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keptical about the handling of the accident and the investigation.The Cabinet statement cited "serious design flaws and major safety risks" and what it said were a string of errors in equipment procurement and management. It also criticized the Railways Ministry's rescue efforts.The report affirmed earlier government statements that a lightning strike caused one bullet train to stall and then a sensor failure and missteps by train controllers allowed a second train to keep moving on the same track and slam into it.Those singled out for blame included former Minister of Railways Liu Zhijun, a bullet train booster who was detained in February amid a graft investigation. Also criticized was the general manager of the company that manufactured the signal, who died of a heart attack while talking to investigators in August.The decision to assign blame to one figure who already has been jailed and another who is dead, along with mid-level managers who have been fired,


research, mainly through the National Institutes of Health. It was not considered particularly controversial. But things changed during the congressional health care debate, after former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made the claim, now widely debunked, that Obama and the Democrats were setting up "death panels" to ration care.As a result, lawmakers hedged the new institute with caveats. It was set up as an independent nonprofit organization, with a .org Internet address instead of .gov. The government cannot dictate Selby's research agenda. And there are limitations on how the Health and Human Services department can use the research findings in decisions that affect Medicare and Medicaid.Selby says the institute is taking seriously the term "patient-centered" in its name. Patients will not be merely subjects of research; they and their representatives will be involved in setting the agenda and overseeing the process."We are talking about patients


suggests any additional political fallout will be limited.Several officials including a former Communist Party secretary of the Shanghai Railway Bureau were ordered dismissed from their party posts, a penalty that is likely to end their career advancement. Others received official reprimands but there was no mention of possible criminal charges.The bullet train, based on German and Japanese systems, is one facet of far-reaching government technology ambitions that call for developing a civilian jetliner, a Chinese mobile phone standard and advances in areas from nuclear power to genetics.The bullet train system quickly grew to be the world's biggest but has suffered embarrassing setbacks. After the Wenzhou crash, 54 trains used on the Beijing-to-Shanghai line were recalled for repairs following delays caused by equipment failures.Critics complain authorities have spent too much on high-speed lines while failing to invest enough in expanding cheaper, slower routes


he Dragon Tattoo") and Cameron Crowe ("We Bought a Zoo") -- with casts that include Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson and Daniel Craig -- opened with modest to weak results.Despite predictions from studio executives that 2011 could be a record-setter that would finish with a bang, domestic revenues remained stuck at a sluggish pace that has lingered all year.Hollywood should finish the year with $10.1 billion domestically, down 4.5 percent from 2010, according to box-office tracker Hollywood.com.The picture gets worse taking into account higher ticket prices, which mean Hollywood brings in fewer fans for each dollar spent. Actual domestic attendance for 2011 will close out at about 1.27 billion, down 5.3 percent from the previous year's and the lowest head count since 1995, when admissions totaled 1.26 billion."Thank God 2011 is almost over, because we've had a real rough run here at the end of the year," said Hollywood.com analyst Paul Dergarabedian. "We always co


panies from China, Angola, Algeria and others. Few of those companies are seen as having the capital or experience of the Exxons or Shells of the world.Exxon Mobil has not commented on the deal since it was announced by the Kurds in mid-November. Officials from the company did not respond to requests for comment.If the deal goes forward, it would be an enormous vote of confidence for the Kurds' oil policy and could open the door for other majors to jump in."This is a further step for the Kurds' autonomy in the federated Iraq," Theodore Karasik, an analyst at the Dubai-based Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis said.For the company, the deal's benefits are obvious. It allows Exxon Mobil to retain a share of the profits from the oil produced while the service contracts offered by Baghdad provide the firms with a flat fee per barrel of oil produced for their services.The Kurds win the coup of netting a major company. They have unilaterally signed sc


An Italian oil tanker was hijacked close to the coast of Oman early Tuesday morning in an area where Somali pirates are known to operate, AFP reported.The ship, which is owned by Marnavi, was reportedly carrying 18 people. The Italian navy was informed of the incident and the company has been in touch with the foreign ministry, the report said.There were six Italians, five Ukrainians and seven Indians onboard when the ship came under attack in the early hours of Tuesday morning.The ship was carrying a cargo of caustic soda to the Mediterranean.On Dec. 21, another Italian oil tanker was freed after being in pirate captivity for more than 10 months after a ransom was paid, the report said.Ransoms for tankers often reach into the millions of dollars. The long coastline of war-ravaged Somalia provides a perfect haven for pirate gangs preying on shipping off the East African coast.The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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though analysts say Kim Yong Un is on the path toward cementing his power and all moves in North Korea so far -- from titles giving him power over the ruling party and military and his leading position in the funeral procession, his age and inexperience leave questions about Kim's long-term prospects. Whereas his father was groomed for power for 20 years before taking over, the younger Kim has had fewer than two years.He also faces the huge challenges of running a country that struggles to feed its people even as it pursues a nuclear weapons program that has earned it international sanctions and condemndation.Kim Jong Il -- who led with absolute rule after his father Kim Il Sung's death in 1994, through a famine that killed hundreds of thousands and the controversial buildup of North Korea's nuclear and missile programs -- died of a heart attack Dec. 17 at age 69.Mourners in parkas lined the streets of Pyongyang, waving, stamping and crying as the convoy beari


o give his name for fear of reprisals.The resident and other eyewitnesses said most of the tanks were gone but police and security agents were spread out. "Snipers are all over Homs, this is something the observers don't see," the resident said.Homs-based activist Majd Amer said members of the Syrian opposition wished to reach the observers but didn't know how."They are hostages in the hands of the regime," Amer said of the monitors. "They are totally dependent on authorities to move around, make calls and even to get their food and drink," he added in frustration.In Washington, State Department spokesman Mark Toner demanded Syrian authorities allow the monitors full access to the Syrian people."We expect that Arab League monitors will be able to deploy and move freely within Homs and other Syrian cities as protesters peacefully gather," Toner said Tuesday night. He suggested the international community "will consider other means to protect Syrian civilians" if


actor and is believed to have placed the ashes in or outside an entryway, near the trash.Flames quickly entered the house, spread throughout the first floor and licked upstairs, trapping the girls, the grandparents, the mother and the contractor, the city fire marshal said.That's when screams began to wake neighborhood residents, soon followed by the whine of fire engines.As flames shot from the home, owner Madonna Badger climbed out a window onto scaffolding, screaming for her children and pointing to the third floor.Firefighters used a ladder and construction scaffolding outside the house to reach the third floor, but heat and poor visibility in a hallway turned them back, said Brendan Keatley, a Stamford firefighter who was at the scene.The family friend, Michael Borcina, told firefighters on the ground that he had taken two girls to the second floor, but that they got separated because of the heat. Firefighters then went to the second floor but again were


research, mainly through the National Institutes of Health. It was not considered particularly controversial. But things changed during the congressional health care debate, after former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made the claim, now widely debunked, that Obama and the Democrats were setting up "death panels" to ration care.As a result, lawmakers hedged the new institute with caveats. It was set up as an independent nonprofit organization, with a .org Internet address instead of .gov. The government cannot dictate Selby's research agenda. And there are limitations on how the Health and Human Services department can use the research findings in decisions that affect Medicare and Medicaid.Selby says the institute is taking seriously the term "patient-centered" in its name. Patients will not be merely subjects of research; they and their representatives will be involved in setting the agenda and overseeing the process."We are talking about patients


ian civil aviation since the 1960s, with more than 800 planes built. It also has remained in service with many post-Soviet carriers.In recent years, Russia and other former Soviet nations have had some of the world's worst air traffic safety records. Experts blame poor maintenance of the aging aircraft, weak government controls, insufficient pilot training and a cost-cutting mentality.


Fox16.comDawna Natzke, 46, was last seen seen Dec. 21 leaving a Christmas party in Hot Springs Village.Authorities are searching for a missing Arkansas police dispatcher after finding her burned vehicle abandoned in the Ouachita National Forest.Dawna Natzke, a 46-year-old mother of three, was last seen seen Dec. 21 leaving a Christmas party in Hot Springs Village, where she worked as a police dispatcher, Fox affiliate KLRT-TV reported.Police found the charred remains of Natzke's 1997 teal green Ford Escort Wagon three days later off Arkansas Highway 298 in the Ouachita National Forest. The vehicle has been sent to a state crime lab, according to the station.Dog teams were reportedly called to search the area Monday, but uncovered no trace of the missing woman.Natzke is described as 5-foot-6 with brown hair with blonde highlights and brown eyes.Anyone with information on Natzke's whereabouts is being urged to call the Hot Springs Village Police at (501)922-0011.

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APMarch 3, 2011: Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., speaks as his wife Callista looks on during a meeting with Gov. Nathan Deal in the Governor's office in Atlanta. Decorah, Iowa Callista Gingrich has appeared the dutiful spouse on the campaign trail, regularly appearing at Newts side wordless but with a smile during his town hall speeches. Tuesday night, Callista broke her usual silence and spoke behind the podium to introduce her husband and best friend.A lot of people ask me why Newt would be a good president, she said to packed crowd at Mabe's Pizza in Decorah. And I really think that Newt has been preparing for this challenge his entire life. He has a proven record of national leadership, a thorough understanding of our nations history and a genuine love for our country.Her appearance comes amid renewed attention to Gingrichs marital history. Documents unearthed by CNN indicate that when Gingrich filed his divorce complaint in 1980, his wife Jack


The United Nations and the Iraqi government have announced that they have signed an agreement about what to do with 3,400 Iranian exiles who have been left stateless and under siege at a refugee camp in Iraq.But residents of Camp Ashraf say they fear for their lives, even though the Iraqis reportedly agreed to resettle these 3,400 Iranian exiles at Camp Liberty, the former U.S. military base near Baghdad, before helping them leave Iraq. The group is still waiting to view the signed agreement."The Secretary General's Special Representative has underscored that in any event, this is a voluntary and not a forcible relocation," said Shahin Gobadi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, the group's representative in Paris. "Ashraf residents had repeatedly emphasized that they would in no way accept forcible relocation."The State Department welcomed the announcement."We are encouraged by the Iraqi government's willingness to commit to this plan," Secretary of S


y arms-length insurance companies are hardly passive."And if its not passive, lawmakers contend, the income is taxable.AARP did not make anyone available for an interview, but did send a letter to Fox News from Kevin Donnellan, AARP executive vice president and chief communications officer, who wrote that AARPs chief aim is upholding its standards, and its actions are a detailed commitment to quality control on products offered in its name."We have spent more than five decades proving our commitment to helping older Americans obtain quality, affordable health so, of course, we take seriously how others use our name," Donnellan wrote. We are disappointed that this work should be the subject of congressional criticism.AARP makes the majority of its revenues from United's supplemental insurance policies to seniors, including what is known as Medigap, which covers things for which Medicare does not pay. One of AARP's many ads tells seniors that the insurance can hel


mage and being thin for girls. By constantly portraying these so called perfect bodies in the media, it can promote unhealthy eating, diet, and food disorder practices that can cause injury and sometimes death, not to mention the psychological damage that can severely impact self image and self-esteem.Networks and shows that cater to children need to be more mindful in both casting and writing to ensure that children of all shapes and sizes are represented and that serious eating issues are not mocked or marginalized, says psychotherapist Dr. Jenn Berman, the creator of the No More Diets iPad app.Corporations have a huge responsibility when creating programming for children, tweens and teens to be sensitive and help create positive body image instead of helping to create eating disorders, Berman told Fox411.com. They need to put girls and boys who have all different types of bodies and sizes and shapes in their shows and be very sensitive when talking about ea


TEHRAN, Iran Iran's official news agency is quoting a top official as saying Iran will close the Strait of Hormuz, cutting off oil exports, if the West imposes sanctions on Iran's oil shipments.According to the IRNA report Tuesday Vice President Mohamed Reza Rahimi said Iran does not want hostilities but charged that the West continues its plots against Iran.Rahimi has no major role in Iran's foreign or military policy.Iran is conducting a 10-day naval maneuver in the area the of the Strait of Hormuz, where about 40 percent of the world's oil supply passes. Closing the strait would have immense world economic impact.The West is considering limiting Iran's oil trade over its disputed nuclear program. Some 80 percent of Iran's foreign revenue comes from oil exports.


research, mainly through the National Institutes of Health. It was not considered particularly controversial. But things changed during the congressional health care debate, after former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made the claim, now widely debunked, that Obama and the Democrats were setting up "death panels" to ration care.As a result, lawmakers hedged the new institute with caveats. It was set up as an independent nonprofit organization, with a .org Internet address instead of .gov. The government cannot dictate Selby's research agenda. And there are limitations on how the Health and Human Services department can use the research findings in decisions that affect Medicare and Medicaid.Selby says the institute is taking seriously the term "patient-centered" in its name. Patients will not be merely subjects of research; they and their representatives will be involved in setting the agenda and overseeing the process."We are talking about patients

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APDec. 22, 2011: Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul speaks during a campaign stop in Dubuque, Iowa.For months, Ron Paul was by turns ignored, tolerated and occasionally even praised by his opponents in the Republican presidential race.But with the libertarian-leaning candidate surging to the front of the field in Iowa with less than a week to go before the caucuses, Paul's extensive record of outside-the-GOP-mainstream comments and views is coming under withering attack by his competitors.While some of his fellow Republicans have practically adopted his unwavering criticism of the Federal Reserve and Washington's spending habits over the course of the campaign, they are picking apart other aspects of his record -- in particular singling out his foreign policy views as dangerously isolationist.Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who mostly had stayed away from commenting on Paul's campaign, took a swipe Wednesday at the Texas congressman's hands-off at


BEIJING A long-awaited government report said design flaws and sloppy management caused a bullet train crash in July that killed 40 people and triggered a public outcry over the dangers of China's showcase transportation system.A former railway minister was among 54 officials found responsible for the crash, a Cabinet statement said Wednesday. Several were ordered dismissed from Communist Party posts but there was no word of possible criminal penalties.The crash report was highly anticipated by the public. The disaster near the southern city of Wenzhou also injured 177 people and had triggered a public outcry over the high cost and dangers of the bullet train system, a prestige project that once enjoyed lofty status on a level with the country's manned space program.Regulations had required the report to be released by Nov. 20. When that date passed, the government offered little explanation, drawing renewed criticism by state media, which have been unusually s


DES MOINES, Iowa Displaying the confidence of a front-runner, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney swept into Iowa on Tuesday ahead of next week's caucuses, shrugged off criticism from his Republican rivals and unleashed an attack on President Barack Obama."Mr. President, you have now had your moment. We have seen the results. And now, Mr. President, it is our time," Romney said in excerpts of a speech released in advance by his campaign.Romney spoke as his rivals vied in increasingly acerbic terms to emerge as his principal, conservative rival in the long march of primaries that will follow the caucuses. The Jan. 3 event is the official kick-off of the competition for delegates to next summer's Republican National Convention.The strongest rhetoric of the day came from former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who said unequivocally he would not vote for Rep. Ron Paul if the Texan is the party's opponent against Obama next fall. In an interview on CNN, Gingrich sa


to serve China's poor majority.Beijing is rapidly expanding China's 56,000-mile rail network, which is overloaded with passengers and cargo. But it has scaled back plans amid concern about whether the railway ministry can repay its mounting debts.On Friday, the current railways minister, Sheng Guangzu, announced railway construction spending next year will be cut to about $65 billion, down from this year's projected $75 billion.A failure to expand rail capacity could choke economic growth because exporters away from China's coast rely on rail to get goods to ports.The rail ministry's reported debt is $300 billion. Analysts say its revenues are insufficient to repay that. That has prompted concern the ministry might need to be bailed out by Chinese taxpayers.


t of about 4 million barrels of oil a day. It relies on oil exports for about 80 percent of its public revenues.Iran has adopted an aggressive military posture in recent months in response to increasing threats from the U.S. and Israel that they may take military action to stop Iran's nuclear program.The navy is in the midst of a 10-day drill in international waters near the strategic oil route. The exercises began Saturday and involve submarines, missile drills, torpedoes and drones. The war games cover a 1,250-mile stretch of sea off the Strait of Hormuz, northern parts of the Indian Ocean and into the Gulf of Aden near the entrance to the Red Sea as a show of strength and could bring Iranian ships into proximity with U.S. Navy vessels in the area.Iranian media are describing how Iran could move to close the strait, saying the country would use a combination of warships, submarines, speed boats, anti-ship cruise missiles, torpedoes, surface-to-sea missiles a


Syrian border to the Iranian border, is one of Iraq's most nagging post-Saddam era problems. American forces for years acted as a buffer between the Kurds and Arabs in the area by building partnerships between Iraqi army forces and their Kurdish counterparts known as the peshmerga. But after the U.S. troops' withdrawal, officials warn violence could flare there.Parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi, a Sunni Arab nationalist from Ninevah and an outspoken opponent to Kurdish land ambitions, called the granting of the exploration blocs an "unacceptable violation" of Ninevah's administrative boundaries and demanded it be annulled. Opposition to the Kurds' moves is one of the few things that unite Sunni Arabs and the Shiite parties that dominate the Baghdad government.A day earlier, a Ninevah provincial delegation to Baghdad files an official complaint to the government, according to provincial councilman Abdul-Rahim al-Shimmari.Baghdad and the Kurdish government have

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titude toward Iran's nuclear program."The greatest threat that Israel faces, and frankly the greatest threat that the world faces, is a nuclear Iran. ... We have differing views on this," Romney said at a cafe in Muscatine, Iowa. "Actually one of the people running for president thinks it's OK for Iran to have a nuclear weapon. I don't."Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, whose numbers in Iowa have dropped precipitously while Paul's have climbed, has emerged as one of the Texas congressman's toughest critics in the closing days of the Iowa blitz.Asked Tuesday whom he would vote for if left with a choice between Paul and President Obama, Gingrich bucked Republicans' typical anybody-but-Obama answer, calling that a "very hard choice.""I think Barack Obama is very destructive to the future of the United States. I think Ron Paul's views are totally outside the mainstream of virtually every decent American," he said.Gingrich continued to criticize Paul over a series


is came soon after Jolie herself announced she was neither pregnant nor looking to adopt in the near future.The narrative continues. According to OK! magazine this week Angie and Brad have Shocking Baby News. Its back on! Apparently the pair are planning to have/get another baby in 2012.Kim KardashianIn what might be the most implausible baby news of the year, just weeks after she announced her divorce from Kris Humphries Star magazine announced that Kim Kardashian was pregnant with Kris baby. That seemed tricky. The magazine cited sources from her inner circle as buzzing that she could already be pregnant!But that Kardashian cover wasnt entirely without precedent. In September Life & Style declared that Kim was having a Honeymoon Baby!It seems now no babies were made during the brief union. That doesnt mean Kim wont be pregnant again in 2012.With twins!The Lovely and Talented Jennifer AnistonAniston classes up the red carpet at an Elle magazine event in Bever


ighted."This just strikes me as a component of finding ways to treat better and spend smarter," she said.


FORT WAYNE, Ind. A babysitter and trusted neighbor has confessed that he bludgeoned a 9-year-old Indiana girl to death with a brick then dismembered her, hiding her head, hands and feet at his home and dumping the rest of her remains nearby, police said Tuesday.Allen County sheriff's investigators said in an affidavit that 39-year-old Michael Plumadore admits he killed Aliahna Lemmon on Thursday.According to the affidavit, Plumadore told police that after beating Aliahna to death, he stuffed her body into trash bags and hid her in the freezer at his home in a rundown trailer park in Fort Wayne. He said he later chopped up her body and stuffed her remains into freezer bags.Police said Plumadore told them he had hidden Aliahna's head, feet and hands at his trailer and discarded her other remains at a nearby business. Police obtained a warrant to search his trailer on Monday and found the body parts.The affidavit does not provide details about why Plumadore kill


t through. Ibrahim said her family, from the conservative southern Egyptian city of Sohag, was supportive of her going public."I was devastated," she told the private ONTV network. "I was hurt, and sad, and didn't expect that from them (soldiers.) The first thing dad said is...only the law will help you."


be a lightning rod. Schoen said.Obama has an incentive to make the appointments. A board shutdown would infuriate labor unions since a friendly NLRB will help them expand union power."I guess he could squeeze that in, but I think it is a bad idea. I think recess appointments, for the most part, are done to bypass the Senate, the advice and consent that is required under the Constitution," said Sen. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga.Gingrey is one of several lawmakers who say not only do they want to avoid the recess appointments, they want the NLRB to disappear altogether.The NLRB had tried to prevent Boeing from opening a plant in South Carolina, a right-to-work state, saying to do so would be to bypass union rules on its plant in Washington state. The complaint was dropped after Boeing extended its contract with labor groups in Washington to 2016 and agreed its 737 Max airplane would be built on the West Coast.Gingrey said that action is way beyond the scope of the NLRB

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epublican legislation.He was one of only two Senate Democrats to support a failed Republican bid to block new federal controls on power plant pollution that blows downwind into other states earlier this year.However, Nelson's vote in favor of Obama's signature health reform measure left the Republicans confident they could beat him next year. The health reforms are strongly opposed by many Nebraska conservatives, and after the vote Nebraska Republicans immediately kicked off a "Give Ben the Boot" campaign.Nelson also was one of five Democratic senators targeted by a national conservative group with ties to Republican strategist Karl Rove. The group, Crossroads GPS, spent $1.6 million on ads attacking Nelson as well as Sens. Bill Nelson of Florida, Clair McCaskill of Missouri, Jon Tester of Montana and Sherrod Brown of Ohio -- all considered top targets by national Republicans in 2012."For once Senator Nelson has listened to Nebraskans," Nebraska Republican Party


Stapel, a media darling whose name frequented the New York Times, may have faked data in at least 30 papers, according to a report from Stapel's university, Tilburg University in the Netherlands. Stapel has since been suspended from Tilburg pending further investigation.The objective reader must now question other pet theories from Stapel. These include his "findings" that beauty-advertising works because it makes women feel worse about themselves, and that conservative politics leads to hypocrisy.#1: Chronic fatigue syndrome is caused by a virus.Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder of unknown origin. Some researchers, in fact, consider this a psychological disorder largely confined to wealthier countries, affecting women more than men.Then came a study published in Science in October 2009 by researchers from the Whittemore Peterson Institute in Reno, Nevada. The researchers associated CFS with something called xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related vir


Remembrance of Alexis Marron" was also created in his honor."It's gonna be really difficult," Jessica Cruz told MyFoxChicago.com. "He just had a smile on his face. It's gonna be really hard to go back to school and graduate without him being there."The Associated Press contributed to this report.Click here for more on this report from MyFoxChicago.com.


BUENOS AIRES, Argentina A group of 50 Argentine women threatened to sue their plastic surgeons on Tuesday if they don't get free replacements of faulty French breast implants.The group is led by attorney Virginia Luna, who herself has the "PIP" silicone gel packs implanted in her breasts. She said five of her clients have obtained out-of-court agreements to provide free replacements, and if the rest don't get them as well, her group will sue.The implants made by the now-defunct French company Poly Implant Prothese were banned last year in countries around the world after more than 1,000 women suffered ruptures. In all, 30,000 French women got the implants, and could experience harmful leaks of cheap industrial-grade silicone -- not the medical-grade gel that higher-quality implants use.France's health system has recommended that any women with the implants get them replaced, and has agreed to pay for surgeries that could total millions of dollars. Not so in B


The Obama administration will ask Congress to raise the nation's borrowing limit by $1.2 trillion this week, marking the third and final increase from a deal negotiated over summer.Treasury officials say the increase will boost the nation's borrowing limit to $16.4 trillion. Treasury officials say the increase is necessary because the nation will be within $100 billion of the current limit by Friday.In August, Congress and the administration agreed to raise the borrowing limit by $2.1 trillion in three steps. The parties also agreed to cut more than $2 trillion from the deficit over the next 10 years.Congress can reject the increase, though Obama can then veto their objection. If Congress doesn't act by Jan. 14, the increase will take place automatically.


research, mainly through the National Institutes of Health. It was not considered particularly controversial. But things changed during the congressional health care debate, after former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made the claim, now widely debunked, that Obama and the Democrats were setting up "death panels" to ration care.As a result, lawmakers hedged the new institute with caveats. It was set up as an independent nonprofit organization, with a .org Internet address instead of .gov. The government cannot dictate Selby's research agenda. And there are limitations on how the Health and Human Services department can use the research findings in decisions that affect Medicare and Medicaid.Selby says the institute is taking seriously the term "patient-centered" in its name. Patients will not be merely subjects of research; they and their representatives will be involved in setting the agenda and overseeing the process."We are talking about patients

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NORTHAMPTON, Mass. A lawsuit brought by the parents of Phoebe Prince, a 15-year-old Irish immigrant in Massachusetts who committed suicide after relentless bullying, was settled for $225,000, according to documents made public Tuesday.The settlement with the town of South Hadley and its school department was reached more than a year ago, but the details were kept under wraps until a journalist won a court order for the release of the information.The documents show that Prince's parents settled claims against the town and its school department for $225,000. In return, the parents promised to release the plaintiffs from any further claims.The documents were released by the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, which represented Slate reporter Emily Bazelon in her bid to for the disclosure of the settlement."This is a victory for the public's right to know and for transparency in government," said Bill Newman, an attorney with the ACLU's legal office in


MONTERREY, Mexico Police in the northern Mexico state of Nuevo Leon said Tuesday that information provided by arrested members of a kidnapping gang has led them to at least seven bodies found buried in shallow graves or dumped in a well.By nightfall, Nuevo Leon state police had found seven sets of human remains around the cities of Linares and Montemorelos, near the border with Tamaulipas state. Four bodies were found burned or half-buried, and three others had apparently been thrown down a well.A Nuevo Leon state detective who was not authorized to be quoted by name said information from a band of five kidnappers detained over the weekend by soldiers led police to the bodies.The soldiers detained the gang after a woman's relatives alerted a passing army patrol that she was being kidnapped.Nuevo Leon security spokesman Jorge Domene said the gang worked for the Zetas drug cartel.Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon have been the scene of bloody turf battles between the Z


against the Gingrich-Romney duo. And I think that I'm going to be the one coming out Iowa with that mantle."And if we can do that, then we're off to the races here, and conservatives around the country, just like they're doing here in Iowa, are going to start rallying around our campaign," he said.Santorum isn't the only one making a last-ditch effort around the state to appeal to social conservatives. Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann are likely Santorum's most competitive among the social conservative crowd. And both are working vigorously to get supporters to show up at the caucuses next Tuesday night. Bachmann also won a coveted show of support from Phyllis Schlafly, founder of the conservative Eagle Forum, who on Tuesday said Bachmann "has the courage to be a leader among her peers.""She is a real champion in speaking up for values we care about. Michele is a woman of faith and the mother of a beautiful family. She has a 100 percent pro-life record and is a


ian civil aviation since the 1960s, with more than 800 planes built. It also has remained in service with many post-Soviet carriers.In recent years, Russia and other former Soviet nations have had some of the world's worst air traffic safety records. Experts blame poor maintenance of the aging aircraft, weak government controls, insufficient pilot training and a cost-cutting mentality.


nd that allowing more visitors would put the nation at greater risk."Everybody would like to find a way to admit as many people as possible to visit here providing that they visit and then go home," said Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies, an anti-immigration group based in Washington, D.C."A lot of consular officers underestimate how much people want to come and live here," she said.Nearly 7.6 million nonimmigrant visas were issued in 2001, compared with fewer than 6.5 million in 2010. The number of visa applicants also dropped sharply after 2001. Those combined forces pushed the U.S. share of global travelers down to 12 percent last year, from 17 percent before 2001.The proposed immigration overhaul has largely been driven by the U.S. Travel Association, the tourism industry's lobbying giant, and has been endorsed by business titans such as the National Retail Federation, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and Walt


up in the past months remain in jail.The Arab observers kicked off their one month mission in the violence-wracked country with a visit on Tuesday to Homs -- the first time Syria has allowed outside monitors to the city at the heart of the anti-government uprising.A local official in Homs told The Associated Press that four observers were in the city on Wednesday as well, touring various districts. He declined to give his details and spoke on condition of anonymity for security reasons.Syrian TV said observers toured several trouble spots in Homs including the neighborhoods of Bab Sbaa, Baba Amr, Inshaat and al-Muhajireen, adding they met with residents there.Homs residents said anti-government protesters were preparing for a second day of demonstrations, despite a massive security presence in the city."I can see riot police with shields and batons on main streets and intersections, they are everywhere," said one resident, speaking over the phone. He declined t