The United States is ahead of the game in its fight against radical Islamists but it must remain nimble and pursue its enemies to new battlefields in Yemen and elsewhere, two key U.S. senators said on Sunday.
President Barack Obama plans more economic stimulus measures to bring down the high U.S. unemployment rate, while cutting the bulging budget is a longer-term challenge, a top White House economic aide said on Sunday.
The Republican Party chief called on Senator Harry Reid on Sunday to step down as Senate majority leader over racial comments about President Barack Obama, while Democrats tried to put the issue behind them.
Florida’s citrus crop again escaped widespread destruction from an overnight freeze, but some damage was reported to fruit, especially in northern growing areas, the main producers group said on Sunday.
The largest U.S. farm group will oppose aggressively “misguided” climate legislation pending in Congress and fight animal rights activists, said American Farm Bureau Federation president Bob Stallman on Sunday.
Large flat-screen TVs were all the rage at the Consumer Electronics Show, but companies like Microvision Inc are putting their bets on image viewing of a much smaller scale: projections from devices as tiny as cellphones.
A syndicated loan of $4.5 billion is in the works for Ferrero, an Italian newspaper reported on Sunday, adding the Italian chocolate maker had not decided what kind of a bid it could make for Cadbury (CBRY.L).