New York Times - - 1 hour ago
Three years ago this month, a presidential candidate - John Edwards, as a matter of fact - started a debate on health reform by announcing a plan to cover the uninsured.
Health Bill Faces Hurdles in House Wall Street Journal
FOXNews - 2 hours ago
A teacher tackled a man armed with a high-powered rifle just after two teenage students were shot Tuesday at a suburban Denver middle school that's just miles from Columbine High School, the site of one of the nation's deadliest school shootings, ...
Web Staff KDVR Denver Baltimore Sun
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - The line between speech protected by the First Amendment and aid to terrorists appeared elusive at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, and the justices' lively questioning complicated rather than clarified matters.
Supreme Court weighs free speech against aid to terrorists Washington Post
Justices Wrestle With Terror Law Wall Street Journal
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon said on Tuesday it is moving ahead with plans to end the US military's ban on allowing women to serve in submarines.
Pentagon announces end of ban on women on subs NavyTimes.com
Navy to allow women to serve aboard submarines Christian Science Monitor
USA Today - - 1 hour ago
By Jack Gruber, USA TODAY By Alan Levin, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - Safety oversight in the nation's subway systems is haphazard, lacks teeth and hampered by conflicts of interest, according to accident reports and transportation safety experts.
2 near-misses and June crash linked, Metro official testifies Washington Post
Metro 'safety culture' under attack at NTSB hearing Washington Examiner
Washington Post - - 1 hour ago
By Ed O'Keefe Top leaders of the Air Force and Army weighed in Tuesday about the possible repeal of the armed forces' ban on gays in the military, saying they have concerns about the change and want to hear more from the Pentagon on the matter.
Military chiefs voice concern over ending 'don't ask, don't tell' Los Angeles Times
2 Generals Wary About Repealing Gay Policy New York Times
Reuters - - 5 hours ago
NEW YORK, Feb 23 (Reuters) - US stocks suffered their biggest one-day decline in nearly three weeks on Tuesday after a sharp drop in consumer confidence heightened worries over one of the most vulnerable areas of the economy.
Consumer confidence falls sharply in February Los Angeles Times
Summary Box: Consumer Confidence Plummets New York Times
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
The Japanese government acknowledged for the first time Tuesday that Toyota Motor Corp.'s massive global recall could have a knock-on effect on the world's second-largest economy, which is struggling to overcome deflationary ...
Toyota USA's president can't seem to recall much Washington Post
Reuters - - 36 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The European Commission is considering complaints from three online companies regarding Google Inc's (GOOG.
Google to announce Europe antitrust probe: WSJ MarketWatch
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Reuters - - 35 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc plans to integrate Twitter into its collection of websites, as the company seeks to enhance the appeal of its online properties with popular social networking features.
Xerox launches patent fight against Google, Yahoo CNNMoney.com
PC World - - 6 hours ago
The FCC reports that 93 million Americans--that's 35 percent of those over age 5--lack broadband access at home. Worse, the digital divide is getting more severe, hurting all of us--especially small businesses.
Mobile Broadband Making Inroads InformationWeek
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
LOS ANGELES, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Actor Charlie Sheen, star of US television's hit comedy "Two and a Half Men," has followed his wife and entered a rehabilitation facility as the couple try to put their lives back together after a ...
Charlie Sheen Enters Rehab MTV.com
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USA Today - - 4 hours ago
MARANA, Ariz. - The latest gossip has Tiger Woods resuming his therapy some 2000 miles away from where he made his public apology last Friday, which -- if true -- would be a comical coincidence in one respect.
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Us Magazine - 5 hours ago
She will play herself on an upcoming episode of ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager, it was announced Tuesday.
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Houston Chronicle - - 37 minutes ago
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AP Pushing it too fast from the moment he left the opening gate. Almost crashing twice before finally hanging it up. Then skiing away without so much as a wave to the crowd, perhaps in search of a cold one.
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By Sports Network Hockey has taken Team USA's Angela Ruggiero to great heights. A gold medal as a high-schooler in 1998. National awards.
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Reuters - - 1 hour ago
Recruits of the paramilitary police receive injections of the H1N1 vaccine at a military base in Taiyuan, Shanxi province February 2, 2010.
U.S. News & World Report - - 8 hours ago
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Hot dogs declared choking hazard. Should they get a new look? The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Reuters - - 8 hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The US Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday that HIV drugs Invirase and Norvir might lead to an abnormal heart rhythm when used in combination, according to preliminary data the agency is reviewing.
FDA Sees Possible Safety Concern For HIV Drug Combination Wall Street Journal
New York Times - - Feb 22, 2010
Psychologists have long studied the grunts and winks of nonverbal communication, the vocal tones and facial expressions that carry emotion.
CNN - Feb 19, 2010
By Madison Park, CNN Film critic Roger Ebert lost his jaws to complications from a head and neck cancer. (CNN) -- It brought a tough, All-Star NBA coach to tears this week.
Wall Street Journal - - 11 hours ago
If you're taking a daily aspirin for your heart, you may want to reconsider. For years, many middle-aged people have taken the drug in hopes of reducing the chance of a heart attack or stroke.
Huffington Post (blog) (satire) - Feb 19, 2010
This is quite possibly the greatest Craigslist ad of all time. And not in the "crazy person had access to a computer and wants a woman to sit in a tub of pasta" sort of way.
SI.com - Feb 19, 2010
Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we ease our way into an NFL offseason that increasingly feels like the quiet (2010) before the storm (2011)... As the league's looming labor issues begin demanding more of our attention, ...