Caylee Anthony’s Case

Casey Anthony, the mother of the murdered two-year-old girl, Caylee Anthony, continues to plea her innocence in the case. There’s a plethora of firm facts that are not exactly boding well for Casey’s defense. For starters, Caylee was not reported
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Serious Politician Releases Fascinating Emails… Right

If I have learned one thing it is that time is precious. If I have learned a second thing, it is that I wasted some of mine paying interest to this week’s top story. Sarah Palin continues to shove down our throats the thought of her as a serious governmental official, (more...)

US police say no bodies found at 'mass grave' site

No Bodies Found At ‘Mass Grave’ Site

An anonymous caller claiming to be a psychic said there was a mass grave at a house in east Texas. But US police say there were no bodies found. In the same time media in US reported there were up to 30 dismembered bodies including children buried there. Again the police found (more...)

A Congressman Admitted Sending Flirtatious Photos To Women

A Congressman Admitted Sending Flirtatious Photos To Women

A New York congressman admitted sending flirtatious photos of himself to women. Of course, Anthony Weiner is married, but this didn't stop him sending a shot of his crotch to an admirer. Conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart published a photo of a man's crotch in underpants that it said had (more...)

Ex-IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn: “Not Guilty”

According to the world press, former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has entered a plea of not guilty in charges he sexually assaulted a New York hotel. Strauss-Kahn arrived at the courthouse with his wife, French television journalist Anne Sinclair, walking beside him. They were flanked by (more...)

Biden Meet with Georgian President Saakashvili

Biden Meet with Georgian President Saakashvili

Vice President Biden met with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili today while the two leaders were in Rome to attend the celebration of the 150th anniversary of Italian unification. Vice President Biden and President Saakashvili discussed our shared interest in security, democracy and prosperity in Georgia. Vice President Biden reiterated the (more...)

Launch of New J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program Website

Launch of New J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program Website

On June 1 the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) will launch a new J-1 Visa Exchange Visitor Program website. The J-1 Exchange Visitor Program is a work and study exchange program created to further mutual understanding between the people of the United States (more...)

Homeland Security Reaches Diverse Communities

Homeland Security Reaches Diverse Communities

By Mark Trainer Staff Writer Washington — In the eight years since it was formed, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has received complaints from groups that feel they have been mistreated as they board airplanes, cross borders or even enter federal buildings. A large number of (more...)

US Honors Fallen Soldiers on Memorial Day

U.S. Honors Fallen Soldiers on Memorial Day

By Charlene Porter Staff Writer Americans mark Memorial Day May 30, an occasion to honor the soldiers who have given their service and their lives to protect the United States, its citizens and their freedoms. More than 130 national cemeteries in 39 states will welcome visitors paying tribute to the (more...)

Statement on Khodorkovsky and Lebedev Case in Russia

United States Mission to the OSCE Statement on Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev Case in Russia As delivered by Chargé d’Affaires, a. i. Carol Fuller to the Permanent Council, Vienna May 26, 2011

The United States is concerned by the May 24 ruling by the Moscow City Court upholding the verdict
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U.S.-Russia Statement on Cooperation on Visa Issues

Joint Statement by the Presidents the United States of America and of the Russian Federation Regarding Cooperation on Visa Issues Last June, when we met in Washington, we expressed our determination to establish stronger bilateral ties on the basis of mutually beneficial cooperation.  We are seeking to expand our economic and trade relations, (more...)

Announcement on Rewards for Justice Doku Umarov Reward Offer

The U.S. Department of State has authorized a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the location of Doku Umarov. Doku Umarov is the senior leader and operational commander of the North Caucasus-based Caucasus Emirate (CE) group, whose stated goal is to establish an Islamic emirate through violence (more...)

During European Trip, Arab Spring Is on Agenda

By Jeff Baron Staff Writer The setting for President Obama’s trip this week is Europe, but a major topic on the agenda will be North Africa and the Middle East. The goal is a more democratic, more prosperous region. The president set the stage by delivering a major policy speech on the Middle (more...)

Another Royal Wedding in 2011

Royal dynasties of the world are going through a real wedding boom this year! Prince William  – the elder son of Prince Charles – has opened in the season by marrying Kate Middleton. In a week there will be another royal wedding in Europe: the Duke of Monaco, Albert II, is taking (more...)

Central Asia Should Heed Lessons of Mideast Unrest, Blake Says

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer Washington — Despite economic and societal differences with countries in the Middle East, Central Asian governments should “heed the lessons of the Arab Spring” by embracing political reforms and offering more freedoms to their citizens in the interest of their countries’ long-term stability, (more...)

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