ancial crisis, and to approve President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominees. Democrats hope that Mourdock, a fiscal hardliner, could prove to be too extreme for Indiana and open .
s, and would say something only when the sentence affects Bolivia. "It is not that we are not concerned or that we are not interested, but we do not have to interfere because it is.
er trips, going to closer locations and choosing less expensive lodging, eating and entertainment." Nationally, July Fourth travel is expected to increase by 17 percent compared t.
orrific explosion," he noted. "We have an extensive awareness at Universal Studios. But we rely on the public substantially to spot anything unusual and report it," he said. "Larg.
approval to contribute to a 750 billion euro (945 billion U.S. dollars) emergency fund to stabilize the European economy, according to the White House. Merkel applauded the U.S. .
al date approaches. Obama's historic trip, expected to promote Myanmar's political reform, is also welcomed by color-dyeing entrepreneurs, who dyes their T-shirts with images of O.
ork. We have seen some unusual things, for example, the tornado in the Bronx in July, the excessive summer heat in New York City since June, the severe thunderstorm in central Ne.
fficking of drugs and it recognized the nation's efforts in these tasks. There was a cooperation program for 2010 of 55 million dollars, which added to the anti-drug program of a .
It’s not about knowing all the gimmicks and photo tricks. If you haven’t got the eye, no program will give it to you.
There’s a point when you’re done simplifying. Otherwise, things get really complicated.
Designing for clients that don’t appreciate the value of design is like buying new tires for a rental car.
Every picture owes more to other pictures painted before than it owes to nature.
has always supported health care reform, Stupak, flanked by six colleague in the House, told a press conference they "have an agreement" with the White House to make sure "there .
's energy sector. The House of Representatives passed a similar bill last year. The administration has so far been reluctant to put sanctions on Iran's energy sector, especially it.