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With Petraeus' backing, Wall Street bankrolls an Afghan gold mine.
Major media commit a serious breach of U.S. journalistic ethics.
How Mississippi floods and the wheat price drive Mideast democracy
A survey finds that most French think Dominique Strauss-Kahn is the victim of a plot.
Analysis: Here’s why popular beliefs about gold are dangerous.
The numbers are murky, but there’s enough information to conclude that the toll is astronomical.
But amid murky numbers and dubious accomplishments, is it really worth billions?
Did the Obama administration risk angering Muslims by disposing of bin Laden’s remains at sea?
Meet Glencore, a global commodities trading powerhouse in an age of high food prices. How did it avoid scrutiny for so long?
History speaks loudly in Asia. Heads up, Taiwan!
Writer Ann Coulter outlines her worldview, and why liberals are always wrong on defense.
America's debt is its biggest national security challenge, according to top Pentagon brass. Here's why.
What will the Kim Jong Il, the "Dear Leader," do on reckoning day, exactly one year from today?
Interview: The worst is "probably" past, but there’s a one-in-four chance Fukushima could deteriorate. Here’s how.
Only three days left in the eBay auction of a Pez dispenser featuring Prince William and Kate Middleton
But it's the lawyers who will profit.
Nuclear watchdog says Fukushima releases now rival Chernobyl.
Al Jazeera, The Atlantic and GlobalPost are among the media outlets targeted by Gaddafi's forces.
Companies involved in last summer’s Gulf nightmare pretend it was a myth.
The Treasury predicts a fat payday from the Wall Street rescue — thanks to a trillion dollar sleight of hand.