USA Today - 2 hours ago
President Obama said today that delegates to his Nuclear Security Summit took steps to a more peaceful world, but challenges remain in such places as Iran, Pakistan, North Korea and the Middle East.
The Virginian-Pilot - - 39 minutes ago
On the same day the state heralded a bit of encouraging economic news, Gov. Bob McDonnell delighted groups representing Virginia manufacturers and local government employees by taking steps to preserve a corporate tax break and shield ...
Va. tax collections increase by 3 percent in March BusinessWeek
CNN - - 29 minutes ago
(CNN) -- Jurors in Portland, Oregon, awarded a former Boy Scout $1.4 million after finding Tuesday that the organization was negligent in allowing a Scout leader who was a sex offender to have contact with him.
Oregon man awarded $1.4M in Boy Scouts sex case The Associated Press
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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama, wrapping up a 47-nation nuclear security summit, said Tuesday he is confident China will join other nations in pressing for tough new sanctions on Iran for continuing to defy the international community in seeking ...
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Christian Science Monitor - - 2 hours ago
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Video: Ousted Kyrgyz Leader Bakiyev Agrees to Step Down The Associated Press
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BBC News - 43 minutes ago
The body of Poland's first lady, Maria Kaczynska, has been flown back to Warsaw to lie in state alongside that of her husband, President Lech Kaczynski.
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San Francisco Chronicle - 3 hours ago
Bags containing shredded documents that students at California State University Stanislaus found evidence of documents related to an upcoming speaking engagement by Sarah Palin at the school.
Calif. students find Palin contract in trash The Associated Press
Palin may ban video, sound recorders at university speech MiamiHerald.com
Reuters - - 36 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said "yes we can" on financial regulatory reform on Tuesday, while the top Republican in the US Senate said "no we won't.
Battle Emerges Over US Financial Reform Voice of America
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New York Times - - 3 hours ago
Andrew Stern, president of the politically powerful Service Employees International Union, will tell his union's executive committee, meeting in Washington this week, that he plans to retire, several top union officials said on ...
SEIU President Andy Stern reportedly will step down soon Los Angeles Times
Labor's Stern Said to Be Resigning Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
When Twitter Inc. raised its first round of funding in early 2007, shortly after being spun out of Obvious Corp., it let the world know in typical fashion--with a spare message of less than 140 characters posted on a co-founder's ...
Twitter finally feathers its nest with advertising The Associated Press
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Wall Street Journal - - 24 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Demand for high-performance computer chips has been "particularly strong" as corporate customers begin spending on technology again, Intel Corp.
Intel delivers big surprise with strong results MarketWatch
BusinessWeek - - 27 minutes ago
April 13 (Bloomberg) -- Washington Mutual Inc.'s former Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Killinger, didn't trust Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to give the bank advice in 2007 as it slid toward collapse, according to e-mail released by ...
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Ex-WaMu CEO Complains Of 'Too Clubby To Fail' Cos Wall Street Journal
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msnbc.com - - 1 hour ago
The first man to walk on the moon blasted President Barack Obama's decision to cancel NASA's back-to-the-moon program on Tuesday, saying that the move is “devastating” to America's space effort.
NASA: Next stop Mars? NetworkWorld.com
CNET - - 2 hours ago
Microsoft's introduction of the Kin One and Kin Two on Monday answered a lot of questions about the company's long-running, secretive "Pink" effort.
Entertainment Weekly - - 1 hour ago
Image Credit: Albert L. Ortega/PR Photos; Marvel EntertainmentFriends, Romans, Countrygeeks, lend me your ears! Deadline brings us news that Joss Whedon is thisclose to directing the upcoming Avengers adaptation, ...
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New York Times - - 35 minutes ago
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Comedy review: Conan O'Brien among the faithful Los Angeles Times (blog)
People Magazine - 40 minutes ago
After performing her best routine yet on Dancing with the Stars - a tango that only earned her 32 points out of a possible 60 - Kate Gosselin and her partner Tony Dovolani spoke to PEOPLE about her biggest fans - her eight little ones back home in ...
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Fort Worth Star Telegram - - 44 minutes ago
WACO - Ekpe Udoh has decided to leave Baylor a year early and enter the NBA Draft. The lanky 6-10, 240-pound junior forward from Edmond, Okla.
USA Today - 1 hour ago
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger wrapped up his meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday afternoon. The newly-shorn Roethlisberger told reporters it was a "very productive meeting.
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
The old shrine across 161st Street may be gutted and razed, but Yankee Stadium has hardly changed since its tenants, drenched in Champagne, left it more than five months ago.
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Reuters - - 2 hours ago
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Widely used anticonvulsant drugs, including Pfizer's Neurontin and Novartis' Trileptal, may increase the risk of suicide, attempted suicide and violent death in patients taking them for the first time, US researchers said on Tuesday ...
BusinessWeek - - 51 minutes ago
TUESDAY, April 13 (HealthDay News) -- Rates of a rare neurodegenerative disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome, among those who received the H1N1 vaccine last year were no higher than among the general population, new research shows.
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Huffington Post (blog) - Apr 10, 2010
It's the most important molecule you need to stay healthy and prevent disease -- yet you've probably never heard of it. It's the secret to prevent aging, cancer, heart disease, dementia and more, and necessary to treat everything from autism to ...
Boston Globe - - Apr 10, 2010
You were right: It's a waste of your time. A study says much computer security advice is not worth following. By Mark Pothier To continue reading this story, enter your password now.
TIME - - Apr 10, 2010
Brew Dog's James Watt and Martin Dickie with the world's strongest beer, 'Sink the Bismarck'. Thanks to a war between European brewing companies, it's never been easier to catch a healthy beer buzz.
New York Times - - Apr 9, 2010
In Abbateggio, Abruzzo, Nicoletta De Thomasis, left, and her family and friends have outsiders in to try regional specialties through the Home Food program.
CNN - 3 hours ago
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Rescuers carried an 11-year-old girl out of dense, swampy forest in Florida on Tuesday, four days after she disappeared.