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Cross-border trading will slow down this year as global economies deal with a rash of aftershocks from the European debt crisis, natural disasters in Japan and Thailand, fluctuating exchange rates, the Arab Spring protests and more, the WTO said Thursday....
Decades ago, Woody Guthrie wrote the sparse lyrics for a song he never got around to recording, “New Multitudes,” a plea to future generations to stay the course: “Give me my new multitudes/Gonna build my world over/Gotta have new...
Clout StreetFormer White House chief of staff William Daley today offered his prescription for fixing a politically polarized Washington: imposing congressional term limits, doubling House terms to four years and ending archaic Senate rules. The brother of former...
Former White House chief of staff William Daley on Wednesday offered his prescription for fixing a politically polarized Washington: imposing congressional term limits, doubling House terms to four years and ending archaic Senate rules. The brother of...
Macy Bokhari felt anonymous at the University of Maryland, College Park, and disconnected from the professors to whom she looked for inspiration. So before her first semester was up, she adjusted her sights to another state university, up the...
Tags: Technology, India, Science, Teaching and Learning, Research
White House issues new protections for military families, veterans targeted by diploma mills WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration wants to trademark the term “GI Bill” in an effort to shield veterans and military families being...
This was the year of Casey. And like it or not, Orlando was the host city. There may have been stories of greater societal significance in 2011 — the tsunami in Japan, the Arab Spring protests and the elimination of Osama bin Laden come to mind ...
Tags: Lawyers, Television, Media Industry, Judges, Prosecution
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - More than 200 protesters gathered on Saturday in New York's Zuccotti Park to mark the six-month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement and clashed with police, resulting in several arrests and three officers injured, officials...
Tags: Activism, Protest, Injuries and Wounds, Health, Politics
Nostalgia rules as ‘The Artist,’ ‘Hugo’ dominate safe, predictable Academy Awards LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nostalgia ruled at the Oscars, with the classic film homages “The Artist” and “Hugo” dominating...
World NowEvery day on World Now we choose a striking photo from around the globe. Today we chose this shot from Bahrain, where tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets of Manama to protest for reform. There were lots of remarkable photographs, but...
Off The MarkleyAmong the many casualties of the disastrous Iraq war was that it has made us much more skeptical of intervening in foreign countries to stop what amounts to mass murder. However, as the situation in Syria continues to spin out of control, it seems...
World NowThis is a Greek protest, but instead of throwing stones, these protesters read poems. Every day on WorldNow, we choose a striking photo from around the world. Today we spotted this shot at a poetry protest in Athens, where people danced on stilts and...
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