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1948 Olympic athletes reunite after 64 years

Aging Olympians reunited 64 years after China and Britain played a basketball game at the 1948 London Games. I reached the peak of my own life at the Olympics. I realized my dream at the 1948 games,” one said.... Read more»1

Comic: Olympics

Taking a dive

Think it’s easy being plucked from the bosom of your family at age six and trained to be a gold-medal winning Olympic diver? Think again.... Read more»

Investigating leading GOP money man Sheldon Adelson

In just a few years, the chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands created a gambling empire in Macau, China, that made him one of the world’s richest men. Now, top Republican donor’s business methods are under scrutiny by federal and Nevada investigators.... Read more»

China threatens Ai Weiwei with bigamy, pornography charges

Ai Weiwei has been threatened with bigamy and pornography charges by Chinese officials, who have barred him from travel despite the expiration of his one-year bail condition.... Read more»

Asian immigrant wave surpasses Hispanics

Asians have surpassed Hispanics as the largest wave of new arrivals to the United States, according to Pew Research.... Read more»

G-20 summit

Mexico invited to join trade pact talk

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced Monday that Mexico has officially been invited to enter into discussions over an emerging free-trade pact after being left out of the initial dialogue.... Read more»

G-20 summit

Getting the G-20 behind effective global trade rules

If G-20 leaders are serious about playing a constructive role in promoting trade openness and avoiding protectionism, then they must strengthen the ability of the World Trade Organization to act as a steward of global trading rules more effectively.... Read more»


Obama and the economy: 3 things to watch

Economics is an up and down game. So, too, is politics. But as President Barack Obama has been reminded in recent weeks, the two are inextricably linked. And right now for the White House, the direction on both is decidedly down.... Read more»

Report: Immigration policies hurting U.S. economy

America’s immigration system has caused “self-inflicted economic wounds,” allowing other countries to outpace the United States by recruiting American-educated expatriates back to their native countries.... Read more»

Why Obama's Iran strategy is the best way forward

Even though halting Iran’s nuclear weapon ambitions is an urgent priority, there is time for a disciplined approach and a serious and determined effort to resolve the situation diplomatically.... Read more»

Former U.S. nuclear chief proposes cutting arsenal by 80%

A former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is urging that the existing American nuclear arsenal of 5000 warheads be cut by 80 percent, in an effort meant to be matched by similar reductions in the Russian arsenal.... Read more»

U.S. to slap huge tariffs on Chinese solar panels

The U.S. Department of Commerce said Friday that it will seek to slap tariffs ranging from 31 percent to 250 percent on solar panels imported from China.... Read more»

Mexican firm's bankruptcy case has cross-border impact

Investors and financial analysts have their eyes on a bankruptcy case, pending in a Dallas courtroom, that they say could systematically shift how American firms do business with Mexican companies.... Read more»

Comic: China

Lookin' for love

Who is Chen Guangcheng? Just another blind Chinese dissident lawyer ... lookin’ for love.... Read more»


Stimulus money for jobs overseas?

An ad from the conservative Americans for Prosperity distorts the truth about stimulus money for “green jobs” going overseas. The ad, titled “Wasteful Spending,” introduces some new wrinkles to this well-used line of attack.... Read more»

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