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Cheney hospitalized with chest pains, staff says

CNN - John King - ‎50 minutes ago‎
Washington (CNN) -- Former Vice President Dick Cheney was hospitalized Monday with chest pains, according to his office. Cheney, 69, is resting comfortably at George Washington University Hospital, and his doctors are evaluating the situation, ...

Obama offers new health-care reform proposal

Washington Post - Alec MacGillis, Amy Goldstein - ‎28 minutes ago‎
President Obama signaled his determination to forge ahead with a Democratic vision of comprehensive health-care reform as he unveiled on Monday an ambitious proposal that would extend coverage to 31 million people, ...

Brown Helps Democrats Break GOP Filibuster

FOXNews - Chad Pergram, John Brandt - ‎2 hours ago‎
The election of Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) energized Republicans that he would give them a critical 41st vote to help them block Democrats and filibuster key legislation.

NATO Airstrike Kills Afghan Civilians

New York Times - Rod Nordland - ‎24 minutes ago‎
KABUL, Afghanistan - An airstrike launched Sunday by United States Special Forces helicopters against what international troops believed to be a group of insurgents ended up killing as many as 27 civilians in the worst such case since ...

Israel relies on a deadly specialty

Los Angeles Times - Edmund Sanders - ‎54 minutes ago‎
Dubai allegations put the Jewish state on the hot seat again for its use of assassinations. Avigdor Lieberman faced questions over Israel's suspected role in the Dubai killing.

Lufthansa strike suspended, BA cabin crew join fray

Reuters - Johannes Eisele, Anna Willard - ‎6 hours ago‎
FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Lufthansa pilots in Germany agreed to suspend for two weeks a strike that grounded about 900 flights on Monday, just as rival British Airways' cabin crew voted to join the fray to protest harsh cost cuts.

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AG won't rule out New York for 9/11 trial

CNN - ‎54 minutes ago‎
Attorney General Eric Holder on accused terrorists: "We need not make more of these people than they are." Washington (CNN) -- Attorney General Eric Holder on Monday did not rule out the possibility that accused 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed ...

'Glee' Cast To Sing At White House Easter Egg Roll

Access Hollywood - ‎2 hours ago‎
Hot shots of the cool stars expected to compete for Team USA in the 2010 Winter Olympics! The White House Easter Egg Roll has something to sing about!

Arizona dog is world's tallest

Reuters - David Schwartz, Tim Gaynor - ‎33 minutes ago‎
The Great Dane Giant George is pictured in this undated handout photograph taken on January 12, 2010 and released on February 22, 2010.

House Panel Slams Toyota

Wall Street Journal - Kate Linebaugh, Dionne Searcey - ‎2 hours ago‎
The pressure on Toyota Motor Corp. intensified Monday as the company disclosed subpoenas from a federal grand jury and the Securities and Exchange Commission related to sudden acceleration in its cars ...

Arkansans Already Feeling Effects of New Credit Law

Los Angeles Times - Russell Jones - ‎23 minutes ago‎
Starting Monday, credit card issuers are being affected by new regulations that are intended to cut back on frustrating practices, but that's not changing everyone's opinion of credit card companies.

Oil Declines for First Time in Six Days on Forecast Supply Gain

Bloomberg - Ben Sharples - ‎2 hours ago‎
Feb. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Oil declined for the first time in six days, dropping below $80 a barrel, before a report that is expected to show an increase in crude supplies in the US, the world's biggest energy consumer.

Wal-Mart Confirms Plans to Buy Vudu

PC Magazine - Chloe Albanesius - ‎1 hour ago‎
Wal-Mart on Monday confirmed that it will purchased online movie service Vudu for an undisclosed sum. The deal is expected to close in the next several weeks.

Many ways to activate Webcams without school spy software

CNET - Larry Magid - ‎2 hours ago‎
The Webcam spy case in the Lower Merion School District near Philadelphia has raised concern as to whether others with Webcams are vulnerable to remote spying.

Bloom Box: Power plant in a box? (FAQ)

CNET - Brooke Crothers - ‎56 minutes ago‎
Start-up Bloom Energy says it can deliver a power plant in a box. What is it and how does it work? The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company, which is generating some serious buzz this week, will officially announce on Wednesday what it ...

Actor Andrew Koenig still missing in Vancouver

USA Today - Kevin Johnson - ‎42 minutes ago‎
VANCOUVER - To the hundreds of joggers, bicyclists and strollers enjoying the sunshine in Stanley Park, the police on horseback could have passed as a small part of the $900 million security effort for the Winter Olympics.

Jay Leno sets high-profile "Tonight Show" guests

Reuters - James Hibberd - ‎23 minutes ago‎
Host Jay Leno smiles during a panel for his upcoming television series ''The Jay Leno Show'' at the Television Critics Association Cable summer press tour in Pasadena, California August 5, 2009.

Charlie Sheen's Wife In New Rehab, Plans Suit

TMZ.com (blog) - ‎1 hour ago‎
Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen's wife, is in a new rehab facility and she plans to sue the one she just left for allegedly violating her privacy ... TMZ has learned. Brooke's lawyer, Yale Galanter, tells TMZ, "Brooke was forced to leave The Canyon rehab ...

For Canada and the US, the Olympic hockey world is turned on its head

Washington Post - Barry Svrluga - ‎43 minutes ago‎
VANCOUVER, BC -- Sunday, as the citizens of Canada streamed out of the country's bars and restaurants and into a night that suddenly seemed chillier than it was a couple hours earlier, they were largely quiet.

Chargers release Tomlinson

San Diego Union Tribune - Kevin Acee - ‎2 hours ago‎
LaDainian Tomlinson acknowledged the fans at Qualcomm Stadium after a November victory over the Oakland Raiders. SAN DIEGO - It's now official: LaDainian Tomlinson no longer is a member of the Chargers.

'Miracle on Ice' still special to US players, fans 30 years later

USA Today - Mike Lopresti - ‎45 minutes ago‎
AP file photo By Mike Lopresti, Gannett VANCOUVER - On the 30th anniversary of the day that changed his life, Mike Eruzione coached high school hockey practice in Massachusetts.

A Face-Off on the Safety of a Drug for Diabetes

New York Times - Gardiner Harris - ‎3 hours ago‎
WARNING Dr. Steven E. Nissen, a cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic, seen in 2007, met with executives of GlaxoSmithKline to discuss Avandia.

Labels urged for foods that can choke kids

CNN - Shelby Lin Erdman - ‎12 hours ago‎
Children 4 and younger are at the highest risk for choking on food, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. (CNN) -- It's a silent, often overlooked danger that kills dozens of children every year, and it's easily ...

High blood pressure in US a 'neglected disease'

Reuters - Julie Steenhuysen, Maggie Fox - ‎6 hours ago‎
CHICAGO (Reuters) - High blood pressure is a "neglected disease" and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention must do more to fight it by helping Americans eat better and encouraging doctors to treat it more aggressively, an expert panel said ...

Passengers who flew with accused Christmas Day bomber speak out

CNN - Jessica Ravitz - ‎Feb 18, 2010‎
(CNN) -- The weeks have passed and, in most cases, their nerves have calmed. What began as shock, that they were almost victims of an in-flight terrorist attack, has morphed for many into contemplation.

Doctors Explain: What's Wrong With Angelina's Face

Us Magazine - ‎Feb 18, 2010‎
Angelina Jolie was photographed in Venice, Italy Wednesday afternoon with two protruding muscles where her chin meets her neck. The photo was not altered, as Jolie, 34, sported the same facial protrusion at the BAFTA awards in February 2009 (see bottom ...

Gloria Allred: Tiger Woods Apology 'A Staged Stunt'

Huffington Post (blog) - ‎Feb 19, 2010‎
Allred has worked for at least two alleged Tiger Woods mistresses, including Rachel Uchitel (PHOTOS) and porn star Joslyn James (PHOTOS).

The little-told story of how the U.S. government poisoned alcohol during ...

Slate - Deborah Blum - ‎Feb 19, 2010‎
It was Christmas Eve 1926, the streets aglitter with snow and lights, when the man afraid of Santa Claus stumbled into the emergency room at New York City's Bellevue Hospital.

"Feed the Children" Charity Under Fire

CBS News - Sharyl Attkisson - ‎Feb 18, 2010‎
The charity "Feed the Children" is the fifth largest in the country with more than a billion dollars in donations each year.