January, 2009

Leaders of Turkey and Israel Clash at Davos Panel

Laurent Gillieron/Keystone, via Associated Press Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, left, and President Shimon Peres of Israel on Thursday at a… 0

Exxon Mobil shatters US record for annual profit

Exxon Mobil Corp. on Friday reported a profit of $45.2 billion for 2008, breaking its own record for a U.S. company, even as… 0

Mayor Bloomberg’s grim doomsday budget cuts 23,000 city jobs

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Unions condemn delegates on crisis

Unions condemn delegates on crisis

U.S. GDP Shrank 3.8% Last Quarter, Most Since 1982

The U.S. economy shrank the most since 1982 in the fourth quarter of last year as consumer spending recorded the worst slide in… 0

The Inerrancy Of God’s Word Conference

Lovers of the Truth “Then they that feared the LORD spake often one to another: and the LORD hearkened, and heard it, and… 2

With Al Due Respect, We’re Doomed

Al Gore questioned at hearing: ‘How long are we going to be around as a species?’… The lawmakers gazed in awe at the… 10

Jobless rolls hit record peak, orders plummet

Jobless rolls jumped to a record peak in mid-January, while new orders for durable goods fell for a fifth straight month in December,… 1

New bank bailout could cost up to $2 trillion: report

Government officials seeking to revamp the financial bailout have discussed spending another $1 trillion to $2 trillion to help restore banks to health,… 6

Israel’s chief rabbinate severs Vatican ties

JERUSALEM (AP) – Israel’s chief rabbinate severed ties with the Vatican on Wednesday to protest a papal decision to reinstate a bishop who… 2

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