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Conservatives Initially Offered To Pay Duffy Expenses, Reports Say

July 5, 2013 |

The Conservative Party of Canada originally planned to repay Senator Mike Duffy’s improperly claimed expenses with party funds, according to published media reports that quoted documents filed in court.

The party was considering paying Duffy’s expenses when it was thought they totalled about $ 32,000, but when the amount turned out to be more than $ 90,000, the party changed its mind, the Globe & Mail, CTV and Star reported Thursday.

Huffington Post

Sanctions relief offered in Iranian nuclear talks

February 25, 2013 |

Chief Iranian nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili, left, shakes hands with Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev prior their talks in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Iran and six world powers, five permanent U.N. Security council members and Germany, are set to hold talks in Kazakhstan this week on Tehran's controversial nuclear program.(AP Photo/Pavel Mikheyev)ALMATY, Kazakhstan (AP) — World powers fearful of scuttling negotiations are offering Iran new, though meager, sanctions relief if Tehran curbs its nuclear program. But they warned Monday that it's unlikely that any compromise will be reached soon.

Yahoo! News – Top Stories

Stepfather: Clinton Offered Sympathies

January 24, 2013 |

Stepfather: Clinton Offered Sympathies

Hillary Clinton

AFP / Getty Images

While Hillary Clinton was being grilled by lawmakers, the stepfather of slain ambassador Chris Stevens said she gave the family condolences.What he says she still hasn’t done, though

Comet staff offered Dixons jobs

November 7, 2012 |

The electrical chain Dixons is offering Christmas jobs to hundreds of Comet staff who face redundancy because their firm is insolvent.
BBC News – Business

Reward offered by L.A. bond guru adds to intrigue over art theft

September 25, 2012 |

Jeffrey Gundlach, one of the world’s top bond gurus, issues a $ 1.7-million reward for the safe return of art stolen from his Santa Monica home.

Even by Hollywood standards, the audacious art heist from the home of a wealthy L.A. money man is an intriguing whodunit.

L.A. Times – Business