Morning Brief, Friday, February 13
Washington The U.S. House of Representatives will debate a resolution condemning the surge, starting today. Middle East Bombs blew up two minibuses in a Christian part of Lebanon. And seven explosions rocked police stations in Algeria. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tells ABC News he’s ready to talk with the United States. An Iranian military website ...
The U.S. House of Representatives will debate a resolution condemning the surge, starting today.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tells ABC News he’s ready to talk with the United States. An Iranian military website says its drones can hit U.S. ships. But President Bush says there’s no war in the works.
The Turkish terrorists behind the 2003 bombings in Istanbul had ties to al Qaeda.
North Sea oil and gas output will be 10 percent lower than previously estimated.
A Belgian newspaper won its copyright case against Google.
The Eurozone is sizzling.
Hugo Chavez says his country’s top telecommunications firm is spying on him … so he’s moving to nationalize it.
The cybercriminals are winning.
Foreign direct investment into the United States is declining.
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