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A shortage of auto parts and other components after Japan's earthquake has stirred unease about two pillars of manufacturing: the country's role as a crucial link in the global supply chain and "just in time" production.
Two weeks in with the iPad 2 from Apple Inc., and I'm still quite happy. And you, if you didn't order early, might be out of luck still, since delays are reportedly still with us. (Earlier this week, some 500 Radio Shack stores, reportedly, got some to sell.)
Fears that Japan might start dumping some of its vast holdings of U.S. Treasury bonds to pay for earthquake reconstruction have eased in financial markets.
Recent radiation readings outside the exclusion zone around Japan's nuclear disaster show radiation substantially higher than levels at which the U.N.'s nuclear agency would recommend evacuations, agency officials said Wednesday.
Republicans may have the right message when it comes to the urgent need to slash federal outlays, but it's not enough. With so much of the treasury being swallowed by ever-expanding entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare, there is no way slimming the discretionary budget alone can get us to the point of solvency. That's why the lack of attention to pro-growth policies in Washington's current budgetary scuffle has been disappointing.
There's still a month to go until the royal wedding, but some Britons are already asking: Is it over yet?
Republicans should stop "holding hostage" a beneficial free-trade agreement with South Korea they are using as a bargaining tool to pass other trade deals with Colombia and Panama, a top House Democrat said Tuesday.
Colorado Rockies first baseman Jason Giambi and his brother testified Tuesday that Barry Bonds' personal trainer supplied them with performance-enhancing drugs.
Colorado Rockies first baseman Jason Giambi says Barry Bonds' personal trainer first sent him steroids at the end of 2002.