Argentina has vowed to more than 51% of the national oil company YPF, Spain's Repsol popular uncomfortable confirmation pale from Madrid bend.
The move is Monday in an affair, her chiffonier and Argentina, the governor, Admiral Cristina Kirchner shout for joy to come to Madrid and European Union officials to recognize the warning.
In long beards, the two veteran actors are suited to one another, like a divine ZZ Top.
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In the 2008 Democratic presidential primary, then-Sen. Barack Obama ran a campaign ad blasting Hillary Clinton's health reform plan for including a so-called "individual mandate." His ad argued the mandate "forces everyone to buy insurance, even if you can't afford it, and you pay a penalty if you don't ... It's not that people don't want health care; it's that they can't afford it."
THROUGHOUT Syria's uprising, a year old this week, many have pondered what is going on in the minds of Bashar Assad and his wife, Asma, once a glamourous patron of Syrian civil society. A cache of 3,000 personal emails alleged to be from the ruling couple puts paid to any view that either was seriously looking for a way out of the crisis. As security forces were killing 8,000 civilians and defecting soldiers, Mrs Assad was shopping for a $4,100 vase from Harrods, a fondue set and Christian Louboutin shoes.
"Dr. Seuss' the Lorax" has easily beaten Edgar Rice Burroughs' "John Carter" at the weekend box office.
Studio estimates Sunday put Universal Pictures' "The Lorax" at No. 1 for the second-straight weekend as the animated adventure based on the children's book took in $39.1 million. That raised its 10-day domestic total to $122 million, making "The Lorax" the top-grossing movie released this year.
Mitt Romney is pressing to refocus the Republican presidential race on jobs and the economy in the sprint to potentially pivotal Super Tuesday contests next week, looking to blunt rival Rick Santorum's bid to sow doubts about his record on social issues.
A body found face down in the snow at Mount Rainier National Park is that of an Iraq war veteran suspected of killing a park ranger, then fleeing into the wilderness, authorities said on Monday.
Former Hewlett Packard CEO Mark Hurd made increasingly aggressive romantic advances over several years toward an independent contractor who later accused him of sexual harassment, according to claims in a letter from her lawyer obtained by Reuters.
Many big-name retailers from Gap to Toys R Us are partnering with banks, payment processors and Google to let shoppers tap their mobile phones instead of swiping their credit cards to pay for goods.
The Vatican says it is to conserve his strength, allow more people to see him and guard against attacks such as one on Christmas Eve, 2009, when a woman lunged at him and knocked him to the ground. He is believed to suffer from arthritis in the legs.
More than 100 regional commuter flights from rural airports had been canceled at Denver International Airport, but all runways were open, said airport spokeswoman Laura Coale.
Gingrich is in a tight race with rivals Ron Paul and Mitt Romney in Iowa less than three weeks before the state's Republicans decide on January 3 who they want as their presidential candidate. It is anybody's guess at this stage as to who will win.