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US poised to ratify nuclear treaty with Russia

WASHINGTON — A landmark treaty on nuclear arms that will bind the United States and Russia is set for ratification Wednesday after an arduous Senate battle, handing President Barack Obama a major diplomatic triumph. “We are on the brink of writing the next chapter in the 40-year history of wrestling…

US walks out of Ahmadinejad UN speech

US walks out of Ahmadinejad UN speech, Iranian says most people think US staged 9/11 attacks. President Barack Obama and his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad traded accusations about their nations’ nuclear programs, but both left the door open to further negotiations about the nuclear impasse. In his speech Thursday to…

Arsenal’s First Month

Surely a lot has been written and will continue to be written about Arsenal’s ability to compete for real silverware this season. Beating the Boltons, Blackpools, and Bragas of the world convincingly at home is not going to alarm Chelsea or Man U nor should it. Until they prove themselves…

Liverpool: Lost points always sting

Liverpool’s run of back luck continued on Sunday. One of the world’s best keepers clutched and stabbed at the ball but only succeeded in deflecting it back into his own goal. In the 90th minute. After his side had fought valiantly down to 10 — and sometimes 9 — men.…

Lieberman ‘hesitant’ to support Obama nuclear treaty

A neoconservative thinly disguised as an independent is unhappy with the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty signed by Russia and the United States this week. Sen. Joe Lieberman told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he would be hesitant to support the new nuclear treaty with Russia if President Barack Obama doesn’t…

Official: Obama mulls ‘dramatic reductions’ in nuclear arsenal

WASHINGTON (AFP) – US President Barack Obama plans “dramatic reductions” in the country’s nuclear weapons’ stockpile as part of a sweeping policy review, a senior administration official told AFP on Monday. The review of US nuclear policy “will point to dramatic reductions in the stockpile, while maintaining a strong and…

4 spots for 6 teams

On Saturday, Adebayor face-stomped Robin van Persie. That was the first bush-league move from Manchester City all season… unless you count Adebayor’s celebratory slide in front of Arsenal’s grumpy fans. Other than the antics of the Premier League’s version of Terrell Owens, though, City has looked every bit the part…

Arsenal’s good start continues

Arseblog has a thorough recap of yesterday’s impressive 4-1 win over Portsmouth with links to an interesting Arshavin interview (and the awesome photo below) and Wenger’s post-game thoughts. My less-important post-game thoughts: Diaby was impressive. Abou followed an impressive performance as a substitute against Celtic with two goals in the…

Arsenal-Celtic Round-Up

As far as Champs qualifying rounds go, you couldn’t ask for a better match-up than Arsenal-Celtic. A scrappy, capable underdog with rowdy home fans vs. everybody’s Premier League darling from a few days ago. As stoney pointed out, injuries have dented Arsenal in the midfield, and I would agree with…

Game Day

Remember this? It was only three days ago, and yet today’s Champions League game will have a very different tone. Arsenal’s midfield is currently in tatters. Walcott, Nasri, and Rosicky are out. Cesc and Denilson are questionable. Also, Sagna may not play today. If all of the questionable folks don’t…

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