U.S. may tap oil reserves
U.S. officials worried skyrocketing gas prices may dent the nascent economy recovery, say the White House is considering a release of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve.
TED415 Session 6 Spring 2011
TED415 Multicultural Education Session Six 02/27/11 Jeff Miller
UN slaps sanctions on Libyan leaders
The United Nations Security Council has imposed "biting sanctions" on Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and his close aides.
Iraqis rally on "Day of Regret"
Iraqi protesters gather in Baghdad's central Tahrir Square to mark the anniversary of last year's inconclusive parliamentary elections.
Clinton to urge tough Libya sanctions
Hillary Clinton urges a more robust response on Libya to the U.N. Human Rights Council as official says sanctions could persuade Libya's ruling elite to ditch Gaddafi.
Ras Lanuf rebels prepare for offensive
Rebels prepare to defend key oil town of Ras Lanuf in Libya, as the EU becomes increasingly concerned about its citizens still in the country
9 Marks of a Healthy Church - Mark #5 - Mark Dever
In 2009, Dr. Mark Dever came and visited Queensland Theological College and did a lecture series on the nine marks of a healthy church.
Gates apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates apologizes for the accidental killing of nine Afghan boys last week -- calling it a "setback." Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Multiplying Monomials - FOIL
This video explains how to multiply monomials and binomials using different methods, including the distributive property and FOIL. FOIL is a mnemonic device to remember how to find the product of two binomials: we multiply the First, Outer, Inner, and then Last terms in each binomial. When multiplying monomials and binomials, it is important to remember the rules of multiplying exponents. (1:42)
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Cultural led regeneration part I
Dr Jonathan Vickery, from the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, talks about his study of cultural led regeneration under New Labour. Here he explains the concept and why the Labour government embraced it.
4.7 Summary Piaget proposed that all children pass through an ordered sequence of stages of cognitive development. This development arises through the processes of intrinsic motivation, assimilation and accommodation and equilibriation. Children's actions on the environment are the basic building blocks of development. Piaget argued that children reason differently to adults, as their mental representations of the world are initially c
Piaget proposed that all children pass through an ordered sequence of stages of cognitive development. This development arises through the processes of intrinsic motivation, assimilation and accommodation and equilibriation.
Children's actions on the environment are the basic building blocks of development.
Piaget argued that children reason differently to adults, as their mental representations of the world are initially c
Lecture 15, March 2
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Jobless claims sink to 2-1/2 yr low
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Conversations With History - Richard H. Solomon
"Negotiating Behavior" Richard H. Solomon, President, United States Institute of Peace Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Richard H. Solomon, President of the United States Institute of Peace. Ambassador Solomon reflects on his career as Sinologist, diplomat, and negotiator. He discusses his involvement in the breakthrough to China in the Nixon Kissinger era of diplomacy and speculates on the trajectory of U.S. China relations. He recalls his involvement in the negotiations that led t