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Oil rig explosion

Oil rig explosion

The Gulf of Mexico drilling rig explosion that started a massive oil leak came about through a "calamitous series" of failures, a U.S. congressman said.
U.S. energy bill

U.S. energy bill

A U.S. Senate measure that a sponsor said will make the United States a "clean-energy leader," mandates a cut in carbon emissions of 17 percent over the next 10 years.

Poppy fungus

A fungal blight could reduce Afghanistan's poppy crop production by one-quarter and affect the amount of opium form the country.

European debt crisis

Portugal is to soon join the European countries instituting austerity measures in the fight against the eurozone debt crisis.
British prime minister

British prime minister

David Cameron has begun putting together a Cabinet as head of the first British coalition government in 70 years.

Chinese school attacks

Seven children and two adults were killed in an attack at a school in China, the fifth assault on schoolchildren in the country in two months.
European debt crisis

European debt crisis

Spain announced spending cuts meant to stave off an economic emergency such as the one that affected Greece.
Karzai in Washington

Karzai in Washington

Afghan President Hamid Karzai is in Washington for a series of high-profile meeting aimed at smoothing relations for the two countries thrown together by war.
Oil rig explosion

Oil rig explosion

With workers still trying to cap a spewing wellhead on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Congress convenes sessions to look into the oil spill's causes.
Pope in Portugal

Pope in Portugal

Pope Benedict XVI traveled to Portugal Tuesday for his for international trip since an abuse scandal flared to include clergy in several European countries.

Iraq attacks

More than 20 people were killed Monday in a series of attacks in Iraq that officials said appear to be coordinated.
Supreme Court

Supreme Court

Elena Kagan, a former Harvard Law School dean and current solicitor general, will be nominated to join the U.S. Supreme Court.

European economy

European officials tried to inoculate other countries from Greece's debt woes with a nearly $1 trillion package to stabilize the continent's economic situation.
Oil rig explosion

Oil rig explosion

Emergency workers looked for additional tactics after they were unable to place a large containment dome over a leaking oil wellhead in the Gulf of Mexico.
British elections

British elections

Britain's Conservative Party claimed the most seats in the nation's next Parliament but not enough to avoid the first "hung" government in 36 years.
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