Data released this week may show new signs of a global slowdown. But one analyst isn't surprised. From the tech bubble burst to the housing collapse to the resurgence of gold, he's been (mostly) right. Not that he's saying 'I told you so.'
April 6 marks a key date in one of the most divisive cases in the US Supreme Court's history. The Dred Scott vs. Sanford ruling led the nation into the Civil War. Dred’s name remains well known. Lost is the story of his wife, Harriet, whose cause gives the case its greater meaning.
Although a broad majority of Mexicans still oppose US troop support to maintain law and order in Mexico, a new survey indicates a growing percentage of the Mexican public support US assistance.
Even while leading the nation, these American presidents found time to write their valentines poems and love letters.
In a speech today to the US Congress, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said the new Arizona immigration law amounts to acceptance of racial profiling. He also called for an assault weapons ban.
Pictured by an unknown photographer, five U.S. Marine Corps privates with fixed bayonets pose under the command of their noncommissioned officer, who displays his M1859 Marine NCO sword at Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. in April 1864. Marines participated moderately in the Civil War, mostly performing blockade duty.
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