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AP President Obama reviews the honor guard with Afghan President Hamid Karzai, left, at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean government bond prices retreated further on Monday, with European Union leaders' agreement on an aid package for Greece and stronger US sentiment data raising investors' risk appetite.
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Beijing, China (CNN) -- Some 153 people were trapped in a Chinese coal mine after it was flooded, state-run media reported. Mine workers became trapped in the Wangjialing coal mine in China's Shanxi Province on Sunday when underground water gushed into ...
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By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Federal agents arrested at least seven members of a self-proclaimed Christian militia group in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio over the weekend, according to the FBI and a leader of another militia organization.
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Florida Gov. Charlie Crist and fellow Republican Marco Rubio offered sharply divergent views of the federal stimulus plan, Social Security and ethics Sunday in one of the first debates to take place between candidates for the 2010 ...
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Crystal Washington talks with her son on the last of the three buses she takes from work in the District to home in Temple Hills. (Mark Gail/the Washington Post) By Ann Scott Tyson Metro's proposal to raise fares would disproportionately affect ...
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New York Times - - 18 minutes ago
City officials on Sunday suspended the license of a worker who had been operating a 250-foot-high crane before it crashed into a 25-story building in Lower Manhattan, saying he had failed to secure it properly before leaving the site ...
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Financial Times - - 19 minutes ago
Successful cross-border vehicle company mergers can be counted on the fingers of one hand. When one famous car brand buys another - whether General Motors and Saab, Daimler and Chrysler, or Ford and Volvo - one of the most common ...
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Reuters - - 25 minutes ago
HONG KONG, March 29 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares were set to open up 0.45 percent on Monday, with China Construction Bank (CCB) rising after reporting fourth-quarter profit that almost tripled thanks to a lending binge.
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Computerworld - - 3 hours ago
Computerworld - Apple has exhausted the supply of iPads slated to arrive at customers' doorsteps this coming Saturday, according to the company's online store.
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The third redesign of Nintendo's newest handheld system launches across stores throughout the country today, though its entry is notably one of the least-heralded in Nintendo history.
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Reuters - - Mar 26, 2010
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., March 26 (Reuters) - NASA on Friday cleared space shuttle Discovery for launch on April 5 on one of its final cargo runs to the International Space Station before the fleet is retired later this year.
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LOS ANGELES -- The newest 3-D animated movie from DreamWorks Animation sold a studio-estimated $43.3 million worth of tickets in the US and Canada, according to an estimate from distributor Paramount Pictures.
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Entertainment Weekly - - 9 hours ago
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AP ST. LOUIS -- Even the ever-bubbly Magic Johnson lost confidence in Michigan State's chances of making a return trip to the Final Four when point guard Kalin Lucas went down with a season-ending injury.
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Maybe we should have seen this coming, in a college basketball season where so many teams looked so much alike. Behold the Final Four, and where have all the favorites gone?
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CNN - - Mar 27, 2010
An official stressed that President Obama has not yet appointed a new Medicare and Medicaid administrator. Washington (CNN) -- President Obama is expected to nominate a Massachussetts pediatrician and ...
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Health-care overhaul begins now Washington Post
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New York Times - - Mar 27, 2010
The Catholic Church can never recover as long as its Holy Shepherd is seen as a black sheep in the ever-darkening sex abuse scandal.
CNN - Mar 26, 2010
By Karl Penhaul, CNN Barranquilla, Colombia (CNN) -- She pouts her collagen-filled lips and totters on golden stilettos as she parades down the catwalk.
National Post (blog) - - Mar 22, 2010
Ah, that famous Canadian hospitality. One François Houle, Provost of the University of Ottawa, writes to warn a forthcoming visitor to the campus, Miss Ann Coulter, that Canadians enjoy only the right to government-regulated "free speech" ...
Richmond Times Dispatch - - Mar 17, 2010
The NAACP says a 14-year employee was fired from SunTrust Mortgage Inc. in Richmond after she was accused of sending a chain e-mail she received at work that ultimately was forwarded to the NAACP.
Entertainment Weekly - - Mar 23, 2010
Image Credit: Randy Holmes/ABC FamilyThe Secret Life of the American Teenager wrapped up its season last night with a shocker: Sex-loving-and-proud-of-it Adrian strongly suspected she was pregnant with Ben's child after the two ...