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  • Clemens Will Pitch More Than Fastballs for Minor-League Skeeters

    The Sugar Land Skeeters want Roger Clemens to pitch more than just baseballs this weekend.

  • Roger Clemens Returning to Pitch for Minor-League Baseball Team

    Roger Clemens, who won a record seven Cy Young Awards in a 24-season Major League Baseball career tainted by allegations of steroid use, will pitch for the minor-league Sugar Land Skeeters in Texas this weekend.

  • Iraq's Sistani Is Trying to Help Break Political Deadlock, U.S. Envoy Says

    Iraq’s top Shiite Muslim cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani , may be exerting his influence with squabbling politicians to speed up the formation of a new government as the U.S. withdraws troops, a U.S. diplomat said.

  • June 2010 Mailbox

    RE: “From Russia With Cash” May 2010 It would be great if the cards fell so perfectly for all of us. I almost guarantee that in a few years you will be reporting on how it was possible for Mikhail Prokhorov to have lost so much money. Steven Bergh, Cape Town The transformation of Prokhorov to what he is now is an impressive story in itself. Ashwani Ramachandran, Cambridge Solutions Ltd., Bangalore, India RE: “How Hassan Nemazee Duped the World’s Biggest Banks” May 2010 This was an enlightening article that confirms the evident: People act on financial interest. The banks made loans because they saw the interest income and maybe a few headlines. As for Nemazee, someone said the hardest thing about Harvard is getting in; after that, it’s a piece of cake. Given all that has happened, is Harvard really that good? I’m a Purdue University (Krannert School of Management) alumnus. We were taught values and ethics. It’s a pity that more articles are not written about

  • June 2010 Mailbox

    RE: “From Russia With Cash” May 2010 It would be great if the cards fell so perfectly for all of us. I almost guarantee that in a few years you will be reporting on how it was possible for Mikhail Prokhorov to have lost so much money. Steven Bergh, Cape Town The transformation of Prokhorov to what he is now is an impressive story in itself. Ashwani Ramachandran, Cambridge Solutions Ltd., Bangalore, India RE: “How Hassan Nemazee Duped the World’s Biggest Banks” May 2010 This was an enlightening article that confirms the evident: People act on financial interest. The banks made loans because they saw the interest income and maybe a few headlines. As for Nemazee, someone said the hardest thing about Harvard is getting in; after that, it’s a piece of cake. Given all that has happened, is Harvard really that good? I’m a Purdue University (Krannert School of Management) alumnus. We were taught values and ethics. It’s a pity that more articles are not written about

  • Iraq's Political Impasse Raises Concerns in Congress About Troop Drawdown

    Iraq’s failure to form a government four months after elections prompted concern in the U.S. Congress as senators heard from President Barack Obama ’s nominee to be his next envoy to the Persian Gulf nation.

  • South Korea Completes Live-Firing Exercise; Drill Passes Without Incident

    South Korea said a live-firing drill that drew threats of retaliation from North Korea was completed without incident, after the United Nations Security Council failed to agree on steps to ease tension on the peninsula.

  • Berlusconi, Snubbed in Europe, Finds Friends in Minsk, Tripoli

    When French President Nicolas Sarkozy hosts his Russian and German counterparts for talks on European security today, Europe’s second-biggest energy partner with Moscow won’t be there.

  • Biden Urges Iraqi Leaders to End Differences, Speed Government Formation

    Vice President Joe Biden urged Iraqi leaders to resolve their political differences and speed up the formation of a new government, officials in Baghdad said.

  • Obama Dispatches Aircraft Carrier to Yellow Sea After North Korean Attack

    The U.S. sent an aircraft carrier for military exercises off the Korean Peninsula in a show of strength after North Korea fired artillery onto South Korean territory for the first time in half a century.

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