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Kyle Beckerman: A Fighter in Soccer, But a Lover in Real Life
So much for that tough guy image, right? Team USA's Kyle Beckerman has a takes-no-prisoners approach when he's competing for the World Cup , but in real life, he's romantic enough to pose for a series of mushy -- but touching -- engagement photos with wife Kate Pappas. How the USA Stayed Alive in
Mining the Gobi: The Battle for Mongolia's Resources
Mongolia Is Over Four Times the Size of Germany, With 3 Million Inhabitants
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, December 31, 2012
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen, and Carrie Halperin SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON: ...
Stock Market Mergers
Yesterday we saw the merger of the London and Toronto stock exchanges and today we're hearing rumblings. That the largest German exchange may combine with the New York Stock Exchange here to explain what all this means a take a look at some of the day's other business headlines. We're joined by
Stimulus Slammed: Republican Senators Release Report Alleging Waste
Sens. Coburn, McCain Rip Stimulus Spending 'Waste'; Defenders Question Report's Details
The Most Dangerous Mines in America
Six On the List Are Massey Energy Properties; Obama Orders Mine Safety Investigation
Bemis paying $1.2B for Alcan Packaging assets
Bemis BMS , which makes plastic packaging that grocers use to wrap steaks and cheeses, said Sunday night it will pay $1.2 billion in cash and stock for the packaging business of Rio Tinto RTP and become the world's dominant player in that market. The acquisition boosts Bemis' share of the global
Abu Dhabi: The Greenest Gas Guzzler
By Lara Setrakian, ABC News, Abu Dhabi The World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, a three-day conference on funding and advancing clean energy research, was less a meeting of the minds than a Kyoto for companies. The world’s leading...
Boom in Australia goes bust as global slowdown hits
For Leigh Davies, the good times ended with a phone call. Until that day in mid-September, he could hardly keep up with all the demand for his firm's mining equipment. Like just about everyone else in the mineral-rich state of Western Australia, he was riding a worldwide commodities boom, ignited
The Note's Must-Reads for Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Compiled by ABC News’ PETER MARTINEZ, CARRIE HALPERIN, LAURA GREENE, KRISTEN RED-HORSE, JAYCE HENDERSON, STEPHANIE WASH and JUSTIN GRANT 2008: ABC NEWS VIDEOS: "Blagojevich Saw 'Sunshine' Before His Fall" LINK "Obama: I've Had No Contact With Ill. Gov." LINK "Ill....