Russia

Business
3:48 pm
Thu November 15, 2012

Washington companies hope U.S. passes Russian trade bill

Washington farmers could sell more food to Russia if the trade bill passes
mekiaries

Everyone from Boeing to fish processors and apple growers stands to benefit if the U.S. normalizes trade relations with Russia. That’s coming up for a vote Friday in the House of Representatives.

Russia joined the World Trade Organization in August and lowered a whole bunch of tariffs on things like airplanes and fish.

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The Digital Future
4:30 am
Tue November 29, 2011

Countering the cyber espionage threat from China and Russia

The cover of the cyber espionage report to Congress
Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive

It's official: China and Russia are the two biggest sources of cyber espionage attacks against the United States.

The Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive singled out those two nations in a recent report to Congress (coincidentally, it's been difficult to reach the counterintelligence website since the report came out and those links may not work).

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FIFA World Cup
7:58 am
Thu December 2, 2010

No World Cup for Seattle and U.S. in 2022

A Qatari man displays the national flag and blows on a vuvuzelas, at Doha souk where people gathered to hear FIFA's selection on World Cup sites for 2018 and 2022, Dec. 2, 2010. Qatar won the 2022 bid.
AP

Seattle will not be hosting World Cup matches in 2022.  The United States was up against four other countries to host the World Cup. But the bid has gone to the Middle Eastern country Qatar.  

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