Israel Kastner vs. Hannah Szenes: Who was really the hero during the Holocaust? They were two Hungarian Jews, both of whom aimed to save other Jews. The one who failed is remembered as a heroine, while the one who rescued thousands is still excoriated. The Szenes-Kastner dialectic refuses to die. 07/9/2014 - 5:34 am | View Link
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest, 7/3/2014 James S. Brady Press Briefing Room 12:50 P.M. EDT MR. EARNEST: Good afternoon, everybody. It's nice to see everybody is being so chipper. I'm sure it's because it's a Thursday that feels like a Friday, right? That's good. Before we get started I just wanted to do a brief announcement at the top. Both yesterday and today, the President was briefed by his Homeland Security Advisor, Lisa ... 07/4/2014 - 12:18 pm | View Link
DoD to turn over 21 facilities in Europe to host nations The Pentagon announced plans Friday to vacate 21 “minor, non-operational” military facilities in Europe and return them to their host countries, a move that officials say will have no impact on force posture and military capabilities in Europe. 05/23/2014 - 6:06 am | View Link
Ukraine puts our bank problems into a better perspective The decision of UCC to award an honorary degree to European Commission president José Manuel Barroso was a welcome recognition that the union played a vital role in rescuing Ireland ... and its senior officials have shown a great deal of adroitness ... 03/7/2014 - 10:51 am | View Link
E.U. Officials Agree to a Deal Rescuing Cyprus BRUSSELS — Struggling into the early-morning hours to avoid a collapse of Cyprus’s banking system, European Union leaders on Monday agreed on a bailout package intended to keep Cyprus in the euro zone and rebuild its devastated economy. The deal ... 03/24/2013 - 2:39 pm | View Link
Is Europe Looking for Backdoor Seniority on Spain? Might euro-zone officials be trying to sidestep ... to figure out how they want to deal with potential losses on bond buying. The EFSF’s guidelines on bond purchases say only that the bailout fund will agree on a method for handling losses (or profits ... 08/1/2012 - 11:33 pm | View Link
Morning Money: Euro deal? While Fed officials say that almost ... back if they want any chance at a deal, analysts say. To address the objections of the Justice Department and F.C.C. that a merger would be anticompetitive, AT&T could agree to sell off 40 percent or so T-Mobile ... 11/27/2011 - 8:25 pm | View Link
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Europe General Martin Dempsey says he would not recommend US airstrikes against the ISIL terrorist group within Syria after raising the specter of such military action. 08/26/2014 - 10:45 pm | View Website
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A Sydney bus driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed after smoking a pipe of synthetic marijuana behind the wheel. Two mothers and their children were inside their homes when the bus collided but thankfully no one was injured. Network Ten Australia's Andrew Denney reports.
Airstrikes don’t usually come with a calling card. After all, the intended targets usually know who their enemies are. But in Libya, a series of fighter jet strikes on Islamist militias fighting for control of Tripoli’s airport couldn’t have come from their traditional rivals—Libya’s fractious militias may be well armed and powerful, but none have an effective air force.
The Obama Administration is working on an international agreement for countries to cut their fossil fuel emissions, a move that could set up a showdown with Congress by avoiding the need for formal treaty ratification.
The accord, meant to be signed at a United Nations summit next year, will likely bypass the usual ratification procedure, the New York Times reports.