Vodafone season of Swan Lake Royal New Zealand Ballet St James Theatre, until July 27 A more fitting tribute to the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s 60th anniversary than this stunning Swan Lake would be hard to imagine. It is choreographer Russell Kerr’s fourth production and they get better every time.
Sonthi Boonyaratglin must have armor-plated gonads.
Who hasn’t experienced that sinking feeling during a visit to the pharmacy , or the face-reddening trauma of a teenage trip to the dermatologist ? If a new law is successful, those excruciating moments are a thing of the past
Few government programs have delivered on america’s promise as a land of opportunity as explicitly as the GI Bill.
When President Barack Obama flew to Cairo two years ago to deliver a speech designed to start an American conversation with the Muslim world, it seemed an almost revolutionary act and the enthusiasm of his reception was in sharp contrast with the Arab world’s widespread hostility towards President George W.
In Washington on Monday, Hillary Clinton unveiled the State Department’s 10th annual report on modern-day slavery, which evaluates the efforts of every nation to combat the crime. For the first time, State ranked the antislavery efforts of the U.S
Environmentalism is synonymous with loss.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 President Obama’s $787 billion stimulus has been marketed as a jobs bill, and that’s how it’s been judged. The White House says it has saved or created about 3 million jobs, helping avoid a depression and end a recession.
European air force bases that store U.S.
President Obama, in an effort to stimulate the economy and support critical research, will announce $5 billion in grants when he visits the National Institutes of Health on Wednesday, according to an administration official. The money, which comes from Recovery Act funds, is aimed at supporting “12,000 critical research projects — and tens of thousands of jobs associated with them, ranging from teachers and lab technicians to database managers and scientists,” the official wrote in an e-mail.