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  • Can Israel's natural gas reserves pump up regional peace?

    After years of relying on its neighbors for energy, Israel is poised to become an exporter of natural gas – provided it can find buyers. But some of the most promising customers or conduits for its newfound riches are the very countries with which Israel is at loggerheads. Optimists argue that the mutual economic benefits of natural gas investment could give governments the incentive they need to work together. Already, Israeli companies have signed deals to supply Palestinian and Jordanian companies with natural gas. 

  • In '1971,' an analog precursor to NSA, Snowden
    In '1971,' an analog precursor to NSA, Snowden

    NEW YORK (AP) — A trove of government documents reveals widespread domestic surveillance of Americans. Leaked revelations hit the front pages of newspapers. A powerful governmental agency is brought under scrutiny.

  • Kim Novak speaks out against Oscar night 'bullies'
    Kim Novak speaks out against Oscar night 'bullies'

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kim Novak says that cruel jabs about how she looked during the Oscar ceremony amounted to bullying that left her crushed at first, but then determined to speak out in protest.

  • Russia's new culture policy a weapon against West
    Russia's new culture policy a weapon against West

    The Kremlin is preparing a new culture policy for Russia focusing on its distinctive civilisation and traditional values, which observers say has political ends amid Moscow's standoff with the West. At the end of four hours of questions Thursday in his annual call-in, President Vladimir Putin waxed philosophical on what it means to be Russian. The authors preparing the document, who are kept secret, believe that such a policy must be based on the thesis that "Russia is not Europe" and generously quote from Putin's speeches. The policy states Russia is at a historical crossroads and must make a choice between cultural extinction or the preservation of its unique "moral and spiritual foundations," which can only be done with a "state culture policy."

  • ASSISTANT'S GRUFF ATTITUDE NEEDS TO BE SMOOTHED OUT

    DEAR ABBY: How do I deal with an assistant who keeps calling me a "brownnoser"? She did it again yesterday at a staff meeting in front of my boss and another assistant. It was the third time she has said it. She is gruff and rude, and several people have complained to me about her attitude. Should I address her comments during her next employee evaluation, or would it be better to speak to her privately? -- THE BOSS IN LAKELAND, FLA. DEAR BOSS: Talk to her privately and tell her what she said is insulting, not funny and you don't want it to be repeated. ...

  • Cutest act of revenge ever: Over 1,000 ducklings released into boss’s apartment [PHOTOS]
    Cutest act of revenge ever: Over 1,000 ducklings released into boss’s apartment [PHOTOS]

    Get ready to say, “Awww!” Shanghaist brings us this bit of adorableness and reports that a man named Xiang unleashed 1,130 ducklings on his boss’s apartment in an act of revenge.

  • Russian Spy Planes in U.S. Skies
    Russian Spy Planes in U.S. Skies

    Russian surveillance planes already fly over America, thanks to a long-standing treaty. But a new, ultra-sophisticated spy plane has U.S. military and intelligence bosses spooked.

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