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By David Gollust In Mexico City Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton promised the Obama administration will stand side-by-side with Mexico in its fight against drug cartels, and acknowledged that the United States shares blame for the deadly ...
Clinton: US shares blame for Mexican drug violence MiamiHerald.com
Clinton shows support for Mexico's response to drug violence guardian.co.uk
New York Times - 37 minutes ago
International Herald Tribune - 1 hour ago
AP EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, California: An F-22A Raptor, the Air Force's top-of-the line fighter jet, crashed Wednesday in a remote area of the Mojave Desert, killing a test pilot for prime contractor Lockheed Martin Corp.
F-22 Fighter Jet Crashes on Test Flight Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
By James G. Neuger March 26 (Bloomberg) -- The collapse of the Czech government threatened a new setback for the European Union’s stalled governing treaty, distracting the bloc’s leadership just as President Barack Obama presses for bolder European ...
EU hustles to control damage after outburst International Herald Tribune
Ha'aretz - 43 minutes ago
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
KABUL (AP) - One roadside bomb killed 10 civilians Wednesday in a van along a route used by foreign troops in eastern Afghanistan while another wounded three Australian troops - highlighting a tactic increasingly favored by Taliban militants.
NATO kills two Afghan civilians PRESS TV
The Associated Press - 28 minutes ago
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (AP) - The Coast Guard suspended its search Wednesday night for four missing crew members of a fishing boat that sank off the New Jersey coast.
Coast Guard suspends Lady Mary crew member search The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Coast Guard suspends search for crew of NJ boat Chicago Sun-Times
Reuters - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US historian and civil rights advocate John Hope Franklin, credited with helping create the field of African-American history, died on Wednesday at age 94, Duke University said.
Leading black scholar John Hope Franklin dies at 94 Houston Chronicle
Pioneering historian John Hope Franklin dies at 94 The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Jonathan Cannon, citing questions about a foundation for which he served as a board member, said he didn't want to be a distraction.
Obama's pick for EPA deputy administrator withdraws New York Times
Corps of Engineers escalates mountaintop removal mining fight Charleston Gazette
Washington Post - 39 minutes ago
By Tomoeh Murakami Tse NEW YORK, March 25 -- Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner said Wednesday that the United States would do whatever it takes to make sure the dollar would remain the world's dominant reserve currency, clarifying comments he had ...
China and the Dollar Wall Street Journal
BusinessWeek - 1 hour ago
By Moira Herbst Reports of deep job cuts at International Business Machines (IBM) come at a potentially delicate time for the company—just as it is hoping to secure money from the federal stimulus package.
AP Source: IBM to lay off 5000 US-based workers The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - 2 hours ago
By RANDALL SMITH, JONATHAN WEISMAN and LIAM PLEVEN Some American International Group Inc. employees, vilified for receiving bonuses amid the $173 billion bailout of their company, are fighting back.
AIG Exec's Public Exit Won't Be the Last TheStreet.com
ChannelWeb - 4 hours ago
Blockbuster and tivo announced a new partnership that will allow tivo subscribers with Series 2 or higher boxes and a broadband Internet connection to rent and purchase movies on-demand from the video store chain's library.
AHN - 23 minutes ago
Houston, TX (AHN) - The US space shuttle Discovery with seven astronauts on Wednesday undocked from the International Space Station and took photos of the orbiting laboratory's new solar wings before heading back to Earth.
BBC News - 2 hours ago
By Maggie Shiels Global sales of Nintendo's Wii console have passed 50 million, the company's boss Satoru Iwata has said. The Wii is now the fastest-selling games console in history, surpassing the PlayStation 2. Mr Iwata also said that Nintendo's ...
Entertainment Weekly - 2 hours ago
Now that we've all (hopefully) recovered from President Obama's controversial decision to chase American Idol from its Tuesday-night home -- for the second time this season!
'American Idol': Top 10 perform Baltimore Sun
People Magazine - 1 hour ago
By Ken Lee A man alleged to be a crazed fan of Olympian Shawn Johnson was arrested Monday near the set of Dancing with the Stars. Police later found two loaded guns in the man's car.
Reuters - 1 hour ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Taking to the airwaves again to pitch his economic plan, President Barack Obama drew 40 million viewers for his latest news conference, down some 9 million from his first prime-time press encounter last month.
Arts, Briefly Crime Ratings Good, but Obama Is the Chief New York Times
Ratings: 'American Idol' wins another week Entertainment Weekly
Kansas City Star - 29 minutes ago
By Sports Network Luke Harangody exploded for 30 points and also collected 11 rebounds, as Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeated the Kentucky Wildcats, 77-67, in NIT action at the Joyce Center.
Harangody's 30 lead Notre Dame past Kentucky Indianapolis Star
Irish Heading Back To New York Fighting Irish Insider
FOXSports.com - 1 hour ago
by Randy Hill GLENDALE, Ariz. - Another roadside distraction has confronted the University of Connecticut men's basketball team on a March Madness journey the Huskies are hoping leads to the Final Four in Detroit.
For six schools, March has been oh-so sweet The Associated Press
uconn Focuses On Court, And On Purdue Hartford Courant
New York Times - 31 minutes ago
By LARRY DORMAN ORLANDO, Fla. - For Tiger Woods, the rehab is over and the game is on. At a course where he has won five times, including last year, he is ready to start winning again.
Tiger needs to put it all together at Bay Hill FOXSports.com
Woods to play in China before going Down Under The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - 1 hour ago
By JACOB GOLDSTEIN Only 9% of US hospitals have electronic health records, according to a new survey that reveals the gap between the present state of American health care and a high-tech future envisioned by policy makers.
Few Hospitals Embracing Electronic Health Record Systems U.S. News & World Report
Wall Street Journal - 2 hours ago
By PHILIP SHISHKIN Circumcision significantly reduces the risk of contracting herpes and human papillomavirus, says a new study that adds to the growing scientific evidence that the procedure helps stem the spread of some sexually transmitted diseases.
Circumcision Guards Against STDs U.S. News & World Report
Reuters - 9 hours ago
By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Obama administration should appoint a senior food safety official within the Food and Drug Administration as a first step toward safeguarding the US food supply, two advocacy groups said on Wednesday.
US Urged to Start 'Fixing the Problem' of Food Safety U.S. News & World Report
Washington Post - 59 minutes ago
Voice of America - 6 hours ago
By David Gollust US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that the long-range missile launch North Korea is apparently preparing for would be a provocative act that would have consequences for Pyongyang.
San Jose Mercury News - 26 minutes ago
By Richard Simon and Bettina Boxall WASHINGTON - Congress on Wednesday approved the largest expansion of the wilderness system in 15 years, bestowing the highest level of federal protection on 2 million acres in nine states and launching one of the ...
Congress Votes 'Yes' to Sweeping Public Lands Protection Act Environment News Service
House passes bill protecting 2 million acres of wilderness Christian Science Monitor