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Five years after Hurricane Katrina (and in the midst of the BP oil spill) the Big Easy is still grappling with guestworker labor violations.
Climate change, oil and geopolitics in the Arctic Circle.

The campaign in the fall of 1781—and the war—ended with Cornwallis's surrender at Yorktown.

When the knock-out round of the World Cup begins Saturday morning, the Western Hemisphere will have almost half of the final 16 teams in contention, and at least two teams (the winners of Argentina vs. Mexico on Sunday and also Brazil vs. Chile) guaranteed in the final eight.

A high speed rail link to Montréal can lead to closer links within the leading trading bloc in the world, the U.S. and Canada.

The United States today dismissed a proposed agreement between Brazil, Turkey and Iran that would allow Iran to swap enriched uranium for reactor fuel.

The Office of Foreign Assets Control at the United States Department of the Treasury released new regulations on Thursday related to U.S. economic sanctions on Cuba.


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