April, 2011

Update: Chronicle responds after Obama Administration punishes reporter for using multimedia, then claims they didn’t

Update: In a pants-on-fire moment, the White House press office today denied anyone there had issued threats to remove Carla Marinucci and possibly… 1

Syria Sends More Tanks, Troops Into Southern City

Despite the rising death toll from weeks of unrest, people across Syria continue to protest the government of President Bashar al-Assad. See events… 0

UN chief welcomes Palestinian deal

Despite Israeli efforts for denunciation of Hamas-Fatah reconciliation agreement, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the unity deal.

Gov’t officials skeptical about Hamas-Fatah agreemen

Barak says unity deal unlikely to reach its potential; Peres calls on Palestinians to “unite, but unite for peace.”

Times Square Church Founder David Wilkerson Dies in Accident

(Photo: Teen Challenge/The Christian Post) David Wilkerson, founder of Times Square Church in Manhattan, N.Y., died in a car accident in East Texas… 5

Poll: Most Egyptians favor annulling peace with Israel

Photo by: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El-Ghany Only 36% would maintain treaty, while 82% of Egyptians view US unfavorably; Tantawi is most popular man in… 0

White House releases Obama’s birth certificate

President Obama released his original birth certificate Wednesday, saying the controversy surrounding the issue had become a “sideshow.”

From stockpiling to living off the grid, more Colo. residents preparing for disasters

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Four families in Yoder are building a sand bunker and stockpiling ammunition and weapons

Euro strikes 16-month high against dollar

The euro struck a 16-month high against the dollar and the Swiss franc notched a record high versus the US unit Tuesday amid… 0

Dollar Slides Near 2˝-Year Lows

NEW YORK—Traders pushed the dollar to near 2˝-year lows, emboldened by growing expectations that the Federal Reserve will give no indication of when… 0

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