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Millions of stranded travellers face further air chaos as the volcanic ash from Iceland that has closed most of Europe's airspace continues to spread.
Volcanic ash grounds Britain for days to come Times Online
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LOS ANGELES - A white supremacist group rallied against illegal immigration in downtown Los Angeles Saturday as hundreds of counter-protesters gathered to shout them down in a tense standoff that included several arrests, thrown rocks and police in ...
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A hundred thousand Poles gathered yesterday in Warsaw to pay their last respects to the president and other leaders whose deaths in an air crash in Russia have plunged the nation into a bout of intense grief and soul-searching.
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All 41 Republican senators have signed a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid saying they are opposed to the financial regulation bill put forward by Democratic Sen. Chris Dodd, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell's office announced today.
Sacramento Bee - - 1 hour ago
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown is challenging his Republican rivals Meg Whitman and Steve Poizner to debate him before the June 8 primary.
Brown challenges Whitman, Poizner to debates San Jose Mercury News
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Washington Post - - 38 minutes ago
Once considered a shoo-in as the next US senator from Florida, Crist's moderate views have made him a target for "tea party" activists and the GOP's right wing.
Florida's Crist, trailing Rubio badly, may run as independent MiamiHerald.com
Romney Will Endorse Rubio Over Crist in Florida Race New York Times
Wall Street Journal - - 3 hours ago
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) was warned nine months ago that Securities and Exchange Commission staff wanted to bring a civil case against it, but the investment bank didn't specifically disclose this to investors in regulatory ...
Goldman Sachs Clients-First Pledge Undercut by SEC BusinessWeek
BusinessWeek - - 12 hours ago
April 17 (Bloomberg) -- Greek two-year notes posted their first weekly advance since March after the European Union and the International Monetary Fund agreed to a 45 billion-euro ($61 billion) plan to help Greece avoid a default.
Greece To Decide On EU/IMF Aid 'In Next Few Weeks' - PM Wall Street Journal
Detroit Free Press - - 14 hours ago
WASHINGTON -- Toyota said Friday that it was recalling 600000 Sienna minivans to inspect for rust in the cable that holds the spare tire, adding to the more than 6 million vehicles already under recall by the automaker this year.
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InformationWeek - - Apr 16, 2010
Republicans say the President's vision for NASA means the end of US space leadership, and even some Democrats are questioning the plan.
Obama Lays Out Vision for Mars Exploration PC Magazine
Obama's asteroid goal: tougher, riskier than moon The Associated Press
FOXNews - 8 minutes ago
The ash cloud belched by an erupting volcano in Iceland may have disrupted air traffic over much of Europe, but it poses no threat to NASA's planned Monday landing of space shuttle Discovery, agency officials said.
Discovery leaves space station; next stop is Earth The Associated Press
TechNewsWorld - - 13 hours ago
Twitter has decided it's time to leave the nest and take flight with a new ad-centric business model. Can the little microblogging service that could maintain good relations with its developers?
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MTV.com - - Apr 16, 2010
From cameos to background music, here are five things you might have missed during your first viewing of the film. By Eric Ditzian Take it from us: As much fun as "Kick-Ass" is upon first viewing, its unraveling - and bloody reweaving - of comic book ...
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KING5.com - - 1 hour ago
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Jay-Z brought his arena-sized stage show -- complete with a guest spot by Beyonce -- to the California desert Friday night (April 16), capping off the triumphant first day of the 11th annual ...
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SI.com - 1 hour ago
Coach Mike Brown and the Cavaliers couldn't have scripted Game 1 any better than it happened. And though Cleveland was taking on an overmatched and possibly distracted (see Vinny Del Negro vs.
LeBron, Shaq lead Cavs over Bulls The Associated Press
New York Times - 1 hour ago
By AP The Atlanta Hawks are off to a good start in the playoffs, even though they barely showed up for the second half. The Milwaukee Bucks are short-handed but at least showed a little fight.
Bucks' Jennings thumps Hawks with 34 Atlanta Journal Constitution
MLB.com - - 48 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES -- Though the Giants haven't determined how to treat the broken bones near Aaron Rowand's left cheek, they did decide Saturday to place the center fielder on the 15-day disabled list.
Lincecum does it all in 9-0 win over Dodgers The Associated Press
USA Today - - Apr 16, 2010
Frequent alcohol consumption by teenage girls may increase the chances that they will develop non-cancerous breast disease in their 20s and possibly breast cancer later in life.
Chicago Tribune - - 9 hours ago
Thanks to health care reform, millions of previously uninsured Americans will have policies enabling them to go to the doctor when necessary without financial fear.
Plenty of nurses I'd call 'Dr.' Andalusia Star-News
BBC News - 1 hour ago
Intensive therapy using a robot has helped patients improve arm movement years after having a stroke, according to a US study. Researchers from Brown University, in Rhode Island, used the machine to provide three months of training.
Robots help stroke patients Food Consumer
New York Times - - Apr 13, 2010
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WalletPop (blog) - Apr 13, 2010
During tax season, it seems as if everyone thinks the grass is greener one (or in some instances, two) states over. Wonder whether your own envy is justified?
Los Angeles Times - 8 hours ago
A quaint town, a Hindu monastery high in the hills, a charming museum and a verdant garden are among the hidden treasures of Hawaii's 'Garden Isle.
TIME (blog) - - Apr 14, 2010
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New York Times - - Apr 16, 2010
At first I thought, “Wow! This is much more diverse than the rallies I've seen on television.” Then I realized that I was looking at stadium workers.