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  • McCain Warns of an Obama Court - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes. com

    McCain Warns of an Obama Court - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • McCain Warns: “There Will Be Other Wars” – Politics on The Huffington Post, by Sam Stein

    mjh's blog — 2008 — January

  • McCain Warns of an Obama Court - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes. com

    McCain Warns of an Obama Court - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • More: Europe's borrowing rules diversify European Central Bank cuts bond purchases Moody's Warns U.K. on Outlook Related Video Since Greece voted on a new austerity package, supposedly clearing the way for its second bailout, the euro has actually fallen.

    Europe's Growth Woes Worsen

  • More Heard: The Roadblock in GM's Route Through China China Warns of Car-Market Slowdown Indeed, Chinese companies put their electrified vehicles out front at the multihall Shanghai show, with cutaways of the battery compartments and stylish electrical cords painted on the doors of vehicles that, for the most part, remain concepts.

    On the Road in China

  • EARNINGS AmEx Warns About Profit, Says It Will Cut 550 Jobs American Express Co. said it will cut about 550 jobs as it consolidates some facilities and projected fourth-quarter earnings slightly below estimates.

    Financial Briefing Book: Jan. 20

  • More IMF Chief Warns of Compounding Risks Dow Sinks 6.4% for Week CME Raises Metal Margin Requirements The recent downdraft for precious metals came after the Federal Reserve this week acknowledged the economy is in worse shape than it thought, a sign that inflation will be of no concern for some time.

    Market Rout Claims New Victim

  • By the mid-afternoon the mayor's comments were on the top of the Drudge Report: "Bloomberg Warns of Riots," the headline screamed.

    Much Ado About 'Riots'

  • More Geithner Warns Europeans Greek Leader Postpones Trip Roche Keeps Drugs From Greek Hospitals In a sign that the EU is moving to recognize a sovereign default as a more probable scenario than before, the 27-member bloc is now examining the option of including tougher scrutiny of banks' sovereign debt holdings as part of efforts to make bank stress tests more credible, according to an EU official.

    EU Ends Talks With Little Progress in Overcoming Divisions

  • More from Davos Davos Live: Updates from the forum Photos: Day 1 | Video Hungary's Premier Softens Stance IMF Warns of Hit to Creditors on Greece Deal Ms. Merkel's speech was closely watched to see if she would open the way to new approaches to dealing with the debt crisis.

    Merkel Offers No Magic Bullet

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