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  • NATO To Provide 5,000 More Troops in Afghanistan

    NATO To Provide 5,000 More Troops in Afghanistan
    BRUSSELS -- European and other U.S. allies will contribute more than 5,000 new troops to the international force in Afghanistan, NATO's chief said Wednesday, declaring that the war is not America's alone. Still, aside from Poland, the pledges came in...
  • Obama: Healthcare 'ticking time bomb'

     
    by John McCormick and Bruce Japsen President Barack Obama today is calling the cost of health care a "ticking time-bomb" that threatens to slow the nation's economic recovery. "We are spending over $2 trillion a year on health care --......
  • Obama and Medvedev: Russian revival?

     
    by Mark Silva It may not be the "reset button'' that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented her Russian counterpart earlier this year - a symbol of the need to start over again in relations between the United States and......
  • Michael Sheen's next real-life character: John Lennon?

     
    Michael Sheen has been making the rounds promoting "The Damned United," a wonderful portrait of Brian Clough, the legendary (and legendarily obnoxious) 1960s British soccer coach who managed to turn a series of underdogs into winning teams, alienating...
  • Tying up the week's loose ends -- broken noses, antigens and more

     
    Context may be everything when it comes to news coverage, but sometimes, the health and medical specifics are fascinating on their own. Just this week for instance, you might have asked yourself the following questions... - What should I do......
  • Italy to build the world's largest suspension bridge

    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...
  • Disturbed Man Attacks Italian Prime Minister

    Disturbed Man Attacks Italian Prime Minister
    The embattled Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi, was struck in the face by a mentally disturbed man Sunday at a campaign rally in Milan. According to authorities, the 73 year-old Berlusconi will stay in a hospital overnight for observation after...
  • Man Arrested Trying To Enter Berlusconi's Hospital Room

    Man Arrested Trying To Enter Berlusconi's Hospital Room
    ROME -- A young man with mental problems managed on Wednesday to reach the hospital floor where Premier Silvio Berlusconi was recovering from an attack, and police were questioning him, authorities said. A Milan anti-terrorism police official said the...
  • Berlusconi Attack Underscores Sharply Divided Italy

    Berlusconi Attack Underscores Sharply Divided Italy
    The weekend assault on Silvio Berlusconi has highlighted how deeply polarizing a figure the Italian prime minister is, as friends and foes dug in even more firmly Monday to their respective positions on his leadership. Critics declared that, although...
  • Obama Pushes Health Care Reform At AMA Conference

    Obama Pushes Health Care Reform At AMA Conference
    (WGN-AM)- President Barack Obama called the cost of health care a "ticking time-bomb" that threatens to slow the nation's economic recovery as he pushed a massive reform plan during an appearance in Chicago before the nation's largest doctors group....
  • Obama: Healthcare Costs Are A 'Ticking Time Bomb'

    Obama: Healthcare Costs Are A 'Ticking Time Bomb'
    President Barack Obama called the cost of health care a "ticking time-bomb" that threatens to slow the nation's economic recovery as he pushed a massive reform plan during an appearance today in Chicago before the nation's largest doctors group. "We...
  • 13 Killed, 50 Burned When Freight Train Derails

    13 Killed, 50 Burned When Freight Train Derails
    VIAREGGIO, Italy -- A freight train derailed and plowed into houses in a small Italian town, setting off an explosion and fire that killed at least 12 people many as they slept in their homes and injured at least 50, officials said Tuesday. The 14-...