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By Kevin G. Hall WASHINGTON - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner took the wraps off a key component of the Obama administration's bank-rescue plan yesterday, detailing a public-private partnership to buy the "toxic assets" that bedevil bank balance ...
Plans unveiled to erase toxic debt Baltimore Sun
Geithner Urges Stronger Financial Regulations New York Times
Bloomberg - 3 hours ago
By Karen Freifeld March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Nine of the top 10 recipients of bonuses at American International Group Inc. agreed to give back the money and half of the total $165 million paid may be retrieved, said New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.
$50 Million in AIG Bonuses to Be Repaid New York Times
Top AIG bosses 'to repay bonuses' BBC News
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
Oakland was awash in flowers, candles and tears Monday as shock over the slayings of four police officers slowly ebbed and the long process of mourning and soul-searching began.
Oakland police shootings stoke criticism of parole oversight Los Angeles Times
Gunman Was Suspect in Rape, Police Say New York Times
Washington Post - 5 hours ago
By Anthony Shadid and KI Ibrahim BAGHDAD, March 23 -- Bombs tore through two of Iraq's most dangerous regions Monday, killing 34 people, in the third day of devastating attacks this month.
Suicide bomber kills Kurdish mourners at a funeral in Iraq guardian.co.uk
AFP - 2 hours ago
LONDON (AFP) - Almost 2400 people were executed last year, including more than 1700 in China alone, but the world moved closer towards abolishing the death penalty, Amnesty International said.
Death penalty 'closer to demise' BBC News
CNN International - 3 hours ago
JERUSALEM (CNN) -- The Israeli military plans to investigate claims by Israeli soldiers that Palestinian civilians were killed and Palestinian property intentionally destroyed during Israel's recent 22-day offensive in the Gaza Strip.
UN Rights Expert Accuses Israel of War Crimes Voice of America
San Francisco Chronicle - 3 hours ago
MiamiHerald.com - 1 hour ago
By HANNAH SAMPSON Hundreds of educators, students and parents are expected to protest Tuesday afternoon in support of teacher raises for next school year before a Broward School Board hearing to discuss the issue.
Puyallup schools brace for deep cuts TheNewsTribune.com
More students switch schools in Modesto district Modesto Bee
Philadelphia Inquirer - 53 minutes ago
By Philip Elliott AP WASHINGTON - President Obama said yesterday the nation must move quickly to develop clean and innovative sources of energy after years of delay.
Who'll answer tonight's questions -- Pres. Obama or Sen. Obama? Los Angeles Times
Obama unyielding on energy proposals Boston Globe
Bloomberg - 6 hours ago
By Alaric Nightingale and Tony Hopfinger March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Alaskan fisherman JR Janneck’s boat is 38 feet. The SeaRiver Long Beach, the sister ship of the Exxon Valdez, which caused the worst oil spill in US history, is 987 feet and carries 1.5 ...
FOXBusiness - 5 hours ago
ORLANDO, Fla., March 23, 2009 /prnewswire via COMTEX/ ----Florida's existing home sales rose in February, making it the sixth consecutive month that sales activity showed increases in the year-to-year comparison, according to the latest housing data ...
Price is right for many first-time home buyers MiamiHerald.com
Foreclosures feed home sales The Tennessean
Reuters - 1 hour ago
By Sachi Izumi TOKYO, March 24 (Reuters) - The chief executive of Dell Inc (DELL.O) said on Tuesday that talk of IBM (IBM.N) possibly buying Sun Microsystems (JAVA.
Dell Upbeat On PCs; IBM-Sun Tie Could Create Opening CNNMoney.com
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
In February, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) decried the presence of expanded funding for "something called 'volcano monitoring' " in President Obama's stimulus package, turning the geologic program into a flash point for fiscal conservatives and ...
AHN - 2 hours ago
Houston, TX (AHN) - Two spacewalking astronauts on Monday failed to fix a misaligned external storage platform of the International Space Station (ISS) despite freeing its jammed pin, according to the US space agency NASA.
2 ex-teachers go on a space walk Philadelphia Inquirer
Astronauts take third, final spacewalk Boston Globe
InformationWeek - 11 hours ago
The iPhone and iPod Touch can become the dominant gaming platform due to constant connectivity and the App Store model, according to ngmoco founder Neil Young.
Ex-EA man schools iphone game makers Register
New York Times - 3 hours ago
Chicago Tribune - 1 hour ago
David Letterman dropped a bombshell during Monday night's "Late Show" on CBS: He and Regina Lasko, his girlfriend of 23 years, got hitched last week.
Tattle: Letterman, Regina Lasko tie the knot in Montana Philadelphia Daily News
David Letterman finally marries longtime girlfriend Regina Lasko New York Daily News
Chicago Tribune - 1 hour ago
By Christopher Borrelli | Tribune reporter A year after Grant Achatz, the celebrated chef at Chicago's Alinea, won a James Beard Foundation Award for outstanding chef, Paul Kahan of Chicago's Blackbird has been nominated for the same award.
Zingerman's Young a finalist for Beard best-chef award Detroit Free Press
Two Atlantans are James Beard finalists Atlanta Journal Constitution
New York Times - 1 hour ago
Japan celebrated their team's win over Team Korea in the tenth inning of the World Baseball Classic in Los Angeles. By JACK CURRY LOS ANGELES - To Japan and South Korea, the final of the World Baseball Classic was more than the last game of a 16-team ...
Ichiro & Japan conquer World Baseball Classic New York Daily News
Detroit Free Press - 36 minutes ago
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
By Christopher L. Gasper DANA POINT, Calif. - The Patriots will open their season Sept. 14 at home against Terrell Owens and the Buffalo Bills in a "Monday Night Football" matchup.
TO a ho-hum no-show Philadelphia Daily News
Newsday - 47 minutes ago
BY JOHN RILEY | email@example.com A Brooklyn federal judge yesterday gave the US Food and Drug Administration 30 days to begin allowing minors who don't have a prescription to buy Plan B, the morning-after pill that was the subject of intense ...
FDA Ordered to Rethink Age Restriction for Plan B Washington Post
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 1 hour ago
AllAfrica.com - 45 minutes ago
The AIDS epidemic hit South Africa harder than most places and the same can be said for Drug-Resistant TB (DR-TB). The latest 2007 data is that more than 7300 people have multi drug resistant (MDR) TB and that over 500 extensively drug resistant TB ...
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
By Juliet Eilperin The Environmental Protection Agency's new leadership, in a step toward confronting global warming, submitted a finding that will force the White House to decide whether to limit greenhouse gas emissions under the nearly 40-year-old ...
The price of greenhouse gases Los Angeles Times
EPA poised to take a stance that would dramatically alter many ... Kansas City Star
Chicago Tribune - 1 hour ago
By Joel Hood | Tribune reporter A Bradley University graduate accused of being an Al Qaeda sleeper agent pleaded not guilty Monday in federal court in Peoria nearly six years after the Bush administration declared him an enemy combatant.
Accused Qaeda Sleeper Agent in Court New York Times
Los Angeles Times - 8 hours ago