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  • Hybrid showdown: 2010 Toyota Prius vs. 2010 Honda Insight

    Among the handful of people who might actually enjoy seeing gasoline return to $4 a gallon, let's include marketing managers for the 2010 Honda Insight and 2010 Toyota Prius, a pair of all-new hybrids set to do battle this spring. They'll be successful...
  • 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...
  • Melo out

    Carmelo Anthony - and his fans - have been here before. "Here" is where the Denver Nuggets star and Baltimore hometown hero found himself yesterday, which was breathing a sigh of relief that he had tip-toed through another legal minefield without...
  • Obama's bailout for the despots

    It's President Obama's worst bailout so far. He's going to rescue the U.N. Human Rights Council. Now admittedly, the council wasn't on the verge of going out of business. Heck, if there were a nuclear war, the pinstriped thugs of the United Nations'...
  • Coaches say U.Va. not a tough sell

    Though Ritchie McKay knows his professional life will always be a challenge as long as he's recruiting men's basketball players against programs like Duke and North Carolina, he doesn't believe it could possibly be as difficult as his time at Portland...
  • Obama's Kentucky fly-by

     
    by Rick Pearson LOUISVILLE -- "It's been awhile since I've been to Louisville," Sen. Barack Obama said Monday night in his opening remarks to several thousand people at a rally at the Kentucky International Convention center. Indeed, it was only......
  • Israel: Serenity, violence and sadness

     
    by Mark Silva JERUSALEM -- Even as President Bush meets with Israeli leaders in Jerusalem, pressing for progress in peace talks with the Palestinians, Israeli TV is consumed with images of the newest rocket attack from the Gaza Strip. This......
  • Ron Paul's dark side on Burma?

     
    By Andrew Malcolm Rep. Ron Paul of Texas is proud of what he sees as his truly conservative credentials. He's for smaller government, much smaller. He's for foreign trade but not foreign military involvement. He wants to spend that money......
  • Obama fires back on 'appeasement'

     
    by Naftali Bendavid Barack Obama just fired back hard at President Bush's comments before the Israeli Knesset Thursday in which he attacked those who wanted to negotiate with "terrorist and radicals," comparing them to appeasers who did not recognize........
  • Commish Burt Aaronson looks to life beyond Clinton, but can he sell Obama to Century Village?

     
    Hillary Clinton might have told the Associated Press she's willing to take her fading campaign to the nominating convention, but her top Palm Beach County supporter seems to be resigning himself to the gathering consensus that she won't win. Before......
  • Food, Fuel, Famine

     
    by Stephen J. Hedges U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer, who travels to a world food security conference in Rome next week, laid out the Bush administration's strategy today for meeting the current worldwide crisis of rising food costs and shortages......