USA Today - - 36 minutes ago
By Mandel Ngan, AFP/Getty Images By David Jackson, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - President Obama said Tuesday that he will consider any Republican health care ideas, as long as the ideas address the goals contained in the Democratic plans already passed by ...
Congress and Country: Behold the Differences New York Times
Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
The United States and other nations seeking to restrain Iran's nuclear ambitions are offering to help the Islamic republic purchase medical isotopes on the international market, administration officials said Tuesday.
US Eyes Tougher Sanctions Over Iran Nuclear New York Times
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
First lady Michelle Obama has chosen what she hopes will be her legacy for the nation: the "Let's Move" campaign to curb childhood obesity.
Childhood Obesity Battle Is Taken Up by First Lady New York Times
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Sri Lanka's former army chief and presidential candidate general Sarath Fonseka addresses the media on February 3 in Colombo. Colombo, Sri Lanka (CNN) -- Sri Lanka's opposition Tuesday called for nationwide protests over the "barbaric and ...
Sri Lanka Will Hold Parliamentary Elections in April BusinessWeek
BBC News - 2 hours ago
Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan has addressed the nation after becoming acting president in the absence of Nigeria's ailing leader, Umaru Yar'Adua.
Nigeria's New Acting President Calls for Unity Voice of America
Xinhua - 5 hours ago
BRUSSELS, Feb. 9 (Xinhua) -- The European Parliament (EP) elected the new European Commission (EC) by 488 votes to 137, with 72 abstentions, in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
New European Leadership Faces Economic Hurdles New York Times
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At least another foot is headed for Washington, Philadelphia and New York. Flights are canceled, schools are closed and federal agencies cancel hearings - including one on the Toyota recall.
Schools, local governments closing ahead of latest snowstorm Washington Post
Snow shuts down federal government, life goes on The Associated Press
The Associated Press - - 29 minutes ago
ALBANY, NY - The New York Senate voted Tuesday night to expel a senator convicted of a misdemeanor charge of assaulting his girlfriend, a resolution the lawmaker assailed as an injustice to the people who elected him.
Lawmakers Expel NY State Senator Over Assault New York Times
State Senate votes to boot Sen. Hiram Monserrate, citing his misdemeanor ... New York Daily News
FOXNews - 8 hours ago
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs took a swipe at Sarah Palin Tuesday, mimicking the former vice presidential candidate's decision to use her hand as a notepad at the National Tea Party Convention last week.
Gibbs vs. Palin: Talk to the hand, redux USA Today
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - The euro fell on Wednesday, trimming some of the previous day's gains, with investors awaiting details of a rescue package for Greece, keen to see how it could impact the euro zone economy.
Soros Is 'Confident' Greece Will Stay in Euro Region BusinessWeek
Europe Weighs Rescue Plan for Greece Wall Street Journal
MarketWatch - - 33 minutes ago
By John Letzing & Myra P. Saefong, MarketWatch TOKYO (MarketWatch) -- Honda Motor Co. said Wednesday in Asia that it's further expanding a massive recall of 2001 and 2002 models to include more than 900000 vehicles worldwide, due to lingering concerns ...
Honda to Recall 437763 Vehicles to Repair Air Bags BusinessWeek
Washington Post - - 4 hours ago
TOKYO -- Toyota on Tuesday announced another global recall -- this time involving more than 400000 Priuses and other hybrid cars with braking problems -- on the same day that the US Transportation Department said it is ...
Toyota pulls Prius in for repairs over brake fault The Guardian
PC World - - 1 hour ago
Since Google is rolling out its new social service to everyone pretty much at once, that's a lot of newbies for Buzz. What's the most common first tweet that Twitter newbies make?
Google Hoping 'Buzz' Not Another Social Media Fizzle Wall Street Journal
With Buzz, Google Plunges Into Social Networking New York Times
The Associated Press - - 3 hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Endeavour zoomed toward a midnight rendezvous with the International Space Station late Tuesday, and NASA grew ever more optimistic that the shuttle is free of any launch damage.
Shuttle Crew Inspects Heat Shields InformationWeek
Macworld - - 5 hours ago
According to market analysis firm ComScore, Apple's share of the US smartphone market grew by a full percentage point in December of 2009.
Android market share continues to grow at fast pace Afterdawn.com
Google Android Market Share More Than Doubled In December Wall Street Journal
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Preparing for Wayne's (delayed) stint in jail, MC shot footage for songs from Tha Carter IV, Rebirth and Young Money LPs. By Shaheem Reid Video director David Rousseau said he and the Cash Money team might need to check the "Guinness Book of World ...
Sentencing postponed Boston Globe
Entertainment Weekly - - 1 hour ago
Oh, that's right: You weren't going to watch anyway, were you? Not with a Leno tradition of jokes like this, uttered during the final Jay Leno Show opening monologue: “Guys on Viagra had erections that lasted longer than [this show].
The Associated Press - - 49 minutes ago
ST. LOUIS - Paul Kariya scored twice for his first goals at home in more than 15 months and the St. Louis Blues recovered after blowing a two-goal cushion, beating the Detroit Red Wings 4-3 in a shootout on Tuesday night.
St. Louis Blues blow another lead, but win in shootout St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Red Wings make comeback to get a point in St. Louis Detroit Free Press
MiamiHerald.com - - 52 minutes ago
Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra gives direction during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Chicago Bulls in Chicago, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010.
Dwyane Wade: D-Wade gets easy night in rare blowout win Rotoworld.com
Heat snaps five-game skid Palm Beach Post
Dallas Morning News - - 28 minutes ago
Dallas started its vacation a day early by laying down against Denver on Tuesday night in the Nuggets' 127-91 dismantling at the Pepsi Center.
Anthony returns from injury to help Denver win The Associated Press
New York Times - - 3 hours ago
The federal Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that it would take steps to more stringently regulate three of the most potent forms of medical radiation, including increasingly popular CT scans, ...
FDA addresses radiation safety Los Angeles Times
FDA aims to rein in radiation-based medical scans The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - - Feb 8, 2010
The insurer should give a 'detailed justification' for its plan to raise premiums on individual policies by as much as 39%, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says.
Obama points to California rate increase to make case Winston-Salem Journal
Colusa County Sun Herald - - 2 hours ago
State and local health experts believe the second wave of the H1N1 flu virus has passed, but warned against people thinking they shouldn't get vaccinated or take other protections.
H1N1 virus -- gone or just in a lull? NewsoftheNorth.Net
CNN - - Feb 8, 2010
Dubai, UAE (CNN) -- A shadowy figure murdered in his Dubai hotel room by a hit squad that the police say operated with European passports.
Los Angeles Times - Feb 8, 2010
Showing no emotion, a former leader of the Avenues clique testifies about murder, extortion and drug deals. Ailing and in custody, he is vilified by his family, which once terrified a neighborhood.
Slate - - Feb 6, 2010
In trying to explain why our political paralysis seems to have gotten so much worse over the past year, analysts have rounded up a plausible collection of reasons including: President ...
New York Times - - Feb 6, 2010
It's easy to wonder how world leaders, journalists, religious figures and ordinary citizens looked the other way while six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust.
DailyFinance - - Feb 6, 2010
You'd think that infecting a cancer patient with a virus would be the last thing a doctor would want to do. But what if it was a virus that attacks and kills cancer cells?