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Indirect talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will continue until a breakthrough occurs toward direct negotiations, Defense Minister Ehud Barak told members of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Monday ...
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By Spencer Platt, Getty Images By Richard Wolf, USA TODAY GLENSIDE, Pa. - President Obama stepped up pressure Monday on his fellow Democrats to retool the nation's health care system, decrying those who put politics above policy.
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CAIRO - Elections across this region have long been viewed as not much more than window dressing to tidy up the image of authoritarian leaders and absolute monarchs eager for greater legitimacy.
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WASHINGTON - Representative Eric J. Massa, a Democrat from upstate New York accused of sexually harassing a male aide, charged in a radio interview over the weekend that Democratic Party leaders were behind an effort to drive him ...
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New York Times - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether the father of a Marine killed in Iraq may sue protesters who picketed his son's funeral with signs that read “God Hates You” and “Thank God for Dead Soldiers.
USA Today - 1 hour ago
Mark Critz, a former aide to the late Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., will be the Democratic candidate in a May 18 special election to fill out the remaining seven months of his former boss' term.
Pa. Dems pick Critz as nominee to fill Murtha seat The Associated Press
Dems Choose Nominee for Murtha Seat New York Times (blog)
Forbes - - 40 minutes ago
Northrop Grumman's decision to not participate in tanker competition shows the effectiveness of contract protests. WASHINGTON -- Northrop Grumman may be down, but it's certainly not out.
Northrop Grumman pulls out of Air Force tanker competition Washington Post
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USA Today - - 21 minutes ago
Oscar gold rubbed off on ABC Sunday as the top-rated awards show had its biggest audience in five years. The 3½-hour-plus ceremony averaged 41.3 million viewers, up 5 million from last year, as a widened field of 10 ...
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Reuters - - 1 hour ago
BEIJING, March 9 (Reuters) - China's $2.4 trillion stockpile of foreign exchange reserves is appropriately diversified in dollars, euro and yen and is not used for short-term speculation in the currency markets, ...
CHINA NPC: SAFE: Face Greater Pressure From Rising FX Inflows In 2010 Wall Street Journal
Wired News - - 4 hours ago
The Apple iPad's Oscar debut on millions of TVs may have been the talk of the town Monday morning, but not for long. Rival PC maker HP has launched a sneak attack on the iPad.
CNET - - 1 hour ago
It looks like gamers can finally start taking the Mac platform seriously. Confirming recent stirrings, Valve announced Monday that it will bring its gaming service Steam, and Source, its proprietary gaming engine, to Macs.
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Online retailer NewEgg said late Monday that it has confirmed that a shipment of Core i7s were indeed fake, and that it had broken off its supply relationship with IPEX, the supplier.
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MTV.com - - 2 hours ago
'It's evident that nobody's safe,' Lloyd Banks says about rappers not being above the law. By Shaheem Reid Now that Lil Wayne has been sentenced to one year in prison following several delays, the reality is setting in for his fans and friends.
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Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
Sandra Bullock has called fellow actor and Oscar contender Meryl Streep an “awesome broad.” But Bullock is shaping up to be a gal's gal herself.
Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
EXCLUSIVE: Fans of "The Cove," the environmentally themed film that won the best documentary Oscar last night, will be happy to know there's more where that came from.
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Yahoo! Sports - - 17 minutes ago
The 2008-10 Connecticut Huskies surpassed their 2001-03 counterparts with their 71st consecutive victory, a win against fifth-seeded - and sixth-ranked - Notre Dame.
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By Plain Dealer staff and wire reports AP photoSeneca Wallace has thrown for 25 touchdowns in eight years as an NFL reserve quarterback.
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ESPN - - 51 minutes ago
The Pittsburgh Steelers made several moves Monday, including re-signing safety Ryan Clark and bringing back former wide receiver Antwaan Randle El, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Clark to stay in Pittsburgh, Randle-El may return Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
Healthy-weight women who drink a light to moderate amount of alcohol - no more than two servings a day of red wine, white wine, beer or liquor - tend to gain less weight over time than non-drinkers, says a study in Monday's ...
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African-Americans and Hispanics are 10 times more likely to report having sex about every night than Asians, who seem to get the best sleep, according to a new poll by the National Sleep Foundation.
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The Associated Press - 9 hours ago
JOHANNESBURG - Cuts in donor funding could cause an HIV "nightmare," the United Nations' AIDS agency chief warned Monday.
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New York Times - - Mar 7, 2010
OAKLAND, Calif. - Tim Westergren recently sat in a Las Vegas penthouse suite, a glass of red wine in one hand and a truffle-infused Kobe beef burger in the other, courtesy of the investment bankers who were throwing a party to ...
Wall Street Journal - - Mar 5, 2010
The 'Son of Hamas' author on his conversion to Christianity, spying for Israel, and shaming his family. By MATTHEW KAMINSKI 'I absolutely know that in anybody's eyes I was a traitor," says Mosab Hassan Yousef.
Space.com - - Mar 5, 2010
Future Mars outposts or colonies may seem more distant than ever with NASA's exploration plans in flux, but the rocket technology that could someday propel a human mission to the red planet in as little as 40 days may already exist.
FOXNews - - Mar 5, 2010
The Democrats may lose seats in the mid-term elections but in the end getting access to health care and eliminating the games played by the health insurance industry will make many reticent Americans come over to the Obama side.
New York Times - - Mar 3, 2010
By TOM DOWNEY The short video made its way around China's Web in early 2006, passed on through file sharing and recommended in chat rooms.