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  1. Entrusted to Save Brazil: The Party That Ruined Rio

    International Herald TribuneMay 22 12:27 PM

    The country’s new governing party has long wielded great power in this oil-rich state — a place afflicted by crime, graft, pollution and economic woes.

  2. Against all odds, the animals of the 401-acre Newport Banning Ranch oil fields have endured. Burrowing owls, ospreys, least terns, red foxes, San Diego fairy shrimp and California gnatcatchers have survived decades of drought, oil production and encroaching development. But now they're in the crosshairs...

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    The Trinidad GuardianMay 15 04:05 AM

    Whilst the people of T&T continue to grapple on a daily basis with the financial adjustments announced by the People’s National Movement in their recent mid-year budget review, the extent of mismanagement of the nation’s resources without transparency or accountability continues to take the spotlight in Parliament and in the media.

  4. Plummeting oil prices have set off an economic unravelling in Nigeria, one of the world's top oil producers, and the collective anger of a fed-up nation is pouring out.

  5. Plummeting oil prices have set off an economic unravelling in Nigeria, one of the world's top oil producers, and the collective anger of a fed-up nation is pouring out.

  6. Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has generated an unceasing torrent of press attention that some estimate to be worth roughly $2 billion. Yet the central mystery at the very core of his persona— his inscrutable hairdo —has somehow, impossibly, remained unsolved. Until, perhaps, now. Read more...

  7. Superhero Overload

    Pasadena WeeklyMay 05 01:17 PM

    Superhero Overload

  8. Jeffrey Jampol has become the go-to guy for managing rock estates, preventing the kind of legal chaos that has paralysed many legends’ fortunes No one here gets out alive, as rock legend Jim Morrison once sang. But sadly for many of the rock greats it has become almost a cliche that successful musicians and groups are more valued in the grave than in life. Few people understand that better than...

  9. #thanksShanghai

    MousePlanetMay 12 03:13 AM

    Disneyland blames more cuts on cost over-runs in China, shakes up Fastpass

  10. Against all odds, the animals of the 401-acre Newport Banning Ranch oil fields have endured. Burrowing owls, ospreys, least terns, red foxes, San Diego fairy shrimp and California gnatcatchers have survived decades of drought, oil production and encroaching development. But now they're in the crosshairs...

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