Fresnans have rallied to their city since a geographer ranked it as the least desirable place in America to live
Now, when South Korea's economic success is costing the jobs of Americans, South Koreans wonder if we would fight for them again
Now ,when South Korea’s economic success is costing the jobs of Americans, South Koreans wonder if we would fight for them again
South Africa persists in fighting a guerrilla war to prevent the installation of another Marxist regime on its border
No answers were found at the meeting in Mexico, but at least the tone of the discussion was hopeful
Liberians are still waiting to see whether their lot will improve under Master Sergeant Doe
America’s new secretary of state is no intellectual, but those who know him say he understands the limits of U.S. power, won’t make promises he can’t keep, and spends his political capital wisely.
Following the death last year of its patriarchal leader ,Kenya seems to he reaching out to a new, more activist role in Africa.
Quiet but effective, a powerful right-wing coalition has formed in the Senate.
Small, poignant achievements in relations between the races cannot alleviate the nation’s despair about its future; meanwhile, its ruling white minority steels itself against criticism from abroad.
The voice of the Arabs is heard more clearly in the corridors of power, but their lobby is a distant second to Israel’s when it comes to size , efficiency, and fire power .
The ambassador from Panama . . . reorganizing the government . . . preserving Main Street
Overshadowed by the Senate, overpowered by the executive branch, and embarrassed by its own misdeeds, the House of Representatives suffers from a loss of pride and prestige. A new wave of reform-minded congressmen and its pugnacious new speaker are determined to restore some of the House’s former glory. But privately many members worry that they are destined to be the errand boys of government.
WHEREAS, Almighty God has chosen to call our beloved Mayor Richard J. Daley to His side . . .