At the present time, I would still propose that a pandemic is imminent because we are seeing the disease spreadWHO: Highest alert level is likely May 02, 2009
Our experience in Herat confirmed that while we are doing many things correctly, in the interests of the Afghan people and our mission here, we still have improvements to make in our processes, and we will do soAnalysis: Afghan civilian toll hurts U.S. Feb 23, 2009
We expressed our deepest condolences to the survivors of the non-combatants who were killed during this operationAfghan civilian deaths investigated Feb 21, 2009
It would have been the most significant chunk of Tarbosaurus in North America. It's sort of the one that got awayPoachers find thriving market for fossils Nov 30, 2008
The emerging nations of the world need solid IP protection to assure long-term economic growth. ... Filmmakers, recording artists, software engineers, pharmaceutical researchers, and other creators and innovators can not thrive in economies where they are constantly being pirated. Fortunately, we now see countries like India, Jordan, Nigeria, Brazil and Botswana starting to take a closer look at how proper management of creativity and innovation can positively impact their economiesSanctions won't stop China violating IP Apr 19, 2006
Michael Ryan is a comic book artist, famously known for being attached solely to Marvel Comics. In 2004, Marvel Comics signed a 3-year contract with an eager Ryan, whose first work was New X-Men: Academy X with Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir. Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada would later say "Michael shouldn't be so humble about his art. Marvel recognized his talent, as have the fans, and it rocks. We don't want him anywhere else but here!".
Ryan later became publicly known for his brief tenure on the Marvel Comics' award-winning series, Runaways along with writer Joss Whedon. He is currently drawing X-Men: Manifest Destiny. He also briefly drew the Mystique mini-series, as well as the New Excalibur series with writer Frank Tieri.
Ryan has illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.