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A TV reality show producer charged with his wife's killing in Mexico will remain jailed in California after losing a bid to have his case dismissed.
The Cancun, Mexico, climate summit had barely begun when the topic du jour became how much "climate debt" the developed world "owes" developing countries for emitting carbon dioxide. The developed world stands accused of causing "imminent global climate disruption," or whatever the politically correct term is this week. The facts are quite different.
Colombian authorities said they recovered 20 bodies — including those of two children — after a landslide in a poor Medellin suburb and that more than 100 people were missing and feared dead.
South Korea's top trade official on Sunday defended a hard-fought compromise with the United States to salvage a stalled free-trade agreement, rejecting accusations that his government gave up too much to seal the deal.
Intelligence officials say foreign fighters have been slipping back into Iraq in larger numbers and may have been behind some of the most devastating attacks this year, reviving a threat that the U.S. military thought had been almost eradicated.
Workers at warehouses just feet from the U.S-Mexico border would come and go at odd hours. Few, if any, knew what their trucks carried.
With his engine failing, the pilot of a single-engine plane managed to maneuver the craft and three passengers to a safe splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday.
President Obama on Saturday praised a newly sealed trade deal with South Korea as a landmark agreement that promises to boost the domestic auto industry and support tens of thousands of American jobs.
The United Nations' climate-change confab in Cancun, Mexico, is its latest attempt to browbeat the West into forking over cash to the Third World. As many developed economies teeter on the brink of bankruptcy, the world body wants those same countries to transfer hundreds of billions of dollars to poorer nations to mitigate purported global warming, a highly contentious and unproved theory. "Robin Hood does Cancun" has a certain theatrical ring to it, but stealing from Peter to pay Paul is counterproductive in real life.