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Senators Should Avert A Snow Job

The year of the corporate scandal may be coming to a close, but corrupting boardroom cronyism lives on. As reported in last Wednesday's New York Times, chief executives at 420 of 2,000 major public corporations have a sweet deal going.

U.S. Weighs Risks in Iraq Standoff

A Dec. 18 front-page article in The Washington Post titled ""Projection on Fall of Hussein Disputed"" attempted to describe a split that simply does not exist between the senior civilian and military leadership over planning for potential war in Iraq.

2002: Going Out on a Positive Note

2002 has come to an end on a positive note. Once more we enter the holiday break filled with optimism.

The Kremlin's Crisis Line

Last week's big entertainment news was President Vladimir Putin's two-hour live call-in show.

Reviving the Yuletide Spirit in Sunny Baku

I've just returned from a frantic week in London where Christmas fever has taken hold.

U.S. Retailers Hit by Humdrum Holidays

Despite jammed stores and malls during the last weekend before Christmas, retailers remain anxious and uncertain after a desired sales bonanza failed to materialize.

McDonald's Japan Shuts 176 Outlets

McDonald's Japan unit has decided to close down an unprecedented number of unprofitable outlets and will finish in the red for the first time in 29 years, the company and media reports said.

Chavez Vows to Prosecute Oil Strikers

Striking managers at the state oil monopoly will be fired and prosecuted, President Hugo Chavez said Sunday as he vowed to break a 21-day-old strike aimed at forcing him from office.

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