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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats are mounting an aggressive effort to gain political credit for passage of the US healthcare overhaul and put Republicans on the defensive ahead of November elections.
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Approval for the 20-unit project for Jewish residents funded by a US businessman came as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was meeting with President Obama.
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Barack Obama's ambitious goal of freeing the world of nuclear weapons won a significant boost tonight when Russia indicated that it had reached agreement with the United States on a historic nuclear arms reduction treaty.
Video: White House: 'Very Close' on New Nuclear Pact The Associated Press
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WASHINGTON, March 24 (Reuters) - US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said he was driven "nuts" to find taxpayers were paying for 70 percent of the overhead at a factory involved in the increasingly expensive F-35 fighter jet, even though the ...
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Federal and local authorities are investigating a severed gas line at the home of US Rep. Tom Perriello's brother, discovered the day after Tea Party activists in Lynchburg posted the address online so opponents could “drop by” and ...
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CNN - - 1 hour ago
Education Secretary Arne Duncan said US students must do better "to compete in the global economy." Washington (CNN) -- The national report card for reading by fourth-graders was flat for 2009 compared with 2007, leaving Education ...
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New York Times - - 2 hours ago
A top Google executive on Wednesday called for new rules to put pressure on governments that filter the Internet, saying the practice was hindering international trade.
Reuters - - 47 minutes ago
NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - The euro sank to a 10-month low against the dollar on Wednesday while prices of US stocks and Treasuries fell on mounting concerns about a spiraling debt burden in some developed economies.
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SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Red Hat Inc. reported a fiscal fourth-quarter profit Wednesday that fell short of Wall Street estimates, and said that it would buy back $300 million in common stock.
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Macworld - - 54 minutes ago
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A previously unknown kind of human group vanished from the world so completely that it has left behind the merest wisp of evidence that it ever existed - a single bone from the little finger of a child, buried in a cave in the Altai ...
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BusinessWeek - - 41 minutes ago
March 24 (Bloomberg) -- Sprint Nextel Corp., the third- largest US mobile-phone carrier, rose in US trading after initial reviews of its first phone for the high-speed WiMax network.
Washington Post - - 24 minutes ago
Actor Robert Culp, 79, best known for his work in television's "I Spy" in the 1960s and more recently in "Everybody Loves Raymond," died this morning after a fall at his Hollywood home, authorities said.
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People Magazine - - 2 hours ago
Although Jesse James is hoping to salvage his marriage to Sandra Bullock, he's suddenly facing new allegations, including claims of a second affair and a report of sexual harassment.
New York Times - - 16 minutes ago
Let it be known that if you are the manager of a teenage pop star and can't tweet fast enough, you may face criminal penalties.
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What the Philadelphia Eagles decide to do with veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb could dictate where in the NFL Canadian free safety Oshiomogho (OJ) Atogwe plays this season.
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By Sports Network The NFL approved eight rule proposals Wednesday on the final day of the league's annual three-day conference, with a focus on how to better protect its players.
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March 24, 2010 -- On the heels of a warning that baby slings can kill infants, Infantino LLC has recalled 1 million of the products in the US and 15000 in Canada.
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Los Angeles Times - - 11 hours ago
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Reuters - - 48 minutes ago
BOSTON (Reuters) - Want to survive a heart attack, heart failure or pneumonia? Go to a busy hospital. Researchers reported on Wednesday that patients suffering from the three common health problems were less likely to die when treated in hospitals that ...
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Investor's Business Daily (blog) - - Mar 21, 2010
With House Democrats poised to pass the Senate health care bill with some reconciliation changes later today, it is worthwhile to take a comprehensive look at the freedoms we will lose.
TIME (blog) - - 2 hours ago
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New York Times - - 21 hours ago
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Yahoo! Tech - - Mar 20, 2010
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Huffington Post (blog) - Mar 19, 2010
I live in Michigan, in one of the 31 counties represented in the US House of Representatives by none other than Mr. Bart Stupak, a Democrat.