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Wed, 27 Aug 2014 04:00:03 GMT
American Man Fighting With Islamic State Is Killed in Syria - Wall Street Journal
An American passport found on his body was issued in November 2013, according to a photograph provided to The - by a Syrian opposition official. Mr. McCain died wearing military-style camouflage and a flak vest with ammunition pouches . .

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 00:11:53 GMT
US Factories Keep Losing Ground to Global Rivals - Wall Street Journal
America's shale boom has raised hopes of a revival in U.S. manufacturing, in part fueled by cheaper energy. But U.S. factories still are losing ground to rivals in Asia and Europe. Much of the problem stems from steel, trucks, car parts, industrial . .

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 18:34:00 GMT
Burger King Defends Plan to Buy Tim Hortons - Wall Street Journal
Tim Hortons, which today operates in only a handful of countries outside Canada and the U.S., is synonymous with Canada, with more than 3,600 Canadian shops located in strip malls and street corners in both small towns and big cities. It is named after .Dozens of Businesses Move HQs Outside America Under ObamaBreitbart NewsWarren Buffett is 'betting against America' on Burger King. Or is he?Los Angeles TimesWhy companies are moving headquarters out of the USwreg.comHuman Events -Reuters -Fox Newsall 3,125 news articles .

Mon, 25 Aug 2014 02:37:31 GMT
US Journalist Peter Theo Curtis Released After Being Held in Syria - Wall Street Journal
CNN - In the video released on Tuesday, Islamic State threatened to kill another American journalist, Steven Sotloff, if the U.S. continued airstrikes on its fighters in Iraq. In recent days, Mr. Foley's family and others have appealed for the militants to .My cousin Theo Curtis' release from Syria captivity a bittersweet moment .The Plain Dealer - cleveland.comall 1,559 news articles .

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 02:47:43 GMT
Slow Going for Natural-Gas Powered Trucks - Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal- - Wall Street JournalA stronger economy has pushed up freight volumes, and fleet replacements are expected to push production of heavy-duty trucks in North America this year up 21% from 2013 to 297,400 vehicles, the highest volume since 2006, said Columbus, Ind., market . .

Mon, 25 Aug 2014 23:22:53 GMT
The Neo-Neocons - Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal- - Wall Street JournalSo now liberals want the U.S. to bomb Iraq, and maybe Syria as well, to stop and defeat ISIS, the vilest terror group of all time. Where, one might ask, were these neo-neocons a couple of years ago, when stopping ISIS in its infancy might have spared . .

Fri, 22 Aug 2014 00:32:25 GMT
US Eyes Wider Action on Islamic State - Wall Street Journal
European nations have already begun sending limited military supplies to Kurdish fighters in Iraq, who are engaging ISIS forces in the north of the country. U.S. officials want Arab allies in the Persian Gulf to help persuade their allies among Sunni .

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:27:57 GMT
Gaza Crisis: Israel Outflanks the White House on Strategy - Wall Street Journal
JERUSALEM—White House and State Department officials who were leading U.S. efforts to rein in Israel's military campaign in the Gaza Strip were caught off guard last month when they learned that the Israeli military had been quietly securing supplies .US halts missile transfer requested by IsraelHaaretzReport: US halted weapons transfer to Israel during Gaza offensiveJerusalem PostWashington said limiting arms transfers to Israel as ties frayThe Times of IsraelBreitbart News -FrontPage Magazine -i24newsall 185 news articles .

Fri, 22 Aug 2014 07:59:08 GMT
Pakistan Protest Leader Imran Khan Lashes Out at US - Wall Street Journal
ISLAMABAD—The leader of protests against Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif lashed out at the U.S. Thursday, accusing Washington of interfering in the country's political crisis. Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan also suspended talks with the .Why Imran Khan generating hate against United StatesDispatch News Deskall 3,455 news articles .

Thu, 14 Aug 2014 14:38:28 GMT
Awash in Coal, US Imports Even More - Wall Street Journal
Coal imports to the U.S. are rising sharply even as coal mines close throughout Central Appalachia. A big reason: price. It costs $26 a ton to ship coal from Central Appalachia to power plants in Florida compared with $15 a ton to get coal from a mine . .