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  • Russia's interest in South America should alert the U.S.

    Russia's interest in South America should alert the U.S.
    Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's four-nation jaunt through Latin America, which started at an international summit in Peru on Saturday and finishes in Cuba on Thursday, might be thought of as his badwill tour -- not aimed at Latin America, but a...
  • Prof. Obama's lecture on business to the Business Roundtable

     
    Democrat trying to sell his government reform plans gets a polite response from his business audience....
  • Google wants U.S. to include Internet freedom in trade agreements

     
    Including Internet freedom in new trade agreements is crucial to the flow of international commerce, Google Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Nicole Wong said at a Senate hearing Wednesday. Internet censorship has economic implications that...
  • Theater review: ‘Influence’ at the Skylight Theatre

     
    The third and final play in Shem Bitterman’s war trilogy, “Influence,” a world premiere presented by Katselas Theatre Company at the Skylight, is no “Hurt Locker.” Don’t expect front-line carnage in the play. Bitterman uses the World Bank –...
  • Weekend Talk Shows: Arnold Schwarzenegger 'Meets the Press' on Sunday

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 10 - 16, in PDF format This week's TV Movies TODAY Good Morning America (N) 7 a.m. KABC The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer Failed airliner bombing: Rep. Jane......
  • Haiti earthquake: World Bank to provide aid worth $100 million

     
    The World Bank says it will provide $100 million in emergency aid to Haiti to support recovery and reconstruction work in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck the Caribbean nation. The bank said it was sending experts to work with the...
  • Obama's candid, uh, conversation with House Republicans and how to read it

     
    Democratic president meets, speaks, takes questions and gives back candid replies to probably his harshest Washington critics....
  • A brief Q&A with the U.S. trade representative

     
    Ambassador Ron Kirk, the former mayor of Dallas whom President Obama tapped to be the U.S. trade representative, has solid credentials as a free-trader -- more solid, alas, than the man he works for. While in Southern California to speak to a state...
  • Latin America Digest: Today's one-line news briefs

     
    Mexico City -- Mexican President Felipe Calderon proposed sweeping political reforms Tuesday that would allow reelection of federal lawmakers and some other officials and provide for runoff elections for president if no candidate gained more than half the...
  • What Obama said: His remarks on financial reform

     
    President Obama warned Wall Street against returning to reckless behavior of the past....
  • South Korea stands behind U.S. free-trade pact

    South Korea stands behind U.S. free-trade pact
    South Korea is close to finalizing what officials here call a hard-won free-trade agreement with the European Union that would do away with most tariffs on trade between the two entities. Now Seoul is setting its sights on Washington, trying to rescue an...