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OAKLAND, California (Reuters) - An Oakland, California man killed three police officers and wounded two others on Saturday in two separate shootings that began with a traffic stop and ended with a gun battle, police said.
3 Oakland officers killed, one critically hurt San Francisco Chronicle
3 Oakland cops killed, 1 critically injured; parolee slain in ... San Jose Mercury News
Washington Post - 5 hours ago
By Thomas Erdbrink TEHRAN, March 21 -- Iran's supreme leader on Saturday called President Obama's promise of better ties a "slogan" but said that if the United States changed its "attitude," Iran would do the same.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
By Lolita C. Baldor AP WASHINGTON - President Obama, in an interview airing this evening, told CBS's 60 Minutes that if Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner offered his resignation, the answer would be, "Sorry, buddy, you've still got the job.
Obama says treasury secretary's job is secure The Associated Press
New York Times - 6 hours ago
Young people cheered Pope Benedict XVI as he arrived on Saturday at a sports stadium in Luanda, the capital of Angola. By BARRY BEARAK LUANDA, Angola - Pope Benedict XVI, nearing the end of his first pilgrimage to Africa, on Saturday told priests and ...
Stampede mars pope's Angola visit Aljazeera.net
guardian.co.uk - 8 hours ago
CNN International - 1 hour ago
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (CNN) -- Pakistan's fired chief justice was reinstated in a flag-raising ceremony at his house Sunday after the government bowed to protesters' demands following days of massive demonstrations.
Pakistan reinstates chief justice Aljazeera.net
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Discovery astronauts took a second spacewalk yesterday at the International Space Station, this time to lighten the workload for future crews.
Astronauts get Sunday morning off after busy week The Associated Press
Former teacher takes 1st spacewalk Florida Today
Los Angeles Times - 33 minutes ago
As it happens, not long before President Barack Obama's special Special Olympics gaffe on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and his jiffy-quick apology, Vice President Joe Biden traveled all the way out to Boise, Idaho, to lend a senior administration ...
Perhaps Bowling Is a Subject Best Avoided Washington Post
Reuters - 5 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Starbucks, Costco Wholesale Corp and Whole Foods Market are joining forces to propose alternatives to a bill that makes it easier for workers to unionize but is strongly opposed by US corporations.
Major retailers push alternatives to card check The Associated Press
Retailers floating union compromise Washington Times
Washington Post - 6 hours ago
By David Cho The Treasury Department will unveil the next step in its financial rescue efforts tomorrow, announcing that it intends to create a government body, called the Public Investment Corp.
Administration wants to buy up banks' toxic assets The Associated Press
Reuters - 1 hour ago
(Reuters) - Venezuela will almost triple the amount of debt it takes on this year and trim its budget to offset lower oil revenues in the OPEC nation, leftist President Hugo Chavez said on Saturday.
Crisis forces Venezuela to hike taxs, issue debt International Herald Tribune
Wall Street Journal - 4 hours ago
Fed Buying Begins: The Federal Reserve is expected to begin its $300 billion Treasury-bond purchasing program this week. As intended, the plan has already pushed down rates on bonds and mortgages.
Fed's Move to Buy Bonds Lifts Markets Washington Post
Federal Reserve to buy up some Treasury bonds San Francisco Chronicle
New York Times - 11 hours ago
Palm views the Pre, to be released by July 1, as the single smartphone for consumers’ work and entertainment lives. By RANDALL STROSS COMEBACK stories are irresistibly appealing, in business as well as in sports.
Dell's iphone Killer rejected by carriers as too dull Apple Insider
ChannelWeb - Mar 20, 2009
Microsoft Internet Explorer users aren't exactly rushing to embrace IE 8, the new release of the Web browser that debuted Thursday.
IE8 launch bumps browser's market share by 30% Computerworld
Ars Technica - Mar 19, 2009
The Associated Press - 6 hours ago
NEW YORK (AP) - A mahogany casket bearing Natasha Richardson's body was taken Saturday to the country home where she married Liam Neeson in 1994, according to a published report.
Natasha Richardson: Tragic Delays After Her Fatal Fall People Magazine
Star Report: Could a medical helicopter have saved Miranda Richardson? San Jose Mercury News
Reuters - 2 hours ago
Los Angeles Times - 14 hours ago
The series conclusion of "Battlestar Galactica" earned praise from TV critics, who saw it before it aired Friday night. The LA Times' Mary McNamara raved, " 'Battlestar Galactica's' finale is everything a fan, of the show and of television, ...
Battlestar Galactica’s Series Finale Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies
New York Times - 3 hours ago
Duke's Gerald Henderson goes up for a shot against AJ Abrams of Texas on Saturday. More Photos > By VIV BERNSTEIN GREENSBORO, NC - Two years had passed without Duke visiting the NCAA tournament’s Round of 16, a lapse that has caused no small amount of ...
Duke savors Sweet 16 appearance FOXSports.com
New York Times - 1 hour ago
By JACK CURRY LOS ANGELES - The South Korean baseball players have a definite swagger, a way of performing that oozes confidence. They wear flashy blue, red and white uniforms, they wield orange bats and they puff out their chests a bit more than most ...
S. Korea advances to final San Francisco Chronicle
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
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Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
If the agency is divided into two, one to oversee food and the other medicine, speedier drug approvals could be one side effect. Associated Press Washington -- As momentum builds to rework the nation's food-safety system after a salmonella outbreak ...
Drug industry likes idea of splitting FDA Atlanta Journal Constitution
Restoring FDA Credibility New York Times
New York Times - Mar 19, 2009
Don Duncan, who runs a Los Angeles medical marijuana business, said he expected less federal attention but more local scrutiny. By SOLOMON MOORE LOS ANGELES - The air inside the Los Angeles Patients and Caregivers Group was pungent with the aroma of ...
Comment by Kris Hermes Media Specialist, Americans for Safe Access
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Times Online - 11 hours ago
A FORMER nunnery that has been converted into a comfortable modern prison is expected to be chosen by Josef Fritzl as the place in which to serve his life sentence.