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The Obama administration abandons the term favored under Bush and declares that the president may no longer order suspects deemed to be dangerous captured and held without trial.
Justice Dept. drops 'enemy combatant' Boston Globe
US Won’t Label Terror Suspects as ‘Combatants’ New York Times
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Newly filed court documents show Bernard L. Madoff and his wife had a net worth of more than $823 million at the end of last year.
Baltimore Sun - 51 minutes ago
AP WASHINGTON - Turning more upbeat, President Barack Obama said yesterday that his administration is working to create a "post-bubble" model for solid economic growth once the recession ends.
Obama Voices Optimism on the Economy New York Times
Key aide hopeful crisis is easing Philadelphia Inquirer
The Associated Press - 35 minutes ago
International Herald Tribune - 1 hour ago
AP ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's president urged opposition parties Saturday to negotiate an end to the country's political crisis while vowing to maintain law and order "at all cost" in the face of gathering anti-government protests.
In Pakistani Opposition, a Mix of Motivations Washington Post
New York Times - 3 hours ago
By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE The police arrested three more people in three European countries over false Internet warnings of school shootings on Friday, two days after a teenager shot dead 15 people in Germany.
Was the 'gunman warning' a hoax? BBC News
New York Times - 2 hours ago
By PETER STEINFELS Almost no one was surprised this week when President Obama lifted restrictions on stem cell research that involved the destruction of human embryos.
Comment by Martin Pera Director, Broad Center, USC
Should Stem Cell Research Ban Have Been Lifted? Washington Post
Arizona Republic - 52 minutes ago
by Michael Kiefer - Mar. 14, 2009 12:00 AM The jurors took their job seriously, slogging through 87 counts, testimony from 150 witnesses and notes from six long months of trial.
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
By Binyamin Appelbaum A California congresswoman who this fall helped a bank partly owned by her husband seek government money has said she previously intervened with federal regulators to help clear the way for that bank to buy another firm.
Congresswoman Lashes Out at Critics of a Bank Meeting New York Times
Bloomberg - 3 hours ago
By Rebecca Christie and Kim Chipman March 14 (Bloomberg) -- The US sought to ease Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s concern about the security of his country’s investments in US government debt, reiterating pledges to cut the budget deficit in half in four ...
Despite China's jitters, Treasury bond market stays calm Los Angeles Times
Bloomberg - 3 hours ago
By Patricia Hurtado and David Voreacos March 14 (Bloomberg) -- Dozens of investors, after hearing Bernard Madoff’s admission that he ran a $65 billion Ponzi scheme in which he lied and stole for decades, applauded in federal court in New York as he was ...
Madoff Had Accomplices: His Victims New York Times
New York Times - 4 hours ago
By JACK HEALY Wall Street closed higher for the fourth consecutive day on Friday, capping its best week since November, and one that gave investors a break from a relentless streak of declines.
Stock market makes it a four-in-a-row win streak Houston Chronicle
CNET News - 7 hours ago
by Jason Parker It's happened to just about everyone who has bought an iPhone app at the iTunes Store: At some point the app you paid $7.99 for goes on sale for $1.99--sometimes it's even free the next day.
Your phone, your life: New apps change how you use mobile devices ... San Jose Mercury News
Washington Post - 9 hours ago
The minimalist Shuffle has innovative text-to-voice technology, but the controls take some getting used to. Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments or material will be removed from the site.
Week in review: Apple shuffles feathers CNET News
The headphone shuffle Macworld
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
San Francisco Chronicle - 4 hours ago
Jon Stewart likes to say that he's just doing a fake news show. But the host of "The Daily Show" on the Comedy Central network cemented his position as a powerful populist with serious news credentials this week with his on-air thrashing of Jim Cramer, ...
Jon Stewart chastises Jim Cramer on 'The Daily Show' Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - 7 hours ago
AP / ET Anna Nicole Smith holds her daughter, Dannielynn Hope, with Howard K. Stern in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" at their Bahamas home in 2006.
Lawyer Says Howard K. Stern Hurt by Lies and Gossip People Magazine
California attorney general calls Stern an enabler Detroit Free Press
New York Daily News - 7 hours ago
By Michael Sheridan Did they duet or didn't they, that's the question fans of Chris Brown and Rihanna are asking now. Earlier in the day, CNN confirmed via an unnamed source that the singers sang together in a new recording.
Rihanna Is NOT a Role Model Entertainment Weekly
FOXSports.com - 1 hour ago
by Dick 'Hoops' Weiss, Special to FOXSports.com Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim should be used to this by now. Another night in the Big East Tournament.
'Cuse needs only one OT to reach title game Philadelphia Daily News
Syracuse's six-overtime win over UConn remains talk of New York New York Daily News
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
AP Phil Mickelson chipped in for another birdie and wound up with a 6-under-par 66 on Friday to build a two-shot lead in the CA Championship, putting him in the last group at Doral, Fla.
GOLF ROUNDUP: Mickelson leads by two; Tiger’s 10 back Atlanta Journal Constitution
Doral coming down to a Mic-Mac duel FOXSports.com
Boston Globe - 33 minutes ago
By Julian Benbow With newly crowned Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Ty Lawson walking with a boot on his right foot because of a big toe injury, North Carolina coach Roy Williams went into yesterday's quarterfinal game against Virginia ...
Jackets can’t slow down Douglas Atlanta Journal Constitution
Without Lawson, UNC survives Hokie scare Sports Network
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
Leaders from the House and Senate introduced legislation yesterday that would establish a federal ban on bisphenol A in all food and beverage containers.
Baby bottle chemical is removed BBC News
US lawmakers move to ban BPA from food, beverage containers Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told law students in Boston on Friday that there could be an opening on the Supreme Court "soon," but she did not indicate when it might come or who might be departing.
Ginsburg recounts career roadblocks Boston Globe
Ginsburg: Possible Court Opening Soon Boston Channel.com
Boston Herald - 4 hours ago
By Christine McConville Hologic Inc., a Bedford-based women’s health care company, has received US Food and Drug Administration approval for two new tests for human papillomavirus.
First DNA Tests for HPV Approved U.S. News & World Report
Washington Post - 6 hours ago
By Howard Schneider JERUSALEM, March 13 -- It has been nearly three years since Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was captured near the Gaza Strip in a cross-border raid by Palestinian gunmen, and the issue has dogged Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert ever ...
Questions for Jehan Sadat New York Times
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
Colleagues carry the coffin of Constable Stephen Carroll in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. The recent killings of two British soldiers and Carroll by dissident republicans are thought by many to be aimed at hurting the peace process.
Northern Ireland unites in mourning Catholic police officer Los Angeles Times
Policeman's funeral unites Northern Ireland Seattle Times
Christian Science Monitor - 19 hours ago
It seems that everyone is up in arms about earmarks: taxpayer groups, congressional Republicans, even President Obama. On Wednesday, the same day he signed the $410 billion omnibus spending bill, which contained more than $7 billion in earmarks, ...
In the Beltway, don't believe your eyes and earmarks The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
Earmarks: Déjà vu All Over Again eNews Park Forest