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By ARIANE de VOGUE Months after Sept. 11, 2001, a top Bush administration lawyer authorized the CIA to use interrogation techniques such as the water board, attention grab, sleep deprivation and cramped confinement, finding that the techniques could be ...
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LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) - Police say a hospital worker has shot and killed two employees and then killed himself at a Southern California medical center.
Gunman kills 2, takes own life at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center Los Angeles Times
Long Beach Memorial victims, shooter identified Long Beach Press-Telegram
BBC News - 31 minutes ago
The leader of a Thai protest movement which brought down then-Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra last year has been shot and injured in Bangkok.
Gunmen attack leader of 'yellow shirt' protests The Associated Press
CNN - 1 hour ago
By Juan Carlos López In our Behind the Scenes series, CNN correspondents share their experiences in covering news and analyze the stories behind the events.
White House: No meeting set between Obama, Chavez The Associated Press
CNN - 37 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The State Department Thursday called for a cease-fire between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tigers to allow civilians to escape the fighting, after a two day humanitarian pause ended with renewed violence.
US Urges Halt to Sri Lanka Fighting to Save Trapped Civilians Voice of America
Los Angeles Times - 50 minutes ago
The president says $13 billion in federal money will be a 'down payment' on the 'long-overdue' railway system. By Ben Meyerson and Richard Simon Reporting from Washington -- President Obama touted his plan for developing high-speed railways Thursday, ...
Obama pushes for high-speed rail Reuters
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By PIERRE THOMAS, RICHARD ESPOSITO and JASON RYAN The Somali pirate captured during the rescue of a US cargo ship captain held hostage in the Indian Ocean is expected to stand trial in federal court in New York, according to senior administration ...
Captured Pirate To Face Trial In NY CBS News
New York Times - 21 minutes ago
By ELISABETH BUMILLER CARLISLE, Pa. - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates took his campaign for the Pentagon's budget to one of the nation's premier military institutions on Thursday as he pressed his argument for shifting billions of dollars from future ...
Gates hints at changes to ban on gays in military Los Angeles Times
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By Brian Womack April 16 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc., owner of the world's most popular search engine, reported an 8.9 percent increase in first-quarter profit after cutting jobs and jettisoning some businesses.
Google profit beats estimates CNNMoney.com
Google CEO: Co 'Absolutely' Feeling Impact of Weak Economy Wall Street Journal
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By Ilaina Jonas NEW YORK, April 16 (Reuters) - Shopping malls sold in bankruptcy by General Growth Properties may finally set prices in a stalled market and release billions of dollars stockpiled for good buys in US commercial real estate.
Heavy Debt Bankrupts Mall Owner New York Times
Reuters - 1 hour ago
By Elinor Comlay - Analysis NEW YORK (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase (JPM.N) and Goldman Sachs Group (GS.N) racked up billions of dollars in trading profits in a volatile first quarter -- but don't expect these lucrative markets to last into the next ...
DEALWATCH: Bear Bodes Better For jpmorgan Than wamu CNNMoney.com
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Amid widespread consumer outrage, the No. 2 US cable provider is putting on hold plans to change the way it charges for Internet access Time Warner Cable Chairman and CEO Glenn Britt.
Time Warner halts metered billing tests CNET News
Time Warner Cable Scraps Plan to Charge by Internet Use Wall Street Journal
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An appearance on 'Britain's Got Talent' propels the 47-year-old singer onto the world stage - with nary a speck of glitz or glamour.
New York Times - 57 minutes ago
By BRIAN STELTER and MIGUEL HELFT In another step in its transformation from an online jumble of amateur videos to a destination for mainstream TV programs and movies, YouTube said Thursday that it had signed deals with Hollywood studios to showcase ...
YouTube Takes Aim At Hulu With "Party Of Five" Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
By Zip Code: By BETSY SHARKEY, Film Critic There is a rich tradition in film of taking a political thriller and putting it squarely in the cross hairs of an investigative journalist -- think "All the President's Men," "The Killing Fields" and "The Year ...
Review: 'State of Play' San Francisco Chronicle
New York Times - 2 hours ago
By JONATHAN ABRAMS Hours after the Boston Celtics announced that they could be without Kevin Garnett for the playoffs, General Manager Danny Ainge was hospitalized because of a mild heart attack.
Garnett might miss playoffs; Ainge has minor heart attack Minneapolis Star Tribune
Danny Ainge recovering from heart attack Boston Herald
San Jose Mercury News - 1 hour ago
By Cam Inman FILE - In this Feb. 3, 2002 file photo, Fox broadcasters Pat Summerall, left, and John Madden stand in the FOX broadcast booth at the Louisiana Superdome before Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans.
Madden retires from broadcasting, despite late efforts from NBC's ... The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com
Broadcasting icon John Madden retires MiamiHerald.com
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By Mel Antonen, USA TODAY NEW YORK - The ghost of Babe Ruth was at the new Yankee Stadium Thursday, but the Bambino couldn't anything to help the home team.
Reuters - 7 hours ago
By Lewis Krauskopf and Ben Hirschler - Analysis NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - The pharmaceutical industry is going back to the lab for its business models as it faces historic challenges.
Pharma Giants Combine HIV Pipelines into New Company BioWorld Online
Glaxo and Pfizer create new HIV drug company The Associated Press
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LONDON, April 17 (Reuters) - The cost of AIDS medicines in poor countries is to come down further, following a new bulk purchase arrangement negotiated with a group of generic drug manufacturers.
The destiny of HIV research Mount Holyoke News
A Policy Cocktail for Fighting HIV Washington Post
ABC News - 8 hours ago
By Serena Gordon WEDNESDAY, April 15 (healthday News) -- When a pregnant woman takes the epilepsy medication valproate, her child's intelligence may be lowered for at least three years, and possibly beyond, a new study suggests.
IQ Harmed by Epilepsy Drug in Utero New York Times
Reuters - 5 hours ago
By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US domestic security chief Janet Napolitano sought on Thursday to clear up a flap over her office's warning that some military veterans risk joining right-wing extremist groups.
DHS right-wing report issued despite concerns The Associated Press
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AP JEFFERSON CITY | Vice President Joe Biden used a visit to a mid-Missouri transformer factory Thursday to highlight how the federal economic stimulus package is propelling a new wind-energy project and spinning off jobs.