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  • Boeing's free-market move is going to cost Kansas big-time

     
    Shrinking government isn't a free lunch; it means job losses, and not only in the public sector. Just ask the 2,160 Boeing workers in Kansas who just saw their jobs go away....
  • Republican contenders talk tough on Iran

     
    Most political analysts have long argued that the 2012 presidential election will hinge on the nation's economy and job creation. Then why did Mitt Romney, in his post-Iowa caucuses speech, spotlight another place that begins with the letter "I" --- Iran?...
  • Leon Panetta warns Iran to keep Strait of Hormuz open

     
    Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned Iran on Sunday that any attempt to carry out its threat to choke off the world’s oil supply by closing the Strait of Hormuz would draw a quick U.S. military response....
  • U.S., Israel postpone military exercise amid tension with Iran

     
    The United States and Israel agreed to postpone a large joint military exercise this spring until late in the year to avoid aggravating an already tense regional situation driven by conflicts with Iran, Israeli media reported Sunday....
  • Iran undecided on nuclear warhead, Israeli report says

     
    Iran's regime is fighting for its survival amid unprecedented political and economic pressure caused by international sanctions and internal opposition. But even as the government moves to improve its nuclear capability, it has not yet made the final...
  • Iranians worry about possibility of war amid tensions with West

     
    Iran, United States, Israel, nuclear, Strait of Hormuz: The deepening standoff between Tehran and the West over Iran's nuclear program has Iranians chatting nervously in butcher shops, grocery aisles and money exchanges....
  • Q&A: How global conflict shows up in computer games

     
    Rex Brynen, political science professor at McGill University in Montreal, co-edits a blog on conflict simulation and talks about how computer games reflect global tensions....
  • 'Civic Center slapper' may have struck again, police say

     
    He is known as the "Civic Center Slapper" but Los Angeles police said he also packs quite a punch -- as an unsuspecting attorney reportedly found out last week. The 51-year-old victim, an assistant U.S. attorney who was not identified,......
  • Seal Beach salon where eight were shot to death will re-open

     
    The Seal Beach salon where eight people – customers and workers alike – were shot to death in Orange County’s worst mass killing will reopen for business later this year, the wife of the shop owner says. Sandi Fannin, whose......
  • Smuggling ring accused of using black drivers to avoid detection

     
    In the calculus of cross-border human smuggling, Maria Lopez-Diaz allegedly concluded that black instead of brown equals green. The 60-year-old Compton woman, prosecutors say, tried to cash in on racial profiling by operating a human smuggling ring that...
  • Worn tubes found San Onofre nuclear facility after leak

     
    Federal officials said extensive wear was founding in tubing at a unit at San Onofre nuclear facility that has been shut off for maintenance....