Breaking America’s dependence on foreign energy supplies and suppliers who often don’t like the U.S. is a driving force behind the search for alternative fuels.
2010 was a tough year, not just for Barack Obama, not just for America, but for the West.
On 1,170 acres of rolling Ohio farmland, bulldozers last week completed the grading job for a village of 10,000 inhabitants. Contracts were signed for some nine miles of streets, curbs and sewers, and construction crews.were building a pumping station and a million-gallon water tank
For Omar bin Laden, the fourth eldest of Osama bin Laden’s 20 known children, the awful realization that his father was a terrorist mastermind who was plotting a global conspiracy that would destroy the lives of thousands of innocent people and even his own family came gradually. Of course, there were warning signs: Omar’s childhood was marked by regular beatings and survivalist training; the growing army of ruffians and retainers who called his father “Prince”; and that Afghan mullah who had given his father an entire mountain in Tora Bora
South African President Jacob Zuma landed in Tripoli Sunday to meet with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to discuss a resolution to the ongoing crisis.
“What’s the story, morning glory? / What’s the word, hummingbird?” That was Broadway teen talk back in the early ’60s, when the high school kids in Bye Bye Birdie gossiped about their friends in a game of telephone tag