Fears grow about U.S. dollar stability

Thursday, September 20, 2007 The U.S. economy and its currency as an instrument of world trade has suffered a series of major setbacks in recent months. Some analysts say that the Federal Reserve‘s September 18th dramatic rate cut to 4.75% from 5.25% may be a case of “too little, too late”, or that it was […]

Senior Chinese official executed for spying for Taiwan

Thursday, August 10, 2006 A Chinese government official convicted of working for the Taiwanese government has been executed, and thousands of civil workers viewed the taped trial for “educational purposes” on Monday. The prisoner’s name was Tong Daning and was in his mid-50’s and held a rank just under “Assistant-Minister” before he was found guilty […]

Wikinews interviews Jo Jorgensen, U.S. Libertarian Party presidential nominee

Thursday, October 29, 2020 Professor Jo Jorgensen of South Carolina, the U.S. Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nominee, answered some questions about her campaign from Wikinews accredited reporter William S. Saturn. Jorgensen is a psychology professor at Clemson University.   In 1992, with the Libertarian Party’s backing, she ran for public office, seeking South Carolina’s 4th […]

U.S. Senator Dodd bows out of presidential race

Friday, January 4, 2008 United States Senator Christopher Dodd left the Presidential race last night with his head “held high”, thanking “the Dodd Squad” and his supporters for their efforts and passion. Dodd ended the night with the sobering support of just one state delegate’s support in the Iowa Democratic caucuses. That was still better […]