International

Caruso Cabrera Decries G20's Attack on Tax Havens: 'Leave Liechtenstein Alone!'

CNBC 'Power Lunch' co-host notes how tax competition is important; elimination of tax havens would benefit brutal dictatorial regimes.

Fellow Travelers: Socialist Leader Finds Common Ground with Obama

George Papandreou tells Fox Biz: World needs to 'collaborate,' focus on 'green economy,' and 'redistribute' wealth with global stimulus.

BBC Host and HuffPo Blogger Warns of U.S. Military Action if China Pushes for Global Currency

Max Keiser tells Aljazeera English that countries won't push toward a global currency for fear 'U.S. Marines are going to show up in our backdoor.'

'Nightly News' Perplexed by TARP-Recipients Lending to Foreign Countries

NBC correspondent Lisa Myers investigates banking titans that made overseas loans in wake of congressional hearing.

'The International' Shoots at Banking Industry, Scores $10 Million Opening Weekend

Slow-moving thriller portrays banking executives as killers, arms dealers and money launderers, while media push it as 'fact.'

Ethanol Being Blamed for Global Food Riots

New York Times columnist praised by Pulitzer board for 'clarity of vision' didn't foresee global food shortages that resulted from the realities of his vision.

Weather Channel Founder Blasts Network; Claims It Is 'Telling Us What to Think'

TWC founder and global warming skeptic advocates suing Al Gore to expose 'the fraud of global warming.'

Famed Hurricane Forecaster William Gray Predicts Global Cooling in 10 Years

Expert states ocean cycles will have a more profound effect on climate than CO2; criticizes James Hansen's climate models.

Networks Forget Raul Castro's 'Economic Reforms' Include Drug Running

ABC says younger Castro could bring changes to Cuba even though they reported he was 'head of a major cocaine smuggling conspiracy' in 1990s.

Being a Businessman Counts Against Apple CEO Jobs in 'Person of the Year' Contest

Time magazine's Web site states 'He's a businessman' as a 'con' in the race for its much-ballyhooed 'Person of the Year' title.
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