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SAN FRANCISCO, March 4 (Reuters) - Students and faculty at California's public universities rallied across the state on Thursday to protest steep fee hikes they say have damaged a system of higher education long the envy of the ...
Rowdy protester target funding cuts at US campuses The Associated Press
'Day of action' highlights education woes Christian Science Monitor
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Two police officers were injured by a gunman firing shots outside the Pentagon tonight. Hundreds of employees there were ordered to go into "Code Red" -- the entire building locked down, with no one allowed to enter or leave.
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Photo: AP A resolution calling the World War I -era killing of Armenians genocide has narrowly passed a key committee of the US Congress.
Turkey recalls ambassador after US resolution on 'Armenian genocide' Christian Science Monitor
Turkey condemns US 'genocide' vote Aljazeera.net
FOXNews - - 1 hour ago
As Iraq prepares to hold the most significant parliamentary elections since the fall of Saddam Hussein, the United States says they won't play favorites -- even though the outcome could directly impact their relations with the country.
Video: Iraqis head to the polls Al Jazeera
Iraqis heading to ballot boxes Washington Post
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
Iran is both today's paramount foreign-policy challenge, and a quandary of the first order. Its nuclear program keeps expanding, its concern about international opprobrium seems limited, and nobody can be sure the United Nations ...
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Louisiana, Led by Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal, is one of the 16 finalists for Race to the Top funds. States are competing for a portion of $4.35 billion in Race to the Top funds.
South Carolina, others, finalists for 'Race to the Top' MiamiHerald.com
Race to the Top: Which states made the list of finalists? Christian Science Monitor
New York Times - - 25 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - When Democrats regained control of Congress three years ago, one first step to combat what they called the “culture of corruption” in Washington was to tighten restrictions on earmarks - the notorious financial set-asides ...
Amid Democratic stumbles on ethics, Pelosi defends record MiamiHerald.com
The lesser-known Levin takes over key House panel The Associated Press
Reuters - - 5 hours ago
NEW YORK, March 4 (Reuters) - New York state Governor David Paterson's political supporters will meet on Thursday to discuss whether he should resign in the face of mounting scandals.
BusinessWeek - 14 minutes ago
March 5 (Bloomberg) -- China pledged to pare spending on roads, railways and airports and boost outlays on health and social security as Premier Wen Jiabao seeks to raise the role of consumer spending in the world's third-largest economy.
CHINA NPC: China Sets 8% GDP Growth Target; To Curb Credit Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 28 minutes ago
Greece survived a key test by raising €5 billion ($6.85 billion) in a bond sale, but investors warned that a looming wave of debt auctions by other European countries could make it difficult for Athens to ...
San Francisco Examiner - 8 minutes ago
By: AP AP Citigroup Inc. CEO Vikram Pandit appeared in Washington on Thursday to tell bailout overseers that today's Citi is not the tangled behemoth that required more than $45 billion from the government to survive the financial crisis.
Reuters - - 5 hours ago
A screen shows Internet services available through an broadband-connected TiVo digital video recorder at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2006 file photo.
TiVo Shares Surge on Court Ruling Wall Street Journal
CNET - - 3 hours ago
Apple on Thursday began removing another category of apps from its iPhone App Store. This time, it's not porn, it's Wi-Fi.
Times Online - - 3 hours ago
The evidence that human activity is causing global warming is much stronger than previously stated and is found in all parts of the world, according to a study that attempts to refute claims from sceptics.
Darwin Foes Add Warming to Targets New York Times
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ABC News - - 1 hour ago
We knew Sarah Palin was in Los Angeles this week. What we didn't know what that she was shopping...shopping around a reality TV show.
Sarah Palin pitching TV show about Alaska The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Don't believe Oscar pundits who are over-smug about their predictions. Some suspense still surrounds who'll win the Academy Awards in a few top races for best picture, actress and original screenplay.
Predicting Winners by Hunch and History New York Times
WIVB - - 49 minutes ago
BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) - During the season, he probably spent more time with Tiger Woods than his own wife. Now, Tiger's caddie is denying reports that he helped hide Woods' affairs.
Nicklaus: Woods will play Masters Boston Globe
Elin Back at Home with Tiger Woods TheCelebrityCafe.com
MLB.com - - 2 hours ago
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Yankees designated hitter Nick Johnson, cautious from a stiff lower back, was a late scratch from the lineup for Thursday's 3-2 Yankees loss to Roy Halladay and the Phillies.
Halladay debuts with a bang for Phillies National Post
Halladay looks like ace as Phillies top Yanks 3-2 Yahoo! Sports
The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Alexandre Rocha nearly stopped playing golf last year, until two moves by the International Olympic Committee changed his mind.
Green & Connell Jump On Top at Honda Classic Cybergolf National
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FDA Commissioner Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg says the problem was identified before anyone became ill. (CNN) -- Federal health authorities announced Thursday the recall of a commonly used flavor enhancer after samples of the product were found to contain ...
Ingredient used in many processed foods recalled The Associated Press
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius walks to a microphone stand to speak to reporters following her meeting with health insurance company executives and related industry officials at the White House in Washington, March 4, 2010.
White House, insurers agree greater transparency needed on premiums ModernHealthcare.com
Obama, Sebelius Meet with Health Insurers MedPage Today
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Los Angeles Times - Mar 3, 2010
Using the stove top instead of the grill is an easy way to get some wonderful-tasting, smoke-flavored baby backs. Hens are tea-smoked in a wok.
People Magazine - - Feb 28, 2010
Moments before he apparently leapt to his death Friday, Michael Blosil text messaged a female friend to alert her to a suicide note he had left in his downtown Los Angeles apartment.
msnbc.com - - Feb 28, 2010
Sleep is supposed to be a time of peace and relaxation. Most of us drift from our waking lives into predictable cycles of deep, non-rapid-eye-movement sleep, followed by dream-filled rapid-eye-movement (REM) sleep.
Antiwar.com - - Feb 28, 2010
That 56 percent of all Americans "think the federal government's become so large and powerful that it poses an immediate threat to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens" isn't really all that surprising.
New York Times - - 22 hours ago
It's hard to imagine that there have been many younger divorcées - or braver ones - than a pint-size third grader named Nujood Ali.