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Argentina Wants 16-year-olds to Vote and Other Top News from Latin America
During the last presidential debate on foreign policy, many viewers expressed their dismay with the fact that Latin America was barely mentioned by either candidate. Topics like Mexico's drug war or the growth of socialist governments in the region went by unnoticed by Obama and Romney who instead
The Note's Must-Reads for Tuesday, September 21, 2010
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 Digital News Associates and Desk Assistants JAYCE HENDERSON,...
Lawyer for Iran Stoning Woman Fighting for His Family's Freedom
Today is 7-year-old Parmida’s birthday, but she’s not celebrating. Her relatives have told her that her father has gone out of town on business and her mother is on a vacation, but she keeps saying, “You’re lying. My parents are dead.” Parmida is the daughter of Mohammed Mostafaei, who has...
This Week (04.25.10)
White House Economic Adviser Austan Goolsbee, Sens. Bob Corker, Sherrod Brown.
Roundtable: Immigration Debate
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'This Week' Transcript: Goolsbee, Brown & Corker
Transcript: "This Week" with Austan Goolsbee, Sen. Sherrod Brown & Sen. Bob Corker
Obama on 'Meaningful' Climate Deal
Today we've made meaningful and unprecedented. Maybe a meaningful and unprecedented breakthrough here in Copenhagen. For the first time in history. All major economies have come together to accept their responsibility to take action. African front the threat of climate change. Let me first for
High Drama in Copenhagen (per Administration Officials)
Senior Obama administration officials describe quite a dramatic scene at Climate Change Conference. Officials say President Obama was frustrated. The conference was in complete chaos.
Obama Hails 'Significant Breakthrough' at Climate Talks
Obama and Three World Leaders Have Agreed to a Political "Accord," Official Says
White House: Obama, Chinese Premier Hold "Constructive Discussion" on Climate Change Negotiations
COPENHAGEN -- As the negotiations on a climate change agreement continue, President Obama met with Chinese Premier Wen for 55 minutes here to try and work out issues that have stalled the overall discussions.