September, 2008

‘Palestine must be returned to Arabs’

Iranian protesters attend an anti-Israel rally to commemorate the day of “al-Quds”, the Arabic name for Jerusalem, in Teheran, Friday. Photo: AP With… 5

Iran’s U.N. speech “blatant anti-Semitism”: Germany

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Germany’s foreign minister on Friday blasted the Iranian president’s speech at the U.N. General Assembly as “blatant anti-Semitism” and… 0

Citigroup to buy Wachovia banking operations

Citigroup will buy Wachovia’s banking operations; FDIC says Wachovia didn’t fail ITD Editor Note: The way of secular humanism is for the strong… 1

33 Pastors Flout Tax Law With Political Sermons

CROWN POINT, Ind., Sept. 28 — Defying a federal law that prohibits U.S. clergy from endorsing political candidates from the pulpit, an evangelical… 6

Wall Street Executives Made $3 Billion Before Crisis

Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) — Wall Street’s five biggest firms paid more than $3 billion in the last five years to their top executives,… 2

US Congress passes 25 bln loan guarantees to automakers

The US Senate Saturday approved 25 billion dollars in loan guarantees for the financially strapped US auto industry, intended to spark a wave… 0

UCLA Mathematicians Discover Large Prime Number

Los Angeles, CA (AHN) – Mathematicians at the University of California Los Angeles claim that they have found a 13-million-digit prime number long… 1

Deal reached on financial markets bailout

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congressional leaders and the Bush administration reached a tentative deal early Sunday on a landmark bailout of imperiled financial markets… 2

Mint suspends sale of 24-karat gold coins

The U.S. Mint is temporarily halting sales of its popular American Buffalo 24-karat gold coins because it can’t keep up with soaring demand…. 0

Russia offers Chavez nuclear help amid US tensions

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was to meet Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev on Friday after Russia risked Washington’s wrath by offering the fierce US… 0

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