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Iran election may decide war or peace for Middle East

Iran election may decide war or peace for Middle East

More than 42 million Iranians are eligible to vote Friday in the presidential election, and long lines were reported around the country's polling places. Voting has already been extended at least two hours because of heavy turnout.
Hero Stephen Johns foiled Holocaust Museum massacre

Hero Stephen Johns foiled Holocaust Museum massacre

It took until he was 88 years old, but James von Brunn finally got his heart's desire to kill an innocent black man. He still went out a failure when he expressed his terrorist outrage at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on the National Mall in Washington on Wednesday. Heroic guard Stephen T. Johns, 39, a popular, universally respected security professional, stopped him at the cost of his own life and other guards.

Soaring oil prices threaten dollar, U.S. recovery

Global oil prices are continuing their pendulum swing to higher levels, putting more strain on U.S. and global prospects for economic recovery.
Al-Qaida's Ghailani on trial for his life in New York court

Al-Qaida's Ghailani on trial for his life in New York court

One of the most important terror suspects in Guantanamo Bay is coming to America to face trial: Ahmed Ghailani, a "high-value detainee," was moved Tuesday from Guantanamo Bay to New York to face charges in federal court there. He is the first such prisoner taken to the United States.

North Korea plays hardball with Obama over jailed reporters

U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee have been sentenced to 12 years of hard labor after being found guilty of the "grave crime" of illegally crossing into North Korea. Hard labor in the North Korean prison system could easily be tantamount to a death sentence, but it seems at least possible that the increasingly unpredictable regime in Pyongyang may be prepared to let them go in return for major concessions from the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama.
Job losses slow, but economy still getting worse

Job losses slow, but economy still getting worse

The U.S. economy is still losing hundreds of thousands of jobs a month, but the rate of loss is slowing, which isn't much of a silver lining, but it could mean the Bush-Obama Depression is finally starting to bottom out.
Obama vows peace with Islam, war with extremists

Obama vows peace with Islam, war with extremists

U.S. President Barack Obama called for a "new beginning" in his speech Thursday at Cairo University.
Obama faces frustration, traps in Riyadh, Cairo

Obama faces frustration, traps in Riyadh, Cairo

U.S. President Barack Obama flew to Riyadh Wednesday in an effort to advance the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, but Saudi officials have cautioned that his appeals to King Abdallah to make a new gesture to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu may fall on deaf ears.

What doomed Air France Flight 447?

There is no need for any conspiracy theories about the tragic loss of Air France Flight 447 over the Atlantic Ocean Monday, apparently killing all 228 people on board.
The death of General Motors

The death of General Motors

A famous slogan going back more than half a century to the Eisenhower administration proclaims, "What's good for General Motors is good for the country." Those words took on a new meaning Monday with the filing of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection by GM.
Jay Leno gets the last laugh

Jay Leno gets the last laugh

It's the end of an era -- but not really. Friday night, Jay Leno will be saying goodbye to the "Tonight Show" on NBC that he's hosted with reliable hilarity and unfailing good nature for almost exactly 17 years. Except, of course, Leno isn't going away or even leaving NBC. He'll simply be moving 90 minutes down the schedule to host a five-nights-a-week show at 10 p.m.

OPEC oil price push may threaten world recovery

Oil prices are rising -- and OPEC is pleased. But it's not clear whether the rebound comes from a recovering global economy or worries about the future -- or even both.
Obama faces North Korean war threat

Obama faces North Korean war threat

North Korea has threatened war against South Korea and handed U.S. President Barack Obama his first major international security crisis.
Obama picks Sotomayor for Supreme Court

Obama picks Sotomayor for Supreme Court

Federal Judge Sonia Sotomayor can thank a comedian and a former liberal Republican when she is confirmed as the first Hispanic justice to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Threats to U.S. give Memorial Day extra meaning

Threats to U.S. give Memorial Day extra meaning

Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, is the holiday the United States has set aside to honor its war dead. The commemoration dates to the end of the 1861-65 Civil War to honor Union soldiers. After World War I the holiday was made to honor all U.S. personnel killed in wars.
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