April, 2010

Greece Cut to Junk at S&P as Contagion Spreads

Greece’s credit rating was cut three steps to junk by Standard and Poor’s, the first time a euro member has lost its investment… 0

U.S. messages to Syria may not be getting through

BASHAR AL-ASSAD is proving to be an embarrassment for the Obama administration. In pursuit of President Obama’s policy of “engagement” with U.S. adversaries,… 1

Agreement means more flights between US and Israel

WASHINGTON – A deal announced Friday will mean more airline flights between the U.S. and Israel, with airlines able to pick routes and… 0

Iran strikes secret nuclear mining deal with Zimbabwe’s Mugabe regime

Iran has struck a secret deal with Zimbabwe to mine its untapped uranium reserves in a move to secure raw material for its… 0

Obama seeks to ‘reconnect…young people, African-Americans, Latinos, and women’ for 2010

The Democratic National Committee this morning released this clip of the president rallying the troops, if rather coolly, for 2010. Obama’s express goal:… 0

World War III Has Already Begun

Some experts believe that World War III will start 100 years after the first one and will take lives of hundreds of millions… 1

Standoff Over Ship Escalates in Koreas

SEOUL—South Korea’s top military official said Sunday that a torpedo likely exploded under the South Korean patrol boat that sank a month ago… 0

Chomsky Warns of Rise of the Far Right in the U.S.

Recent research from the New York Times / CBS News poll revealed that 18% of Americans identify themselves as supporters of the Tea… 1

Grassley Slams GM, Administration Over Loans Repaid With Bailout Money

A top Senate Republican on Thursday accused the administration of misleading taxpayers about General Motors’ loan repayment, saying the struggling auto giant was… 0

Clinton defends outreach to Syria despite Scud row

The United States defended its policy of engagement with Syria on Thursday despite its concerns that Damascus might be trying to transfer Scud… 0

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