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FOXNews - 5 hours ago
This week's dustup between GOP chief Michael Steele and influential radio host Rush Limbaugh underscored the struggle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party.
GOP's Steele still ironing out the kinks Chicago Tribune
Xinhua - 40 minutes ago
BBC News - 6 hours ago
Key powers at the United Nations have failed to agree on a statement asking Sudan to reverse its decision to expel aid agencies. The UN Security Council was holding its first meeting since the International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for ...
US Pushes Sudan to Readmit Aid Groups Washington Post
Muslim states rally behind al-Bashir PRESS TV
BBC News - 2 hours ago
Xinhua - 50 minutes ago
GAZA, March 7 (Xinhua) -- An Islamic Jihad militant was killed in an Israeli airstrike on a group of militants in northern Gaza Strip on Saturday morning, the group and medics said.
'Islamic Jihad member killed in Gaza' Jerusalem Post
United Press International - 2 hours ago
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown greets guests before addressing a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington on March 4, 2009.
Brown attacks US gay marriage ban BBC News
FOXNews - 2 hours ago
Rep. Chris Smith, RN.J., accused Obama of launching two attacks on pro-life measures. One of the most outspoken abortion opponents in Congress labeled President Obama the "abortion president" on Friday in response to news that Obama intended to sign an ...
Obama expected to lift stem cell limits Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Obama to restore stem cell funding San Francisco Chronicle
Washington Post - 17 hours ago
President Barack Obama opened a White House health care summit Thursday, calling for his allies and opponents to come together to overhaul the US health care system.
How much can health care system change without harm? Alexandria Town Talk
Boston Globe - 3 hours ago
President Obama greeted police officers yesterday at their graduation ceremony in Columbus, Ohio. (REUTERS/Larry Downing) Associated Press And Globe Staff / March 7, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio - While acknowledging an "astounding" number of job losses, ...
For Ohio officer, pomp and good circumstance CNN International
Bloomberg - 3 hours ago
By Bob Willis March 7 (Bloomberg) -- The jump in the US unemployment rate to the highest level in a quarter century last month suggests the recession is deeper than the Obama administration forecasts and additional measures may be needed to restart ...
National jobless rate jumps to 8.1 percent San Francisco Chronicle
Bloomberg - 2 hours ago
By David Glovin March 7 (Bloomberg) -- Bernard Madoff, the alleged mastermind of a $50 billion Ponzi scheme, may be nearing a guilty plea after federal prosecutors filed a notice that they intend to bring new criminal charges against the New York money ...
Houston Chronicle - 1 hour ago
By ERIC BERGER Copyright 2009 Houston Chronicle Stephan Savoia AP Clocks are tested at Electric Time Co. in Medfield, Mass. They'll be adjusted Sunday, along with timekeepers in 48 US states.
It's time to spring forward for another year The Associated Press
Time change reminds us to check smoke alarms The Daily Advertiser
Los Angeles Times - 4 hours ago
The Associated Press - 7 hours ago
SEATTLE (AP) - A single check box deep in the guts of the next version of Windows is giving Microsoft Corp. watchers a peek at how the software maker plans to keep European antitrust regulators from marring a crucial software launch.
Google backs EU antitrust rap vs Microsoft Inquirer.net
CNET News - 6 hours ago
People Magazine - 8 hours ago
By Mike Fleeman Although the court slapped Chris Brown with among the least restrictive of protective orders, Rihanna does have the means to gather evidence against him if he causes trouble.
Rihanna will testify if asked, lawyer says Detroit Free Press
Chicago Tribune - 1 hour ago
By Christopher Borrelli and Robert K. Elder | Tribune reporters Over the past 30 years, author Alan Moore has almost single-handedly reinvented the comic book, transforming its language, broadening its scope and deepening its intellect.
'Watchmen' a heroic, if flawed, effort Cape Cod Times
Entertainment Weekly - 12 hours ago
Start to get to know this year's 'Idol' class: How did they handle the pressure of the one-shot format? What did they really think of Norman Gentle and Tatiana Del Toro?
`Idol' singer Anoop dreams of Kanye collaboration The Associated Press
New York Daily News - 1 hour ago
BY Mark Feinsand Joe Girardi (l.) and Brian Cashman have Alex Rodriguez and his hip on the brain. TAMPA - A cloud of uncertainty hovered over Steinbrenner Field Friday, as the Yankees held their collective breath for the latest news on the most famous ...
A-Rod Hopes To Play Through Hip Injury Hartford Courant
Atlanta Journal Constitution - 1 hour ago
By Rick Minter Mark Martin’s lap during Friday’s qualifying for the Kobalt Tools 500 blew away the generally accepted theory that a race-car driver’s performance diminishes with age.
Atlanta Motor Speedway - Hampton, GA FOXSports.com
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
By Frank Dell'Apa The Celtics hoped to take the ball out of LeBron James's hands last night. Actually, they were content to coax James into voluntarily surrendering possession, even if he found an open teammate.
Unselfish Pierce keys Celts' win over Cavs FOXSports.com
Pierce, Celtics stymie Cavs in battle for Eastern supremacy Sports Network
WebMD - 13 hours ago
By Miranda Hitti March 6, 2009 -- The top six makers of baby bottles in the US have agreed to stop using the polycarbonate plastic chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in their bottles.
Health Buzz: No More BPA in Baby Bottles and Other Health News U.S. News & World Report
6 firms stop sales of hard-plastic baby bottles San Francisco Chronicle
CNN - 6 hours ago
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The bay pilot who steered a container ship into the San Francisco Bay Bridge in 2007, causing a massive oil spill, pleaded guilty Friday to violating misdemeanor pollution laws and faces up to 10 months in prison, ...
Cosco Busan pilot pleads guilty in deal San Francisco Chronicle
U.S. News & World Report - Mar 5, 2009
The US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the Food and Drug Administration's approval of the antinausea medication Phenergan and its warning label does not protect drugmaker Wyeth Pharmaceuticals from being sued, the Associated Press reports.
Comment by Jeff Bernstein, Esq. Policy Analyst, U.S. PIRG
Wyeth: Company Complied With Law In Vermont Case FOXBusiness
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
The crowd in front of City Hall on Thursday had a different vibe. It was there to watch the arguments before the state Supreme Court on the constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.
Existing gay marriages now on a great divide Los Angeles Times
USA Today - Mar 5, 2009
By Traci Watson, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - Even before George W. Bush can settle into his new house in Dallas, his legacy on the environment is being dismantled by his replacement in the White House.
Heading off a crisis Chicago Tribune
AFP - 3 hours ago
SEOUL (AFP) - The United States wants dialogue with North Korea, Washington's new special envoy to Pyongyang said Saturday, amid concerns the communist state is preparing to test-fire a missile.
Report: US eyes talks with N. Korea CNN International
US calls on NKorea to drop harsh rhetoric The Associated Press