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Some Peace of Mind as Burglary Season Begins

After a long day at the office and some after-hours fun at a swanky bar, Maxim Mokeyev could not wait to get home and hit the pillow. But the sight of his broken front-door lock made his tiredness disappear in a heartbeat.

Reach Out to Putin's Russia

When U.S. President George W. Bush famously looked into President Vladimir Putin's eyes a few years ago, he should have seen a new Russian tsar.

A Misguided Merger

President Vladimir Putin is an avid downhill skier, so they are building him a residence in the Krasnaya Polyana ski area in the mountains above Sochi.

A Book Club for Generals

Back when Hugh Shelton was chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, he sent all 17 of his four-star generals ""Dereliction of Duty"" by H.R. McMaster and asked them to a Pentagon breakfast to discuss the book with the author.

Failed Reform Alters the Political Landscape

France now has a government with a broken back. Dominique de Villepin came into office less than a year ago, promising to give the highest priority to tackling the unemployment rate, which is especially high among the young.

Prodi Claims Election Laurels

His slim victory margin threatens to divide Italians and stall the government.

European Space Agency Spins Craft Around Venus

A European space probe successfully reached orbit around Venus Tuesday on a mission to explore the mysterious atmosphere of Earth's nearest neighbor.

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