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Obama's still stumping for healthcare

Los Angeles Times - Peter Nicholas, Michael Muskal - ‎31 minutes ago‎
The president is in Maine trying to appeal to small business owners and the middle class in an effort to convince them that the law is necessary and should be supported.

Prosecutor: Hutaree group has evil intentions

Detroit Free Press - Ben Schmitt - ‎3 hours ago‎
Calling them a “dark hearted” group with evil intentions, a federal prosecutor today asked a judge to lock up eight members of the Hutaree Christian militia group until their trial begins.

Boy killed in Disney bus accident in Fort Wilderness

Los Angeles Times - Bianca Prieto, Jason Garcia - ‎2 hours ago‎
A Disney bus struck and killed a 9-year-old St. Petersburg boy this afternoon while he was riding a bicycle with a friend at the Fort Wilderness campground at Walt Disney World, authorities said.

US decision on Iran sanctions 'naïve,' says Bolton

Press TV - ‎1 hour ago‎
Former US Ambassador to the UN John R. Bolton says President Barack Obama is “naive” in thinking that new sanctions will stop Iran's nuclear program.

Analyst Says Poll Observers Could Lend Credibility to Sudan's Vote

Voice of America - Peter Clottey - ‎9 minutes ago‎
A Sudanese political analyst says the presence of international poll observers will help ensure a credible vote in the upcoming general elections, scheduled for April 11-13.

President vows to purge Russia of terrorism

ABC Online - ‎41 minutes ago‎
Russian president Dmitry Medvedev says Russia's anti-terrorism measures need to be more "severe and preventative". Speaking during a visit to Dagestan in the North Caucasus a day after a double suicide bombing there, he linked the attack to others ...

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Family Research Council head calls for RNC funding boycott

Washington Post - Perry Bacon Jr - ‎3 hours ago‎
An influential social conservative, angry about the Republican National Committee spending nearly $2000 to entertain young donors at a risque nightclub in West Hollywood, is encouraging fellow Republicans to stop giving money to the ...

Risk Is Clear in Drilling; Payoff Isn't

New York Times - John M. Broder, Clifford Krauss - ‎10 hours ago‎
WASHINGTON - In proposing a major expansion of offshore oil and gas development, President Obama set out to fashion a carefully balanced plan that would attract bipartisan support for climate and energy legislation ...

Obama Visits Flood Emergency Site in Massachusetts

ABC News - Julie Pace - ‎55 minutes ago‎
AP By JULIE PACE AP Writer Detouring from his schedule, President Barack Obama visited Thursday with emergency workers struggling against disastrous flooding in the Northeast.

Toyota Discounts Spur March US Sales; Nissan Posts 43% Gain

BusinessWeek - Alan Ohnsman - ‎31 minutes ago‎
April 2 (Bloomberg) -- Toyota Motor Corp.'s incentive push after record recalls helped the automaker post a March US sales increase after two months of declines, while Nissan Motor Co.

Fuel-Economy Rules Set EPA Climate-Change Standard

BusinessWeek - John Hughes - ‎4 hours ago‎
April 1 (Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration set the first national regulations targeting climate change, boosting US automobile fuel-economy standards by about 30 percent.

Judge Approves Daimler Bribe Settlement

Wall Street Journal - Brent Kendall - ‎50 minutes ago‎
A federal judge approved Daimler AG's $185 million agreement with the US government Thursday to resolve charges that the German auto maker paid tens of millions of dollars in bribes to secure business overseas.

Will the IPad Live up to the Hype?

PC World - Agam Shah - ‎1 hour ago‎
Apple has asked people to drop their netbooks and go with the "magical" iPad, which will be uncloaked in US stores on Saturday morning.

Google's 5 Funniest April Fools' Jokes

PC World - Jr Raphael - ‎53 minutes ago‎
The Internet has made April Fools' infinitely more amusing -- and if there's one company that loves to get in on the hijinks, it's Google.

With The iPad's Arrival, Is The Kindle Suddenly Too Expensive?

PC World - Jeff Bertolucci - ‎38 minutes ago‎
Are their jitters at Amazon headquarters today? The first spate of iPad reviews are out, and thus far Apple's tablet has received mostly high praise from the few who've used one.

Bullock and James engage in 'phone screaming matches': report

New York Post - ‎7 hours ago‎
Actress Sandra Bullock has gotten into a series of nasty phone fights with cheating hubby Jesse James -- even reportedly blowing up at him weeks ago regarding his infidelity in an incident that left the bad boy biker in tears.

'Clash Of The Titans' Star Goes Greek Again With 'Dawn Of War'

MTV.com - Larry Carroll - ‎36 minutes ago‎
'This film is very strongly based on ... the human battle,' star Luke Evans says of the 2011 movie. By Larry Carroll With "Clash of the Titans" landing in theaters Friday, we hopped on the phone with fast-rising British heartthrob Luke Evans, ...

Bye-Bye to Didi

New York Times - Benjamin Toff, Dave Itzkoff - ‎1 hour ago‎
Will you ever win? In the case of Didi Benami, above, the answer is no, not this season. With a bittersweet performance of the Fleetwood Mac song “Rhiannon,” Ms.

Expansion talk heats up: Looking at the proposed schedule for a 96-team field

USA Today - ‎2 hours ago‎
INDIANAPOLIS -- NCAA tournament expansion was a hot topic at the association's annual news conference at the Final Four in Indianapolis.
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Tiger's time finally arrives at Augusta National

USA Today - Doug Ferguson - ‎16 minutes ago‎
BOGOTA - Tiger Woods will drive past the 61 trees that form a canopy down Magnolia Lane, pull up in front of the white clubhouse at Augusta National and walk up the stairs on the side of the building to a locker room ...

Report: Cleveland Browns tackle Shaun Rogers arrested after trying to gun on ...

ESPN - ‎2 hours ago‎
AP CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Browns nose tackle Shaun Rogers was arrested Thursday at Hopkins International Airport for carrying a loaded gun in his carry-on luggage.

Too soon to know H1N1 vaccine total: US official

Reuters - JoAnne Allen, Chris Wilson - ‎2 hours ago‎
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - It is too soon to determine whether tens of thousands of doses of H1N1 swine flu vaccine may have to be thrown out if they are not used before their expiration date, a US health official said on Thursday.

Health Buzz: Prostate Drug May Cut Cancer Risk

U.S. News & World Report - Megan Johnson - ‎5 hours ago‎
A new study found that a drug currently used to treat a benign prostate condition may also be an effective way to prevent prostate cancer, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Study: Small soda taxes don't dent obesity

The Associated Press - Mike Stobbe - ‎18 hours ago‎
ATLANTA - Small taxes on soda do little to reduce soft drink consumption or prevent childhood obesity, but larger levies probably would, according to new research.
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A Nope for Pope

New York Times - Maureen Dowd - ‎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.

Parents stand by teacher at Georgia 'dirty dancing' trial

CNN - Emanuella Grinberg - ‎Mar 30, 2010‎
Nathan Grigsby, a chorus teacher, was fired and went on trial Monday in the so-called 'dirty dancing' case. Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) -- Jassundra Barnett says what her son did in chorus class was "silly.

18 gunmen die in attack on two army bases in Mexico

Los Angeles Times - ‎16 hours ago‎
Seven assaults in two northern states take place almost simultaneously, apparently marking a major escalation in Mexico's drug war.

The Rage Is Not About Health Care

New York Times - Frank Rich - ‎Mar 27, 2010‎
THERE were times when last Sunday's great GOP health care implosion threatened to bring the thrill back to reality television.

Area 51 vets break silence: Sorry, but no space aliens

Seattle Times - Erik Lacitis - ‎Mar 27, 2010‎
Newly revealed stories from people who used to work at Area 51 shed light on a site still shrouded in mystery. By Erik Lacitis James Noce holds a medallion he says was given to him by the CIA at a recent convention in Las Vegas.