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Monday, February 15, 2010

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  • Clinton Seeks Saudi Help On Iran
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in Riyadh on Monday seeking Saudi King Abdullah's help in convincing China to agree to new U.N. sanctions against Iran. Earlier, Clinton had harsh words for Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, which the West says is behind the country's nuclear program.
  • Former IAEA Chief Backs Diplomacy On Iran
    The former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says collective global diplomacy rather than isolation is the preferred course of action when handling Iran and its nuclear program. Mohammed ElBaradei also says sanctions should not be the only tool while dealing with the Islamic republic.
  • Indiana's Bayh To Retire From Senate
    Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh of Indiana confirmed Monday that he will not seek re-election this fall, injecting fresh uncertainty into a midterm election cycle that could further complicate President Obama's effort to push initiatives through Congress.
  • Experts Gather For Hackers' Convention
    Every year in Arlington, Va., thousands of computer security experts, hackers and FBI agents attend BlackHat in hopes of learning how to stop the next big cyber threat. Events include hacking competitions and training, as well as lectures on computer security.
  • Google's New Ventures Examined
    All Tech Considered regular Omar Gallaga talks about what's new with Google. He discusses the company's stand-off with China, its entry into the world of ultra-high-speed Internet and its new social networking feature, Google Buzz.
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops: Old-Time Music With A Twist
    A traditional black string band with a modern twist, the group employs a range of traditional instruments: several banjos, a fiddle, a ceramic jug, bones and a kazoo, to name a few.
  • U.S. Wins First Nordic Combined Medal
    Johnny Spillane of the U.S. Nordic combined team took home a silver medal Sunday, the first time the U.S. has won a medal in the sport. Tom Steitz, former head coach for the U.S. Olympic Nordic Combined Skiing Team, discusses the win.
  • Ski Industry Grapples With Hard Times
    Tough times continue to plague the ski industry: Ski vacation bookings in Western states are down compared to last year, which was one of the worst ever. Many resorts are grappling with a double whammy, the poor economy and inconsistent snowfall due to an El Nino weather pattern.
  • At Mekong's Source In China, Past And Present Collide
    The Mekong River, one of the world's longest waterways, has a long and turbulent history. It begins its 3,000-mile journey high on the Tibetan plateau of China's Qinghai province, where its once-nomadic residents try to preserve their culture and traditions against the challenges of modernity.
  • Marines Continue Afghan Offensive
    U.S. Marines took sniper fire, cleared mines and booby traps while trying to retake the Taliban stronghold of Marjah. The Marines are three days into an offensive that has killed two coalition soldiers, at least 27 insurgents and 12 civilians.

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