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ABC News - 2 hours ago
By CYNTHIA McFADDEN and BILL McGUIRE At least 10 people were killed Tuesday afternoon in a shooting rampage in southern Alabama by a lone gunman, according to the FBI.
Ten die in Alabama shooting spree BBC News
Houston Chronicle - 1 hour ago
By JAY ROOT AP Harry Cabluck AP Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, background, responds to a parliamentary inquiry by Sen. Royce West, D-Dallas, foreground, during the session in the Texas Senate Tuesday.
Senate passes earmark-loaded budget bill Salt Lake Tribune
Senate Approves $410 Billion Bill to Fund Federal Government Washington Post
USA Today - 56 minutes ago
By Louis Lanzano, AP By Kevin McCoy, USA TODAY NEW YORK - Bernard Madoff is expected to plead guilty to 11 criminal charges with a combined maximum penalty of 150 years in prison, enough to all but ensure the disgraced financier dies behind bars, ...
Motive in Madoff case murky Reuters
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
By Anthony Shadid BAGHDAD, March 10 -- In the second devastating suicide bombing in three days, an assailant Tuesday detonated explosives in a crowded market as tribal leaders prepared for a reconciliation meeting, killing as many as 33 people and ...
2nd suicide bombing perils Iraqi alliances International Herald Tribune
Washington Post - 50 minutes ago
By Kevin Sullivan CRAIGAVON, Northern Ireland, March 10 -- Matt Thompson was watching television Monday evening when he heard a sound he had never wanted to hear again: two loud gunshots.
Ireland unites against the killers guardian.co.uk
Reuters - 1 hour ago
By John Whitesides WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States accused China on Tuesday of adopting a more aggressive military stance in the South China Sea as a naval confrontation caused anger in Beijing and raised tension before a US visit by China's ...
US Intelligence Official Says China Adopting More Aggressive ... Voice of America
Wall Street Journal - 2 hours ago
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama called for tying teachers' pay to student performance and expanding innovative charter schools Tuesday, embracing ideas that have provoked hostility from members of teachers unions.
Obama urges longer school hours, extended school year Kansas City Star
Local educators hail Obama's support for preschool, teacher quality Whittier Daily News
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
By Binyamin Appelbaum Washington Post Staff Writer When Citicorp and Travelers Group agreed on a historic merger in 1998, the heads of the two companies placed a courtesy call to inform the Treasury Department.
Asian markets rally on Citigroup CEO's comments International Herald Tribune
USA Today - 50 minutes ago
By Marilyn Adams and Dan Reed, USA TODAY Delta Air Lines (DAL), which has pinned its hopes for success on international expansion, said Tuesday the recession will force it to cut trans-Atlantic flying capacity up to 13% and trans-Pacific flying up to ...
Airlines: Capacity Cuts Go Abroad BusinessWeek
Delta expects profitable year and 2Q despite expected 1Q loss Bizjournals.com
Bloomberg - 4 hours ago
By Christopher Condon March 10 (Bloomberg) -- US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said money-market mutual funds may need more regulation, though he didn’t endorse rules backed by former Fed chief Paul Volcker that would treat the industry more ...
Bernanke gives hope for a real plan CNNMoney.com
ChannelWeb - 1 hour ago
By Damon Poeter, ChannelWeb Rumors are once again swirling that Apple is planning to build a netbook but one Apple reseller thinks the computer maker's plans will be a lot less conventional than simply following the herd of vendors now making cheap, ...
Reports: Apple netbook to launch later this year Computerworld
Slashdot - 45 minutes ago
snydeq writes "For the past several months, Microsoft has engaged in an extended public mea culpa about Vista, holding a series of press interviews to explain how the company's Vista mistakes changed the development process of Windows 7.
Monsters and Critics.com - 3 hours ago
San Francisco - After being compared to a Teletubby gone mad, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak turned to Facebook and Twitter Tuesday to help him survive the first round of the popular TV show Dancing With The Stars.
Woz and a Pink Boa Hit the Dance Floor Wall Street Journal
Geeks Rush To Boost Steve Wozniak's Dance Score NewsFactor Network
People Magazine - 30 minutes ago
By Michelle Tauber and Lizz Leonard That remains a real possibility now that a rep for Nickelodeon has said the network has no plans to remove Brown, 19, from the running for the favorite male singer award and favorite song for "Kiss Kiss.
Would a Rihanna-Chris Brown duet be a winning combination? Los Angeles Times
East Coast Bias - 30 minutes ago
So we're finally past devastatingly tantalizing close Maryland basketball losses to superior opponents on Tuesday nights. Now we've moved on to embarrassing losses to inferior opponents on Sundays.
'American Idol' needs to open the closet door Los Angeles Times
American Idol’s Dialing Disaster? People Magazine
MSNBC - 2 hours ago
"People" magazine reports the Suleman family is buying a new home in Orange County, California listed at over $500000 for the 33-year-old single mother and her 14 children.
Octuplets mom talks about moving to new home San Jose Mercury News
Sports Network - 34 minutes ago
USA Today - 2 hours ago
By Doug Benc, Getty Images By Steve DiMeglio By Steve DiMeglio, USA TODAY DORAL, Fla. - Tiger Woods has sat atop the world golf rankings for nearly 540 weeks during his career and has been No.
World Golf Glance International Herald Tribune
Garcia has a shot at No. 1 in the world The Associated Press
New York Daily News - 1 hour ago
BY Michael O'Keeffe And Teri Thompson Roger Clemens' lawyer has maintained for more than a year that the bloody gauze pads, syringes and vials Brian McNamee turned over to federal investigators trying to determine if the pitcher perjured himself before ...
Banned substances found on Roger Clemens' trainer's materials Los Angeles Times
The Associated Press - 2 hours ago
LONDON (AP) - Doctors screening women for ovarian cancer were able to pick up the disease about two years earlier than normal, according to a British study published Wednesday.
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
By Nancy-Ann DeParle LAST WEEK, President Obama took a bold step on healthcare: He brought together a wide array of people who have a stake in the healthcare system with the people who have the ability to change it.
WH budget director grilled on health plan details The Associated Press
CNN - 3 hours ago
By Shahreen Abedin NEW YORK (CNN) -- Seven-year-old Heather McNamara was heading home Tuesday, a month after surgery that temporarily removed organs from her digestive tract to allow removal of a tennis ball-size tumor.
AFP - 1 hour ago
FOXNews - 46 minutes ago
AP Army officials have charged a soldier for the death of a 16-year-old girl on an Army base south of Tacoma, Q13 FOX reported. Private Timothy Bennitt was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of Leah King on February 15.
Soldier charged in Wash. teen's overdose death The Associated Press
CNN - 1 hour ago
By Kelly Marshall (CNN) -- A long-hidden message has been discovered inside Abraham Lincoln's pocket watch, the Smithsonian's Museum of American History announced Tuesday.
Hidden Message Found in Lincoln Pocket Watch Washington Post
Museum reveals engraving hidden in Lincoln watch The Associated Press