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U.S. News & World Report –Mar 17, 2009 –
New York Times - 5 hours ago
By AG SULZBERGER A top economic adviser to President Obama said on Sunday that she was confident that the economy would begin to rebound this year, a message starkly contradicted by Republican leaders who expressed doubts about the growing deficit.
US adviser sees hope of recovery BBC News
BBC News - 45 minutes ago
Four police officers have been killed in Oakland, California, after a driver was stopped by traffic officers. A 26-year-old man on parole allegedly opened fire on the police after he was pulled over on Saturday afternoon.
Fourth Officer in Oakland Shooting Dies New York Times
Reuters - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US Treasury Department announced on Sunday that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will hold a briefing on Monday morning on efforts to stabilize the financial system.
BBC News - 2 hours ago
By Louise Redvers Angolans began to gather at the cement factory yard while it was still dark, eager to get a good position to watch Pope Benedict XVI perform Mass.
Pope Says Mass in Luanda Voice of America
Reuters - 8 hours ago
By Fredrik Dahl TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran has responded to US President Barack Obama's offer of better relations by demanding policy changes from Washington, but the Islamic state is not closing the door to a possible thaw in ties with its old foe.
Voice of America - 7 hours ago
By VOA News A news report said Sunday that it is likely North Korea has sent two American journalists detained last week to the capital of Pyongyang for interrogation.
Report: Detained US reporters likely in Pyongyang The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - Mar 20, 2009
Alex Brandon / AP President Obama's joke to Jay Leno about a low bowling score has been called offensive. Despite the president's apology, athletes and others say they are disappointed with his remark on Jay Leno's show.
Perhaps Bowling Is a Subject Best Avoided Washington Post
WNYC - 1 hour ago
AP IMPACT: Mentally ill a threat in nursing homes by Brian Zumhagen NEW YORK, NY March 22, 2009 —Mayor Bloomberg says the nation needs to invest in its infrastructure to get the economy going again.
For Obama, mayor and governor: a win-win-win situation Los Angeles Times
Predictions for Schwarzenegger's next big role San Francisco Chronicle
FOXNews - 1 hour ago
White House officials acknowledged Sunday that using tax law to get back the $165 million in government-funded bonuses may be "a dangerous way to go.
Obama faces his first big distraction International Herald Tribune
Reuters - 35 minutes ago
DETROIT (Reuters) - The following is the text of a letter sent by financial and legal advisers to GM bondholders on Sunday raising concern about General Motors Corp's (GM.
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
By Jose Orozco March 22 (Bloomberg) -- Venezuela will invest $20 billion this year in non-oil sector development projects out of a total of $100 billion over the next four years, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said today in his weekly television ...
Venezuela's Chavez calls Obama 'ignorant' The Associated Press
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration's latest attempt to tackle the banking crisis and get loans flowing to families and businesses will create a new government entity, the Public-Private Investment Program, to help purchase as much as $1 ...
Obama's Big Week Forbes
Reuters - 35 minutes ago
By Irene Klotz HOUSTON, March 22 (Reuters) - NASA called off tests of the International Space Station's urine recycler on Sunday after problems developed and revamped plans for Monday's spacewalk to fix an improperly installed cargo platform attachment ...
Space shuttle moves to avoid chunk of space junk The Associated Press
Reuters - 20 hours ago
CNET News - 5 hours ago
by Jonathan Skillings It wouldn't be at all surprising if Facebook's response to the bad vibes elicited its latest redesign were straight out of the 1970 comic war movie "Kelly's Heroes.
Users criticise Facebook update BBC News
Can You Safely Revert to the 'Old' Facebook? PC Magazine
Reuters - 3 hours ago
By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES, March 22 (Reuters) - Nicolas Cage proved again to be a self-fulfilling prophet of the megaplex as his latest big-screen thriller, "Knowing," topped the North American box office this weekend with an opening tally of $24.8 ...
BO Analysis Mar. 22: Nicolas Cage Is All-'Knowing' Hollywood.com
» Nicolas Cage film 'Knowing' tops boxoffice Hollywood Reporter
Reuters - 17 hours ago
Movie star Harrison Ford, 66, and his longtime girlfriend, actress Calista Flockhart, 44, became engaged after he proposed marriage to her over the Valentine's Day weekend, People magazine reported on Saturday.
Indiana Jones to Say 'I Do' Extra TV
BBC News - 2 hours ago
A private funeral service has been held for the actress Natasha Richardson who died after a skiing accident. Her husband, actor Liam Neeson, was among the pallbearers who carried her coffin into a small church in upstate New York.
Natasha Richardson buried near upstate NY home The Associated Press
Actress Natasha Richardson laid to rest in upstate New York New York Daily News
Sports Network - 53 minutes ago
Bristol, TN (Sports Network) - Kyle Busch led 378 of 500 laps and easily held off his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin in a green-white-checkered finish to win Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch Cleans House At Bristol HardcoreRaceFans.com
Sports Network - 1 hour ago
Minneapolis, MN (Sports Network) - Cole Aldrich posted the sixth triple-double in NCAA Tournament history with 13 points, 20 rebounds and a career-high 10 blocks, as third-seeded Kansas handled 11th-seeded Dayton, 60-43 at the Hubert H.Humphrey ...
Jayhawks continue title defense in clash with Flyers Kansas City Star
Aldrich's triple-double sends KU over Dayton 60-43 The Associated Press
Newsday - 36 minutes ago
BY ERIK BOLAND | firstname.lastname@example.org DAYTON, Ohio - DuJuan Blair carried Pitt in its tournament opener, allowing the Panthers to avoid the ignominy of becoming the first No.
Pittsburgh downs Oklahoma State 84-76 The Associated Press
U.S. News & World Report - Mar 17, 2009
The Associated Press - 2 hours ago
CHICAGO (AP) - Ivory Jackson had Alzheimer's, but that wasn't what killed him. At 77, he was smashed in the face with a clock radio as he lay in his nursing home bed.
Ill. nursing homes tops in younger mentally ill Chicago Tribune
Wall Street Journal - 7 hours ago
By LORETTA CHAO BEIJING -- Chinese health authorities said Johnson & Johnson baby products were safe to use, concluding investigations of claims by a US activist group that the products contained cancer-causing chemicals.
Babies, Bathtime, and Cancer? Consumer Affairs
Christian Science Monitor - 4 hours ago
By Gail Russell Chaddock | Staff writer/ March 22, 2009 edition Reporter Gail Chaddock talks with Pat Murphy of CSMonitor.com about the effect the AIG bonuses and bailouts is having on members of Congress and their constituents.
Ynetnews - 47 minutes ago
Israel allowed prisoners belonging to Hamas to hold a meeting in jail to discuss their organization's position on the prisoner swap deal intended to secure the release of captive IDF soldier Gilad Shalit in exchange for hundreds of Palestinian ...
Mashaal: Israel tricked Hamas, Egypt Jerusalem Post
New York Times - 2 hours ago