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NewsdayWatching "Excellent Cadavers" will either put your belief in justice in cold storage or make you glad that lawmen like Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino keep rolling heavy stones up the mountain — even if they die trying. Based on the book of...
Tags: Death, Entertainment, Crimes, Organized Crime, Government
The Swampby Mark Silva How much fun can one have at a G-20 summit? President Barack Obama, by all appearances, would appear to be getting along famously with some of his counterparts. First there was that good meeting with the Russian......
The Swampby Mark Silva If President Barack Obama is looking for respect at the G-20 summit in London this week - and most Americans say they expect he'll get it -- the French president may help him along with a threatened......
The Swampby Mark Silva Former President George W. Bush may be building a presidential library in Dallas, but he won't have to make any room for Dick Cheney's records in the near future. The former vice president, who wants to keep......
L'AQUILA, Italy - More than 90 people have been killed in an earthquake in central Italy and 1,500 were injured, Fox News Channel reported. Premier Silvio Berlusconi and civil protection chief Guido Bertolaso spoke to reporters after reaching the...
Tags: Death, Earthquakes, Family, Microsoft Corporation
Associated PressAssociated Press BRUSSELS—Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on Friday defended his description of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama as "young, handsome and even tanned," and said critics who saw the remark as racist were "imbeciles."...
Tags: Social Issues, Barack Obama, European Union, Racism
Today's topic: Is it even possible to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, let alone completely rid the world of them? Are there some countries that should always maintain nuclear arsenals? Andrew Grotto and Gabriel Schoenfeld finish their debate. America...
Zap2It.comIt's no secret that George Clooney is popular with the ladies, but it appears that he's also earned the respect of his own gender. The Oscar winner tops the list of AskMen.com's inaugural Top 49 Men list, which online readers nominated as the "best...
Wall Street JournalBranding Italy may be harder than you think. This fall, the Italian government will revive plans to create a Web portal aimed at attracting tourists to the nation. Though plenty of visitors flock to Italy's cities, beaches and countryside all year...
AUSTRALIA Due to street violence outside Melbourne bars, Victoria state government has imposed a three-month trial for 2 a.m. "lockouts"—meaning that patrons cannot enter or re-enter a bar after 2 a.m. CYPRUS Water reserves on Cyprus are at...
Critics say that at six billion euros (£5.4bn), the cost of the two-and-a-half mile bridge across the Strait of Messina is far too high and have questioned the wisdom of building such a giant span in a region which is prone to earthquakes. Some...
Tags: Government, Romano Prodi, Italy
Do a Google search for "Nutella," the Italian hazelnut-chocolate spread that comes in a squat jar like peanut butter and is often found right next to it in grocery aisles, and you'll get about 5 million results. Which is about twice what you get when...
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