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AP In this photo rendered from video and released by WBNG-TV in Binghamton, NY, authorities take up positions behind a vehicle. More photos >>> 13 are slain at a crowded immigration services center.
Suspected NY shooter may have lost job USA Today
Reuters - 7 minutes ago
By Sophie Hardach and Gilbert Reilhac STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - French riot police fired teargas to force back hundreds of anti-NATO protesters who tried to prevent world leaders celebrating the military alliance's 60th anniversary at a summit on ...
Ceremonies open 2nd day of NATO summit CNN International
Police clash with protesters ahead of NATO summit The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - 4 hours ago
Surprised by a 1998 launch, Tokyo is ready this time, warning against any violation of its airspace. By John M. Glionna and Yuriko Nagano Reporting from Tokyo and Seoul -- Nervous Japanese officials know that the first moments after North Korea ...
North Korea: 'Satellite will be launched soon' CNN International
Worries Rise as North Korea Nears Missile Launch Wall Street Journal
CNN - 1 hour ago
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (CNN) -- A suspected US missile strike killed at least 12 people in a tribal region in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday morning, local political and military sources said.
Suspected US drone attack kills 13 PRESS TV
'Deadly air strike' in Pakistan BBC News
Reuters - 4 hours ago
By Michael Holden and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Police have arrested 122 people and detained scores more following violent clashes timed to coincide with the G20 economic summit in London, they said on Thursday.
Eyewitness: Two days of protests BBC News
BBC News - Apr 2, 2009
Washington Post - 6 hours ago
Gay rights activists are celebrating after Iowa's Supreme Court struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage. Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments or material will be removed from the site.
Comment by Evan WolfsonFreedom to Marry, Author of Why Marriage Matters
Los Angeles Times - 5 hours ago
The $3.5-trillion plan approved this week is close to the president's, but it shows that lawmakers are wary of trying to do too much at once on healthcare, energy, education and the economy.
Pelosi says Congress must enact ambitious health care, energy ... San Jose Mercury News
Pelosi outlines her priorities San Francisco Chronicle
New York Times - 6 hours ago
By SUSAN SAULNY and KAREN ANN CULLOTTA CHICAGO - Less than 24 hours after the indictment of Rod R. Blagojevich, Gov. Patrick J. Quinn signed legislation on Friday providing for a major overhaul in the administration of state investment and pension ...
Rod Blagojevich indicted on federal corruption charges Chicago Tribune
Key player emerges in Blago indictment ABC7Chicago.com
Reuters - 9 hours ago
By Ellis Mnyandu NEW YORK, April 3 (Reuters) - US stocks should rally further next week, if investors get more signs that the economic slump is abating and earnings season does not get off to a rocky start.
Stocks Up; DJIA Has Best 4-Week Streak Since 1933 Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg - 15 hours ago
New York Times - 4 hours ago
By RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA The New York Times Company has threatened to close The Boston Globe unless labor unions agree to concessions like pay cuts and the cessation of pension contributions, according to a person briefed on the talks.
Times Co. Threatens to Close Boston Globe Wall Street Journal
Boston Globe's owner reportedly gives unions an ultimatum Los Angeles Times
BusinessWeek - 1 hour ago
By Jeremy Quittner Here's what happened when Chris Savage, the chief executive of Wistia.com, searched for the phrase "private video sharing" on Twitter, a social networking site.
Google buying Twitter? Maybe not. San Francisco Chronicle
San Jose Mercury News - 4 hours ago
A consumer group urged the Federal Communications Commission to investigate whether AT&T is violating the agency's Internet guidelines by limiting customer access to Skype's free phone service on Apple's iPhone.
CNET News - 15 hours ago
by Steven Musil Millions of Windows users braced themselves for the much-feared Conficker worm, worried that the exploit would wreak havoc on their systems on April 1. Conficker was expected to shut down security services, block computers from ...
Is Conficker Finally History? PC World
OpenDNS: 'Conficker' Barely Scratched US PC Magazine
New York Times - 3 hours ago
Seattle Times - 1 hour ago
Tomorrow is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week for Christians. For many Christians, this is the one week in which significant thought is given to our faith and what makes our beliefs unique.
There's more to Holy Week than Palm Sunday and Resurrection The Tennessean
Holy Week deepens our faith lives PERSPECTIVE FATHER BOB TIMCHAK Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Washington Post - 14 hours ago
Greg Mottola ("Superbad") directs this coming-of-age comedy about a college grad (Jesse Eisenberg) who meets a cast of characters while working at a local amusement park.
'Advertureland' is a charming Tilt-a-Whirl of a film New York Daily News
'Adventureland' more than fun and games Cape Cod Times
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
(04-03) 21:23 PDT -- This season's remaining teams might be hard-pressed to find a place in Final Four lore. Villanova was fourth in the Big East, but teams have finished worse in their conference and won the NCAA championship.
 CONNECTICUT vs.  MICHIGAN STATE Washington Post
Final Four starts today, but fun in Detroit already thrills fans Detroit Free Press
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Burress' status had been uncertain since he accidentally shot himself Nov. 29 with a gun stuffed into his waistband. The New York Giants released Plaxico Burress a little more than four months after the 31-year-old accidentally shot himself in the ...
Giants cut ties with Burress San Francisco Chronicle
Burress Steals The Headlines Hartford Courant
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
By Joe Juliano DETROIT - One of the principles of what Jay Wright calls "Villanova basketball" is that a team should be locked in at the defensive end, never reluctant to try to stop an opponent from scoring no matter the foul situation.
Villanova insider: Wildcats do the '215' proud The Detroit News
Bloomberg - 9 minutes ago
By Heejin Koo April 4 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea ordered the recall and banned sales of pistachios made by Setton Farms of Terra Bella, California, following similar moves by US regulators because of possible salmonella contamination.
Comment by William D. Marler, JDMarler Clark LLP PS
Kraft Foods offers salmonella timeline The Associated Press
ABC News - 13 hours ago
By BRIAN HARTMAN When a parent puts a bottle of baby formula to a child's lips, the parent might not know exactly what ingredients are in that thick, nutritionally packed mix.
Perchlorate found in infant formula -- CDC New York Times
CDC: Rocket fuel chemical found in baby formula The Associated Press
U.S. News & World Report - 15 hours ago
General Electric and Intel Corp. are partnering to spend $250 million over the next five years to create home healthcare products that will allow doctors to remotely diagnose and monitor patients' conditions away from doctors' offices and hospitals, ...
Philadelphia Inquirer - 57 minutes ago
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
California GOP voter registration is "dropping like a rock," a new study shows, declining so fast that Democratic Party officials see an unprecedented opportunity to gain voters and House seats in the 2010 election.
Janet Durrans for The New York Times New York Times
New York Times - 5 hours ago
Brett Flashnick/AP Gov. Mark Sanford’s contrarian streak on federal stimulus money is taking him from South Carolina to the national stage.
Last holdout, SC, accepts stimulus aid Boston Globe