BBC News - 16 minutes ago
Hopes that UK flights would soon return to normal have been undermined by a second volcanic ash cloud in Iceland. Chances to operate planes at many UK airports have been short-lived, and only a few flights have taken place.
Airports Reopen, Safety Debate Lingers Wall Street Journal
Reuters - 47 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Some of John Paulson's clients are indicating they may withdraw money from the billionaire's hedge fund firm, after it was involved in a transaction that led the US government to file a lawsuit against Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.
Unbundling the Bets New York Times
People Magazine - 32 minutes ago
After a night of performances - from the tango to the fox trot - to songs from movies like Risky Business, Pulp Fiction and The Breakfast Club, another star contestant and their pro partner were sent home Tuesday night on Dancing with the Stars.
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Kyrgyzstan's ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev has taken refuge in Belarus, as Kyrgyz interim leaders are struggling to restore order following a violent uprising.
Washington Post - - 24 minutes ago
The Eyjafjallajokull volcano in southern Iceland has erupted twice in less than a month, raising concerns that it could trigger a larger and more dangerous eruption at a volatile volcano nearby.
Iceland volcano calming down Los Angeles Times
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By REUTERS The White House on Tuesday charged that Sudan's recent election, the first multiparty vote in more than 20 years, was plagued by ”serious irregularities” and said the United States was committed to helping ensure that a 2011 referendum on ...
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Christian Science Monitor - - 2 hours ago
Free-speech advocates say the Supreme Court protected the First Amendment. Animal-rights advocates say it showed how Congress could pass a new anti-animal cruelty law.
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
Senate Republicans back off their hard line against Democratic efforts to rein in Wall Street, making it clear that they want to change the financial overhaul bill, not kill it.
Democrats Top GOP in Fund-Raising for Midterms New York Times
New Senate Push on Bank-Rules Bill Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 47 minutes ago
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, preparing for an exodus of staff and supporters, is talking with advisers about how to rebuild his campaign team and retain at least some GOP officials' backing if he were to run for US Senate as an ...
Senate panel leaves PSC nominees in limbo Tampabay.com
Crist's dilemma: Fight, bail or bolt Politico
BusinessWeek - - 3 hours ago
April 20 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. reported net income and sales that soared past analysts' estimates as Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs promised to release “more extraordinary products” this year.
CORRECT: Apple CFO: Extremely Pleased With IPad Sales Wall Street Journal
Washington Post - - 39 minutes ago
The International Monetary Fund has proposed a set of broad taxes on the financial industry to guard against future crises, and the levies that would target "excess" profits and compensation as well as raise hundreds of billions of ...
IMF says banks should pay for future bailouts BusinessWeek
CNNMoney - - 1 hour ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Shares of Yahoo fell after the bell Tuesday when the world's second-largest search engine said its first-quarter profit beat Wall Street's expectations, ...
Revenue numbers lag, shares drop after hours MarketWatch
Yahoo 1Q profit soars, revenue grows, stock falls The Associated Press
CNET - - 2 hours ago
You know the story by now. Some Apple guy leaves his iPhone prototype in a bar. Some guy finds it. A few weeks go by. He then leaks photos of the thing to both Engadget and Gizmodo.
Washington Post - - 31 minutes ago
Advertisers aren't the only ones hungry for data on online users. So are US and foreign governments, according to Internet giant Google.
Google Exposes Government Takedown Requests PC Magazine
Computerworld - - 8 hours ago
Computerworld - Apple today said that the more expensive iPad models that connect to the Internet using AT&T's wireless network will go on sale April 30, barely meeting the company's self-imposed deadline to ship the tablet by the end ...
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Entertainment Weekly - - 36 minutes ago
Bullet dodged: The producers of American Idol may have genuinely believed that Enigma's “Return to Innocence” was an excellent choice for tonight's “inspirational songs” theme - they did, after all, put it on their list of 77 ...
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Home Media Magazine - - 45 minutes ago
While the Thursday, April 22, release of Avatar dominates the week, promotions connected to the movie are kind of muted. Wal-Mart, which offers Avatar at midnight, offered a 3D sticker to the first 50 buyers at ...
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New York Times - - 3 hours ago
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SI.com - 2 hours ago
AP 1) Drugs are bad and users should be punished -- unless you're hurt, in which case you've already suffered enough. 2) Teams don't have accountability for their banned players.
Reds Pitcher Suspended for 50 Games New York Times
The Associated Press - - 25 minutes ago
DETROIT - Jimmy Howard had a 29-save shutout and Henrik Zetterberg scored two goals to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-0 series-evening victory over the Phoenix Coyotes in Game 4 on Tuesday night.
Coyotes AT Red Wings NHL.com
Red Wings blank Coyotes; series tied going to Ariz. Detroit Free Press
Boston Globe - - 20 minutes ago
Wakefield has retired five straight and is hanging in there to some degree. Meanwhile, the Sox have knocked Lewis out of the game.
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
The Food and Drug Administration, saying Americans consume too much sodium, will seek voluntary reductions by the food industry. An Institute of Medicine report calls for more expeditious action.
Reuters - - 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sugar and salt are damaging the health of Americans by raising blood pressure and cholesterol -- and regulation may be the only way to help, researchers agree.
The Associated Press - - 35 minutes ago
OAKLAND, Calif. - Stoked by advancing legalization efforts, pot smokers across the country lit up in public parks, outside statehouses and in the posh confines of a Hummer parked outside a pot gardening superstore to observe the movement's annual high ...
CNN - - Apr 19, 2010
Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) -- In Chris Harrison's ideal world, mobile phones would be the size of matchbooks. They'd have full-size keyboards.
Wall Street Journal - - Apr 16, 2010
There's a feeling one gets when one sits behind the wheel of a really big stupid military-lite American Hummer. You have that feeling of being strong and safe, high on your pleather throne, above the fray, above the danger, ...
FOXNews - Apr 16, 2010
The self-confessed “puma” knows how to keep us guessing when it comes to her youthful appearance. Demi Moore looks pretty spectacular for a 47-year-old, and her rumored engagements with knives and needles have been a hot topic of speculation for ...
RushLimbaugh.com (subscription) - Apr 16, 2010
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CNN - - 12 hours ago
Those personal or private messages sent using your company-owned mobile device may not be as private as you think. (CNN) -- We've all probably done it -- whether it was texting about dinner plans on a company cell phone or ...