Women runners, including eventual winner Melissa Moon (front row c.), of Wellington, New Zealand, start the 33rd Annual Empire State Building Run-up in New York City on Tuesday.
The Russian president is being pressed for an apology for the secret deal the Soviets made to carve up Poland with the Nazis.
A look at the influence of money on US politics.
Industry analysts marveled at the scope of the operation — which Gonzalez allegedly dubbed “Get Rich or Die Tryin’.” One compared it to a hackers’ version of the 1980s gangster movie “Scarface.”
A proposed law could make comparing Soviet rule with that of the Nazis a crime. Intellectuals fear a manipulation of Russia’s past.
In Madrid, the workers' day was marked by samba dances, not brick-throwing.
Although the left is making gains in Europe – a new anticapitalist party in France has higher approval ratings than Sarkozy – centrist parties remain strong.
Workers are being sent home, construction has stopped, and leaders of the 'Baltic Tiger' fear growing social unrest.
With more people pushed into poverty, the probability of armed rebellions increases around the world.