A Christian Science perspective.
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron discussed the BP Gulf oil spill by phone Saturday. While the talk was cordial, the US has not let up its pressure on BP.
The BP oil spill is likely to dominate talks between US President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister James Cameron, on Saturday.
There’s been an improvisational tone to the White House response to the BP oil spill. But given the magnitude of the disaster, that may have been inevitable.
A koala joey hangs on a toy koala during a weighing procedure at the zoo in Duisburg, Germany, on Friday. The koala baby, which weighs 1.1 pounds, has yet to be named.
Some British officials complain about harsh criticism of the company formerly known as ‘British Petroleum.' Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron will try to smooth US-UK ties when they discuss the BP oil spill – among other topics – this weekend.
Shares of BP have fallen Thursday in London after US politicians called for the company to halt dividend payments and pay more compensation to American workers and companies adversely affected by the Gulf oil spill.
Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says that the coalition government's approach to deficit reduction will differ from Margaret Thatcher's cuts, avoiding confrontations, social divisions, and regional disparities.
Government leaders have spent too much money and put too much of the economy under their control. Now, the markets are forcing a correction.