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This week, the President honored the resurgence of the American auto industry, challenged governors to invest in education, held a dinner honoring Iraq War Veterans, hosted the Prime Minister of Denmark and urged Congress to end subsidies for oil and gas companies during a trip to New Hampshire. This post was submitted by […]
Uranium enrichment, weapons testing and long-range missile launches to be stopped in return for US food as part of deal. North Korea has agreed to stop nuclear tests, uranium enrichment and long-range missile launches and to allow nuclear inspectors to visit its Yongbyon nuclear complex to verify the moratorium has been enforced. The announcement, made […]
A German waitress felt a little nervous about bringing a tray of beer to the table where German Chancellor Angela Merkel was sitting. So the waitress asked her colleague, Martin, to serve Merkel’s table instead. Martin, 21, held the tray of beer with his left hand while serving Merkel with his right hand. But he […]
How Chinese media and netizens are reacting to Jeremy Lin’s devout Christianity. For many Chinese, the story of US basketball player Jeremy Lin is inspirational not only because of his miraculous rise as a star player with the New York Knicks, but also because of his devout faith in Christianity. Although the details of Lin’s […]
OnÂ February 21, 2012Â theÂ President and First LadyÂ invited a groupÂ of bluesÂ legendsÂ to performÂ in the East Room as part of theÂ ”In Performance at the White House” series produced by PBS. The musicians included Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck and BB King, and the night was a celebration of what President Obama called, “music with humble beginnings — roots in slavery […]
At the 2012 Academy Awards each celebrity came out looking her personal best. “Gwyneth Paltrow was elegant, Meryl Streep’s look said ‘I’m a movie star,’ and Viola Davis was powerful and majestic,” says InStyle Fashion Director Hal Rubenstein. Each woman dressed the way we want to see them and their confidence really shined through. The […]
After 200 years at the bottom of the sea, $500m worth of imperial Spanish coins reaches Madrid A haul of gold and silver coins salvaged from a sunken Spanish galleon has finallyÂ arrived in Spain after five years of legal ownership wrangles. The Nuestra Senora de las Mercedes, a 49-gun navy frigate, set sail from the […]
Ever since Sept. 11, the New York Police Department has been aggressively gathering intelligence to help prevent another terrorist attack. Now, those tactics are provoking new controversy in New Jersey after The Associated Press publishedÂ a confidential, 60-page NYPD reportÂ from 2007 containing detailed information on dozens of mosques and Muslim-owned businesses in nearby Newark. Local officials […]
We ask if the punishment really fits the crime in a justice system riddled with corruption and incompetence. Indonesia prides itself on being a democratic nation, but critics say that its justice system does not reflect the country’s progress. Riddled with corruption and incompetent investigative procedures, trials and sentences are often deemed unfair. Wealthy or […]
President Barack Obama apologized on Thursday for the burning of copies of the Koran on a U.S. base inÂ AfghanistanÂ as the White House sought to quell spiraling furor among Afghans while also staving off Republican criticism at home. In a letter to Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Obama apologized over the incident in which Afghan workers found […]
Bolivia’s coca farmers make a living criss-crossing deep valleys on a web of makeshift cables high above forest canopy. In Bolivia’s jungles and steep cliffs the Yungas people do not walk. They fly. On ropes. Like birds. Faster than astronauts. These ‘birds’ are known as cocaleros, or coca harvesters. They use ropes to swing across […]
Rio de Janeiro – Carnival revelers descended on Rio de Janeiro, flocking to hundreds of block parties and cramming into designated areas to watch elaborate parades from dusk until dawn. Pounding drums and fireworks explosions announced the start of each samba school that parades down the emblematic strip, flanked by stands with seating for 80,000 […]
Fourteen-year-old is already studying towards a maths degree at university in California. Almost every parent believes their child is special, but the parents of Californian teenager Moshe Kai Cavalin have more reason than most to think so. Moshe started taking college courses aged eight, and is now, aged 14, on a full scholarship studying mathematics […]
After Katrina, photographer Christopher Porche West took pains to recover a suit. A very special suit,Â as reportedÂ by theÂ Times-Picayune. Beaded from head to toe, the now-legendary “Geronimo suit” took 9th Ward resident Carl Merricks four years to create. And it might have languished in a trash bag forever had Porche West not rescued it. That suit […]