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Health Act Arguments Open With Obstacle From 1867

New York Times -
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Monday starts three days of hearings on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care overhaul law, an epic clash that could recast the very structure of American government.

Official: North Korea moves long-range rocket to launch pad

By the CNN Wire Staff Seoul, South Korea (CNN) -- Just hours after the United States warned that North Korea would achieve nothing with threats or provocations, Pyongyang moved a long-range rocket it plans to test fire to a launch pad Monday, ...

Trayvon Martin's parents will address a city meeting Monday in Sanford

Sanford, Florida (CNN) -- A month ago Monday, Trayvon Martin, an unarmed Florida teen, died at the hands of a neighborhood watch volunteer, stirring outrage and protests nationwide.

Are you making Tiger the favorite in the Masters?

By Reid Cherner, USA TODAY Sunday's victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational was the seventh time that Woods has won Arnie's get together.

Santorum takes campaign to steps of US Supreme Court

By the CNN Wire Staff GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum is expected to attack rival Mitt Romney for supporting a Massachusetts health care law.

Cameron's Historic Dive Cut Short by Leak; Few Signs of Life Seen

National Geographic -
The DEEPSEA CHALLENGER being hoisted by a crane after Monday's Mariana Trench dive. Photograph by Mark Thiessen, National Geographic.

Sall Defeats Senegalese President in Runoff Vote

Voice of America (blog) -
Opposition candidate Macky Sall says a new era can begin in Senegal after his victory in Sunday's runoff presidential election.

US and Turkey to Step Up 'Nonlethal' Aid to Rebels in Syria

New York Times -
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Turkey and the United States plan to provide “nonlethal” assistance, like communications equipment and medical supplies, directly to opposition groups inside Syria, and will urge other allies to do so as well, the White House deputy ...

NATO official: British killed in Afghan shooting

The Associated Press -
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - A NATO official says the two service members shot dead in southern Afghanistan on Monday by a man in an Afghan uniform were British soldiers.

Turkey closes embassy in Syria, recalls ambassador

The Associated Press -
By SUZAN FRASER, AP - 23 minutes ago ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - Turkey says it is closing its embassy in Damascus and recalling its ambassador to Syria because of the security situation in the country.

Police Arrest Suspect in Killing of 5 in SF Home

ABC News -
A 35-year-old man was booked on five counts of murder after the bodies of three women and two men were found at a gruesome crime scene in a San Francisco home.

Waiting in line for a ticket to health care history

Fox News (blog) -
by Whitney Ksiazek | March 26, 2012 On the eve of the first day of oral arguments challenging President Obama's healthcare reform act, the line to get a seat inside had reached about 50 people long.

European Stocks Rise Before German Confidence Report

Bloomberg -
Most European stocks gained after a report showed German business confidence unexpectedly rose in March. US index futures were little changed, while Asian stocks fell.

BATS Chief on Friday's Meltdown: 'My Stomach Sank'

New York Times -
By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED After months of planning and anticipation, BATS Global Markets would finally go public. Among the unique distinctions of the IPO was that the company's stock would be listed on its own exchange, a point of pride but also one ...

Some Calif. donors give to 2, 3 GOP presidential candidates

North County Times -
The Golden State's primary is two months off, but California Republicans already have pumped more than $26.6 million into the prolonged fight for the GOP presidential nomination.

Rick Santorum strikes a chord in Fond du Lac

Herald Times Reporter -
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum speaks Sunday to a crowd gathered at Ledgeview Lanes in Fond du Lac. / Patrick Flood/Gannett Wisconsin Media Rick Santorum fans mobbed the Republican presidential hopeful for autographs after his campaign ...

Senators demand probe into bosses' Facebook password requests

TG Daily -
Two US senators are demanding an investigation into allegations that many employers are ordering staff and job applicants to hand over their Facebook passwords.

Microsoft takes down Zeus botnets

TG Daily -
In what it describes as its 'most complex effort to disrupt botnets to date', Microsoft has helped seize hundreds of web addresses to shut down several Zeus-based botnets.

Apple's New IPad Clears China's Regulatory Hurdle

PCWorld -
By Michael Kan, IDG News Apple received Chinese regulatory approval for an iPad device last week, signaling that the company plans on bringing its newest tablet to the country, even as it faces a continuing legal battle over the iPad trademark.

Microsoft and Nokia cough up €18m app kickstarter

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SlashGear -
Microsoft and Nokia have jointly committed up to €18m ($24m) to train and support app developers as part of the new AppCampus program, though the cash will go to Symbian and S40 coders as well as Windows Phone.

Hunger Games tops US box office

The Press Association -
Jennifer Lawrence's movie The Hunger Games took a whopping 155 million dollars in its opening weekend in the US. The huge haul for the eagerly anticipated film - which sees Jennifer play a teen who is one of 24 youths forced to compete in a televised ...

Miley Cyrus & Liam Hemsworth: Engaged?

People Magazine -
By Alison Schwartz When she stepped out on Saturday night, Miley Cyrus dazzled in a coral silk chiffon Jenny Packham gown and what looked like a very special accessory - the diamond sparkler she had already revealed on Twitter.

'Mad Men' Spoiled Bastard: Episodes 1 & 2: 'A Little Kiss.'

Hollywood Reporter -
This is a Spoiled Bastard. It contains spoilers. That's the point. If you haven't watched the episode, come back when you have.

Lady Gaga wins Glaad outstanding music artist prize

BBC News -
Lady Gaga and Dancing With The Stars were among the winners at the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (Glaad) awards in Los Angeles.

Kentucky 82, Baylor 70 Kentucky takes care of Baylor

Boston Globe -
By Paul Newberry | AP The net result for Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and the rest of the Kentucky Wildcats is a trip to New Orleans for the Final Four.

Kansas 80, N. Carolina 67 Kansas rocks, shocks North Carolina

Boston Globe -
By Nancy Armour | AP Kansas teammates Tyshawn Taylor (10) and Thomas Robinson perform a little victory dance after securing a Final Four berth.

Heat at Thunder | Sun., March 25, 2012 -
Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant shoots untouched against Miami during the fourth quarter of a NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Sunday, March 25, 2012.

Extreme weather linked to global warming

TG Daily -
Climate scientists have in the past been cautious about suggesting that extreme weather can be linked to climate change. But a new report from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) argues just that.

ISS 'nauts take to the escape pods in Russian sat-prang debris peril

Register -
By Lewis Page • Get more from this author 'Nauts crewing the International Space Station were forced to take to the escape capsules over the weekend, as a chunk of wreckage from a mysterious satellite collision in 2009 hurtled towards the orbiting ...

How Dick Cheney Got His New Heart

Daily Beast -
Let's not jump to any conclusions about 71-year-old Cheney leapfrogging a bunch of other worthies to get his new heart. As far as we can tell, he got his transplant simply because his number on a waiting list turned up.

Vorapaxar Reduced Cardiovascular Events But Increased Bleeding In Large Trial

Medical News Today -
Adding Vorapaxar to standard treatment for patients with a medical history of cardiovascular events or disease was found to reduce cardiovascular events, but also increased bleeding significantly, including intracranial hemorrhage.

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