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Latest Cuba Items
Intolerant governments across the globe are "slowly crushing" activist and advocacy groups that play an essential role in the development of democracy, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Saturday.
A former top executive of American International Group, Inc. has acknowledged that his division more than tripled the amount of risky investments it insured in the three years leading up to the 2008 financial meltdown.
A Nuclear Regulatory Commission legal panel put a proposal for a national nuclear waste dump in Nevada back on track Tuesday, ruling that the federal Department of Energy can't withdraw its application without hearings and a final NRC decision.
North and South Korea are facing their gravest crisis since the end of the Korean War as South Korea threatens to retaliate against North Korea for sinking one of its warships. Forty-six sailors died in the torpedo attack by a North Korean submarine.
Many of Cuba's foreign business partners still have money stuck in state-run banks and do not know when they will get it, 18 months after the accounts were frozen by the cash-strapped Cuban government.
The top House Democrat says her chamber won't vote on Senate legislation to reverse a cut in Medicare payments to doctors.
A Hong Kong publisher said Sunday he has scrapped plans to publish an insider account of Beijing's decision-making behind its 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy student protesters in Tiananmen Square because of copyright problems.
A Republican no longer, Gov. Charlie Crist just can't seem to get enough of President Obama or Democratic priorities.
A recent article on China's attitude toward the North Korean sinking of a South Korean warship is emblematic of the confusion of our so-called wise men ("Admiral irked by China's response to North Korea," National Security, Thursday).