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Chilean Miners: Surviving the Darkness
Tue, 14 Sep 2010 16:40:00
The plight of the 33 miners trapped in northern Chile for more than a month so far is harrowing enough. They must try to survive 90 percent humidity and avoid starvation. They also have to keep their sanity, which becomes harder as they confront another present danger: the darkness.
Author: Ryan Tracy
Item Category: World
Neither Starbucks, McDonald's Wins Coffee War
Tue, 14 Sep 2010 16:19:00
Remember when Starbucks drinkers were elitists, Dunkin' Donuts adherents feared non-English languages and McDonald's coffee became coff-"ay"? Thankfully, the coffee wars are over, but who won?
Author: The Street
Item Category: Business
Without Hamas, Palestinians Can't Make a Peace Deal
Tue, 14 Sep 2010 15:23:00
The most important Middle East peace talks aren't the ones between Israelis and Palestinians. They're between Palestinians and Palestinians.
Author: Dan Ephron
Item Category: World
GOP Infighting Threatens Governor Pickups in Massachusetts and Colorado
Tue, 14 Sep 2010 12:00:00
Since there's no doubt that November's going to be bloody for Democrats, the question now is how bloody. Two bright spots in a sea of inky black: Colorado and Massachusetts, where infighting among conservatives threatens to derail two good prospects for Republican takeovers of governor's mansions.
Author: David A. Graham
Item Category: Politics
How Thomas Keller Transformed American Dining
Tue, 14 Sep 2010 05:00:00
How Thomas Keller transformed American cuisine by combining French snobbery with a greenmarket sensibility.
Author: Raina Kelley
Item Category: Culture
Jerry Brown's California Campaign Bumbles and Fumbles With Clinton Remark
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 21:45:00
You can't teach an old dog new tricks, but it's reasonable to expect that he knows the old ones. But California Democrats are learning that even that isn't a sure bet, as gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown keeps demonstrating in his bumbling campaign against Meg Whitman.
Author: David A. Graham
Item Category: Politics
Is There Really Another Secret Iranian Uranium-Enrichment Facility?
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 20:00:00
Nuclear-proliferation experts are expressing deep skepticism regarding a controversial Iranian exile group's claims that Iran is building a new secret underground uranium-enrichment site not far from Tehran.
Author: Mark Hosenball
Item Category: World
Large Banks Breathe Easy on Basel
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 19:38:00
Investors breathed a sigh of relief Monday, as stocks in the largest U.S. banks reacted strongly following the Basel Committee's Sunday announcement of higher global capital standards.
Author: The Street
Item Category: Business
Ichiro Ozawa Is Japan's Unlikely Savior
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 18:45:00
To his detractors, Ichiro Ozawa represents the worst of Japanese politics. Self-righteous, corrupt, a power-hungry political operator, 'shadow shogun.' He has been called all these things, as well as 'the destroyer' for the way he has created and wrecked three parties in two decades. Three months ago, he resigned from his post as secretary-general of the Democratic Party of Japan, which he helped lead to victory in last year's historic elections, amid a scandal over finances.
Author: Takashi Yokota
Item Category: World
Struggling Automakers Find Open Road in Brazil
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 18:30:00
There aren't many bright spots in the global auto industry'-so when carmakers find one, they go all in. With ebbing demand in the United States, and subsidies propping up Japan's industry set to expire, the real bright spot is Brazil. In 2003 the country was the world's 10th-largest car market; this year it is on pace to surpass Germany as No. 4. By 2014, demand is forecast to hit 4 million new cars per year. Sensing opportunity, Asian auto companies are leading a surge of investment. Toyota is building its second Brazilian factory for $600 million, due in 2012, the same year the country's first Hyundai-owned plant will come on line. China's Chery Automobile Co. Ltd. is also investing $700 million to open its first factory there. Together, the three plants will create more than 400,000 new vehicles a year.
Author: Jessica Ramirez
Item Category: World

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