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CNN International - 32 minutes ago
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
The Associated Press - 42 minutes ago
BINGHAMTON, NY (AP) - Jiverly Wong was upset over losing his job at a vacuum plant, didn't like people picking on him for his limited English and once angrily told a co-worker, "America sucks.
Gunman had lost job, felt "degraded" Seattle Times
Binghamton gunman felt ‘looked down upon’ Detroit Free Press
MiamiHerald.com - 1 hour ago
US allies agreed to send up to 5000 additional troops to help support security efforts in Afghanistan. BY STEVEN THOMMA STRASBOURG, France -- President Barack Obama won a pledge from NATO allies Saturday to send as many as 5000 more troops to help in ...
NATO Backs Obama's Afghan Plan but Pledges Few New Troops Washington Post
Voice of America - 1 hour ago
Reuters - 10 hours ago
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Bank of England Governor Mervyn King and other top economic officials will hold a follow-up meeting on Monday after last week's G20 financial summit, a British official said on Saturday.
Obama: Threats to security, economy are worldwide The Associated Press
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
Five children between ages 7 and 16 were found shot dead, allegedly by their father, in their home southeast of Tacoma, Wash., authorities said Saturday night.
Wash. police: Father kills 5 children, himself The Associated Press
Five children found dead in Graham-area home TheNewsTribune.com
Atlanta Journal Constitution - 2 hours ago
AP Pittsburgh —- A man in a bulletproof vest killed three police officers answering a domestic call Saturday, police said. Police Chief Nate Harper said the motive for the shooting isn’t clear, but friends said the gunman recently had been upset about ...
Gunman Kills 3 Police Officers in Pittsburgh New York Times
New York Times - 9 hours ago
Toby Talbot/AP By ABBY GOODNOUGH BOSTON - The Iowa Supreme Court’s approval of same-sex marriage on Friday gave advocates an important first victory in the nation’s heartland, thwarting the notion that only the Northeast will accept it.
Comment by Evan WolfsonFreedom to Marry, Author of Why Marriage Matters
Wall Street Journal - 3 hours ago
By AMOL SHARMA Contracts covering 15000 AT&T Inc. employees expired at midnight on Saturday as the telecom giant continued labor negotiations with a union representing 88000 workers nationwide.
AT&T and union talks continue past deadline The Associated Press
Boston Globe - 3 hours ago
By Robert Gavin Some Boston Globe union workers were stunned to learn of the newspaper's threatened shutdown. To others, it was not a complete surprise, given the industry's mounting troubles.
Globe says it may be forced to close Bizjournals.com
Threat to shut Boston Globe shows no paper is safe The Associated Press
Newsweek - 12 hours ago
By Matthew Philips | NEWSWEEK To most people, it's an arcane accounting rule. But to bankers, it's the whole ballgame: "mark to market" pricing is the practice of requiring banks to value their assets based on their current market value.
BBC News - 56 minutes ago
An ice bridge linking a shelf of ice the size of Jamaica to an island in Antarctica has snapped. Scientists suggest the collapse could mean that the Wilkins Ice Shelf is on the brink of breaking away, and that it provides evidence of global warming.
Ice Bridge Holding Antarctic Shelf in Place Shatters New York Times
Apple Insider - 4 hours ago
By Prince McLean Continuing its advertising campaign which seeks to promote generic PCs running Windows as more attractive than Macs, Microsoft's latest spot plays up specifications over aesthetics as opposed to just suggesting that PCs are simply ...
Microsoft makes yet another HP commercial VentureBeat
PC World - Apr 3, 2009
Twitter, a microblogging service in which millions of people post brief text messages, has emerged as the custodian of a valuable online index of real-time facts, comments, musings and announcements, information that is clearly valuable for Google's ...
Twitter: Building Businesses Tweet by Tweet BusinessWeek
Twitter Co-Founder Addresses Google Rumors PC Magazine
MTV.com - 1 hour ago
By Gil Kaufman Embraced by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for more than 25 years of brutally melodic, cathartic hard rock, Metallica stayed true to their pledge and made their induction Saturday night a generous family affair, and a throat-punching ...
Metallica rocks Hall of Fame Reuters
A Raucous Homecoming for Rock’s Hall of Fame New York Times
Reuters - 3 hours ago
By Mark Egan NEW YORK, April 4 (Reuters) - The surviving Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, performed together on Saturday to raise money to help kids learn a meditation technique the 1960s icons practiced at the height of their fame.
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr Reunite at Radio City New York Times
US-ENTERTAINMENT Summary Washington Post
Kitsap Sun - 1 hour ago
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
New York Daily News - 55 minutes ago
The starting gate opened in the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct, nothing unusual about that, except nobody told the heavy favorite. I Want Revenge broke in the air, two feet on the ground, his front feet in the ozone.
I Want Revenge takes Wood with big finish Philadelphia Inquirer
I Want Revenge Wins Wood Memorial Hartford Courant
Detroit Free Press - 31 minutes ago
U.S. News & World Report - Apr 3, 2009
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, ...
Wall Street Journal - 4 hours ago
By JILIAN MINCER Individuals who lost their jobs in the last several months may be eligible for employer-sponsored health insurance coverage at greatly reduced rates.
COBRA deadline coming Business First of Buffalo Bizjournals.com
Second Opinion: Stimulus bill alters COBRA Sacramento Bee
The Associated Press - Apr 3, 2009
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - Kraft Foods Inc., the company whose testing led to the nationwide pistachio recall, said Friday it first heard there was salmonella in its trail mix in late 2007, but could not trace the possible source to tainted nuts from ...
Comment by William D. Marler, JDMarler Clark LLP PS
AFP - 42 minutes ago
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AFP) - Pakistani troops backed by helicopter gunships and jets killed at least 18 militants in a restive tribal region bordering Afghanistan, officials said Sunday.
Moderate Taliban leader warns Barack Obama's plan will make ... Telegraph.co.uk
Obama's bipartisan moment on foreign policy Los Angeles Times
Chicago Tribune - 12 hours ago
By TAMMY WEBBER | AP Writer CHICAGO - Former Illinois first lady Patti Blagojevich was famously labeled a "potty mouth" after the FBI said it recorded expletive-laden rants against critics of her husband.
Web Words: Ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich indicted Peoria Journal Star
Voice of America - 11 hours ago
By Sonja Pace NATO leaders have agreed on more troops, training and money for Afghanistan, warmly welcomed the new US president, and selected a new secretary-general to take over the alliance in August - all amid a highly symbolic summit to celebrate ...