Reuters - - 39 minutes ago
WASHINGTON, March 23 (Reuters) - A jubilant President Barack Obama signed the most sweeping US social policy legislation in decades into law on Tuesday, putting his name on a healthcare bill that will help shape his ...
President Obama signs healthcare overhaul into law Los Angeles Times
Voice of America - 31 minutes ago
Photo: AP The leaders of Israel and the United States are meeting at the White House for the first time since a bitter dispute surfaced between the two allies about Israeli housing plans.
Netanyahu takes Israel's case to Obama Los Angeles Times
New York Times - - 38 minutes ago
The Bronx man who wounded a police officer in a shootout this week was killed by the police and not by a self-inflicted wound, the city medical examiner's office has determined.
Unable to speak, shot NYPD officer Robert Salerno writes notes to family ... New York Daily News
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Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton leads a large US delegation in Mexico City, reaffirming that the battle against violent gangs is one shared by both countries.
Voice of America - - 6 hours ago
A UN official says incidents of inter-tribal violence have escalated in South Sudan before key elections, killing 450 and displacing nearly 60000 since the beginning of this year.
ICC prosecutor: Sudan poll like vote under Hitler Washington Post
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Washington Post - - 6 hours ago
After introducing Obama at Tuesday's health-care bill signing ceremony, Vice President Biden turned to the president and said, "This is a big [expletive] deal.
Reuters - - 35 minutes ago
US soldiers prepare to fly while standing next to a CH-53 helicopter in Camp Bastion, Helmand Province, March 22, 2010. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon, ahead of any repeal of the US military's ban on gays in its ranks, will likely announce steps ...
Defense secretary orders review of military information programs Washington Post
Gates Orders Pentagon Review Wall Street Journal
CNBC - 4 hours ago
Bipartisan agreement on financial regulation reform was still seen as possible by some key US senators on Tuesday, a day after a Senate committee approved a Democratic bill on a party-line vote.
Will Walmart Pay for the Next Bailout? Wall Street Journal
Democrats push Wall Street bill to full Senate The Associated Press
New York Times - - 27 minutes ago
SHANGHAI - Even before Google began threatening to shut down its search service in China, it was not fitting in. Google and other major American Internet companies like Yahoo and eBay failed to gain significant traction in the Chinese ...
Video: Google's Action Angers China, Web Users Wonder The Associated Press
Google's Stock Wall Street Journal
Reuters - - 35 minutes ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - The euro fell to an all-time low against the Swiss franc on Wednesday despite Germany's signaling for the first time the previous day that it may accept European financial aid for debt-laden Greece as a last resort.
Reuters - - 14 minutes ago
TOKYO, March 24 (Reuters) - Japan's exports fell in February from the previous month in a sign that a rebound in external demand could start to slow as the impact of subsidies and stimulus measures wane.
Japanese Exports Rise 45% Wall Street Journal
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Sprint Nextel Corp on Tuesday unveiled the HTC EVO 4G from HTC Corp, the No. 3 US operator's first cellphone that will support its WiMax high-speed wireless service.
PC World - - 43 minutes ago
Nintendo's upcoming revision to its DS handheld will have screens no larger than those in the DSi XL and feature a force-feedback system that vibrates at certain points during games, according to a report in Wednesday's Nikkei newspaper.
First Look: Nintendo DSi XL Washington Post
PC World - - 5 hours ago
A survey from ComScore tried to figure out how people will use Apple's iPad, and found the most enthusiasm for browsing the Web and checking e-mail.
More Want iPad Than Kindle InformationWeek
msnbc.com - 1 hour ago
Sandra Bullock has not been looking for a divorce lawyer - and neither has husband Jesse James, their reps tell PEOPLE. TMZ reported Tuesday the actress's representatives "had been in touch with several high-end divorce lawyers," while James's reps had ...
New York Times - - 10 minutes ago
New York Daily News - - 4 hours ago
Shannen Doherty cried and Kate Gosselin drew a blank during the premiere of 'Dancing with the Stars' 2010. The female celebs just weren't themselves during the "Dancing with the Stars" premiere: mean girl Shannen Doherty teared up ...
Ratings: 'Dancing With the Stars' and 'Castle' hit record highs Entertainment Weekly
Los Angeles Times - - 26 minutes ago
Club owners vote 28-4 to change the sudden-death format in the playoffs. The team that gets the ball to start overtime must score a touchdown to win, or the other team gets a possession.
Video: NFL Changes Overtime for Playoff Games The Associated Press
NFL Votes to Change Playoff Rules for Overtime New York Times
The Associated Press - - 22 minutes ago
NORFOLK, Va. - Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma hugged his former assistant before their teams met in the second round of the NCAA women's tournament.
UConn women blow out Temple in NCAA second-round game Danbury News Times
No. 1 UConn routs Temple, 90-36 News & Observer
Washington Post - - 39 minutes ago
Federal prosecutors said Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas repeatedly lied about why he carried four unloaded guns into the Verizon Center locker room and tried to cover up his confrontation with a teammate, ...
Prosecutors Expected to Seek Three-Month Sentence for Arenas New York Times
Lawyers for NBA star Gilbert Arenas to seek no jail time CNN International
CNN - - 54 minutes ago
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Officials from 14 states have gone to court to block the historic overhaul of the US health care system that President Obama signed into law Tuesday, arguing the law's requirement that individuals buy health insurance ...
White House, experts: Health care suit will fail The Associated Press
States' lawsuits not likely to stop health overhaul MiamiHerald.com
WebMD - - 1 hour ago
March 23, 2010 -- Weight gain with age is common. But middle-aged women who start out at a healthy weight and get in an hour of moderate activity every day can avoid weight gain, according to a new study.
Wall Street Journal - - 33 minutes ago
Chowing down on calorie-laden food at chain restaurants is going to become more of a guilt trip. The health bill President Barack Obama signed into law Tuesday requires that restaurant chains post calorie counts for ...
Calorie Data to Be Posted at All Chains New York Times
US law to make calorie counts hard to ignore The Associated Press
Huffington Post (blog) - Mar 19, 2010
Sandra Bullock and Jesse James looked the happy couple at the Oscars, where Sandra Bullock picked up her Best Actress award a couple of weeks ago, but might she have had some idea about her husband's infidelity?
Fortune (blog) - - 3 hours ago
Apple (AAPL) closed at 228.36 Tuesday, up 3.61 points (1.61%) for the day to hit another record high - its seventh since March 5. While the whole market was up Tuesday - and tech stocks in particular - Apple has been enjoying a particular strong run.
New York Times - - Mar 19, 2010
It's a bad habit, and a little embarrassing, this lack of clarity. Especially because our breakup was brutally clear: one night nearly six years ago, Chris looked at me from his usual spot on the sofa and said, with a wave of his hand ...
Reuters - - Mar 19, 2010
Tea Partiers want it known that they are not Republican Party lapdogs, but are they a fringe movement or a sleeping giant, awakened?
New York Times - - Mar 22, 2010
Art handlers compete in the static hold event, in which they held framed pieces of lead (at 50 or 60 pounds) against a wall while a “curator” barked orders.