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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

When stereotypes define borders

Previously, government-to-government relations were believed to control nearly exclusively how North America was developing. Instead, a wide network is influencing policy directions. The list now includes religious organizations, regional commercial interests, neighborhood associations and non-profit advocates.

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The shameful lessons of Enron

Former Enron top executives Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling await sentencing Sept. 11 on assorted charges of fraud, conspiracy, lying to auditors and insider trading that, if the judge throws the book at them, could send them to prison for the rest of their lives.

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America’s shame

The United States being hauled up before the U.N. Committee Against Torture in Geneva last month was a sharp reminder of how America’s reputation as a beacon of human rights has sagged in recent years.

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For boomers, retirement is not an option

After 24 years with Delta Air Lines, Nancy Stiefvater took an early-retirement package the summer of 2001 but thought she had “too much to offer” to retire or live out her life as a greeter at a big-box store.

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Bush aide lied about relationship with Abramoff

Three ethics watchdogs testified Wednesday that a Bush administration executive left out important details of his relationship with disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, including information about a weeklong golf excursion to Scotland and England arranged by the Republican influence-peddler.

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Terror funds cut for New York, Washington

The two cities targeted in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks will receive far less counterterrorism money this year in what the Homeland Security Department described Wednesday as an effort to spread funding to other communities facing threats.

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NY Dems endorse Hillary’s re-election bid

Hillary Rodham Clinton, the former first lady widely expected to run for her husband’s old job in the White House, on Wednesday won the enthusiastic endorsement of New York Democrats in her bid for re-election to the U.S. Senate in November.

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