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Israeli leader can expect enthusiastic Congressional reception to tough talk ...

Washington Post -
WASHINGTON - Israel's prime minister didn't close ranks with President Barack Obama on how to deal with Iran's suspect nuclear program, but he can expect a warm reception to his tough talk when he visits Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
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Super Tuesday 'win' could rest in Ohio, Tennessee

CNN International -
By Paul Steinhauser, CNN Political Editor Columbus, Ohio (CNN) -- For former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who's riding the wave of three wins in a week, Super Tuesday provides an opportunity to break away from his rivals in the Republican ...

Limbaugh says his apology to student was sincere -
March 05, 2012|Philip Elliott, AP Radio host Rush Limbaugh said his apology to the Georgetown law student he called a “slut'' was sincere but also joked that he, too, got a busy signal Monday when he called the show to join the growing roster of ...

Ahmadinejad Congratulates Putin on 'Decisive' Election Victory

Bloomberg -
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad congratulated Vladimir Putin on his “decisive” victory in Russia's presidential election, the Persian Gulf state's embassy in Moscow said.

Forrester: No Android Tablet Has More Than 5% Share vs iPad. How Does Amazon's ...

TechCrunch -
On the eve of what may well be the launch of a brand new iPad from Apple comes some new analysis from Forrester Research on the current competitive landscape in tablets - or lack thereof, as the case seems to be.

Putin offers threadbare blanket for Assad

Asia Times Online -
By Sami Moubayed Whenever the world seemed to start caving in around them, Syrian politicians have leaned on the Russians for support.

Waiting game for Wagga as flood peak revised down

ABC Online -
Thousands of residents in the New South Wales inland city of Wagga Wagga are likely to spend another night away from home with floodwaters rising more slowly than expected.

Syrians flee to Lebanon amid Homs atrocity claims

BBC News -
Thousands of Syrians have recently crossed into Lebanon, the UN says, amid reports that security forces are committing atrocities in Syria.

Holder: U.S. can kill citizens in terror fight

Philadelphia Inquirer -
By Richard A. Serrano and Andrew R. Grimm BRIAN KERSEY / AP Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. talks to a students before his address at the Northwestern University law school.

Ariz. sheriff's ex-boyfriend might sue him

By Lindsey Collom and Ronald J. Hasen, The Arizona Republic The man who accused Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu of making threats against him to prevent him from revealing their relationship filed paperwork Monday signaling he intends to sue both the ...

1 dead after fire in meth lab inside nursing home

Fox News -
ASHTABULA, Ohio - Authorities in Ohio were stunned to discover a fire at a nursing home that killed 1 and injured six Sunday night started in a drug lab inside the home, Fox8 reports.

Why China Is Suddenly Content With 7.5 Percent Growth

BusinessWeek -
By Bruce Einhorn on March 05, 2012 For years, there's been one constant for people talking about the Chinese economy: GDP growth would exceed 8 percent.

Stocks Slip on Growth Data

Wall Street Journal -
By CHRISTIAN BERTHELSEN And KAITLYN KIERNAN Stocks bounced back from morning losses Monday but still ended the day lower amid concerns about slowing global economic growth.

Husband worth up to $250M, Mitt Romney's wife says 'I don't even consider ...

Washington Post -
WASHINGTON - Mitt Romney's wife says she doesn't consider herself to be wealthy. In an interview Monday on Fox News, the wife of the Republican presidential front-runner, Ann Romney, was asked about criticism that her husband can seem out of touch with ...

Ron Paul makes second stop in Moscow

By Cindy Cha MOSCOW, ID - Republican presidential candidate, Ron Paul, made another campaign stop in Moscow, right before Super Tuesday.

A Possible Last Hurrah for a Liberal Lion of Ohio

New York Times -
TOLEDO, Ohio - Representative Dennis J. Kucinich, a liberal icon who tried twice to win the Democratic nomination for president, was fighting for his political life in a mostly empty meeting hall in central Toledo.

Feature: Mass Effect 3 review: a proper ending—but not a perfect one

Ars Technica -
By Kyle Orland | Published March 6, 2012 2:00 AM Mass Effect 3 starts out at a disadvantage thanks to the weight of expectation larded on it by the first two games in the series.

MIT opens App Inventor to all, launches public Beta

Engadget -
BY TERRENCE OBRIEN You'd be forgiven for thinking you've already read this article. Truthfully, you pretty much already have.

Julianne Moore gets inside Sarah Palin's skin for 'Game Change'

Los Angeles Times -
Julianne Moore prepared exhaustively to play Sarah Palin for 'Game Change' on HBO. She worked with a dialect coach, listened to audio books and watched hours of YouTube clips.

Is Snooki Wearing an Engagement Ring?

People Magazine -
By Dahvi Shira A few hours after PEOPLE broke the news of her engagement, the pregnant Jersey Shore star - who just said "yes" to a proposal from Jionni LaValle - was photographed wearing some fancy ring-finger bling that a source tells PEOPLE LaValle ...

Courtney Robertson is reduced to tears on Bachelor reunion show as she pleads ...

Daily Mail -
By Iona Kirby and Eleanor Gower She was tonight described by host Chris Harrison as 'one of the most controversial contestants in Bachelor history.

Sources: Saints to work out Randy Moss -
Senior NFL Writer Jay Glazer is one of NFL's top insiders. In addition to providing breaking news, columns and video, he appears weekly on FOX NFL Sunday.

Sharapova wins match against Wozniacki but loses point to other half of famous ...

Washington Post -
NEW YORK - Maria Sharapova beat Caroline Wozniacki but lost the one point she played against Rory McIlroy. Roger Federer dropped the one point he played against a Rafael Nadal-impersonating Andy Roddick and also lost the match to Roddick.

Brendan Haywood sprains ankle

By Jeff Caplan OKLAHOMA CITY -- Dallas Mavericks center Brendan Haywood sprained his left ankle 31 seconds into Monday's 95-91 loss at Oklahoma City and did not return.

3 more teams punch tickets to NCAA tournament

Chicago Tribune -
Matthew Dellavedova climbed the ladder, snipped a portion of net and let out a yell that rang through Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. It meant one thing: Saint Mary's is headed back to the NCAA tournament.

Wenger: Belief is key

By ESPNsoccernet staff Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists the club must be positive ahead of what looks to be an impossible task against AC Milan in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Alien invasion threatens Antarctic ecosystem -
SYDNEY - In the pristine frozen continent of Antarctica scientists fear an alien invasion -- not from outer space, but carried in people's pockets and bags.

'Cheetah bot' sets new world record for legged robots -
A four-legged robot known as the Cheetah lived up to its name on Monday, setting a new land speed record for legged robots by running at 18mph (29kph) on a treadmill at a laboratory in Massachusetts, its developer said.

Dark Matter Clump Furrows Brows

Scientific American -
Dark matter doesn't usually collide much with itself or with ordinary matter, but it appears to be uncharacteristically clumping in the galaxy cluster A520.

Mild concussions found to cause lingering problems

San Francisco Chronicle -
Chicago -- Children with even relatively mild concussions can have persistent attention and memory problems a year after their injuries, according to a study that helps identify which youths may be most at risk for lingering symptoms.

Limbaugh, Lipitor and the Incivility of American Political Life (Part I)

The Globalist -
By Edward Bernton | Tuesday, March 06, 2012 he last decade or so has seen a distinct lack of civility and successful collaboration in our national civic life.


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