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BY Greg Price | December 16 2012 10:24 AM After a nasty knee sprain and a week full of speculation, Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III will sit out against the Cleveland Browns Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium. (Photo: Reuters) Washington turns to rookie Kirk Cousins with Robert Griffin III sidelined with a sprained knee. Sponsorship Link However the Redskins will still start a rookie
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China and Germany have pledged stronger economic and trade cooperation to help Europe come out of the financial crisis and improve relations between the two nations. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao signed a series of trade deals in the aviation, energy and communication sectors during Merkel's two-day visit to Beijing. At a joint press conference, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said the country would continue to invest in European government debt under full risk evaluation. Wen noted that achieving the right balance between fiscal tightening and economic stimulus is the key to solving the economic crisis. He also promised that China would continue to purchase European bonds to help the continent to emerge from the crisis
North Korea, one of the poorest, most isolated and repressive nations on earth, perhaps surprisingly, boasts a functional national airline that has a decent safety record and which flies to more destinations than one might expect. Originally founded in 1950 as a North Korean-Soviet joint venture, the state-controlled Air Koryo has a fleet of about 30, mostly older Russia n-made aircraft, and flies to 14 airports in six countries, with Beijing (three flights per week) and Shenyang in northeastern China (twice weekly), the most frequent destinations
Heathrow: Capacity stretched Nick Clegg has joined the growing debate about expanding Heathrow airport by saying the coalition should stand firm against building a third runway.
Winning Mega Millions tickets were purchased in Kansas, Illinois and Maryland, the Associated Press reported. The ticket holders will split the $640 million jackpot, perhaps the largest such prize in history, a lottery official said.
At a time when the US job numbers have started to improve, the looming cuts in defense budget can play spoilsport. The Pentagon said last week thousands of jobs can be lost across the defense industry if lawmakers do not act decisively to ensure that the possible $500-billion cuts are prevented. Frank Kendall, the Defense Department’s acting undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics, said the defense budget cuts would force the Pentagon to break many hard-won contracts with the industry
With crude inching higher in tandem with international tensions and gas prices threatening to emerge as the most important election question, President Barack Obama has painstakingly tried to project his energy policy in a favorable light. He extended support for the construction of the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline and said his commitment to building oil infrastructure was unwavering.
Police Saturday arrested fourteen people in connection with two separate Occupy Wall Street protests in New York . Several hundred Occupy protesters flooded the streets of Manhattan, demonstrating against the police brutality.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Wednesday that U.S. community banks are gaining strength despite what he described as a "frustratingly slow" economic recovery and promised community bankers that Dodd-Frank Act is enacted for the "too big to fails." "Profits of smaller banks were considerably higher in 2011 than in the previous year, nonperforming assets were lower, provisions for loan losses fell appreciably, and capital ratios improved," according to the Fed chairman's pre-recorded remarks delivered before a convention of community bankers in Nashville, Tenn., on a video monitor. The speech resembled one he gave in February in Arlington, Va
Payrolls climbed last month by 210,000, after a 243,000 rise in January, according to the median forecast of economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters ahead of Friday's monthly Labor Department report on February hiring. Economists also expect Friday's report to show February's jobless rate holding at a three-year low of 8.3 percent.