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A New Approach to Consumer Lending

The relationship between borrowers and credit organizations has captured the attention of the government, the general public and the mass media.

The Information Black Market

Can economics teach us a lesson on how to teach history? It turns out that it can.

Abe Vows to Remain After Loss

A defiant Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe clung to his job Monday, despite a humiliating election defeat that threw the future of his feeble government into doubt.

Brown, Bush Have First Formal Meeting

U.S. President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who have not yet established their own political relationship, instead point to how much their nations have in common.

Group Says Iraqis Need Urgent Aid

About 8 million Iraqis -- nearly one-third of the population -- need immediate emergency aid because of the humanitarian crisis caused by the Iraq war, relief agencies said Monday.

Film Director Ingmar Bergman Dies

Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman, widely regarded as one of the great masters of modern cinema, died Monday, the president of the director's foundation said. He was 89.

6,000 Stranded Palestinians Begin Returning from Egypt

Palestinians stranded for weeks at the Egyptian border after the violent Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip have started trickling back home, but most are still being turned away.

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