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  • Will BP's Washington Connections Help It Now?

    Will BP's Washington Connections Help It Now?
    With millions of dollars invested in campaign donations and an all-star lobbying team, BP executives could give an advanced class in how to build influence in Washington. But with millions of gallons of leaking oil bearing down Gulf Coast beaches and...
  • World leaders gear up for G-20 and G-8 summits in Canada

    World leaders gear up for G-20 and G-8 summits in Canada
    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been harshly criticized at home for the nearly $1-billion price tag of hosting overlapping summits of world leaders in Ontario this weekend. Most of the money has been spent on the security measures deemed...
  • Obama's uphill climb at the G-20 summit

    Obama's uphill climb at the G-20 summit
    The last time Barack Obama went to Europe, he was cheered by 200,000 rapturous Germans. This week, he faces a tougher audience. Back then, before the economic crisis hit, Obama was the embodiment of Europe's hopes for America, a candidate who promised...
  • G-20 fashion smackdown: Obama vs. Brown vs. Bruni-Sarkozy

    G-20 fashion smackdown: Obama vs. Brown vs. Bruni-Sarkozy
  • More on Obama in Europe and Iraq

  • Michelle Obama steals the show with fashion

    Changing into an elegant black-and-white Isabel Toledo dress from springy J.Crew pieces Wednesday in London, first lady Michelle Obama showcased her versatility and officially became one of the fab four of the political fashion world in the modern era--...
  • Stimulus left them cold at the G-20 summit

    Stimulus left them cold at the G-20 summit
    This week, President Obama found out how much harder it is to sell economic stimulus packages in Europe than it is in Washington. Obama went to the Group of 20 summit in London hoping to persuade leaders of the world's biggest economies to boost...
  • G forces

    G forces
    GM and the G-20 dominated the editorial cartoon-versation this week, and not all of it was gee-whiz G-rated. Mike Lester's Barack brake-chucker broke me up. Steve Kelley kicked the tires, then tirelessly kicked the government's showroom-floor confidence...
  • Talking to Turkey, but Islam is listening

    Talking to Turkey, but Islam is listening
    "They say we are at war with Islam. This is the whispered line of the extremist who has nothing to offer in this battle of ideas but blame. ... We are not at war with Islam. But too often since 9/11, the extremists have defined us. ... When I am...
  • Ex-Treasury Chief Robert Rubin Speaks On Financial Crisis At Yale

    Nationalizing U.S. banks might not make sense unless the federal personnel hired to run them could be paid well and shielded from political pressure in Washington, former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin said Tuesday. "Who is going to run them?" Rubin...
  • South Korea stands behind U.S. free-trade pact

    South Korea stands behind U.S. free-trade pact
    South Korea is close to finalizing what officials here call a hard-won free-trade agreement with the European Union that would do away with most tariffs on trade between the two entities. Now Seoul is setting its sights on Washington, trying to rescue an...