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The effects of any plausible warming scenario for the coming decades will only be positive and contribute to the flourishing of civilization. They always do.
Given The Washington Times' attention to poverty and development issues, we were surprised to read the editorial "Rearranging the World Bank" (Oct. 14). Owned by 188 member countries, the World Bank works to end poverty and boost prosperity in poor countries with targeted projects in education, health, infrastructure and agriculture, among other areas. We push for economic reforms, open markets, streamlined regulations, good governance and anti-corruption measures. Our efforts to improve conditions in fragile and conflict-affected countries contribute to global, regional and by extension, U.S. security.
Nine countries have already joined host nation Brazil in next year's World Cup and more will secure their places when qualifying resumes across the globe from Friday.
Six of the 14 people arrested in Singapore in what is being called a major breakthrough in the fight against soccer corruption are linked to ongoing European investigations, Interpol said Thursday.
It's not likely to ease Americans' concerns about going to war, but the White House announced Monday that Albania is on board with the Obama administration's plans to punish Syria.
Congress should side with the coalition of the unwilling
Sebastian Vettel silenced doubters with a dominant victory at the Belgian Grand Prix. Still, Fernando Alonso believes he can challenge for the title with eight races left.
Lewis Hamilton goes into Formula One's midseason break with renewed hope. Maybe he still has time to challenge for the title.
The president of Ferrari has criticized Fernando Alonso in a move that could open a rift between the Italian team and the two-time Formula One champion.