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Trayvon Martin case: What does the autopsy say?

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By Rene Lynch It's been exactly one month since Martin was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch captain armed with a 9-millimeter weapon.
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Day 1: Health law experts weigh in on the Supreme Court's review of federal law -
By Chelsea Conaboy, Globe Staff Did you listen to this morning's Supreme Court hearing on the Affordable Care Act? Is your head swimming?

France Probes Ex-IMF Chief for Sex-Ring Link

Wall Street Journal -
By DAVID GAUTHIER-VILLARS PARIS—French magistrates placed former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn under preliminary investigation for his alleged involvement in a French prostitution ring, prosecutors said, putting the onetime ...

Tim Tebow ready to help Jets in any way he can

By Josh Newman, Asbury Park (NJ) Press FLORHAM PARK, NJ - Where Tim Tebow goes, something of a circus-like atmosphere typically follows the enigmatic quarterback.

Dive to ocean bottom was like trip to 'another planet and back,' Cameron says

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The director of "Titanic," "Avatar" and other films used a specially designed submarine to dive nearly seven miles to the deepest point on Earth, completing his journey a little before 8 am local time on Monday, March 26.

As pressure builds, Santorum shows a dark side

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By Samuel P. Jacobs | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Rick Santorum began his presidential campaign by roaming Iowa in a pickup truck, boosted by peppy television ads that showed him walking through a garden with his wife and holding his youngest ...

Pyongyang casts its shadow on nuclear summit

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President Barack Obama inveighed against North Korea's plans to launch a long-range rocket next month in a rousing speech in the South Korean capital yesterday, as tensions over Pyongyang's plans cast a shadow over an international nuclear security ...

Toulouse killings: Footage sent to al-Jazeera

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Video footage filmed by Mohamed Merah, who killed seven people in south-west France, has been received by al-Jazeera in Paris, police sources say.

Three foreign soldiers killed by Afghan forces

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By Jack Kimball and Sanjeev Miglani | KABUL (Reuters) - Three foreign soldiers, including two Britons, were shot dead by Afghan security forces personnel on Monday in the latest round of so-called insider killings which have raised deep concerns about ...

Pope says Church needs more freedom to help Cuba change

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By Simon Gardner and Philip Pullella | SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Cuba (Reuters) - Pope Benedict arrived in Cuba on Monday and told the government it had nothing to fear from the Catholic Church, asking for more freedoms to help the communist country in times ...

Bill ending oil company tax cuts clears Senate hurdle

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By Ayesha Rascoe and Richard Cowan | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Legislation repealing tax breaks for major oil companies passed its first hurdle in the Senate on Monday, but is unlikely to become law, as Republicans and Democrats seek to score political ...

Ex-money processor for big 3 poker companies pleads guilty in NY online poker ...

Washington Post -
NEW YORK - One of two men nearing trial in a case that shut down US operations for three Internet poker companies has pleaded guilty in New York.

Vermont police believe they've found body of missing teacher

Chicago Sun-Times -
AP March 26, 2012 6:14PM This undated identification photo provided Monday, March 26, 2012 by the St. Johnsbury, Vt., police shows Melissa Jenkins, who went missing Sunday night, March 25.

Fed Signals Resolve on Rates

Wall Street Journal -
By JON HILSENRATH And KRISTINA PETERSON Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the central bank's easy-money policies are still needed to confront deep problems in the labor market, moving to reinforce his plan to keep interest rates low for years.

Dow jumps on dovish Bernanke

By Ben Rooney @CNNMoneyMarkets March 26, 2012: 4:40 PM ET NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- US stocks rallied Monday after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke's comments on the job market gave investors reason to believe interest rates will stay low.

Immersed in race, Gingrich stays in despite setbacks

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By Ros Krasny | NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Newt Gingrich's Southern strategy to get back into the race for the Republican presidential nomination has collapsed, and his campaign is in the red, but the former US House of Representatives speaker is marching ...

DCCC Taps Martin Sheen for Video on Medicare

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By Naftali Bendavid Democrats have managed to persuade the president to star in a new video criticizing against the Republicans' Medicare plan.

FTC Tells Net: Agree to Stop Invading Privacy (Or We'll Say 'Stop' Again)

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By Ryan Singel The FTC put the online advertising and user tracking industry on notice Monday that it's time to clean up its act and start treating users' data with respect, laying out broad guidelines for companies to follow.

Nokia Kicks Off U.S. Campaign With Low-Priced Hardware, Fresh Apps

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By Christina Bonnington Nokia is betting it all on Microsoft's Windows Phone OS. The company has a shot at outpacing BlackBerry as the third leading smartphone OS.

'Mad Men': Jessica Paré on the Making of Megan's Big Moment

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Dominating discussion of the Season 5 premiere with her rendition of French pop confection "Zou Bisou Bisou," the actress talks about the elaborate musical number -- and what that last scene means for the new Mrs.

Madonna's childish 'MDNA' gets into the gnarly nooks of her personal life

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It's been seven years since Madonna released “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” her last great album and what could have been a winning blueprint for the remaining chapters of her career.

'Survivor' alum Rob Cesternino on how to improve the Hunger Games -- the event ...

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by Rob Cesternino Rob Cesternino was a contestant on Survivor: The Amazon and Survivor: All-Stars, finishing 3rd and 15th respectively.

"Bully" documentary to land in theaters unrated

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By Zorianna Kit | LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Weinstein Co. on Monday said it has decided to release its documentary "Bully" without a US film rating after failing to persuade the Motion Picture Association of America to change to one that is less ...

Stoudemire out indefinitely with bulging disk in back

Matt Slocum, AP Stoudemire's back flared up over the weekend, and he will try to recover in time for the playoffs, should the Knicks make it.

Kentucky Downs Baylor, Kansas Pulls Away From North Carolina to Wrap Up Final ... -
by NESN Staff on Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 4:30AM With a tournament performance that has some saying that these Wildcats could beat even an NBA team, Kentucky locked up one of the two Final Four spots remaining Sunday night with a win over Baylor.

Kings, Canucks on Daniel Sedin-Duncan Keith incident

Los Angeles Times -
By Lisa Dillman Reporting from Vancouver -- Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell once played with Vancouver's Daniel Sedin and considers the Canucks star forward to be a good friend.

Chocolate lovers are thinner, study says

By Janice Lloyd, USA TODAY Sweet news about those chocolate cravings: People who eat moderate amounts regularly are thinner than those who eat chocolate less often.

Diabetes patients benefit from weight-loss surgery -
A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine demonstrates that patients with severe, out-of-control diabetes who received either gastric banding surgery or gastric bypass, had lower blood sugar -- long before they lost weight.

Popcorn is healthier than fruits: Study

Times of India -
NEW DELHI: Popcorn - your regular partner every time you hit a movie theatre - seems to be the latest "nutritional gold nugget".

'Pink slime' maker suspends some plant operations

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By BETSY BLANEY, AP - 1 hour ago LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - The company that makes "pink slime" suspended operations Monday at three of four plants where the beef ingredient is made, saying officials would work to address recent public concern about the ...


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