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Pope Benedict XVI was drawn deeper yesterday into the clerical sex abuse scandal that has begun to overwhelm the Roman Catholic Church, when he was accused of personally failing to take action against a serial paedophile.
Video: Vatican: No Trial of Priest Accused by Deaf Boys The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
The GOP could gain from voter anger stirred by the bill's passage, displayed by threats and vandalism. But Democrats question whether the party has crossed into reckless provocation.
Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
The Obama administration plans to overhaul how it's tackling the foreclosure crisis, in part by requiring lenders to temporarily slash or eliminate monthly mortgage payments for many borrowers who are unemployed, ...
US Plans to Expand Aid to Troubled Homeowners New York Times
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The strife between Israel and the United States concerns something far bigger than the proximity talks with the Palestinians. As far as President Barack Obama and his senior advisers are concerned, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to ...
Conflicting Demands Test Netanyahu New York Times
Obama demands Netanyahu's peace answers by Saturday Jerusalem Post
ABC Online - - 1 hour ago
This Saturday night at 8.30pm, the world will be switching its lights off, according to green group, the WWF. This year, 120 countries will take part in the event, up from just one - Australia - in 2007.
Things to work on during Earth Hour Chicago Tribune
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - Pakistan and the United States wrapped up two days of high-level talks on Thursday, with a raft of economic development initiatives, an agreement to speed up deliveries of military hardware and a promise to put their ...
US, Pakistan Pledge to Deepen Cooperation, Fortify Friendship Voice of America
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This picture provided on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 by the Monroe County Democratic Committee in Rochester, NY shows damage to their office after a glass door was struck with a brick with a note reading "Exremism in Defense of Liberty Is no Vice" ...
Video: House Leader Condemns Threats Against Members The Associated Press
Healthcare reform's politics of anger: GOP fights back Christian Science Monitor
CBS News - - 3 hours ago
David Frum, who wrote a widely-circulated blog post Sunday suggesting passage of the health care bill amounted to "Waterloo" for the Republican Party, has apparently been forced out of his fellowship at the conservative American Enterprise Institute.
AEI hits David Frum where it hurts Washington Post (blog)
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - In a 74-second audio message released on Thursday, Osama bin Laden threatened to kill any Americans held by Al Qaeda if Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the chief planner of the Sept.
Bin Laden threatens US over alleged 9/11 plotter The Associated Press
Bloomberg - - 19 minutes ago
March 26 (Bloomberg) -- European leaders put the International Monetary Fund on standby to help aid debt-stricken Greece, shrugging off the European Central Bank's plea that Europe solve the crisis on its own.
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
The Oracle Corporation headquarters in Redwood City, California is pictured in this February 2, 2010 file photo. BOSTON (Reuters) - Oracle Corp (ORCL.
Oracle's Sun deal off to fast start CNNMoney.com
BusinessWeek - - 5 hours ago
March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke signaled that sales of the central bank's holdings in mortgage-backed securities may play a more prominent role in the withdrawal of monetary stimulus ...
Video: Bernanke: Record-low Rates Needed to Aid Economy The Associated Press
Bernanke: Record-low rates needed to aid economy The Associated Press
The Mac Observer - - 3 hours ago
The Wall Street Journal plans to charge US$17.99 a month to subscribe to the iPad version of its paper, according to a report by…wait for it…The Wall Street Journal.
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ChannelWeb - - 6 hours ago
The annual Pwn2Own contest held at the CanSecWest hacker conference in Vancouver, BC has already claimed its first round of victims.
Wired News - - 5 hours ago
Social news aggregator Digg.com has released its free iPhone app in the App Store. Packed with a slick, feature-rich interface, the app is a strong start for the popular website, though there's plenty of room for it to grow.
USA Today - - 5 hours ago
By Michael Becker, Fox By Kristin McGrath, USA TODAY Praised for her powerhouse vocals early on, American Idol contestant Paige Miles couldn't quite hit the right notes Tuesday night when she took on Phil Collins' Against All Odds.
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MTV.com - - 3 hours ago
Now that it's been announced that the upcoming season of "The Hills" will be the last, we wonder: What will the cast go on to do after the show ends?
Heidi Montag's Post-Hills Plans: Be a Hollywood Mogul People Magazine
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Los Angeles Times - - 18 minutes ago
John Cusack and his buds travel back to 1986 to find politically incorrect jokes and nonstop humor. By Zip Code: By BETSY SHARKEY, Film Critic Who doesn't have fun in a hot tub?
Jump into 'Hot Tub,' the humor's fine USA Today
The Associated Press - - 11 minutes ago
Foul trouble is becoming an issue for both teams in the Washington-West Virginia game. Pondexter out with three fouls, two of them offensive (and zero points).
Halftime: Washington 29 - West Virginia 27 ESPN (blog)
Huskies Lead at Halftime West Virginia University Mountaineers
New York Times - - 53 minutes ago
SARASOTA, Fla. - If Phil Hughes was the front-runner for the Yankees' fifth starter job all along, he never acted that way. He kept working and throwing his changeup, which improved as spring training went along.
New York Times (blog) - 2 hours ago
By THE NEW YORK TIMES Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Butler guard Ronald Nored pulls down a rebound against Syracuse in the first half. Live coverage and analysis from the NCAA tournament.
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The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
BARCELONA, Spain - Women who survive breast cancer and have children afterwards don't appear to be at any higher risk of dying from cancer, a new study says.
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ABC News - - 1 hour ago
Minors could be barred from indoor tanning and a registry could be required to monitor the use of tanning beds by salons if the US Food and Drug Administration heeds advice from a panel it convened to review the classification of tanning ...
FDA panel mulls tanning bed ban for teens under 18 The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Replacements are offered for more than 1 million Infantino brand carriers that present a suffocation risk. The Infantino Slingrider sits on a counter after it was removed from inventory at Small Frys in San Francisco.
Daily Mail - - Mar 22, 2010
A Russian awarded $1million (£666000) for solving one of the most intractable problems in mathematics said yesterday that he does not want the money.
TMZ.com (blog) - - Mar 22, 2010
Is this what Jesse James saw before he allegedly decided to cheat on his Oscar-winning wife, Sandra Bullock? TMZ obtained this video of Michelle McGee, the alleged other woman, which was shot at Pure Platinum in San Diego about a week ago.
CNN - - 9 hours ago
London, England (CNN) -- Rare photos of Russian strategic bomber jets purportedly intercepted in British airspace show Moscow's war machine is becoming increasingly bold, analysts said Thursday as Russia denied any territorial ...
CBS News - - Mar 22, 2010
For most Americans insured through their work, coverage with the new Health Bill is expected to stay the same, but premiums will rise.
Huffington Post (blog) - Mar 22, 2010
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee student Robyn Foster may have crossed the line last Monday, March 15, during a discussion with Anthropology professor Kathleen Foley Winkler.