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  • IRAN: Secret nuclear plant broke transparency law, says IAEA chief

     
    The head of the United Nations nuclear enforcement agency said Wednesday that Iran violated transparency laws when it failed to notify international inspectors it was building a second uranium-enrichment plant. "Iran was supposed to inform us on the day...
  • Air Force refueling tankers: Pay no attention to taxpayers

     
    For the sake of taxpayers and its own armed forces, members of Congress would do well to adjust to the global marketplace and avoid skewing the Air Force tanker competition....
  • IRAN: World powers ponder draft nuclear resolution as ElBaradei pleads with Tehran [Corrected]

     
    Late-breaking developments today in the international standoff over Iran's nuclear program: The Times has obtained a draft United Nations nuclear watchdog agency resolution scolding Iran for its nuclear research program. [Corrected, Nov. 28: An earlier...
  • Haiti earthquake: World Bank to provide aid worth $100 million

     
    The World Bank says it will provide $100 million in emergency aid to Haiti to support recovery and reconstruction work in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck the Caribbean nation. The bank said it was sending experts to work with the...
  • Theater review: ‘Influence’ at the Skylight Theatre

     
    The third and final play in Shem Bitterman’s war trilogy, “Influence,” a world premiere presented by Katselas Theatre Company at the Skylight, is no “Hurt Locker.” Don’t expect front-line carnage in the play. Bitterman uses the World Bank –...
  • SYRIA: Renewed U.S. sanctions highlight confused Washington-Damascus ties

     
    When President Obama announced the renewal of sanctions against Syria earlier this week, he accused it of posing an "extraordinary threat" to American security and interests, leading many to question whether the White House is abandoning its policy of...
  • Gold tops $1,400 amid new debate over tying currencies to the metal

     
    Gold’s surge continued Monday, with the metal topping $1,400 an ounce for the first time after the head of the World Bank raised the idea of pegging currency values to gold -- a return, on some level, to the old......
  • California economy still world's eighth-largest, despite recession

     
    We're No. 8! Eighth-largest economy in the world, that is. Despite the worst recession in 60 years and one out of eight workers out of a job, California, if it were its own country, would still be in eighth place......
  • Financial Institutions Open With Tightened Security

    Financial markets rebounded today from morning losses in the wake of a heightened terrorist alert that left many of the nation's most prominent financial institutions — including the New York Stock Exchange in Manhattan and the International...
  • Enrique's Journey | Chapter Four: Notes About Sources

    Statue of Christ: written from interviews with Enrique and from Nazario's observation of other immigrants on a train passing the same statue. Information about religious items, Bible readings and how immigrants show their faith is from immigrants Marco...
  • Crackdown Leaves China Isolated on World Scene

    WASHINGTON -- In the decade after Chinese leader Deng Xiao-ping came to power in 1979, he broke down the isolation in which China found itself under Mao Tse-tung and set the world's most populous nation on a steady course of ever-growing involvement in...