Wall Street Journal - 4 hours ago
Toyota Motor Corp. (TM, 7203.TO) said there are "strong indications" that a dramatic incident on a California highway involving a Prius last week was inconsistent with the findings of the auto maker's preliminary analysis.
Video: Toyota Casts Doubt on Account of Runaway Prius The Associated Press
CBS News - - 39 minutes ago
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio - It was March 15th, but President Obama showed no signs that he should "beware the Ides of March." On the contrary.
What if Obama fails on healthcare reform? Christian Science Monitor
Jerusalem Post - - 40 minutes ago
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, in a carefully worded Knesset speech Monday at a session with visiting Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, seemed to yield no ground to American demands to freeze housing construction in east ...
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President Sarkozy's prospects of a second term looked shakier yesterday after voters showed their distaste for his leadership by routing his party in the first round of elections for regional councils.
Analysis: Socialists try to keep dominance The Associated Press
A Warning to Sarkozy Wall Street Journal
Xinhua - - 1 hour ago
BANGKOK, March 15 (Xinhua) -- Thailand's Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Monday morning rejected the anti-government protestors' demand of House dissolution by noon while the latter decided to take further steps to push the government to give in, ...
Protesters Shut Down Parts of Bangkok New York Times
New York Times - - 4 hours ago
MUNICH - The priest at the center of a German sex-abuse scandal that has embroiled Pope Benedict XVI was suspended Monday, more than 30 years after the church first heard allegations that he had molested children.
Video: Catholic Church grapples with sex crimes in Germany worldfocusonline
German Priest Scandal May Sting Less Than in US Wall Street Journal
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The US Census is well into conducting its constitutionally mandated 2010 count but the exercise is already running over budget. AP March 15, 2010: Census Bureau Director Robert Groves talks about filling out the 2010 Census forms during a news ...
Census forms arrive this week, organizers say fill it out San Jose Mercury News
Ten things you should know about Census 2010 Christian Science Monitor
USA Today - - 44 minutes ago
The highly anticipated new video game God of War III, out today for the Sony PlayStation 3, is epic in the most traditional meaning of the term: The story concerns the Greek gods and the powerful Titans who ruled before Zeus ...
Sony's timing tricky for God of War III Los Angeles Times
Review: Brutal God of War III has great action San Francisco Chronicle
USA Today - 5 hours ago
Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey is no fan of President Obama's health care legislation, but the Texas Republican is a veteran of white-knuckle votes, and he says the odds are in favor of Democrats winning the big vote they plan this week.
Nancy Pelosi gets a little love (sort of) from man who stirs the Tea Party San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
PHILADELPHIA—He has a Ph.D. And a beard. It is hard not to think of Ben Bernanke as the embodiment of the Federal Reserve, wisely and nobly protecting the nation's financial security.
Dodd Eases Exclusion of Swaps Set to Be Cleared BusinessWeek
Dodd unveils sweeping financial regulation plan The Associated Press
BBC News - - 38 minutes ago
Europe's finance ministers have agreed how to help Greece in its battle to control its finances. After a meeting in Brussels, they revealed few details, except that they had ruled out any loan guarantees.
Wall Street Journal - - 22 minutes ago
A lifelong banking-industry executive was arrested Monday on numerous charges, including allegations of defrauding regulators in connection with what prosecutors said was his desperate effort to save his New York bank from ...
FDIC seizes New York's Park Avenue Bank and LibertyPointe Bank Los Angeles Times
Reuters - - 43 minutes ago
An Afghan man uses the Internet at the Lincoln US support library in Herat December 13, 2009. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US regulators released a blueprint for upgrading Internet access for all Americans, with Internet speeds up to 25 times the current ...
CNET - - 1 hour ago
LAS VEGAS--The next generation of Windows Phone, due out toward the end of the year, is a big focus at Microsoft's Mix conference here this week, and I'm starting to learn a few things about how Windows Phone 7 Series will--and won't--be ...
PC World - - 17 minutes ago
Twitter CEO Evan Williams announced Monday that the company plans to introduce a new platform called "@anywhere." The new service will allow Twitter users to connect to their Twitter accounts through third-party Websites such as The New York Times and ...
Twitter Looks to Extend Its Reach Wall Street Journal
Entertainment Weekly - - 5 hours ago
On The View this morning, Barbara Walters said Rielle Hunter, the mistress of former presidential candidate John Edwards, had called her in tears over the suggestive nature of some of the photos accompanying Hunter's lengthy GQ profile ...
Video: Edwards Mistress: 'We Love Each Other Very Much' The Associated Press
USA Today - 3 hours ago
Lady Gaga announced new tour dates today. The 2010 North American leg of The Monster Ball Tour, presented by Virgin Mobile, will begin June 28 at Montreal's Bell Centre and will travel to 31 cities in the US and Canada throughout the summer and fall.
Lady Gaga Releases Tour Dates TheCelebrityCafe.com
Reuters - - 59 minutes ago
ESPN television sportscaster Erin Andrews arrives at the 2009 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles in this July 15, 2009 file photograph. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A Chicago insurance salesman was sentenced to 30 months in prison on Monday for making nude videos ...
Erin Andrews's Peephole Stalker Gets 2 1/2 Years in Prison People Magazine
Erin Andrews is at stalker's hearing USA Today
Sports Network - 58 minutes ago
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Connecticut, Stanford, Tennessee and Nebraska all earned top seeds for the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament, which begins Saturday at campus sites around the country.
UConn's Last Chance For Positive Finish Hartford Courant
Stanford, Tennessee and Nebraska earn No. 1 seeds The Associated Press
Dallas Morning News - - 26 minutes ago
Stars center Mike Modano had an appendectomy Monday and could miss the next two weeks. Modano said via text that the appendix did not rupture and said doctors told him he would be out 1-2 weeks.
Sharks vs. Dallas San Jose Mercury News
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
The Galaxy midfielder and English national team member underwent surgery in Finland on Monday to repair a torn Achilles' tendon and is expected to be out for at least six months.
Beckham projected to return in mid-September The Associated Press
OregonLive.com - - 39 minutes ago
This item, and more than 150 others, are part of a massive recall of a seasoning - hydrolyzed vegetable protein - supplied by Basic Food Flavors, Inc. of Las Vegas.
Do not eat these Lay's potato chips SooToday.com
Some Lay's Smokey Bacon flavour potato chips recalled over salmonella fears The Canadian Press
Los Angeles Times - - 2 hours ago
BusinessWeek - - 2 hours ago
MONDAY, March 15 (HealthDay News) -- The incidence of non-melanoma skin cancer has steadily increased since the 1990s, making it by far the most common form of cancer, affecting more people than all other cancers combined, ...
Skin Cancer 'Epidemic' Rising Fast eFitnessNow
Skin Cancer Stats Concern Doctors KERO-TV 23
CNN - - Mar 12, 2010
Investigators are trying to determine whether any of the people in the photos were victims of Rodney Alcala. (CNN) -- Dozens of tips have poured in after California authorities released more than 100 photos of women and children on Thursday that are ...
Los Angeles Times - - 20 hours ago
About 50 schools in the US, including a few Ivy League campuses and several in California, are allowing men and women to room together.
New York Times - - Mar 11, 2010
If you ask a conservative Republican, you are likely to hear that Obama is a skilled politician who campaigned as a centrist but is governing as a big-government liberal.
CNN - - Mar 12, 2010
House Democratic leaders need at least 216 of their party's 253 members to vote in favor of the health care legislation. Washington (CNN) -- As House Democratic leaders advised their members Friday to prepare for a ...
Huffington Post (blog) - Mar 12, 2010
You wouldn't think this was possible, but Glenn Beck had apparently never actually sat down and listened to Bruce Springsteen's "Born In The USA," never heard the lyrics, never formed a familiarity with the song's storied history in American politics, ...