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Berlusconi's Secret Underground Cave Revealed
New Photos from Inside Secret Cave at Site of Berlusconi's 'Bunga Bunga' orgies
Geithner at G-20: Fiscal Cooperation Strongest Since WWII
Treasury Chief Rejects Claims of Double Standard for Auto and Banking Industries
Tensions Rise at G-20 Economic Summit
Global Economic Crisis, Afghanistan Will Be Key Focus for President in Europe
President Obama's "European Vacation"
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs jokingly referred to President Obama's trip to Europe for the G-20, NATO, and EU summits as "our European vacation," and it's clear that little soothing or relaxing awaits the young president as he prepares...
Obama Faces Cold Reception in Europe
The last time President Obama went to Europe, he was greeted with raucous applause and 200,000 Europeans choking a Berlin square, chanting "Obama" and "Yes We Can." This time, as the president heads to London this week to press the Group of 20 nations for a global economic stimulus plan, he's
EU leader says U.S. plan will debilitate all markets
The president of the European Union Wednesday lambasted President Obama's costly economic recovery program as "the way to hell." Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, criticized the $787 billion U.S. stimulus program in unusually sharp comments that
Geithner Refutes EU President's Claim That U.S. Stimulus Plans Are a 'Way to Hell'
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner dismissed scathing criticism today by European Union President Mirek Topolanek that the U.S.'s stimulus packages are a "way to hell" that will undermine the global financial market. "No risk in that," Geithner said in an interview on CNBC. "The best thing we can do
SNEAK PEEK: “We’d all like to flee to the Cleve”
The snow continues to fall in northern Ohio but will it be any warmer inside on stage at Cleveland State University for the 20th Democratic debate? Tonight's one-on-one showdown in Cleveland may be Hillary Clinton's last opportunity to change the dynamic of the Democratic race before March 4 and
Bush to Putin: 'Cold War Is Over'
President Bush came out swinging on the missile defense issue this morning, stating emphatically that Russia is not an enemy and that it has nothing to fear from a U.S. missile defense system in eastern Europe. "The Cold War is over. It ended," he said in an appearance in Prague with Czech
Bush: Putin "Shouldn't Fear" Missile Defense Plan
ABC News' Karen Travers Reports: In his first remarks on his trip to Europe, President Bush came out swinging on the missile defense issue and stated emphatically that Russia is not an enemy and they have nothing to fear from...