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Rep. Peter King’s take on how the U.S. should deal with Putin, Russia

Rep. Peter King (R-NY) weighs in on John Kerry, the Israel-Gaza conflict and the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disaster.

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    The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) will set up a $10 billion sukuk issuance program on the Nasdaq Dubai exchange, a boost to Dubai's efforts to become a top center f...

  2. EU watchdog should not have power to ban short-selling

    Britain has won backing to curb the power of the European Union market watchdog to ban short-selling in a boost to a campaign against the concentration of financial ...

  3. Britain's jobless rate dips, prompting more bets on earlier rate rises

    Britain's unemployment rate dropped in July to its lowest since late last year, adding to speculation that the Bank of England may raise interest rates earlier than ...

  4. Syria Agrees to Hand Over Chemical Weapons

    Syria accepted a Russian proposal on Tuesday to give up chemical weapons and win a reprieve from U.S. strikes, while its warplanes bombed rebel positions in Damascus...

  5. Obama Presses Congress on Syria Strike

    President Barack Obama urged Congress on Tuesday to approve U.S. strikes on Syria soon as the United Nations said two million Syrians had fled a conflict that posed ...

  6. Oil Slides On Heels of Obama, Kerry Syria Remarks

    Brent crude oil fell in volatile trade on Friday ahead of a long holiday weekend in the United States, as the Obama administration made a case for a "limited" strike...

  7. Syrian Jitters Linger as War Drums Beat Louder

    Uncertainty on Wall Street about whether or not the U.S. will unleash a military assault on Syria may have been removed by Secretary of State John Kerry's warlike sp...

  8. Kerry: Assad Unleashed 'Inconceivable' Horror

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made clear on Friday that the United States would punish Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the ``brutal and flagrant'' chemical...

  9. U.N. Council Set for Syria Clash, West Readies Attack

    The United Nations Security Council was set for a showdown over Syria on Wednesday after Britain sought authorization for Western military action that Russia called ...

  10. Dutch minister's call for EU migration reform reflects eurosceptic mood

    The Dutch deputy premier has called for the European Union to deal with the "negative consequences" of unprecedented levels of labor migration within the bloc, calli...

  11. U.K. To Demand Search-firm Action Vs. Child Porn

    British Prime Minister David Cameron is slated to announce new measures to prohibit child pornography on the Internet, publicly calling on Google Inc. , Yahoo Inc. a...

  12. Two more journalists from Murdoch's UK titles to be charged

    The head of news at Rupert Murdoch's British Sun tabloid is to be charged with authorizing illegal payments to police and army officials, prosecutors said on Monday,...

  1. Former world chess champ Garry Kasparov speaks at Milton Friedman dinner

    The Weekly Standard’s Kelly Jane Torrance on Garry Kasparov’s speech at the Cato Institute’s Milton Friedman dinner.

  2. Russian Economic Cost Of Crimea Seizure Mounts

    The economic impact of annexing Crimea from Ukraine could drive Russia into a sharp recession this year even if the West stops short of trade sanctions, the World Ba...

  3. Davos Prepares for Annual Parade of Powerbrokers

    The annual Davos gathering, which draws thousands of the world's most powerful people, will this year welcome more than 40 heads of state and government to focus on ...

  4. UK Boosts Growth Views, Eyes Deficit Cuts

    British finance minister George Osborne celebrated a sharp turnaround in the economy as vindication of his push to fix a gaping budget deficit on Thursday but he sai...

  5. How to Winter Vacation Like a Celebrity

    As the numbing cold of winter approaches, there is perhaps no sight as warming as seeing those who truly deserve it frolicking in perfectly manicured sand, eating th...

  6. No UAE decision on Typhoon, Rafale: Gulf source

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has yet to choose a supplier for its next fighter jets, a deal closely contested by Britain and France, a Gulf source familiar with th...

  7. BAE Systems cuts jobs and ends Portsmouth shipbuilding

    Defense contractor BAE Systems plans to lay off 1,775 ship workers across the UK as the biggest warships Britain has ever built near completion with no similar-sized...

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