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A radiation monitor in California has detected a trace of radioactive material from the stricken nuclear power plant in Japan, the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization said Friday, but an Environmental Protection Agency spokesman said it has found...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterWhile discounting the latest reports of Osama bin Laden's nuclear capability, weapons experts warn that the United States is doing far too little to safeguard bombmaking materials around the world, heightening the risk of a nuclear terrorist attack...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Inventories, Osama bin Laden, Russia, Defense
LARRY KING, CNN ANCHOR: Thank you very much. Good evening, everybody, from this beautiful university, the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, before a wonderful crowd of folks. There are four Democratic candidates, myself and two questioners...
Tags: Boeing Co., Iowa, Death Penalty, Minority Groups, State Budgets
The world's 7 billionth person will be born into a population more aware than ever of the challenges of sustaining life on a crowded planet but no closer to a consensus about what to do about it. To some demographers the milestone foreshadows turbulent...
Washington BureauA spokesman for Hillary Clinton swiftly and emphatically denied a report Thursday that the secretary of state was considering stepping down to seek the World Bank presidency in 2012. Reuters cited three unnamed sources in its report that Clinton was open...
The U.S. and the European Union averted a trade war Tuesday by agreeing to talks aimed at cutting government subsidies to Chicago-based Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS. The negotiations mean that, at least for now, the two sides will not pursue their claims of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterANNE WILLAN is shopping at the Santa Monica Farmers' Market when out of the blue an attractive young woman comes up to introduce herself. "I met you at a Les Dames [d'Escoffier] dinner," she says earnestly. "I just wanted to say how glad I am that you...
Web ReporterThe World Trade Organization has delivered a preliminary ruling on whether Boeing received billions in backdoor government subsidies, and Airbus is pleased with the verdict. The confidential ruling was sent to U.S. and EU officials on Wednesday. While it...
Staff reporterAt every University of Hartford graduation, there is usually an international flair about them. Seniors representing several different countries often often have a place in the graduating class. The class of 2009, however, had perhaps the greatest...
WASHINGTON, DC-- The World Bank agreed Sunday to help developing countries strengthen their economies, bolster their financial systems and protect the poor against the financial turmoil in international markets. Robert Zoellick, the bank's president,...
Sun National StaffWith United Nations sanctions lifted, Iraq is poised to resume exporting crude by mid-June and start using its oil wealth - it has the world's second-largest reserves - to bankroll an equitable, democratic society. Or so American policy-makers hope....
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