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  • Mexico, France in diplomatic flap over convicted kidnapper

     
    Mexico and France have had a sharp-worded exchange in recent days over the kidnapping conviction of a French national in Mexico City. The dispute is escalating into a serious diplomatic row, as each country summoned the other's ambassador and the...
  • America is not broke: a must-read explainer

     
    This is very good. Pass it around. Bonds Show Why Boehner Saying We’re Broke Is Figure of Speech By David J. Lynch – Mar 6, 2011 10:00 PM ET Mon Mar 07 03:00:39 GMT 2011     House Speaker John Boehner. Photographer: Ron Sachs/Pool via...
  • Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard: 'There is a reason the world always looks to America'

     
    Full text: The Labor leader hits all the right notes and bases in a rare address to a joint session of Congress....
  • Marcellus Shale Coalition Staffs Up.

     
    The Influential Gas Industry ... ... pressure group has added some bodies -- and just in time for this fall's wrangling over an impact fee for drillers. The new players are: Amber Benzon, Director, Government Affairs. She'll be based in......
  • Friday's TV Talk Shows

     
    Friday's TV Talk Shows...
  • Russian and Chinese firms most likely to bribe overseas

     
    Transparency International's Bribe Payers' Index: A new survey by the anti-corruption group Transparency International finds that companies from Russia, followed by China, are the most likely to engage in bribery when doing business aboard....
  • G20 summit begins with scramble to salvage Greek bailout deal

     
    The Group of 20 leaders of the world’s major economies converged here Wednesday amid economic and political chaos over Greece’s debt crisis, forcing a typically choreographed gathering to proceed without a script as European leaders...
  • 'The Conquest's' Nicolas Sarkozy: Are politicians the new movie stars?

     
    After watching the screwball comedy antics of the candidates running for the Republican presidential nomination, I’m beginning to believe there isn’t much difference between a campaign debate and a Hollywood press junket. To hear political...
  • Gold jumps as European Central Bank cuts interest rates

     
    Gold broke out to a seven-week high Thursday after the European Central Bank surprised markets by cutting interest rates....
  • U.S., China reluctant to help Europe bail out of debt crisis

     
    U.S., China won't bailout Europe: The U.S. and China announced Thursday that they aren't willing to pour money into a European bailout fund that it is hoped would provide the financial solution to Europe’s debt crisis....
  • China advances space program with successful docking in orbit

     
    China docked the Shenzhou 8 spacecraft with another module already in orbit, advancing the nation's ambitions to launch a space station by 2022....