Decision comes after Iran agrees to let nuclear inspectors into their key military base
After Iran was willing to let nuclear investigators into on of their key military bases, The United States along with other countries agreed to resume peace talks that have been suspended since January 2011.
Despite the delay, the rule should be implemented by the end of this year and will affect all drivers
The Federal government delayed a rule last week, requiring rearview cameras be installed in all new vehicles. The rule is expected to be complete by the end of this year.
According to the New York Times, a 2008 law called on regulators to set new rear visibility standards by February 28, 2011. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has already extended that deadline several times.
Top colleges and universities want Daniela Pelaez to come to their school, but one immigration judge wants her out of this country
Daniela Pelaez immigrated to the United States from Colombia with her family 14 years ago. Today, she is the valedictorian of her North Miami Senior High School class in Florida with a 6.7 grade point average. As she waits to hear from top universities across the country, an immigration judge ruled last week that Daniela and her sister, Dayana, are to be deported for being in this country illegally.
The convoy delivered supplies, food, and medicine to people trapped in the bombardment of Homs
After almost a month of rebel-government fighting in the city of Homs, Syria, the Red Cross has finally reached the city and has announced it is ready to distribute supplies to the people still living in the area. The Red Cross reported it would specifically enter the 28th district of Baba Amr that has faced devastation and death during the siege, according to BBC News.
Around 3,400 candidates are competing for 290 seats in this parliamentary election on Friday
The ninth parliamentary election in Iran opens on Friday. This poll has been the first national vote since the disputed presidential vote in 2009, which lead protests against the government of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The poll opens for ten hours, and the result are expected Sunday for larger cities and Monday for rural areas. Many Iranians wait to see out of more than 48 million eligible voters how many of them will vote new members of parliament this year.