Your Search Returned 490 tagged news reports
Comptroller John Liu is joining the Bill de Blasio bandwagon. Mr. Liu, who was defeated by Mr. de Blasio in the Democratic mayoral primary earlier this month, will endorse his former rival today, according to sources. The announcement will be at a
A businesswoman implicated along with former railways minister Liu Zhijun stood trial on Tuesday in a Beijing court on bribery and illegal business operation charges. Ding Yuxin, also known as Ding Shumiao, is the former legal representative of
Liu triumphed 11-1, 11-6, 11-4, 13-11. "Because it is a group game, adapting to a circumstance is priority," Liu was quoted as saying by Xinhua. Singapore's Feng Tianwei came from behind to beat Ai Fukuhara 4-2.
Brooklyn's Long Island University says it wants to build a state-of-the-art sports facility, but some neighbors are saying no way...Soccer players are among those leading the charge for an expansion. "It's 10 yards shorter than every other normal
He's documented ecological restoration projects around the world to prove it...Even a brief telephone conversation about setting up an interview launches him into a speech about ecological restoration, Earth's future, and the errors of humanity's
Muslim New Yorkersincluding allegations that entire mosques were deemed terrorist organizationsthe reaction in some quarters of city politics was swift. Comptroller John Liu, a candidate for mayor, was particularly incensed by today's Associated
According to the indictment, Bo abused his position to seek benefits for others and accepted bribes in the form of property and large sums of money. The indictment was delivered to Jinan Intermediate People's Court on July 25. Bo's trial will start
Germany yesterday blasted a ruling by a Chinese court to uphold an 11-year prison sentence handed to the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo. Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman said she had followed the case of Liu Hui closely and
A Chinese court yesterday upheld an 11-year prison sentence handed to the brother-in-law of jailed Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, a lawyer said. Police had detained Liu Hui in January on suspicion of committing fraud in connection with a real-estate deal.
The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944-1956 , by Anne Applebaum. (Anchor, $17.95.) In her Pulitzer Prize-winning Gulag (2003), Applebaum documented the horror of Stalin's Soviet terror machine. Now this remarkable sequel, drawn from newly opened