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President Barack Obama vowed on Saturday not to abandon his push for financial regulatory and healthcare reforms as he sought to boost the morale of fellow Democrats after the loss of a pivotal US Senate seat.
'Snowmageddon' brings Washington to a standstill The Guardian
Obama: Parties need to cooperate on major issues Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - 22 minutes ago
Hundreds of thousands of homes in the District of Columbia lose power, and parts of Maryland and West Virginia are buried under 20 inches of snow.
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ANKARA, Turkey - The United States and Germany rejected the assertion by Iran that it was close to accepting an international compromise on its nuclear program.
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KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan's commercial capital Karachi was tense on Saturday a day after two bombs killed 31 people, raising further questions about the effectiveness of security crackdowns on al Qaeda-linked militants.
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By AP AP VIKTOR YANUKOVYCH: The Soviet industrial manager ran for president in 2004 with the backing of the Kremlin and then-Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma.
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Feb. 5, 2010: National Tea Party Convention organizer Judson Phillips addresses questions at a news conference in Nashville. Tea party leaders called for unity and action on Saturday, the closing day of their national convention, ...
Harnessing 'tea party' spirit won't be easy. Convention is proof. Christian Science Monitor
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LOS ANGELES, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Mudslides destroyed at least two homes and badly damaged a number of others on Saturday in foothills surrounding Los Angeles as a fierce winter storm pounded Southern California.
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Christian Science Monitor - - 2 hours ago
More than an 'unpaid advisor' to former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, 'First Dude' Todd Palin seemed to have has hands on the machinery of government and politics.
E-mails detail Todd Palin's role in Alaska decision-making Washington Post
Palin, Visible and Vocal, Is Positioned for Variety of Roles New York Times
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During an hour-long press conference near Toyota's headquarters here, Mr. Toyoda said the company would establish a "special global quality committee," and seek advice from outside experts to re-evaluate the ...
Video: Toyota Chief Apologizes for Global Recalls The Associated Press
Toyota's Pattern Is Slow Response on Safety Issues New York Times
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
YOU know we're in trouble when we're told that the economic problems in Greece, Portugal and Spain, the most indebted countries in the euro zone, are likely to remain safely contained in those nations.
AT A GLANCE: G-7: Officials Seek To Allay Euro-Zone Concerns Wall Street Journal
The Guardian - 27 minutes ago
Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs has sought to defuse outrage over pay at the top echelons of the industry by handing its chief executive, Lloyd Blankfein, a far lower than expected bonus of $9m (£5.8m) for a year in which it bounced back from financial ...
Some See Restraint in Goldman Chief's Bonus New York Times
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After a weeklong public dispute over e-book pricing, the paper and electronic titles of publisher Macmillan are returning to Amazon.
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - NASA's space shuttle Endeavour will blast off on Sunday on one of the last remaining shuttle missions, and the US agency's chief said on Saturday the days of big American solo initiatives in space were ...
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Prosecutor will file charges against Dr. Conrad Murray on Monday, officials say. The action comes after negotiations on his surrender bogged down, sources say.
Charges in Michael Jackson death expected Monday Washington Post
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For advertisers, the Super Bowl is still the biggest game of the year. But in today's marketplace, the buzz isn't surrounding the ads during the game, it's the advertisers opting to sit on the bench instead that have programmers shivering ...
Video: This Year's Super Bowl Ads Go Goofy The Associated Press
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Los Angeles Times - Feb 5, 2010
Shock jock Howard Stern has been offered Simon Cowell's seat on the "American Idol" dais, a new report says. The New York Post's Page Six claims that Stern is in negotiations to replace the critical Brit in 2011 when his Sirius XM contract expires.
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As usual, this is the sweet spot for covering Super Bowl week. The hype has been pretty much been reported, and the deadline pressure of the big game can wait.
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SEATTLE - The Seattle Mariners re-signed Canadian pitcher Erik Bedard to a one-year deal with a mutual option for the 2011 season.
Erik Bedard and his torn labrum: Can he come back? Seattle Times
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Boston Herald - - 12 hours ago
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Dwight Freeney had hoped to return to practice yesterday to test out the torn ligament in his right ankle for the first time since he injured it late in the AFC Championship Game.
Super Buzz: Colts' Wayne aggravates injury Kansas City Star
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Minneapolis Star Tribune - 41 minutes ago
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Public health experts say they're concerned about the low number of US adults who receive recommended vaccinations -- and in particular about seniors who aren't immunized against pneumonia.
Seniors aren't getting vital vaccinations, study finds MiamiHerald.com
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Washington (CNN) -- When South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford returned to the United States last June from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he had been having one last secret tryst with his Argentine mistress, he hopped in a vehicle ...
New York Times - - Feb 4, 2010
Temple Grandin Claire Danes plays the title role in this biopic, which has its debut Saturday on HBO. By ALESSANDRA STANLEY In her autobiography, “Thinking in Pictures: My Life With Autism,” Temple Grandin explains that she values “positive, ...
Los Angeles Times - Feb 5, 2010
A UCLA study is one of two finding that the increasingly popular campuses skew toward racially separate student bodies. Charter advocates criticize the reports.
CNN Political Ticker - - Feb 4, 2010
Joan E. Darrah says she lived two lives in the Navy, wondering if each day was the last Editor's note: Retired Navy Capt. Joan E. Darrah served 29½ years as a naval intelligence officer and was chief of staff and ...
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'As in the case of love, no man has lived until he has felt sorrow.' By EDMUND N. CARPENTER, II The following essay was written by Edmund N. Carpenter, age 17, in June 1938 while he was a student in Lawrenceville, NJ Carpenter would go on to win the ...