Skirts banned by UK scho, Manmohan Singh unlikely to meet Obama at UN and other World news

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Palestinians to seek full UN membership, says Abbas - ... [ View ]

Plane crashes at Nevada air race - A World War Two fighter plane has crashed at a Nevada air race, killing at least two people and injuring more than 50.... [ View ]

Community in mourning after mine tragedy - All four miners trapped by flash flooding in a colliery in Wales have been found dead, police say, plunging a tight-knit community into mourning.... [ View ]

Critics jealous of Berlusconi, jokes Putin - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has made light of the sex scandals surrounding Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, saying critics are simply jealous of his sexual prowess.... [ View ]

Strauss-Kahn admits tried to kiss author - Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has told police he made a pass at a young author in 2003 but denied her claim that he tried to rape her, a source says.... [ View ]

3 dead, 56 injured in US air show crash - 3:17 PM... [ View ]

Chinese theme park rips off Angry Birds - 3:00 PM... [ View ]

McGuinness to run for Irish presidency - 2:56 PM... [ View ]

Inquiry after four Welsh miners die - 2:49 PM... [ View ]

Does Obama Believe He's Still Popular? - Jay Cost, Weekly StandardSo, I guess this would be yet another reason not to expect the American Jobs Act to pass through the Congress. After all, there just aren’t enough people that love Presi... [ View ]

Obama Gets It, but He Needs Help - Jonathan Cohn, The New RepublicA week after introducing his jobs proposal, President Obama has hit a few obstacles. Republican leaders are criticizing the proposal more loudly than before. A failed green... [ View ]

Something Has Gone Awry at Harvard - Virginia Postrel, BloombergWhen the members of the class of 2015 arrived at Harvard College this fall, they encountered a novel bit of moral education. Their dorm proctors -- the grad students who live wi... [ View ]

Al Gore Talks Extreme Weather, Climate Change - Ronald Brownstein, NJAl Gore hasn’t always demonstrated impeccable political instincts, but his timing was right as rain this week when he organized a worldwide extravaganza on climate change.Go... [ View ]

NY-9: It Wasn't Really an Upset - Peggy Noonan, Wall Street JournalAn upset is a surprise. The loss of Anthony Weiner's former seat to the Republicans was not a surprise. It was the latest in a long string of referendums on the presi... [ View ]

UN Security Council Eases Sanctions On Libya - The UN Security Council has voted to ease sanctions on Libya to help the country rebuild following its civil war.... [ View ]

Greeks Plan Legal Action Over Property Tax - Crisis-weary Greeks are striking back at added austerity, vowing to mount class action suits in defiance of a new property tax.... [ View ]

Chemical Fire Chokes Australian City Suburb - Around 100 people have been evacuated in Canberra as firefighters battled a huge chemical fire at a factory.... [ View ]

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