g to the 1993 "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law, gay U.S. soldiers cannot reveal their homosexuality, or they will face discharge. The law is a widely divisive issue, with opponents an.
home building and cash payments to the poor. Although Chavez did not show up in the event, he expressed appreciation and proud-feelings about the social missions to his supporters.
he border area between the north and south, saying discussions on other issues, including debt relief and currency, had also advanced. "While these agreements reflect significant .
convicted murderer is a tragedy. Yet the deaths and suffering of countless victims is only an easily-ignored statistic. According to the Death Penalty Information Center, 35 U.S. .
ims at receiving 3 million tourists in 2012.? HAVANA, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- Despite stiffer penalties introduced in 2011 for driving infractions, more people have died from traffi.
belongs to people not corporations" and "We are the 99%: Stop Control by the 1%." Many chanted slogans and were quick to voice their frustration at the current American financial .
inside the affected buildings was unknown, he said, adding that investigation was underway to determine the cause of the blast. The city's Civil Defense Office, along with firefigh.
ies as it comes forth as to whether it creates jobs, whether it strengthens the middle class, and whether it reduces the deficit." Pelosi said Democrats will work with Republicans.
It’s not about knowing all the gimmicks and photo tricks. If you haven’t got the eye, no program will give it to you.
There’s a point when you’re done simplifying. Otherwise, things get really complicated.
Designing for clients that don’t appreciate the value of design is like buying new tires for a rental car.
Every picture owes more to other pictures painted before than it owes to nature.
ent is anything but transparent and seems to be another attempt by Bell administrators to keep facts about abuse of public funds from Bell taxpayers," Violeta Alvarez, a spokeswom.
suggested the U.S. should wait for a catastrophic event and then overreact, rather than plan ahead. Former U.S. intelligence chief Mike McConnell told the RSA conference on Wednesd.