive: copyright-trolling. After standing on the sidelines while
  3. Atlanta News, Sports, Atlanta Weather, Business News | ajc.com
    Besse Cooper, who will be 115 years old on Aug. 26, 2011, is the oldest person alive. This photograph was taken in her room at a nursing home Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011, in Monroe, Ga.
  4. Alive most commonly refers to Life. It may also refer to:. Publications. Alive: The Story of the Andes Survivors, a 1974 book by Piers Paul Read which documented the 1972 crash of Uruguayan Air
  5. takes to be a Titan? Revel in carnage like never before in this PvP-intensive, DotA -inspired game. Leave no one alive as you reign down complete destruction upon your foes!Beta Sign UpVideo.
  6. 5: Carol Goll. Carol Goll is keeping the old-school celebrity endorsement deal alive, with a new-media twist.As head of global branded entertainment for Hollywood talent agency International
  7. Alive! may refer to:. Alive! (Grant Green album), a 1970 album by jazz guitarist Grant Green. Alive! (Kiss album), an album by the band Kiss. Alive! Tour, a concert tour by the band Kiss. Alive!
  8. WEIRD NEWS > Man Proposes With Video Game: Cool or Too Bizarre? It looks like romance is still alive -- for the gaming community, at least.
  9. America's Most Transformed Neighborhoods. Chrysler Is Alive; That's A Start. Alternatives for Hard-to-Find Cars.
  10. Copyright Office: Registration, Law & Policy. Resources & Programs. American Folklife Center. Keeping culture, art & song alive. Center for the Book.