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A tough-talking President Barack Obama moved yesterday to block the $165 million in bonuses for American International Group executives that prompted a new wave of outrage at corporate America and taxpayer bailouts.
The Case for Paying Out Bonuses at AIG New York Times
Outrage on AIG, but options less clear Philadelphia Inquirer
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
By Karen DeYoung Pakistan's ongoing political crisis, the Obama administration's first real-time foreign policy emergency, threatens to upend a new Afghanistan-Pakistan strategy before it leaves the White House drawing board.
AP Analysis: Zardari pays to end Pakistan crisis The Associated Press
US backs Pakistan restoring judge Aljazeera.net
CNN - 1 hour ago
(CNN) -- Members of Madagascar's military stormed the presidential palace and overran it Monday evening. President Marc Ravalomanana was in another palace at the time, reports said.
Madagascar Opposition Leader to Occupy Presidential Office Tuesday Voice of America
Jerusalem Post - 1 hour ago
By JPOST.COM STAFF Egypt is trying to persuade the US and the EU to ease their demands on Hamas in order to pave the way for a Palestinian unity government, Israel Radio reported early Tuesday morning.
Hamas, Israel fail to agree in Egypt talks ABC Online
Israel-Hamas talks fail over prisoner exchange Deutsche Welle
BBC News - 55 minutes ago
The trial of Josef Fritzl, the Austrian man charged with crimes against the children he kept and abused for years in a cellar, is to resume in Vienna.
Reuters - 10 hours ago
By Louis Charbonneau UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - A humanitarian aid group expelled by Sudan said on Monday it had considered cooperating with the International Criminal Court investigation of crimes in Darfur but promptly dismissed the idea.
US Condemns Sudanese Action Against Aid Groups Voice of America
Sudan: Groups Told to Exit Within Year New York Times
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Gerald Herbert / AP President Obama, with Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki. Obama supporters are being asked to call lawmakers to lobby for his budget.
Casey, others seek to slow climate bill Philadelphia Inquirer
Obama using campaign tools to promote agenda Chicago Tribune
New York Daily News - 49 minutes ago
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
By Scott Wilson The Obama administration responded sharply yesterday to former vice president Richard B. Cheney's comments in a weekend interview that the new president "is making some choices that, in my mind, will in fact raise the risk to the ...
Gibbs takes verbal slap at Cheney CNN International
Gibbs on Cheney’s remarks: “I guess Limbaugh was busy” Christian Science Monitor
Detroit Free Press - 41 minutes ago
BY PHILIP ELLIOTT • AP • March 17, 2009 WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama offered on Monday a fresh package of aid to small businesses -- "the heart of the American economy" -- in an aggressive push to get big banks that got federal bailout money to ...
Obama Acts to Aid Small Businesses New York Times
Small-Business Lending Gets a Boost Washington Post
International Herald Tribune - 37 minutes ago
AP SEATTLE: The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which has chronicled the news of the city since logs slid down its steep streets to the harbor and miners caroused in its bars before heading north to Alaska's gold fields, will print its final edition ...
Seattle newspaper to be exclusively Web-based Houston Chronicle
New York Times - 4 hours ago
By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED Federal prosecutors said that they would seek the forfeiture of property owned largely by Ruth Madoff, the wife of the financier Bernard L. Madoff, ranging from multimillion-dollar homes to silverware.
PC Magazine - 2 hours ago
by Chris Preimesberger Cisco's Unified Computing Server Strategy launched Monday and was met with mixed reviews, with rival HP leading the criticism.
Cisco offers its first server computer San Francisco Chronicle
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New York Daily News - 15 hours ago
Boston Globe - 41 minutes ago
By Christopher L. Gasper FOXBOROUGH - When the Patriots open the 2009 season, their best outside linebacker might go by the name of Julius Peppers, but yesterday, when the team opened its offseason conditioning program, Peppers was still a Carolina ...
Panthers deny Peppers to Pats trade report Eagle Tribune
ESPN - 1 hour ago
By Amy K. Nelson MIAMI -- Team USA had just left the field after its workout on Monday afternoon when Heath Bell thought out loud about which team he would be facing on Tuesday night.
Venezuela tops Puerto Rico in impassioned game MiamiHerald.com
Philadelphia Daily News - 1 hour ago
By DAVID MURPHY CLEARWATER, Fla. - Cole Hamels did not look, act or speak like a pitcher on the verge of a medical calamity as he stood near his locker yesterday morning and chatted casually with reporters.
Phillies' Cole Hamels to have left elbow examined Los Angeles Times
Jim Salisbury: Hamels' sore elbow reason for concern Philadelphia Inquirer
New York Times - 3 hours ago
The broadcaster Don Imus said he had prostate cancer, the Web site of the New York television station WCBS (wcbstv.com) reported. Mr.
People: Radio host Don Imus announces on air he has prostate cancer San Jose Mercury News
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - You've heard that diabetes hurts your heart, your eyes, your kidneys. New research indicates a more ominous link: That diabetes increases the risk of getting Alzheimer's disease and may speed dementia once it strikes.
Alzheimer's drug shows promise The Tennessean
BBC News - 1 hour ago
Christian Science Monitor - 17 hours ago
The confidential report, published Sunday, could bolster calls for legal action against the Bush administration. By Jonathan Adams • A daily summary of global reports on security issues.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
By Emilie Lounsberry and Craig R. McCoy In the end, the verdict against Vincent J. Fumo was a resounding affirmation of the federal government's case against the once-powerful lawmaker.
Fumo Found Guilty On All Counts, Bail Set At $2M Evening Bulletin
John Baer: Fumo conviction underscores the case for Pa. term limits Philadelphia Daily News
San Francisco Chronicle - 58 minutes ago
In his latest effort to combat global warming, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to enlist the state's hard-luck youth. The governor on Monday announced the new California Green Corps, a statewide effort to train young adults between 16 and 24 years old ...
California's voters get next say in budget battles Christian Science Monitor