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NBC interviews Raleigh divorce attorney Cathy Hunt about social media-driven divorces
Raleigh, North Carolina - As social networking websites such as Facebook and MySpace continue to rise in popularity, connecting or reconnecting former classmates, past relationships, family members and friends, some are finding that these unique tools are harming their current relationships more than they realized.
CNN.com - Saudi Arabia said Saturday that it hoped to raise oil prices to $75 a barrel, but indicated that no measures would probably be taken until an OPEC meeting next month in Algeria.
Saudi Oil Minister Ali Naimi said that OPEC will “do what needs to be done” to shore up falling oil prices when [...]
CSMonitor.com - Hillary Rodham Clinton is likely to be watched by foreign leaders and domestic observers alike for signs of adhering to – or straying from – the daylight rule.
No, not the time-honored rule of school dances, where chaperones want to see daylight between dancing partners. Rather, it’s the diplomatic rule that says there should [...]
Reuters.com - Germany’s upper house of parliament approved a revised law governing Volkswagen on Friday even though it fails to address a key European Commission objection that shields the carmaker from takeover.
The Bundesrat, or upper house, voted to approve the revised law after the lower house, the Bundestag, had endorsed it on November 13.
The new [...]
AP.yahoo.com - The terror attacks that rocked India’s financial capital may depress stocks, dampen tourism and slow new investment, but are unlikely to inflict long-term damage on the nation’s economy, analysts and business people said Thursday.
“This is a challenge for the government to maintain law and order in the country,” said Takahira Ogawa, director of [...]