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World NowThe White House has expressed its "absolute disgust" over the latest massacre in Syria. Nine Western nations have expelled Syrian diplomats from their territories to underscore their revulsion. Senior United Nations officials have warned both sides in the...
Jorge Montiel fled to his hometown near Pachuca, Mexico, after he was alleged to have raped and murdered a Georgia housewife in October 2010. Federal agents tried to bring the international fugitive to justice, but something stood in the way: the cost....
World NowGreece entered a second week without a government as the leader of a hard-line leftist party, which seeks to tear up the country's international bailout agreements and their related austerity measures, pulled out of talks to form a coalition leadership,...
Re "Residents seek to intervene in city charter lawsuit," March 21: In the article about my and Katrina Foley's intervention in City Clerk Julie Folcik's Mandamus Petition, Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer suggested that I was somehow involved with...
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Donald Payne New Jersey's 1st black congressman Rep. Donald Payne, 77, the first African American congressman elected to represent New Jersey and a former chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, died Tuesday at a hospital in Livingston, N.J. He...
As the 100th anniversary the RMS Titanic disaster approaches, the Costa Concordia grounding is a stark reminder that going to sea remains dangerous. A modern cruise ship sailing a routine route capsized in a matter of minutes in beautiful weather, leaving...
Press ReleaseIndiana University President Michael A. McRobbie announced Thursday the naming of the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis in honor of Indianapolis attorney, banker and civic leader Robert H. McKinney. The school will be known as the Indiana...
Burbank Noon Lions “Children Know Peace” is the theme for the 2011 International Peace Poster contest sponsored by the Burbank Noon Lions club, and on November 16, the club recognized the winners in a ceremony held at the Burbank Central...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelGov. Rick Scott is ending 2011 by naming four new employees to his office. The one of most immediate consequence to the public is Bonnie Hazleeton, who will take over as director of the Office of Open Government next week. She replaces Carolyn Timmann,...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe bio supplied by NBC describes Ashley as "a trilingual straight-A student currently applying to Boston University." The bio listed her career goals as majoring in international relations and working for the United Nations....
World NowBritish Prime Minister David Cameron argued Wednesday while visiting the United States that Syria would not be able to escape the “long reach” of international law. His remarks came on the same day the International Criminal Court handed out...
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