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  • April 11 Buzz: Losers emerge as personal finance goes awry

     
    Most viewed and shared: Roth IRAs: A real "fiscal Frankenstein" "It's time to retire Roth IRAs," writes Gerald E. Scorse. There's no tax break on contributions. But from that point on, taxes simply vanish. As long as the account is......
  • Obama's ultimate deficit reduction speech: 5,187 words and not one of them was 'entitlements'

     
    Full text of Obama's deficit reduction speech....
  • Is Reggie Bush on his way out of New Orleans?

     
    Is Reggie Bush on his way out of The Big Easy? Well, it might look that way based on what he posted on his Twitter account Thursday after the team drafted running back Mark Ingram: "It's been fun New Orleans."......
  • SYRIA: Britain, France and Germany pursue EU sanctions against regime

     
    Britain is working with European allies to impose limited sanctions on Syrian leaders in response to the ongoing government suppression of pro-democracy protesters, Foreign Secretary William Hague told Parliament on Tuesday. “We are now working with...
  • Jay Carney's newest warning to Syria on violence

     
    Jay Carney statement on Syria, as provided by Jay Carney We strongly condemn and deplore the Syrian government’s use of violence and mass arrests in response to ongoing demonstrations. We again salute the courage of Syrian protestors for insisting...
  • SYRIA: Clinton condemns Syrian crackdown on protesters

     
    U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton issued a statement late Friday while traveling in Rome, condemning the Syrian government's crackdown on protesters who took to the streets as part of the ongoing uprising against the regime of President...
  • Ron Paul: Who cares that he's seeking the Republican nomination?

     
    Texas Rep. Ron Paul announced his presidential bid Friday morning. He ran in 1988 and 2008. Will the third time be a charm? Libertarians hope so. But while Paul certainly has a devoted fan base, in the big picture, will......
  • Casey chairs hearing on Iranian democracy

     
    In the wake of democratic uprising in Libya, Yemen and other Arab nations, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey chaired a hearing Wednesday to ensure focus on human rights violations in Iran is not lost. In his opening statement, Casey said the......
  • CalPERS divesting from companies operating in Iran, Sudan

     
    The country's largest public pension fund is selling all its stock in companies that continue to operate in Iran and Sudan. The California Public Employees' Retirement System announced Monday that it is fully complying with state divestment laws passed...
  • SYRIA: Four reported dead; president to start meeting with opposition

     
    Hundreds fled across the Syrian border into Lebanon and three people were killed by military snipers in the western border town of Talkalakh Saturday, activists said, as embattled President Bashar Assad reportedly began arranging talks with opposition...
  • YEMEN: Opposition figure says government agrees to transition of power

     
    Yemen's president and opposition leaders have agreed to sign a Gulf-brokered deal for a transition of power, with slight modifications, after intervention from U.S. and European diplomats, an opposition official told Reuters on Wednesday. Al Arabiya...