Voice of America - - 1 hour ago
Photo: AP Iraq's electoral commission has announced final results of the March 7 parliamentary election and in a surprise, the bloc led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi won 91 seats in the parliament, two more than the coalition led by Prime ...
Allawi Wins Most Seats in Iraqi Elections New York Times
ABC News - - 33 minutes ago
Sarah Palin appeared today with Sen. John McCain, to urge the voters in Arizona to reelect the McCain and help lead a peaceful political revolution in the United States.
Her career rising, Palin now gives McCain a boost The Associated Press
Sarah Palin Stumps For John McCain CBS News
The Guardian - 6 hours ago
The biggest turn-off in human history will start at 8.30pm tomorrow in Chatham, a tiny South Pacific island with only 12 street lamps.
Lights go out as Earth Hour hits: A threat to the NCAA basketball tournament? Christian Science Monitor
City to douse lights Saturday for Earth Hour Boston Globe
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New York Times - - 2 hours ago
President Obama with Admiral Michael Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
Video: US, Russia Agree to Sharp Cut in Nuclear Arms The Associated Press
US, Russia in landmark arms treaty ABC Online
Reuters - - 57 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global stocks pared gains and government debt edged higher on Friday after the sinking of a South Korean naval ship unsettled a market that was uncertain about a standby financial aid plan for debt-stricken Greece.
SKorean naval ship sinks near NKorea; 40 missing The Associated Press
Gold Gains on EU Debt Pact, South Korea News Wall Street Journal
The Associated Press - - 22 minutes ago
JERUSALEM - Two Israeli soldiers and a Palestinian civilian were killed Friday as a gunbattle between troops and Palestinian militants widened into some of the fiercest fighting in the Gaza Strip since Israel's military offensive there last year.
Deadly Fighting Erupts Along Israel-Gaza Border Voice of America
2 Israeli soldiers, 2 Palestinian fighters killed in Gaza Strip clash Los Angeles Times
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WASHINGTON - The government's bold new plan to stem the foreclosure crisis aims to succeed where previous efforts have fallen flat.
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WASHINGTON - Congress left for a two-week vacation Friday without extending jobless benefits for people who have been out of work for more than six months.
Washington Post - - 1 hour ago
Unemployment rates rose in Maryland and Virginia in February, according to government data released Friday, and economists attributed the increases to last month's heavy snowstorms, which closed schools, businesses and even the ...
Indiana jobless rate edges up to 9.8 percent The Associated Press
BusinessWeek - - 1 hour ago
March 26 (Bloomberg) -- AT&T Inc. will book $1 billion in first-quarter costs related to the health-care law signed this week by President Barack Obama, the most of any US company so far.
AT&T Plans $1 Billion Charge Tied to Health Benefits Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 35 minutes ago
WASHINGTON—The euro zone's decision to include the International Monetary Fund in any Greek rescue plan extends the Fund's influence to a large swath of the world economy—and gives a political boost to its managing director.
Video: Leaders Say Eurozone Plan to Stabilize Euro The Associated Press
Dollar slides as EU leaders resolve Greek bailout The Associated Press
PC Magazine - - 1 hour ago
In the ongoing war between online bookstores, price is key. And Apple's iBooks electronic bookstore is apparently wading into battle.
Apple Gets IPad Trademark From Fujitsu, Records Show BusinessWeek
Computerworld - - 2 hours ago
Computerworld - Hacker Albert Gonzalez, who participated in a cybercrime ring that stole tens of millions of credit and debit card numbers, was sentenced to 20 years in prison today.
TJX hacker receives second 20-year sentence Boston Globe
Hacker Sentenced to 20 Years in Massive Data Theft Wall Street Journal
InformationWeek - - 1 hour ago
The company's experimental fiber network plan has elicited almost 200000 invitations from speed-starved Internet users. By Thomas Claburn Google on Friday advised people not to undertake dangerous stunts in their bids to be included in the company's ...
Pleas for Google Fiber Rise as Deadline Nears PC Magazine
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A frail but smiling Dennis Hopper was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday, belying reports that the "Easy Rider" actor was on his deathbed.
Dennis Hopper gets a star on Hollywood Boulevard The Associated Press
MTV.com - 1 hour ago
By MTV News staff Despite a widely circulated report on the Media Take Out Web site claiming that a "rock solid" source had said Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z are expecting their first child together, a rep for the singer told MTV News on Friday (March 26) ...
Beyoncé and Jay-Z Not Expecting a Baby People Magazine
Rep: Beyonce Pregnancy Report "Untrue" Us Magazine
Boston Herald - 2 hours ago
By Inside Track “Monster Garage” guy Jesse James is starting to give PGA philanderer Tiger Woods a run for his money! Yesterday, two more women surfaced to claim that they, too, had affairs with Sandra Bullock's husband.
Washington Post - - 13 minutes ago
Star Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas, 28, appeared in the DC Superior Court to be sentenced for the gun crime he admitted to in January.
Wizards' Arenas to spend 30 days in halfway house The Associated Press
Arenas sentenced to halfway house for felony gun charge MiamiHerald.com
Nascar - - 48 minutes ago
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Rain that threatened Martinsville Speedway all day Friday finally wiped out Truck Series final practice along with qualifying sessions for Saturday's Truck race and Sunday's Cup event.
Rain puts Harvick on Martinsville pole SportingNews.com
Kansas City Star - 33 minutes ago
By David Hess: If Kansas State wins on Saturday to reach the Final Four, basketball historians will look back and think they had a relatively easy path to Indianapolis, playing no team seeded better than #5.
Video: 5 Butler vs. 1 Syracuse Highlights CBSSports.com
Michael Wilbon: Don't mess with perfection Washington Post
The Associated Press - - 23 minutes ago
BARCELONA, Spain - Are doctors overtreating breast cancer? At a breast cancer conference Friday in Barcelona, experts discussed how to implement mammogram screening programs across Europe, balancing fighting cancer with the goal of targeting only those ...
Beta-blockers 'cut cancer spread' BBC News
Reuters - 39 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The H1N1 swine flu virus can develop resistance quickly to antivirals used to treat it, US doctors reported Friday.
Cuba to vaccinate more than 1.1M against swine flu The Associated Press
MedPage Today - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON -- A group of dermatology and plastic surgery experts recommended to the FDA that minors be barred from indoor tanning and suggested tighter controls on tanning beds.
CNN - - Mar 23, 2010
(CNN) -- The latest trend at teen parties isn't warm beer or prescription medicines pilfered from parents' medicine cabinets.
Newsweek - - Mar 23, 2010
When I was 2 years old, my father started building a big house behind our tiny starter house. For days leading up to the arrival of the giant trucks and backhoes coming to dig out the foundation, ...
New York Times - - Mar 25, 2010
WASHINGTON - A quiet revolution is transforming how medical care is delivered in this country, and it has very little to do with the sweeping health care legislation that President Obama just signed into law.
CNN - - Mar 24, 2010
"I was just putting together an old family story ... and these serendipitous events happened, and we accidentally caught him," Pellett, of Bellevue, Washington, told CNN in a phone interview Wednesday.
Huffington Post (blog) - Mar 23, 2010
With the health care bill passed, let's turn to Jon Stewart to to cover it with hilarity...Wait, what? The "Daily Show" is on a break?