Parking concerns grow with Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District A proposed rezoning near Bishop Avenue and Neely Street would clear the way for a restaurant near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. And such a change would be bad for its residential neighborhood. That’s what six residents of the Kidd Springs area in ... 05/9/2012 - 11:11 am | View Link
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Former Sens. Trent Lott and John Breaux were part of a team paid $150,000 by a Russian bank to lobby on U. S. sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, according to a new disclosure their firm has filed with the U.
Miami University of Ohio has no plans to cancel a speech by Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George Will, despite protests over the Washington Post writer's comments about campus sexual assault.
Will is scheduled to speak at the university's Farmer School of Business on Wednesday. Nearly 1,000 students, faculty and alumni of Miami have signed an open letter opposing the decision to invite Will.
Afghanistan just produced a record poppy crop despite massive $7.6 billion in U. S. counternarcotics spending since the war there began, a new report from an independent watchdog found.
The value of opium poppy produced in Afghanistan spiked from $2 billion to $3 billion from 2012 to 2013, according to a brief released Tuesday from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.
"With deteriorating security in many parts of rural Afghanistan and low levels of eradication of poppy fields, further increases in cultivation are likely in 2014," predicted John Sopko, the inspector general.
Sopko's analysis combined drug cultivation figures from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime with U.