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Britons stranded by flight restrictions as a result of the volcanic ash cloud from Iceland could be returned to the UK through a "Spanish hub".
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Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates acknowledged Sunday that in January he sent a memo to the White House outlining the "next steps in our defense planning process" for Iran.
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New York Times - - 1 hour ago
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WASHINGTON - Can you trust Washington? Nearly 80 percent of Americans say they can't and they have little faith that the massive federal bureaucracy can solve the nation's ills, according to a survey from the Pew Research Center that shows public ...
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Washington Post - - 22 hours ago
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New York Times - 1 hour ago
By AP WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - Energized by Scott Brown's upset victory in the United States Senate race, Massachusetts Republicans have chosen Charles Baker as their nominee for governor to face the Democratic incumbent and presumed candidate, ...
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BusinessWeek - - 23 minutes ago
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Reuters - - 49 minutes ago
International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn addresses students at University of Economic Studies in Bucharest March 30, 2010.
BusinessWeek - - 19 minutes ago
April 19 (Bloomberg) -- European Union and International Monetary Fund officials are due travel to Athens this week to start laying down conditions for a 45 billion-euro ($61 billion) bailout package as public anger mounts over more ...
Europe Travel Ban Delays Key Meeting On Greek Debt Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
The tablet, lauded by many as the next wave in education technology, is having difficulty being accepted at George Washington University and Princeton University because of network stability issues.
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ABC News - - 3 hours ago
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PC World - 8 hours ago
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Reuters - - 6 hours ago
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Radar Online - 41 minutes ago
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SI.com - 1 hour ago
The Lakers won a blasé 87-79 opener over the young Thunder, who finished seven games behind the defending champs over the regular season but exhibited a much larger deficit in terms of experience and guile Sunday.
Thunder-Lakers Game Review USA Today
Lakers shut down Durant to take series opener 87-79 Washington Post
ESPN - - 39 minutes ago
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San Jose Mercury News - - 15 hours ago
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Nursing homes accused of misspending funding Cal Coast News
CNN - Apr 16, 2010
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- The woman who accused football star Ben Roethlisberger of raping her in March in a bar in Milledgeville, Georgia, described the alleged incident to police as the culmination of a night of bar-hopping.
CBS 3 - Apr 15, 2010
Suspect Matthew Clemmens is accused of purposely vomiting on a young girl at the Phillies game April 14. Police arrested a Cherry Hill man after he was accused of intentionally vomiting on a young girl at the Phillies game Wednesday evening.
FOXNews - - Apr 15, 2010
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New York Times - - Apr 16, 2010
How exercise affects body weight is one of the more intriguing and vexing issues in physiology. Exercise burns calories, no one doubts that, and so it should, in theory, produce weight loss, a fact that has prompted countless ...
Politico - - Apr 14, 2010
By CARRIE BUDOFF BROWN & GLENN THRUSH | 4/14/10 7:15 PM EDT Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (right) is betting he can deny President Obama even a single GOP vote on the financial bill.