Archive for: May 18th, 2012


China Focus: Why Chinese Are Shocked by Gary Locke’s “Public Assets”

On today’s China Focus, we talk to China Political Analyst Dr. Li Tianxiao and China Analyst Matt Gnaizda about why Chinese netizens were shocked at how Gary Locke’s assets are public, and whether Chinese Communist Party officials will ever publicly discl

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‘Let’s do this’: Brave student OKs amputations- Georgia landscaper fights flesh-eating bacteria


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Oregon bans Native American mascots in schools- Child’s MLK tribute causes controversy


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Jury ends first day of deliberations in Edwards case without verdict


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‘Bring on Bayern’, says Lampard

Chelsea captain Frank Lampard is relishing the task of leading his team into the Champions League final against Bayern Munich.

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‘Bring on Bayern,’ says Lampard

Chelsea captain Frank Lampard is relishing the task of leading his team into the Champions League final against Bayern Munich.

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Senator Fears Law May OK Seizing Musicians’ Guitars

Sen. Lamar Alexander says Congress may need to ‘fix’ law protecting exotic woods or risk confiscations


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House Ignores Obama, Approves Defense Bill

House backs defense spending bill that adds $8B to military’s budget, ignoring White House veto threat

  • Top US Officials Say No Apology to Pakistan
  • PHOTOS: Military Tech in Action

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    Path to US Fuel Security? Look North

    Crews are tapping a huge oil sands deposit in Canada, but getting it to Gulf refineries may depend on Keystone pipeline project, which was put in limbo when the Obama administration blocked a permit application.

  • VIDEO: Environmentalists Voice Concern

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    UN slaps sanctions on Guinea-Bissau

    Security Council imposes a travel ban on five leaders of last month’s coup, demanding the return to constitutional rule.

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