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The twin suicide bombings that killed at least 38 people in Moscow's crowded subway system on Monday included an attack on a station just steps away from the headquarters of Russia's premier security service.
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The last of nine people indicted in a plot to kill police officers was arrested this evening at a home in Hillsdale County Mich. The Hutaree group claims Jesus is its "top general.
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The Republican National Committee and its chairman, Michael S. Steele, were engulfed in controversy again Monday after new financial reports showed that the party used tens of thousands of donor dollars for luxe hotels, private jets and ...
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BRUSSELS - Just as the German chancellor arrived in Ankara on Monday for bilateral talks, fraught with differences over education and accession to the European Union, a fresh rift seemed to have emerged over policies toward Greece, ...
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• Yesterday, President Obama flew through the night to Kabul for his first visit to Afghanistan as commander-in-chief. Obama visited with American troops and urged President Hamid Karzai to take on rampant corruption.
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WASHINGTON - A senior US official on Monday doubted that North Korea was involved in the recent sinking of a South Korean warship, in which dozens of crewmen are missing.
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California finishes 27th among 41 applicants for millions in funding, losing points because only 56% of school districts agreed to participate.
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WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency said Monday that it would not require power plants or other industrial sites to obtain federal pollution permits for emitting greenhouse gases before next January.
EPA phases in permits for greenhouse pollution Washington Post
EPA Confirms Delay in Permit Requirement for Carbon Dioxide Wall Street Journal
CNN - 3 hours ago
By the CNN Wire Staff Phoebe Prince, who had recently moved from Ireland, committed suicide on January 14 in Northhampton, Massachusetts.
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Washington Post - - 33 minutes ago
The Treasury Department announced Monday that it had selected Morgan Stanley to handle the sale of its massive stake in Citigroup, spurning an offer from Goldman Sachs, which was willing to do the job at virtually no cost to the federal ...
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Wall Street Journal - - 31 minutes ago
Greece continued to pay a stiff premium Monday to raise €5 billion ($6.71 billion) in its third syndicated bond offering of the year, a demonstration that the announcement last week of a possible European Union rescue ...
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The Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday it had started an inquiry into about two dozen financial companies to determine whether they followed accounting practices similar to those recently disclosed in an investigation of ...
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PC World - - 1 hour ago
The iPad, as anyone who follows tech news knows, has riled up the masses in a way few devices can. Some swear it'll revolutionize computing; others see it as an overhyped and oversized iPod Touch.
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Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
Apple Inc. plans to begin producing this year a new iPhone that could allow US phone carriers other than AT&T Inc. to sell the iconic gadget, said people briefed by the company.
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Despite reports, Sandra Bullock isn't aiming to become a legal parent to her husband's three kids. "There are no plans, nor have there ever been any plans, for Sandra Bullock to adopt any of Jesse James's ...
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E! Online (blog) - - 1 hour ago
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Jews observed the Biur Chametz (burning of the bread) across the city Monday in a ritual marking the arrival of Passover. All leavened products must be destroyed to make households ready for Passover, which begins at sundown Monday with ...
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USA Today - 34 minutes ago
Boston, MA (Sports Network) - Ryan Miller stopped 40-of-42 shots as Buffalo nipped Boston, 3-2, at TD Garden. Tyler Myers, Paul Gaustad and Tim Kennedy tallied for the Sabres, who have won six of seven and moved within a point (95-94) of idle ...
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The Associated Press - - 22 minutes ago
ATLANTA - Carolina goalie Cam Ward made a brilliant return after being out nearly two months, Erik Cole scored a decisive goal with 4:11 left and the Hurricanes beat the Thrashers 4-1 Monday night, dealing a blow to Atlanta's playoff hopes.
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The Associated Press - - 46 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - After battling President Barack Obama's health care overhaul the better part of a year, the insurance industry said Monday it won't try to block his efforts to fix a potentially embarrassing glitch in the new law.
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Reuters - - Mar 28, 2010
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New York Times - - Mar 28, 2010
The black truffle of Périgord, the cynosure of every foodie's dreams, is about to yield its most intimate secrets to a team of French and Italian researchers who have decoded its genome.
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WASHINGTON (March 22) -- As President Barack Obama's health care overhaul inched toward a historic final vote this month, Republicans exuded a particular kind of public confidence: They might not have the votes to stop the bill, GOP leaders argued, ...
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.
New York Times - - Mar 28, 2010
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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" ...