Thousands still stranded, US-Russia nuclear treaty on cards and other World news

The world news of 2010-12-22 on Tamugaia - Thousands still stranded after snow, and US-Russia nuclear treaty on cards.
Thousands still stranded after snow - ... [ View ]

US-Russia nuclear treaty on cards - ... [ View ]

Britain and Russia expel diplomats - ... [ View ]

BRET MICHAELS PROPOSES - LOS ANGELES - Bret Michaels asked Kristi Gibson to marry him on the season finale of "Bret Michaels: Life as I Know It."... [ View ]

LINDSAY LOHAN ARRESTED - LOS ANGELES – Lindsay Lohan was arrested for assault and battery against a female staffer at a rehab facility.... [ View ]

BIN LADEN CAST IN HANGOVER 2 - HOLLYWOOD – Osama Bin Laden is set to make a cameo appearance in the The Hangover 2!... [ View ]

NY CABBIES TO GET BULLET PROOF VESTS - NEW YORK - Mayor Bloomberg announced that all New York cab drivers will be issued bullet proof vests.... [ View ]

Spain smoking ban law approved - ... [ View ]

Republicans win big in redrawing of US political maps - ... [ View ]

START treaty between US and Russia passes last Senate vote - A landmark nuclear arms control treaty between the United States and Russia easily cleared a last procedural hurdle in the US Senate on Tuesday and stayed on track for final ratification.... [ View ]

Russia And UK In Tit-For-Tat Spying Claims - Britain and Russia have each expelled a diplomat from their embassies in a row over spying, it has emerged.... [ View ]

Italy: Bomb Found On Rome Underground Train - An explosive device has been found on an underground train in Rome and experts are investigating whether it was an attempted Christmas season terror attack.... [ View ]

Drink-Driver Found Guilty Of British Deaths - A drink-driver has been found guilty of causing the deaths of two British students in the US.... [ View ]

FCC Gives Government Power to Regulate Web Traffic - Amy Schatz, WSJWASHINGTON—Federal telecommunications regulators approved new rules Tuesday that would for the first time give the federal government formal authority to regulate Internet traffic... [ View ]

Moscow Poised for Win on START - ... [ View ]

The Case for Supporting START - Sen. Bob Casey... [ View ]

Don't Fear a Government Broccoli Uprising - Dahlia Lithwick, SlateThe asparagus are coming!When the socialist revolution comes, the first shot will not come from filthy peasants bearing flaming torches or angry, poorly dressed workers demanding hig... [ View ]

FCC's Inappropriate Decision - Meredith Baker, Washington Post... [ View ]

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