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  • White House Christmas tree -- or is it 'Holiday' tree? -- arrives

     
    A 2-year-old rumor that the White House will take the "Christmas" out of "Christmas tree" has surfaced again. And it's just as untrue now as it ever was....
  • Egypt's military rulers targeted by biggest protest yet

     
    Egypt protests: Protests continue against Egypt's beleaguered military rulers as they grant a newly appointed interim government leader increased powers....
  • Pakistan appoints new U.S. ambassador

     
    New Pakistani ambassador to the U.S.: Pakistani Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gilani on Wednesday appointed lawmaker Sherry Rehman as the new ambassador in the United States, replacing a diplomat who resigned amid allegations that he tried to enlist...
  • Anti-sharia laws in the South

     
    David Waters writes for the Washington Post's On Faith blog about two Southern states that have passed legislation against Islamic law: The legendary football rivaly between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Tennessee Volunteers began with a 6-6 tie on the...
  • Norway gunman Anders Behring Breivik declared insane, may avoid prison

     
    Anders Behring Breivik, the man behind the Norway massacre in July, is declared insane. The psychiatric evaluation means that Anders Behring Breivik could be confined to a mental hospital instead of sentenced to prison for the bomb and shooting attacks in...
  • Afghan security leaders visit Camp Pendleton, see familiar sights

     
    Five high-ranking officers of the Afghan security forces finished a three-day visit to Southern California on Saturday after observing military training and civilian law enforcement operations in the U.S....
  • Egypt's young Facebook revolutionaries fail to inspire voters

     
    Facebook revolutions and Egyptian election: Official results in Egypt's first round of parliamentary elections show that the young revolutionaries who plugged into social media to ignite a revolution that brought down Hosni Mubarak failed to excite voters...
  • Amnesty International: 'New wave of repression' in Saudi Arabia

     
    A new report by Amnesty International says hundreds have been arrested in a "new wave of repression" on demonstrators in Saudi Arabia. Protests are banned in Saudi Arabia....
  • Blasts kill nearly two dozen Shiite pilgrims in Iraq

     
    Attacks on Shiite Muslim pilgrims in Iraq: Nearly two dozen Iraqis were killed and more than 75 wounded Monday in at least seven attacks on pilgrims headed to or from the Shiite holy city of Karbala in southern Iraq....
  • Forever 21 expands in China with support from L.A. mayor

     
    Clothing retailer Forever 21 holds a signing ceremony attended by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to open a store in Beijing....
  • Tension rises in Congo as election results delayed

     
    Tension rises in Congo with violence expected and election results delayed: Election results in the Democratic Republic of Congo will be delayed 48 hours, state television announced late Tuesday, fueling tension in a controversial election that many...