able of supporting a wide variety of operations, including combat missions, peace support operations, disaster relief, humanitarian assistance and non-combat evacuation," said a .
to 375,000 or below to signal a sustained drop in the unemployment rate. The Federal Reserve Wednesday predicted the unemployment rate to keep at 9.0 percent to 9.1 percent in 20.SEE PORTFOLIO
alf a million to a million people in the state without electricity. The death toll in storm-hit U.S. south has passed 200, authorities said. A state of emergency was declared in t.READ MORE
ngs will be conducted for everyone who arrived on board the ship, and the government "will not hesitate to strengthen the laws" on human smuggling to discourage further ships from.READ MORE
Spokesman Robert Gibbs said Tuesday that time and patience is running out for Iran, warning there would be "consequences" if Tehran goes on to develop its uranium enrichment capa.READ MORE
cerning the nature of the destroyed building," said IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano, adding that Syria has yet to provide a "satisfactory explanation" for the origin and prese.READ MORE
trillion dollars to 2.7 trillion dollars, according to the report from Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies. The report not only covered direct costs of po.READ MORE
the number of unemployed Americans remained at 15 million. "While we have come a long way, we have still got a way to go," Obama said. Both the Federal Reserve and Obama administr.READ MORE
ped through a train at Park Kultury, leaving another 14 dead. In a written statement earlier Monday, Obama condemned the attacks, saying the United States stands united with Russi.READ MORE
ate August with high wind, torrential rains, tidal waves and flooding, causing massive destruction to roads and houses while leaving 7 million customers without power. LOS ANGELS,.
akers, a plenary session will be held on Tuesday, with the participation of representatives of Brazil's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of the three United Nations conventions re.
d idea and the commitment to see it through," the president said, "And we should all expect you to hold us accountable for our progress or our failure to deliver." Crossing the pa .
e taxes on anyone," he said. No. 2 Democrat Senator Dick Durbin, also appearing on the show, however, said the focus should be on the middle class. "We should not be worried about .