Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Lawyer: Pakistani nuclear scientist freed from house arrest

Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani scientist who admitted leaking nuclear secrets to North Korea, Iran and Libya and then recanted his confession, has been released from house arrest after it was declared illegal by the Islamabad High Court, his attorney told CNN Friday.

Lawyer: Pakistani nuclear scientist freed from house arrest

Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani scientist who admitted leaking nuclear secrets to North Korea, Iran and Libya and then recanted his confession, has been released from house arrest after it was declared illegal by the Islamabad High Court, his attorney told CNN Friday.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Couple loves cloned best friend

Edgar and Nina Otto say they had no idea how their four-legged clone would react to them. But last week, after waiting several months, the yellow Labrador puppy bounded off an airplane at Miami International Airport, right into their arms. Lancelot Encore is his name, or Lancy for short.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Commentary: Obama already struggling with lobbyist promises

I want you to hear something President-elect Barack Obama said just about a year ago:

Obama fires up House Democrats to help push through stimulus bill

President Barack Obama said Thursday that "the scale and the scope" of his economic plan is right, turning up the heat on critics he said were hawking "phony arguments" and "false theories of the past" to chip away at the bill's programs.

We're divorced -- you're not my friend

When does asking an ex-spouse for a favor cross the line?

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Fired exec: 'Starbucks saved my life'

Michael Gates Gill was a high-flying, six-figure-earning advertising executive years ago before he was abruptly fired. He had created huge campaigns for companies like Christian Dior and Ford and lived an even bigger life, with luxury automobiles, lavish vacations and fabulous clothes.

Atlantans thank Obama: 'We can become something great'

The Rev. Martin Luther King is looking down on the United States, smiling, Otis Sutton said Wednesday.