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Over lunch several years ago, as chaos descended on the Middle East, a retired CIA operations officer sadly mused about the diminished role of the United States in the region.
Many had written off Ariel Sharon after his ill-fated 1982 invasion of Lebanon and a government commission's finding that he was indirectly responsible for the massacre of hundreds of Palestinians at the Sabra and Chatilla refugee camps outside Beirut.
A powerful explosion believed to be caused by a car bomb ripped through a police headquarters in a Nile Delta city north of Cairo early on Tuesday, killing 12 people and wounding more than 100, leaving scores buried under the rubble.
A huge explosion believed to have stemmed from a car bomb has rocked the headquarters for security in a southern Sinai suburb, killing at least three and injuring nearly 50, Egyptian authorities said on Monday.
In the 1980s, the buzzwords for achieving results by executives were "management by walking around." Nobody exemplified that trait better than Lee Iacocca, chairman of Chrysler Corp., who brought the company out of bankruptcy.
Republican lawmakers are split over whether the U.S. should cut off aid to Egypt amid spiraling violence.
Summer always means more pain at the gasoline pump. When the weather warms families hit the road on vacations and Economics 101 does the rest. The price of a gallon of gasoline goes up.
Everybody talks about education, the politicians loudest of all until they get bored with the subject, but the education — and the miseducation — of our children continues as the concern dearest to the hearts of parents.
Encouraging news about the U.S. jobs market trumped rising oil prices and worrying developments in Europe's simmering debt crisis on Wednesday.