Los Angeles Times - 30 minutes ago
The temblor snaps power lines, shatters windows and is felt over a wide area, but no major injuries are reported. 'It was a monstrous one,' a merchant says.
6.5 quake rocks Humboldt County San Francisco Chronicle
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com - 4 hours ago
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Reuters - - 4 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid apologized to President Barack Obama on Saturday for comments he made during the 2008 presidential campaign that critics find racially offensive.
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Aljazeera.net - 3 hours ago
The head of the CIA has denied that lax security measures enabled a suicide bomber to kill eight people, including seven of the US agency's intelligence officers, at a base in Afghanistan.
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San Francisco Chronicle - - 1 hour ago
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Detroit Free Press - 1 hour ago
• A New York man arrested in connection with an alleged bomb plot targeting the city was charged Saturday with conspiracy to commit murder and receiving terrorist training from al-Qaida.
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Wall Street Journal - - 7 hours ago
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Bloomberg - - 25 minutes ago
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Washington Post - - 13 hours ago
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CNET - - 8 hours ago
Once an Apple engineer, Andy Rubin went on to co-found mobile computing outfits Danger and Android. He sold the former to Microsoft and the latter to Google, where he is now vice president of engineering.
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Ars Technica - 16 hours ago
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Reuters - - 10 hours ago
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New York Times - 1 hour ago
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FOXSports.com - - 2 hours ago
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Washington Post - - 29 minutes ago
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ENC Today - 43 minutes ago
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San Francisco Chronicle - - 8 hours ago
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Washington Times - Jan 6, 2010
While two Senate Democrats already have seen the handwriting on the wall and bailed out of re-election races, five others trail Republicans in states where President Obama and his trillion-dollar health-care-reform plan are increasingly unpopular.
Wall Street Journal - - 17 hours ago
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CNNMoney.com - - Jan 6, 2010
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Los Angeles Times - - Jan 6, 2010
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New York Times - - Jan 5, 2010
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