President Barack Obama is being hailed by the Jewish lobby for his nomination of current vice-Chairwoman Dr. Janet Yellen, 67, as the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve, country’s central bank. She is being credited with being “the first woman to hold that position”, after “approval from the...
This seems odd, does she know this is her last change or something?
Published on 18 Dec 2012
The Queen wears Tory blue historic visit sit Cabinet meeting ministers whip round buy placemats.
The Queen meets the Cabinet during historic Downing Street visit.
The Queen will today arrived to...
Toronto police have arrested a 38-year-old man and charged him in connection with last weekend's slaying of a woman in a Jarvis Street apartment.
Joanne Mitchell, 60, was found dead at an apartment at 460 Jarvis Street near Wellesley Avenue at around 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
An autopsy that was...
01-15-2011 06:55 AM
'Butcher Steven Bateman spotted two bull sharks swimming near his Goodna shop yesterday - one of several reports of a sharks in Goodna's main street.
Ipswich local councillor Paul Tully confirmed it was a bizarre but true story out of Queensland's flood disaster. "It would...
Toronto recorded its first homicide of 2011 with the stabbing death of a man after an early-morning knife fight on New Year's Day.
A second man is in hospital with serious injuries. The altercation took place near Portland Street. and Queen Street. West around 2:30 a.m.
Police are searching...
November 19, 2009
Catherine Austin Fitts is the former managing director and member of the board of directors of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Co. and commissioner to the Department of Housing and Urban Development in the first Bush Administration. She talks about the...
October 16, 2009
Amidst the economic wreckage, after 7 million job losses and approaching 2 million home foreclosures in the US alone, with businesses and consumers around the world still struggling to get finance after the long credit crunch, Wall Street is...
The bow of a Muckleshoot canoe, blessed
with eagle feather and sprig of yellow cedar,
is launched into a bay. A girl watches
her mother fry venison slabs in a skillet—
drops of blood sizzle, evaporate. Because
a neighbor feeds them, they eat wordlessly;
the silence breaks when she occasionally...
Baghdad has new security layer: street gates
May 23rd, 2009 in Breaking News
Baghdad has new security layer: street gates.
BAGHDAD (AP) - Even as the Iraqis are removing some of the concrete blast walls that divide Baghdad, authorities have quietly installed about 100 metal gates near a major...