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Times Online - 2 hours ago
Intense lobbying from the airlines could still lead to the opening up of European airspace, closed since the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull first sent its debilitating cloud across the continent last week.
Airspace over Northern Europe to open Tuesday Los Angeles Times
ABC Online - - 2 hours ago
The weeks of popular protests by thousands of red-shirted demonstrators in the centre of Bangkok reached a critical stage on the late Saturday evening of 10 April 2010.
Armed Thai troops patrol Bangkok business district The Associated Press
Xinhua - 45 minutes ago
TEHRAN, April 19 (Xinhua)-- A senior advisor to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the Iranian chief executive has approved the site for a new uranium enrichment facility, the local Press TV reported on Monday.
Iran 'strives' for nuke-free world Press TV
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Washington Post - - 1 hour ago
In the nation's capital, where possession of guns is strictly regulated, they came carrying only signs and handbills, which one man had thrust into an empty holster.
Gun Lovers Gather in Virginia Park Los Angeles Times
Gun Owners Rally in Support of Gun Rights Voice of America
The Associated Press - - 39 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - In a rare public dispute between a Democratic-led Congress and the White House, a Senate committee on Monday subpoenaed the Obama administration for secret documents and access to witnesses in last year's mass shooting at the Fort Hood ...
Senators chastise Pentagon, subpoena Fort Hood documents Christian Science Monitor
Senators Subpoena Documents on Fort Hood Suspect Wall Street Journal
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Washington…. Employees cannot expect a right of privacy when they send personal messages from their work computers, cellphones and other devices - even if they're footing the bill, a government lawyer argued before the US Supreme Court.
BusinessWeek - - 27 minutes ago
April 20 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese bonds may fall, halting the longest rally since December, as better-than-estimated earnings and reports that US regulators were split on suing Goldman Sachs Group Inc. boosted American stocks.
Summary Box: Stocks end mixed on financial rebound The Associated Press
Singapore Stocks May Halt Slide Daily Markets
New York Times - - 35 minutes ago
Hours after the accusations of fraud at Goldman Sachs began to reverberate through Wall Street on Friday, voice mail message indicators inside the bank began to light up.
BusinessWeek - - 2 hours ago
April 19 (Bloomberg) -- International Business Machines Corp. said service contract signings fell last quarter, suggesting corporate customers are still delaying some technology spending following the economic slowdown.
IBM earnings jump 13% CNNMoney
IBM's Net Rises 13% Wall Street Journal
Computerworld - - 54 minutes ago
Computerworld - Gizmodo, which posted photos today of what it said was the next-generation iPhone, paid $5000 for access to the smartphone, said Nick Denton, head of Gawker Media, which publishes the blog.
Apple's iPhone 4G passes the bar NetworkWorld.com
Gamasutra - - 1 hour ago
Israel is blocking imports of Apple's new iPad device until its officials can verify that the tablet computer complies with local transmitter standards and does not interfere with other wireless devices.
Apple May Have IPad Shortages Amid Production Issues BusinessWeek
3G iPad orders pushed to May V3.co.uk
PC World - - 2 hours ago
If you like saying "like," you are, like, totally going to like what's going on at Facebook right now. Damn -- it's tough to talk about Facebook's evolution without sounding like a Valley girl.
Summary Box: Facebook profiles to pages The Associated Press
Facebook to track users' web trail in ad drive Financial Times
BuddyTV - 44 minutes ago
It's movie night on Dancing with the Stars, so I thought it fitting to pick a movie title as my headline, and one that reflects what we're about to see in tonight's performance show: the eight remaining stars, many of whom are quite long-legged (and ...
MTV.com - - 1 hour ago
A closer look at the numbers reveals the atypical comic book flick has 'cult' potential, industry experts say. By Eric Ditzian "Kick-Ass," this year's first superhero movie, had been attracting considerable pre-release buzz and was expected to rake in ...
'Kick-Ass' claims No. 1 spot over 'Dragon' The Associated Press
Washington Post - 5 hours ago
Carrie Underwood won her second consecutive entertainer of the year award to highlight Sunday night's 45th annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.
Why was Taylor Swift skunked at the ACM Awards? Los Angeles Times
USA Today - 2 hours ago
BOSTON (AP) - A 64-year-old man running in the Boston Marathon had a heart attack and was revived along the side of the course. Race officials say he is in stable condition at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.
2 Rochester Hills runners finish in top 20 in Boston Marathon Detroit Free Press
Americans closer, but still no win in Boston The Associated Press
Sports Network - 44 minutes ago
Fort Worth, TX (Sports Network) - Kyle Busch had a five-star performance at Texas Motor Speedway on Monday by winning the rain-delayed O'Reilly Auto Parts 300 Nationwide Series race in dominating fashion.
Busch dominates for fifth consecutive win at TMS Pit Road Scene
USA Today - - 3 hours ago
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
As many as a third of young people who use tanning beds may be addicted to the behavior, scientists report. By Shari Roan, Times Staff Writer As many as a third of young people who use tanning beds my be addicted to the behavior, scientists report.
Reuters - - 7 hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Thousands of young children are accidentally poisoned by tobacco products each year in the US, and new dissolvable tobacco products that resemble candy might pose an additional risk, according to researchers.
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
Women at high risk can take either drug as preventive therapy, researchers in seven-year study say. By Thomas H. Maugh II, Times Staff Writer Two drugs taken by women at high risk for breast cancer - tamoxifen and raloxifene - both reduce the risk of ...
Study: 2 good choices to prevent breast cancer The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - - Apr 18, 2010
On a visit to Marja, the top US military officer and the governor hear what residents want. The list is met with promises. By Doyle McManus Our V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft touched down next to a field of bright pink opium poppies in Afghanistan's ...
New York Times - - Apr 16, 2010
Ramamurti Shankar's Physics 201 at Yale, coming soon to a portal near you. The course is Professor Shankar's second to be put online.
The Guardian - Apr 15, 2010
A phonecall in the dead of night was the first inkling the people living on the Thorvaldseyri farm had that Iceland's glacier-covered Eyjafjallajokull volcano was about to erupt.
Los Angeles Times - - 18 hours ago
Ex-screenwriter Denise Ritchie thinks her Malibu Compost will save cows from slaughter -- and help dairy farmers too. It's already smoothed some rough patches in her life.
New York Times - - Apr 15, 2010
In 1858, a British epidemiologist named William Farr set out to study what he called the “conjugal condition” of the people of France.