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Archives of: January 2011

Marla Cichowski

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January 31, 2011

07:13 PM

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2012 Presidential Buzz Heats Up In Iowa

Plenty of  easy-to-write-with black markers and a stack of freshly printed books at a Barnes & Noble in West Des Moines, Iowa. Yet another sign that former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty is getting more serious about making a decision whether to run for President in 2012.  Pawlenty brought his national book tour to central Iowa today, spending about an hour signing his new book, "Courage to ... read more

Archives of: January 2011


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Mike Tobin

January 31, 2011 2:42 PM

A Secular Revolution, for now…

Call them a ray of hope or a descent into anarchy, the popular uprisings are spreading across the Arab world like a prairie fire.  Existing under the heavy hand of totalitarian rule, common ... read more



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Greg Palkot

January 31, 2011 10:45 AM

Egyptian Rioters Wary of U.S. Journalists

CAIRO, Egypt--  We have now been in Cairo for 4 days. In that time we have seen and heard a subtle but real shift in the mood of protestors here. On Friday, rioters had a clear-cut enemy: the hated police.  We as Americans were seen as allies in the cause.  They also begged us to relay to Washington and President Obama their wishes that Egyptian President Hosni ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

January 29, 2011 1:18 PM

Green for Profit

Fox News sat down with the President of the Environmental Defense Fund, Fred Krupp,  on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.  You think Davos, you think green, as in money.  But another green agenda is alive and well at this summit of the rich and powerful,  despite the global economic downturn.  But money and environment are increasingly closely ... read more



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Laura Ingle

January 28, 2011 1:45 PM

U.S. Arrests ‘Most Wanted’ Fugitive In NYC

One of the most wanted fugitives in America has been arrested at New York's J.F.K. International Airport, where special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (known as ... read more



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David Piper

January 28, 2011 8:42 AM

China’s Dollar Concerns

The US dollar has been the dominant currency in Asia for decades. Its strength has underpinned trade and given certainty as Asian economies grew. The Hong Kong dollar has, for instance been pegged to the Greenback since 1983 despite pressures for it to float. China has been accumulating the Greenback at an unprecedented rate over the past two decades since its ... read more



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Jonathan Serrie

January 28, 2011 7:15 AM

Mega-Ships May Bring Deep Water to Savannah

At more than 900 feet long and 125 feet wide, the APL President Truman and CMA CGM Parsifal can only reach Georgia's Port of Savannah during high tide. The arrival of these two ships today ... read more



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Adam Housley

January 27, 2011 11:21 AM

Las Vegas High-Rise Fire

More than 40-million people visit the Las Vegas Strip every year and 90% of those people stay in high rises that stretch in some cases more than 60 stories into the sky. So it may not be hard to believe that the Fire Station that covers the strip is ... read more



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Molly Line

January 27, 2011 9:58 AM

Dig’n Out Again- Where do we put the snow?

New England is digging out again today following yet another snow storm that dumped 6 to 12 inches across the region. Beleaguered by monster snowfalls all winter long the question is- where do you put it? Boston is running six "snow farms" in areas across the city, essentially creating massive piles in designated lots. It's up to public works employees to wrestle the ... read more



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David Piper

January 27, 2011 9:40 AM

Birth of Rare Tiger Cubs in Asia

There is at last some hope for the Sumatran tiger. Breeding them in captivity has proven to be difficult but the birth of three cubs at a zoo in western Indonesia today has shown it is ... read more



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Douglas Kennedy

January 27, 2011 7:41 AM

Too Religious to Home-School?

Brenda Voydatch leafs through her daughter’s school books inside her single-story home in Meredith, New Hampshire. “These are her math and science books,” she says. Like many parents who home-school, Voydatch believes in the importance of teaching the basics of reading and writing. But she also believes in the importance of a religious education. “I ... read more