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While Tehran defies nuclear inspectors, the U.S.-led sanctions effort stalls out at the United Nations.
The jury not only is still out, it hasn't even been in.
Old Europe is typically tepid in its reaction to Russia and Georgia.
American blunders fostered the situation, and now the United States will pay a high global price.
Make casual Friday every day, and you could save on energy costs.
A Lebanese militant convicted of murder will be traded for two Israeli soldiers who are possibly dead.
Shipping costs rise 30 percent, adding to inefficiencies.
GOP presidential candidate McCain pitches the idea, but it's not nearly as simple as it sounds.
Pres. Bush convened an unusual meeting of the United Nations Security Council at the White House.
Ruling regime uses violence and food as weapons to defeat opposition in June 27 vote.