Thursday, September 2, 2010

Press Briefing

Sep 02, 2010

What Do We Know About the Impact of Remittances on Financial Development?

Teachers for Coverups - The Wall Street Journal applauds the L.A. Times's decision to publish evaluations of public school teachers

Briefing on U.S. Government's Continued Efforts to Disrupt and Dismantle Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan

The Lawfare Wars - The al-Nashiri bugout, and attack of the killer lawyers—on drones

The White House - Continued Recovery for America’s Agricultural Economy

If Saddam Had Stayed - Saddam would have joined the nuclear bad-boys club with Iran and North Korea

The White House - Forging Ahead on Middle East Peace Talks

Projects To Develop Novel Monitoring Networks for Advanced Power Systems Selected

Update: US Response to Pakistan's Flooding Disaster

Some Coal-Fired Power Plants Were Built Last Year, is This the Start of a New Trend or Are New Coal Plants Dead?

White House - New Resources for Employers and Unions to Help Keep Health Coverage Accessible and Affordable

The administration's 'summer of recovery' has fizzled in almost every way imaginable. The growth rate is less than half what it was at this stage after the 1974-75 and 1981-82 recessions.