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David and Amy Parnell. They are exposing meth for the fraud that it is.

Marie Curie (1867 – 1934) – Polish / French scientist. Curie was the first women to receive the Nobel Prize and the first person to win the Nobel Prize for two separate categories. Her first award was for research into radioactivity (Physics 1903). Her second Nobel prize was for Chemistry in 1911. A few years later she also helped develop the first X ray machines.

Joan Robinson (1903 - 1983) | British economist Joan Robinson was one of the most famous women economists that the world has ever seen. She started off as a supporter of neoclassical economics, but eventually shifted bases to post-Keynesian economics. Robinson was best known for her knowledge about monetary economics and contributions to economic theory.

Writer Tells Africa What He Couldn’t Tell ‘Mum’

The Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina is one of the most prominent Africans to come out as gay. “I’m extremely optimistic about rapid transformation and change of things in Africa in general,” Mr. Wainaina said. “It’s set off. It cannot stop. It’s going to be turbulent. There’ll be dark bits and there’ll be bright bits, but it’s a speed train.”

Plight of hundreds of Romanian gypsies 'imprisoned' for months in a ghetto so grim the town mayor sealed it off behind a wall

Harsh living: The bitter cold weather is difficult for the residents to endure in their make-shift homes in Baia Mare, Romania.

Our favorite Bounty Hunters, Dog and Beth, strike a pose on the 2013 CMT Music Awards Red Carpet #CMTawards #CMTDogAndBeth

April 11 1951 President Truman fires Douglas McArthur | This Day in Presidential History (Truman Fires MacArthur)

Former California Congressman won a scholarship to study in the US. He studied at the University of Washington in Seattle, but is originally from Budapest, Hungary.