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International Trade

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  • Obama to Canada: Sorry

    Obama to Canada: Sorry
    On Thursday, two days after triumphantly signing an economic stimulus measure that he had fought for nearly since taking office, President Obama will go to Ottawa to apologize for it. As is traditional for U.S. presidents, Obama will make his first...
  • California's missing online money

    California's missing online money
    Californians pay the nation's highest sales taxes, yet by one measure they still don't pay enough. Unless taxpayers come forward on Wednesday in an outpouring of guilt or good citizenship and send the Franchise Tax Board last year's 7.25% sales tax on...
  • Float carries Little Tokyo's hopes

    Float carries Little Tokyo's hopes
    Long before Disneyland's nighttime electrical parade, well before the Rose Parade's dazzling flowered creations, even before America itself was established, the good people of a faraway village in Japan first crafted what would become their nation's...
  • The return of history

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ The years immediately following the end of the Cold War offered a tantalizing glimpse at a new kind of international order -- one in which nations would grow together or disappear altogether, ideological...
  • The Times and Japan-bashing

    If you haven't been following our Dust-Up on China engagement with Joseph Farah and Andrs Martinez, here's a sample from Tuesday's exchange. Said Farah: I'm a fan of imports from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. I think most Americans are. These countries...
  • Shades of blue

    Today, Cannick and Perlstein discuss the ideological spectrum within the Democratic Party. Previously, they weighed the causes of the party's apparent national strength, assessed the compatibility of progressive politics and traditional religious values,...
  • December 16 - Live Music from Earthen Grave

    December 16 - Live Music from Earthen Grave
    It's easy to be intimidated by the sheer immensity of Rachel Barton Pine's accomplishments. The young Chicago based violinist has performed on stages all over the world in front of hundreds of thousands of people, released 13 albums, won countless...
  • Florida State’s Chris Singleton named to USA Men’s Select Team, which will train against USA national team

     
    Florida State’s Chris Singleton named to USA Men’s Select Team, which will train against USA national team....
  • AKC/Eukanuba Dog National Championship

    Gayle Anderson was live at the Long Beach Convention Center for the NINTH ANNUAL AKC/EUKANUBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. For the first time since the show's inception, the 2009 competition will be an all-breed championship show in celebration of the 125th...
  • Texting your teens to the family dinner table

    Texting your teens to the family dinner table
    Having a hard time getting your teen to put down the cell phone long enough to join the family for dinner? You're not alone. Many parents are wondering how to get their tech-savvy teens to stop texting long enough to not only eat dinner, but engage in...
  • Olympia City Council To Vote On Repeal Of Nuclear-Free Zone Ordinance

    The Olympia City Council is expected to repeal its nuclear free zone ordinance next month. A three-member committee has voted to repeal the ordinance. It bans nuclear weapons in Olympia and prohibits city business with associated companies. ...
  • World Bank Will Protect Vulnerable Countries

    WASHINGTON, DC-- The World Bank agreed Sunday to help developing countries strengthen their economies, bolster their financial systems and protect the poor against the financial turmoil in international markets. Robert Zoellick, the bank's president,...