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Latest Dominique Strauss-Kahn Items
She's a gutsy, charismatic television journalist who long had more star power than even her political heavyweight husband.
Seduction is for sissies, as every politician knows. A real man must have his rape. This is a design for living not just for politicians, but for professional athletes, movie stars and assorted other celebrities, too.
A bounce back in materials and financial companies erased early losses in the stock market Monday.
The timing couldn't have been worse for the International Monetary Fund, whose chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was ordered jailed without bail Monday in New York on sexual assault charges.
The head of the International Monetary Fund must remain jailed at least until Friday, the day of his next court hearing for attempted rape and other charges, a judge ruled Monday.
New York police say the maid who accuses the head of the International Monetary Fund of sexually assaulting her in his luxury hotel room picked the Frenchman out of a lineup.
PARIS | Allegations of sexual assault in a New York hotel have torn France's presidential race asunder and savaged the reputation of the suave and self-assured Dominique Strauss-Kahn, chief of the International Monetary Fund.
In a world taken up with wars, terrorism, earthquakes, tsunamis, radiation, rising food prices and a possible famine in North Korea, there's a quiet fundamental debate going on.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has sought to defuse criticism of the Fed's $600 billion bond-purchase plan by arguing that it's needed to boost the economy and reduce unemployment. But he warned that the Fed's program can't succeed on its own.