San Jose Mercury News - - 1 hour ago
People attend a 'Kill the Bill' rally in opposition to government reform of health care in Washington, DC Saturday, March 20, 2010.
GOP Senators Prepare Delaying Tactics for Remaining Healthcare Bill Los Angeles Times
MarketWatch - - 31 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Google Inc.'s decision to brazenly challenge Internet censorship laws in China may encourage other firms doing business in the Middle Kingdom to adopt a bolder tone, industry experts say.
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Los Angeles Times - 5 hours ago
Rep. Randy Neugebauer of Texas said his remark, shouted during Rep. Bart Stupak's floor speech, was 'mistakenly interpreted' and referred to the White House agreement on abortion funding.
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As members of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee entered the Washington Convention Center on Monday for their annual conference, a man stood outside, handing out copies of what he called "today's statement.
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New York Times - 1 hour ago
By AP President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, dismissed his labor minister and reshuffled several other cabinet posts on Monday after leftists trounced his conservatives in regional elections.
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Washington Post - - 6 hours ago
KABUL -- President Hamid Karzai held talks here Monday with representatives of one of the key insurgent groups battling his government, as the president continues his high-stakes push for an eventual reconciliation among all of ...
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New York Times - - 54 minutes ago
The community organizing group Acorn announced Monday that it would close all its remaining state affiliates and field offices by April 1. The organization is “developing a plan to resolve all outstanding debts, obligations and other ...
Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
The Senate Banking Committee approved far-reaching legislation on Monday to overhaul the nation's financial regulatory system by a 13-10 vote along party lines.
Senate Committee Approves Finance Overhaul Rules Wall Street Journal
Senate banking panel OKs sweeping financial overhaul bill Los Angeles Times
The Associated Press - - 26 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - Transforming the nation's air traffic system by replacing World War II-era radar with 21st century GPS technology would be accelerated under a bill approved Monday by the Senate.
New York Times - - 33 minutes ago
Delta Air Lines and US Airways said Monday that they had agreed to give up 20 pairs of takeoff and landing rights at La Guardia Airport and Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington to gain federal approval for a larger exchange of ...
Delta, US Air Offer Airport Slots Wall Street Journal
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CNBC - 1 hour ago
Stocks ended higher Monday, led by health care, as passage of the health-care bill lifted uncertainty surrounding the legislation that was hanging over the market.
US Stocks Rise On Williams-Sonoma, Health-Care Companies Wall Street Journal
Health care companies pull stock market higher BusinessWeek
The Associated Press - - 2 hours ago
NEW YORK - The Obama administration's pay czar is launching a review of compensation for 25 top executives at all financial firms that received federal bailout money, according to three people familiar with the plan.
Video: Pay Czar: Objective to Repay Taxpayers Fox Business
PC World - 2 hours ago
Amazon has posted a preview of the future of e-books, its Kindle e-reader app for Apple's forthcoming iPad. Amazon, the top e-book reseller, is teaming its e-book format with the most anticipated tablet device we've seen so far.
PC World - - 34 minutes ago
There are a number of considerations to take into account when determining where to set up a business. Favorable tax codes, proximity to customers or suppliers, general climate or weather conditions, and other factors all play into the ...
PC World - - 6 hours ago
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MTV.com - 5 hours ago
'I have a record coming out in June, and that's going to be the last thing I do in music for a while,' she says. Miley Cyrus stopped by "Good Morning America" on Monday (March 22) and followed up her New York City press tour with a stop by "The View," ...
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People Magazine - - 17 minutes ago
Sandra Bullock had originally planned also to travel to Berlin to promote the film, for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress on March 7, before taking a break from making movies.
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USA Today - 6 hours ago
Kate Gosselin says she pays no attention to critics and gossip tied to her stint on ABC's Dancing With the Stars, which begins its 10th season tonight.
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MLB.com - - 2 hours ago
PHOENIX -- Twins general manager Bill Smith had his photo op with Joe Mauer on Monday night, when Minnesota planned to announce Mauer's new eight-year, $184 million contract extension.
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Seattle Post Intelligencer - 37 minutes ago
Orlando, FL (Sports Network) - The San Francisco 49ers announced they have cut ties with general manager Scot McCloughan. "This is in the mutual interest of both parties," 49ers president Jed York said during a conference call from the owners meetings ...
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National Post - 50 minutes ago
Shaun Best/Reuters Tiger Woods addressed his recent problems in two separate five-minute interviews released simultaneously on Sunday, to ESPN and The Golf Channel.
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON, March 22 (Reuters) - Doctors should temporarily stop using GlaxoSmithKline Plc's (GSK.L) (GSK.N) Rotarix vaccine against a diarrhea-causing virus called rotavirus because it is contaminated with an ...
FDA asks doctors to temporarily halt use of Rotarix vaccine Washington Post
CNN - 4 hours ago
(CNN) -- Ten states plan to file a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the new health care reform bill, Florida's attorney general announced Monday.
Fla. Republicans take aim at Obama's health care bill Palm Beach Post
Clyburn says health care is civil rights issue MiamiHerald.com
MarketWatch - - 6 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Hospital and nursing home operators are sharply up while health insurers are mixed, with the nation's biggest carriers in the red.
A New Dawn for Health-Care Stocks Barron's
New York Times - - Mar 21, 2010
American consumers, who spent a year watching Congress scratch and claw over sweeping health care legislation, can now try to figure out what the overhaul would mean for them.
New York Times - - Mar 20, 2010
Angry nuns have been calling Congressman Bart Stupak's office to complain about his dismissive comments on their bravura decision to make a literal Hail Mary pass, break with Catholic bishops and endorse the health care bill.
CNN - - Mar 21, 2010
Jerusalem (CNN) -- Israel has no intention of backing down in its argument with the United States over Israeli plans to build 1600 apartments on disputed land in largely Arab East Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
Daily Mail - Mar 19, 2010
By Daily Mail Reporter Military chiefs and MPs blasted internet giant Google today after its Street View service included detailed pictures of the headquarters of the SAS.
New York Times - - Mar 20, 2010
Went to a big Washington dinner last week. You know the kind: Large hall; black ties; long dresses. But this was no ordinary dinner.