Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is saying that “if I resign today there will be chaos.”
Thousands of supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak besieged anti-government forces ensconced in Tahrir Square on Wednesday, leading to violent clashes and some injuries.
The U.N. human rights chief said on Tuesday she had unconfirmed reports that up to 300 people may have been killed and over 3,000 injured in the unrest that has engulfed Egypt for the past week.
U.S. citizens remaining in Egypt have been advised to leave immediately by the State Department.
Mohamed ElBaradei, the leading Egyptian opposition figurehead, says that he is preparing a bid for the presidency.
Egypt’s banned Muslim Brotherhood movement has unveiled its plans to scrap a peace treaty with Israel if it comes to power.
Top members of the Egyptian government say that Barack Obama is pushing the advancement of the Muslim Brotherhood even though that goes directly against U.S. interests.
More than 20,000 Yemenis filled the streets of Sana’a on Thursday for a “Day of Rage” rally, demanding a change in government and saying President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s offer to step down in 2013 was not enough.
World food prices reached their highest level ever recorded in January and are set to keep rising for months, the UN food agency said on Thursday, warning that the hardest-hit countries could face turmoil.
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The Senate voted Wednesday for the first time to repeal a piece of Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, rolling back a new tax reporting requirement that’s been universally panned by business owners.
Almost 15 million Americans are unemployed, another 9 million are working part time for economic reasons, and about 4 million more have left the labor force since the start of the recession.
The number of people filing first-time claims for benefits dropped 42,000 to a seasonally adjusted 415,000 in the week ending Jan. 29, the Labor Department said Thursday.
More than 14% of the population drew food stamps in November to purchase groceries as high unemployment and muted wage growth crimped budgets.
The rolling blackouts now being implemented in Texas and across the country as record cold weather grips the United States are a direct consequence of the Obama administration’s agenda to lay siege to the coal industry, launch a takeover of infrastructure under the contrived global warming scam, and help usher in the post-industrial collapse of America.
Last month, the Obama EPA began enforcing new rules regulating the greenhouse gas emissions from any new or expanded power plants.
More Americans than ever are challenging their foreclosures in court.
It turns out that there are a whole lot of ways that Americans are being ripped off at the grocery store.
Copper sprinted to a record peak at $10,000 a ton on Thursday as investors bet supply shortages and buoyant demand growth this year would fuel a strong rally.
A new report has found that just 26 percent of Americans trust the country’s financial system.
A full two-thirds of Americans are displeased with the size and influence of major corporations.
With memories of last May’s “Flash Crash” still fresh in investors’ minds, now comes warning of a market meltdown that could extend beyond stocks—a possible “Splash Crash” that also would affect currencies, commodities and bonds.
The board of the International Monetary Fund will discuss a possible expansion of the basket of currencies that compose the Special Drawing Right, IMF deputy managing director John Lipsky said Friday.
The Mexican government has enacted a new law which highly restricts the use of U.S. Dollars for purchases inside of Mexico.
China may soon start using its massive cash reserves accumulated through trade surpluses to expand its footprint in overseas investments in the form of foreign companies, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The United States threatened to take military action against China during a secret “star wars” arms race within the past few years, according to leaked documents obtained by The Daily Telegraph.
MSNBC is pushing a tax on meat and milk that would likely mean we’d buy less of the foods that contribute to “climate change”.
The U.S. government will be militarizing the Super Bowl once again this year.
Shots were fired inside a municipal courthouse in Goodwater, Ala., on Thursday with reports at least one person being taken away on a stretcher.
Top Eurocrat Cathy Ashton faced outrage last night after the EU failed to condemn attacks on Christians in the Islamic world.
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The residents of North Queensland are assessing the damage after cyclone Yasi, the largest tropical storm to strike Australia since Europeans first settled there, created winds of 186mph and waves more than 9 meters high.
The recent blizzard caused a massive amount of damage across the eastern part of the United States.
Archaeologists announced Wednesday they had uncovered a 1,500-year-old church, including an unusually well-preserved mosaic floor with images of lions, foxes, fish and peacocks.
A Huntsville startup company is using the emerging science of synthetic biology to create “biological Legos” scientists can use to modify living organisms.
A company based in Puerto Rico makes devices that photograph human irises for identification purposes, like the technology featured in the films “Mission: Impossible” and “Minority Report.”
Scientists are a step closer to creating a Star Trek-style cloaking device after making an object visible to the naked eye disappear for the first time.
Nine years after the Big Apple banned smoking in its restaurants, the New York City Council on Wednesday voted to ban smoking in city parks and on city beaches, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said in a written statement.
Gordon James Klingenschmitt is a former Navy chaplain who was forced out of the service in 2007 for praying in Jesus’ name. He says the Obama Pentagon wants to purge evangelical, Bible-preaching chaplains from the service by giving them an ultimatum — “reconcile” with homosexual sin, or quit.
Lastly, Barack Obama signed ratification documents for America’s new nuclear arms reduction treaty with Russia on Wednesday, clearing the way for the two powers to put the landmark accord into effect.