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WASHINGTON (AFP) - US President Barack Obama said, in an interview published Sunday, that the United States is not winning the war in Afghanistan and hinted at possible talks with moderate elements of the Taliban.
Obama hints at talks with Taleban BBC News
San Francisco Chronicle - 2 hours ago
Amid a cratering stock market, huge job losses and continuing ad hoc bank interventions, President Obama is risking his presidency on the most ambitious remake of the federal government since Ronald Reagan, raising jitters among moderate Democrats and ...
Health-care reform: A shot in the arm for Detroit 3? Detroit Free Press
Reuters - 1 hour ago
By Khaled Abdelaziz EL FASHER, Sudan, March 8 (Reuters) - Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir flew into Darfur on Sunday to rally supporters in defiance of growing international criticism of his closure of 16 aid groups.
Al-Bashir to attend Darfur rally Aljazeera.net
Sudan's Bashir Calls Aid Groups 'Thieves' Voice of America
Aljazeera.net - 8 hours ago
The global economic crisis could put more women and girls at risk of violence, the UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women has said on the occasion of International Women's Day.
Africa: Churches to Lead Fight Against Violence On Women AllAfrica.com
The Associated Press - 33 minutes ago
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Officials say Zimbabwe's prime minister has left the country to rest and seek medical care after he was injured in a car crash that killed his wife.
Crash That Killed Zimbabwe PM's Wife Appears To Have Been Accident Voice of America
The Associated Press - 3 hours ago
BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) - Two British soldiers were shot to death and four other people were wounded in a drive-by ambush Saturday night that politicians blamed on Irish Republican Army dissidents.
British soldiers ambushed by gunmen in van United Press International
Kansas City Star - 3 hours ago
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by Steve Ragan - Mar 8 2009, 05:00 Daylight Saving Time, DST for short, is often the cause for missed television shows, missed appointments, and for some the mental block of one hour less sleep.
Don't forget to set the clock ahead by an hour The Associated Press
Bloomberg - 14 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 ...
Economic downturn drives growth at ABAC, MTC Moultrie Observer
Newsday - 5 hours ago
BY ANTHONY M. DESTEFANO | firstname.lastname@example.org Wall Street pariah Bernard Madoff is set to leave his midtown penthouse twice this week, get into a vehicle accompanied by security guards and be driven downtown to federal court.
Madoff investors prepare for court confrontation The Associated Press
CNET News - 10 hours ago
by CBS Interactive staff The Kepler spacecraft vaulted away from Cape Canaveral late Friday, boosting a powerful space telescope into orbit around the sun for a $591 million mission to search for Earth-like planets orbiting distant stars.
Kepler blasts off in search of Earth-like planets Los Angeles Times
Your guide to exoplanets MSNBC
Apple Insider - 15 hours ago
By Aidan Malley Apple's ability to process iPhone developer contracts is quickly turning into a minor crisis as what was once a smooth process is rapidly turning into a months-long backlog that threatens to keep new developers out of the App Store.
Unauthorized iPhone app stores emerging CNET News
International Business Times - 9 hours ago
By Isabel Gonçalves NEW YORK - Microsoft has apparently submitted to European pressure and has built a feature within Windows 7 that allows users the option to disable Internet Explorer.
Microsoft to let PC users turn off IE Web browser The Associated Press
Microsoft Confirms IE8 Can be Removed from Windows 7 ReadWriteWeb
Entertainment Weekly - 3 hours ago
Friday's box office estimates are in, and Watchmen walked away with a hefty $25.1 million gross on its first full day of release, according to Media by Numbers.
All eyes on 'Watchmen's' box office: $25.1M opening day Los Angeles Times
Graphic world of 'Watchmen' blazes with violence Lake County News
New York Daily News - 5 hours ago
BY Corky Siemaszko With R&B singer Chris Brown's career on the brink and his good name shredded by charges he thrashed his glamorous girlfriend Rihanna, one of Manhattan's top reputation rehabilitators recommended that Brown do what he does best.
Chris Brown Gets Back to Work Amid Legal Crisis People Magazine
Celebrities React To Rihanna, Chris Brown Saga TheInsider.com
Newsday - 1 hour ago
BY JOHN CROOK | Zap2it When "Breaking Bad," the AMC series that returns for its second season Sunday at 10 pm, premiered in January 2008, many viewers didn't know what to make of it.
TV review: 'Breaking Bad' proves anything but San Francisco Chronicle
Emmy winner Cranston cranks it up in ‘Breaking Bad’ Boston Herald
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
(03-07) 19:43 PST -- How quickly do you suspect someone will point out how quickly Terrell Owens annoyed the hell out of the Buffalo Bills principal fan base by calling his new employer "North America's Team?
Bills Sign Owens Hartford Courant
NFL: Bills haul in Owens Newsday
MiamiHerald.com - 38 minutes ago
Mark Calcavecchia has had his ups and downs at the Honda Classic. His play after three rounds suggests he is on an upswing in 2009.
GOLF: Yang leads by one at Honda Atlanta Journal Constitution
New York Daily News - 1 hour ago
BY Anthony Mccarron Met reliever JJ Putz celebrates after getting final out of Team USA's WBC opener in Toronto. TORONTO - March baseball is usually the realm of flip-flops, sunscreen and a mellow vibe.
Teams prefer players remain safe at home Denver Post
San Francisco Chronicle - 7 hours ago
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WebMD - Mar 6, 2009
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
Chicago Tribune - 1 hour ago
By Janet Hook | Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - The wide-ranging spending bill that passed the House and now awaits Senate action is a milestone in the transfer of power in Washington: While attracting little public attention, it is both the last budget ...
Despite all the fighting, both parties favor big government in ... Detroit Free Press
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A suicide bomber has killed 28 people at a police recruitment centre in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, police say. At least 57 other people were wounded in the attack, which was reported to have been carried out by a bomber who drove his motorcycle into a ...
Bomb blast hits Iraq police station Aljazeera.net