June, 2009

Franken Wins Minnesota Senate Seat; Coleman Concedes

Democrat Al Franken won Minnesota’s disputed U.S. Senate seat as a loss at the state Supreme Court prompted Republican Norm Coleman to concede… 4

Housing in Peril as Obama Fails to Get Breakthrough

Driving through Riverside, California, Bruce Norris pointed to a half-dozen empty houses with “For Sale” signs stuck in untended lawns that he said… 0

Court won’t hear Sept. 11 claims vs. Saudi Arabia

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has refused to allow victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to pursue lawsuits against Saudi Arabia and four… 0

Virginians oppose ‘terrorist’ school expansion

Foes file complaint after county sponsors dinner for Saudi academy

Deficit forces California to issue IOUs

California is preparing to issue IOUs to its creditors this week as it grapples with an unprecedented cash crunch and prepares to begin… 1

Obama’s Warm LGBT Reception

Despite skepticism among the gay community and a wary sense that President Obama might not have the courage to deliver on his campaign… 6

Syria threatens to take back Golan by force

Syrian officials threatened on Saturday to take back the Golan Heights by force if a peace agreement involving the return of the strategic… 1

Iran election: Tehran backs Hizbollah operations around world

Iran’s harsh condemnation of Western meddling in its election has triggered an alert over a new wave of international terrorism after the regime… 0

Honduras Defends Its Democracy

Fidel Castro and Hillary Clinton object.

Chavez threatens military action over Honduras coup

CARACAS – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Sunday put troops on alert after a coup in Honduras and said he would respond militarily… 0

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