Bank of America Corp. said late Thursday that the U.S. government's "pay czar," Kenneth Feinberg, suggested to out-going Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Lewis that he should take no compensation for 2009.
The Pittsburgh region's ongoing challenges with diversity and inclusion received fresh attention last month with the publication of a report by Sustainable Pittsburgh, a nonprofit agency advocating for sustainable development.
Former President George H.W. Bush doesn't like the "ugliness" President Barack Obama has faced since taking office, but he thinks it's no worse than his son experienced and is not about Obama being black.
West African leaders said Saturday they are imposing an arms embargo on Guinea after soldiers there fatally shot pro-democracy demonstrators and will try to stop Guinea's military ruler from running in January's presidential election.
Insisting he's "just getting started," President Barack Obama defended his administration Thursday against complaints from some residents of the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast that federal help in recovering from the 2005 disasters hasn't improved much since he took office.
The United States is at least a year away from pulling out of a recession, and President Barack Obama is "learning" but relies too heavily on advisers with backgrounds in academia and not enough real-world experience.