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By Abdi Sheikh and Andrew Quinn MOGADISHU/WASHINGTON, April 10 (Reuters) - The US Navy prepared on Friday to increase pressure on Somali pirates to give up an American ship captain held hostage in a lifeboat in a strategic part of the Indian Ocean for ...
Standoff With Pirates Shows US Power Has Limits New York Times
FBI Joins US Navy In Pirate Standoff Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Defense Secretary Gates argues that the additional money is needed to prevent abrupt troop withdrawals. The administration says it's 'the last supplemental for Iraq and Afghanistan.
Comment by Allan J. LichtmanProfessor of History, American University
More Funds Sought for Iraq and Afghanistan Washington Post
Wall Street Journal - 48 minutes ago
Cap-and-trade theologians love to invoke markets: Merely put a price on carbon, they say, and the invisible hand will shoo us toward an eco-friendly future.
Cap-and-trade bill would propel Tenaska plant ReporterNews.com
Markey's bill tackles carbon emissions, greenhouse gases MetroWest Daily News
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
By Thomas Erdbrink and Mary Beth Sheridan TEHRAN, April 9 -- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced advances in Iran's nuclear program Thursday and indicated his country would not suspend its enrichment of uranium, but he also reiterated a willingness ...
Clinton Skeptical About Claimed Iranian Nuclear Strides Voice of America
Iran Claims Gains in Nuclear Program New York Times
Reuters - 1 hour ago
By Martin Petty PATTAYA, Thailand (Reuters) - Anti-government protesters converged on the Thai beach town of Pattaya on Friday with plans to disrupt an Asian summit as part of efforts to try to force Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to step down.
UDD paralyses Bangkok traffic Bangkok Post
Reuters - 1 hour ago
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Fiji's President Ratu Josefa Iloilo has announced he has annulled the 1997 constitution, media reports from Suva said on Friday.
Newsday - 2 hours ago
BY DELTHIA RICKS | firstname.lastname@example.org New statistics on 2008 food-borne illnesses show the same rogues' gallery of five infectious pathogens remain at the core of food-related sickenings, and although estimates on the number of illnesses have ...
Food Safety Efforts Have Stalled in Recent Years, CDC Says Washington Post
US Food Safety No Longer Improving New York Times
New York Times - 2 hours ago
By PAUL OBERJUERGE ANAHEIM, Calif. - Only a few hours after the most promising performance of his major league career, Nick Adenhart, a 22-year-old pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, was one of three people killed early Thursday when the ...
Monson: Adenhart an Angel yesterday, an angel forever Salt Lake Tribune
Washington Post - 19 minutes ago
By Karen DeYoung The CIA no longer operates any secret overseas prisons, Director Leon Panetta said yesterday, and has not detained anyone since he became chief in February.
CIA to Close Secret Prisons, Scenes of Harsh Interrogations New York Times
CIA abandons use of contract interrogators The Associated Press
Reuters - 23 minutes ago
By Jonathan Stempel and Seo Eun-kyung NEW YORK/SEOUL, April 10 (Reuters) - US bank Wells Fargo (WFC.N) forecast a record profit and South Korea averted recession in the first quarter, offering investors some hope that the most vicious period of the ...
Treasury Prices Fall as Investors Move to Stocks New York Times
Reversal: Wells Fargo Up, Wal-Mart Down Wall Street Journal
BusinessWeek - 3 hours ago
By Justin Bachman It seems that Seattle may have just heard the economic alarm that Boeing's (BA) largest customer warned about last month.
Boeing earnings to be hit by production changes MarketWatch
Reuters - 3 hours ago
By Gina Keating LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Motorola Inc's (MOT.N) ex-Chief Financial Officer, Paul Liska, said in a lawsuit unsealed on Thursday he was fired for warning company officials the 2009 business plan for its mobile devices unit was based on ...
Motorola calls former CFO "treacherous officer" The Associated Press
Motorola suit unmasks exec. battle Crain's Chicago Business
San Jose Mercury News - 2 hours ago
By John Woolfolk Despite efforts to contain costs, San Jose continues to post more and costlier bills for workers' compensation than comparable California cities and counties.
AT&T uses Twitter during service outage CNET News
Silicon Valley Internet, Phone Service Sabotaged InformationWeek
BusinessWeek - 13 hours ago
By Kenji Hall Imagine walking into a classroom, an art museum, or a mall and switching on your gaming console to take a test, learn more about a Picasso painting, or find a shop that sells sneakers.
Nintendo not planning price cuts for hit machines The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Los Angeles Times - 3 hours ago
The lesson that the movie, with its G rating and Disney imprimatur, imparts is that no matter how famous you are, family and friends should always be the foundation.
Movie review: 'Hannah Montana: The Movie' San Francisco Chronicle
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
Seth Rogen stars as a mall security cop attempting to bring a flasher to justice and woo a woman (Anna Faris) who works at the make-up counter.
Mall Crisis? Call Security. Then Again, Maybe Not. New York Times
Opelika Auburn News - 52 minutes ago
Often called the Easter Moon, the first Full Moon of spring rises behind clouds under the cross Thursday at Garden Hills Cemetery in Opelika.
Billy Graham | Salvation through Christ is God’s greatest gift Kansas City Star
Church Bulletin 4/10 News Courier
Washington Post - 22 minutes ago
Tiger Woods walks down the 18th fairway at the Masters. Woods shot an unremarkable 70 in the first round, leaving him in an eight-way tie for 20th place.
Tiger's 70 included missed opportunities FOXSports.com
The Associated Press - 21 minutes ago
MiamiHerald.com - 32 minutes ago
By Sports Network Joel Ward scored the equalizer with 59.3 seconds left in regulation and Jason Arnott had the deciding goal in the shootout, as Nashville stayed in the playoff race with a key 4-3 win over Detroit.
Arnott, Koistinen give Preds 4-3 SO win over Wings The Associated Press
Forbes - 4 hours ago
THURSDAY, April 9 (HealthDay News) -- Bowing to the pleas of hospice experts, the US Food and Drug Administration has backed off its intent to remove from the market an unapproved liquid morphine painkiller given to dying patients.
FDA reversal OKs morphine painkiller for dying The Associated Press
Washington Post - 50 minutes ago
By Chris L. Jenkins Virginia, Maryland and the District will receive more than $73 million in federal stimulus funds to expand and improve child-care and immunization programs for low-income families, the Obama administration announced yesterday.
$2 billion from stimulus available for child care The Associated Press
Pa. to receive $68.3 million in stimulus for child care and ... Bizjournals.com
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 3 hours ago
...or we could all quit being so lazy and work out now and then. I come from a family of obese individuals and know that the only way to … read more avoid it is to quit making excuses and hit the treadmill on a regular basis.
Studies Find A Way Adult Bodies May Fight Obesity Washington Post
Dallas Morning News - 8 minutes ago
By ANGELA K. BROWN / AP High winds and bone-dry conditions fueled numerous wildfires across much of North Texas on Thursday, forcing several cities to evacuate residents from homes, schools and a nursing home.
Dozens of homes burn as fires scorch Texas, Okla. The Associated Press
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
April 10 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese may get more than their money’s worth from Taro Aso’s recent visit to London. Trips by prime ministers to meetings like last week’s Group of 20 one are normally complete junkets.
Japan goes green with £100bn economic recovery guardian.co.uk
Japan pushes record stimulus, jobs package Radio Australia
San Jose Mercury News - 1 hour ago