BOGOTA — In a private, low-key ceremony, the U.S. ambassador and
three Colombian ministers signed a pact Friday giving American
personnel expanded access to military bases in this drug-producing
country, a deal that Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has called a threat to
the region's security.
HELSINKI, Finland — It's five times larger than the Titanic, has
seven "neighborhoods," an ice rink, a golf course and a 750-seat
outdoor amphitheater. The world's largest cruise ship is finally
finished, and Friday it began gliding toward its home port in
There is a delicate balance between hate and love. Isolation and
connection. Denial and acceptance.
WASHINGTON.– El mayor vecino galáctico de la Tierra es un
caníbal cósmico. Y lo peor es que se está acercando a más de 400
mil kilómetros por hora.
DENVER — An early blast of winter that blanketed some Western
states with heavy snow slowly worked its way out of Colorado and
pushed into Nebraska Thursday, bringing blizzard conditions to the
eastern plains and causing treacherous roads, closed schools and
hundreds of canceled flights.
SAN LUIS.– Mark McGwire volverá al beisbol de Grandes Ligas como
el coach de bateo de St. Louis Cardinals y su manager Tony La
Tucson Unified School District,(TUSD), está solicitando que los
electores aprueben una anulación de impuestos con el fin de reponer
el dinero perdido por los recortes en el presupuesto, y para darle
un empuje a la tecnología en el distrito.
WASHINGTON — A Colorado company said it created 4,231 jobs with
the help of President Obama's economic recovery plan. The real
number: fewer than 1,000.
KABUL — Ahmed Wali Karzai, the brother of the Afghan president,
on Wednesday denied reports that he has received regular payments
from the CIA for much of the past eight years.
TORONTO — Two coyotes attacked a promising young musician as she
was hiking alone in a national park in eastern Canada, and
authorities said she died Wednesday of her injuries.