CNN - - 1 hour ago
New York (CNN) -- Former President Bill Clinton was in good spirits Thursday after undergoing a procedure to insert two stents into one of his coronary arteries, his office said.
Bill Clinton gets stents in artery after having chest pains Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - - 44 minutes ago
Majority Leader Harry Reid says his stripped-down proposal will be the first in a series of employment measures. By Christi Parsons and Janet Hook Reporting from Washington - The Senate's top leader on Thursday abruptly scaled back the size of a ...
Video: Senate whacks House tax hikes KRQE.com
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The Obama administration on Thursday said it does not believe that Iran can enrich uranium at the level it claims it can. White House officials say work is underway for stronger international sanctions against Iran.
Video: Massive Tehran rallies commemorate Islamic Revolution worldfocusonline
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JOHANNESBURG - It was the 20th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's release from prison, a high point in South Africa's history, but for the current president, Jacob Zuma, who delivered his state of the nation address on Thursday, ...
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OTTAWA - Canada said Thursday it was "extremely disappointed" that a Chinese court had decided to uphold an 11-year jail sentence against leading dissident Liu Xiaobo.
Video: Chinese dissident's appeal rejected guardian.co.uk
China upholds sentence of man who demanded reform Washington Post
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Two suicide bombers attacked police officers in northwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing 15 people and wounding 20 others in the second attack on Pakistani police officers in as many days, the authorities said ...
15 killed as twin bombs target police in Bannu Daily Times
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WASHINGTON - Congressional Democrats outlined legislation Thursday aimed at undoing a recent Supreme Court decision that allows corporations and interest groups to spend freely on political advertising.
Congress pushes back against Supreme Court ruling on corporate spending Los Angeles Times
New Rules Proposed On Campaign Donors Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 20 minutes ago
WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama's first official economic report to Congress predicts lackluster employment growth this year and next, even after including the impact of a jobs bill whose prospects appeared uncertain ...
Washington Post - - 3 hours ago
Texas Gov. Rick Perry addresses an oil and gas conference Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010 in Houston. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan) (Pat Sullivan - AP) By APRIL CASTRO The Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas -- A Republican gubernatorial candidate said Thursday she has ...
Medina was a controversial force in Wharton County politics Austin American-Statesman
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BusinessWeek - - 1 hour ago
Feb. 12 (Bloomberg) -- European leaders closed ranks to defend Greece from the punishment of investors in a pledge of support that may soon be tested.
Sovereign debt weighs on euro zone Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Motorola Inc. (MOT) said late Thursday that it would split into two publicly traded companies by the first quarter of next year as it looks to reinvigorate its disparate businesses.
Motorola To Split In Two Forbes
Motorola sets plan for breakup in 2011 MarketWatch
Reuters - - 39 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former Goldman Sachs Group programer was indicted on charges he stole computer code for the investment bank's high-frequency trading platform, federal prosecutors said on Thursday.
Programmer Indicted in Theft of Goldman Software New York Times
CNET - - 1 hour ago
After the best month in its history, the video game industry in January returned to the pattern it followed throughout 2009: sharp year-over-year monthly declines.
U.S. Videogame Sales Turn Sluggish Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - 8 hours ago
Google Inc. launched a new service to bring social updates such as photos and Web links into Gmail and some Google mobile products, in a challenge to Facebook Inc. and other social media sites where people go to check up on their friends.
Latest on Google: News, Features, Opinions and More Computerworld
Apple Insider - - 1 hour ago
Apple's iTunes music store will soon reach 10 billion songs sold since its inception in April of 2003, and is marking this accomplishment with a contest rewarding the purchaser of the 10 billionth song a $10000 iTunes card.
BBC News - - 1 hour ago
From super low-slung trousers to skull scarves, extreme shoes to sharp tailoring, British designer Alexander McQueen, who was found dead on Thursday, was the darling of the fashion pack.
Alexander McQueen: A life in fashion Daily Mail
New York Times - - 15 minutes ago
SEATTLE - The surveillance video is vivid and brutal. Over and over, one girl kicks another in the head as she lies on her back on a transit station platform.
Video: 3 Seattle Bus Tunnel Guards Watch Brutal Beating The Associated Press
msnbc.com - - 33 minutes ago
Uma Thurman with snakes for hair and a killer stare is almost enough on her own to make "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief" worth seeing.
USA Today - - 18 minutes ago
By J. Pat Carter, AP By Nate Ryan, USA TODAY That was the rundown from Thursday's Gatorade Duel at Daytona International Speedway, as the twin 150-mile qualifying races produced thrilling victories by Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne and a feel-good ...
Johnson, Kahne win qualifiers, Waltrip squeaks in 500 Sports Network
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AP VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The XXI Olympic Winter Games begin Friday, and that's about the only thing certain about them.
Where's your Olympic spirit? The Canadian police want to know Los Angeles Times
A look ahead at the Vancouver Olympics on Friday Washington Post
TSN - 2 hours ago
The Florida Panthers have traded forward Dominic Moore to the Montreal Canadiens for a second-round pick in the 2011 draft. Moore, 29, has eight goals and nine assists in 48 games for Florida.
Habs acquire Dominic Moore NHL.com
Habs, Panthers make a deal San Luis Obispo Tribune
Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
AP INDIANAPOLIS -- Health insurer WellPoint blames the Great Recession and rising medical costs for its planned 39 percent rate increase for some California customers.
New jolt for healthcare reform? Insurer hikes rates 39 percent. Christian Science Monitor
WIVB - - 1 hour ago
We've heard a lot about the dangers of childhood obesity. And now, a new study is shedding light on the long-term effects. A child who is at risk down the road may not even look overweight now.
First Lady Launches Campaign to Fight Childhood Obesity AAFP News Now
Reuters - - 12 hours ago
A woman receives a H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from a medical staff at a hospital in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok January 25, 2010.
The Smoking Gun - Feb 8, 2010
FEBRUARY 8--As prosecutors today announced manslaughter charges against Michael Jackson's former doctor, the Los Angeles medical examiner simultaneously released its final report on the singer's June 2009 death.
New York Times - - Feb 10, 2010
George Cloutier, founder of American Management Services, specializes in offering tough advice to small and midsize businesses. By KERMIT PATTISON IT'S not the economy, stupid, it's you.
CNNMoney.com - - Feb 8, 2010
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Dusan Tatomirovic found a steal when he bought a foreclosed condo just north of Monterey, Calif., last April for $130000.
Washington Post (blog) - - Feb 8, 2010
I've transcribed more Redskins radio interviews than almost anybody alive, but LaVar Arrington's response to Clinton Portis Monday afternoon is well beyond my powers to communicate.
Telegraph.co.uk - - Feb 8, 2010
Austrian millionaire Karl Rabeder is giving away every penny of his £3 million fortune after realising his riches were making him unhappy.