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We recently marked the 65th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. While those who support such seminal actions often cite casualty avoidance, the casualties extrapolated from the losses at Okinawa could vastly understate the number of people who actually would have died had the United States not acted when it did ("Remembering a great and terrible day," Commentary, Friday).
Stocks and interest rates fell sharply Wednesday as more bad news chipped away at investors' view of the economy.
Stocks and interest rates tumbled Wednesday as investors around the world took a bleaker view of the U.S. economy.
Disaster drama "Aftershock" has set the all-time domestic box office record for a Chinese film with 532 million yuan ($79 million) in ticket sales, its distributors say.
The World Health Organization acknowledged Tuesday that the swine flu pandemic is finally over, long after many national authorities started canceling vaccine orders and shutting down telephone hot lines as the disease ebbed from the headlines.
An Arkansas doctor accused of seeking revenge on a state medical board that repeatedly disciplined him was found guilty Monday of masterminding a homemade bomb attack that disfigured and partially blinded the board's chairman.
Shares of chipmakers Intel Corp., Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Nvidia Corp. dropped Tuesday as analysts said demand for computers looks shaky heading into the all-important back-to-school season.
North Korea fired about 110 rounds of artillery Monday near its disputed sea border with South Korea, the South's military said, amid high tension over the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship blamed on North Korea.
China is getting a piece of Hollywood. Actually, make that hundreds of pieces.