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  • Bush in China: No drugs in baseball

     
    by Mark Silva It was only fitting, since President Bush had gone to China to promote sports and not politics, but did plenty of talking about international politics while he was there, that Bob Costas, emcee of NBC Sports'coverage of......
  • George W. Bush scoring some sweet Olympic tickets

     
    Click below for a transcript of Bob Costas' interview with President Bush during Sunday night's Olympic telecast.......
  • Bush: Guess Hu's coming to dinner

     
    by Mark Silva and updated If the perimeter is a little tight around the White House tonight, for the pre-summit dinner of world leaders on the eve of an international economic summit in Washington, this list of attendees for the......
  • Bush doesn't admit Iraq's angry soles

     
    A man beats with a shoe a mock poster of US President George W. Bush with a "War criminal" written in Arabic during a protest in Najaf, Iraq, Monday, Dec. 15, 2008. (AP Photo/Alaa al-Marjani) by Frank James On......
  • Obama tells China's president that global trade imbalances must be fixed

    President Barack Obama on Friday opened his relationship with Chinese President Hu Jintao, promising cooperation in a phone call that broadly covered sensitive trade issues, the global financial crisis and the North Korean nuclear threat. Both leaders...
  • West's Tibet 'bias' galls many in China

    It wasn't supposed to be this way. When China seven years ago won the right to hold this summer's Olympics, the nation erupted in joy, confident it would finally receive the accolades it deserved as an emerging global power after a century of isolation...
  • Cuba Hits Landmark: 2 Millionth Tourist

    The tourists keep coming despite the American trade embargo, the high prices, the vicious storms. Take Stan, a 57-year-old engineer from Clearwater who was sipping a mojito cocktail at the old Hotel Nacional. He offered the barman a dollar for his copy...
  • How China Sits With Tiananmen 20 Years Later

    How China Sits With Tiananmen 20 Years Later
    Spring always brings new blossoms, but 20 years ago, spring brought to China an unprecedented flowering. In hundreds of cities, citizens took to the streets in peaceful protests to demand freedom, government accountability and an end to corruption --...
  • World watch

    China Ethnic violence between Muslim Uighurs and Han Chinese in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang region in far western China, led to more than 150 deaths, brought paramilitary troops out to restore order, and saw mosques closed and a curfew imposed....
  • L.A. all over again

    L.A. all over again
    WITH A SIZZLING economy growing 9% a year or more but facing limits on domestic energy, China has no choice but to seek more oil from foreign sources. Yet Americans were surprised when a Chinese company emerged as a serious contender to buy Unocal Corp....
  • Hussein Rejects Ultimatum; U.S. Hones Its Plans for War

    War ticked ever closer Tuesday as Saddam Hussein appeared on television in uniform and rejected with contempt President Bush's ultimatum to relinquish power and flee Iraq by tonight. Instead, his foreign minister suggested that Bush and British Prime...