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CHICAGO (Reuters) - The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday it was worried about a swine flu outbreak that has killed as many as 60 people in Mexico, sickened 1000 and made eight Americans ill.
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
Airplane collisions with birds have more than doubled at 13 major US airports since 2000. Above, a flock was disturbed by a plane during takeoff in Canandaigua, NY (Vasiliy Baziuk/The Daily Messenger via Associated Press/File 2006) By Michael J.
Airports face bird threat The Detroit News
Birds rarely damage jets Atlanta Journal Constitution
AFP - 14 minutes ago
COLOMBO (AFP) - The UN's humanitarian chief was due in Sri Lanka Saturday to press Colombo on the fate of civilians caught up in fighting with Tamil Tiger rebels, as the world body said 6500 non-combatants may have been killed this year.
US calls for Sri Lanka ceasefire BBC News
Rebels warn of starvation in Sri Lanka war zone The Associated Press
FOXNews - 18 minutes ago
AP Apr. 23: Dozens of militants armed with guns and gasoline bombs attack NATO's truck terminal in Peshawar, Pakistan. Apr. 23: Dozens of militants armed with guns and gasoline bombs attack NATO's truck terminal in Peshawar, Pakistan.
US Questions Pakistan's Will to Stop Taliban New York Times
Taleban begins Buner pullout BBC News
The Associated Press - 54 minutes ago
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BAGHDAD (AP) - It's been a season of jarring flashbacks in Iraq: a spate of major suicide bombings, including more than 145 dead over two days of bloodshed capped by a blast Friday outside a Shiite shrine.
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
By Dan Eggen Former vice president Richard B. Cheney is asking for the release of two CIA reports in his bid to marshal evidence that coercive interrogation tactics such as waterboarding helped thwart terrorist plots, according to documents released ...
Memos Foiled Plan to Avoid Revisiting Past Wall Street Journal
San Jose Mercury News - 3 hours ago
By Steven Harmon SACRAMENTO - Beneath the triumphal swagger among Democratic activists gathered here this weekend, there's an edge.
Aggressive push seen for health bill Austin American-Statesman
Democrats plan to avoid filibuster on healthcare bill Los Angeles Times
Albany Times Union - 56 minutes ago
By IRENE JAY LIU AND LEIGH HORNBECK GLENS FALLS - Three months ago, Scott Murphy was a successful Glens Falls businessman who you had probably never heard of.
Democrat Is Winner of a New York House Race New York Times
Political tumble pushes decisions at Tedisco Schenectady Gazette
New York Times - 42 minutes ago
By AP BOSTON (AP) - Officials said a Delta flight from New York to Tel Aviv was diverted to Logan Airport in Boston because of an unruly passenger who reportedly rushed the cockpit.
Plane diverted to Boston after man rushes cockpit The Associated Press
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
By Craig Torres and Dawn Kopecki April 25 (Bloomberg) -- Financial regulators may force many of the largest US banks to raise new capital or conserve extra cash after accounting for assets held off their balance sheets.
Is the stress test stressful enough? CNNMoney.com
Waiting For Banks' Stress Test Results Is 'Water Torture' Wall Street Journal
BusinessWeek - 2 hours ago
CNET News - 6 hours ago
by Jason Parker This week, Apple surpassed an amazing milestone at the iTunes app store: one billion downloads! Frankly, I don't think anyone can truly fathom just how many downloaded apps that is, but with only nine months since the app store opened, ...
Weston 13-Year-Old Is Billionth Apple App Store Customer Hartford Courant
ZDNet - 4 hours ago
In an unusual development, Judge Marilyn Patel kicked out the public from the RealDVD injunction hearing, saying that details of DVD encryption were trade secrets that need to be protected.
Napster Judge Hears Hollywood, RealNetworks Arguments InformationWeek
Hollywood attacks RealDVD in court Afterdawn.com
InformationWeek - 8 hours ago
The changes increase user control while improving account deletion and limiting sublicenses and reducing data exchanges between application developers.
Facebook users vote for 'bill of rights' San Jose Mercury News
Reuters - 4 hours ago
By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Television's Simon Cowell said on Friday he was embarrassed at his initial reaction to singing sensation Susan Boyle, but warned that just because she is a hit with fans, she is not a winner yet.
Does Susan Boyle Know What's Next? New York Times
New York Times - 56 minutes ago
By STEPHEN HOLDEN There are no boiled bunnies in “Obsessed,” a clanking, low-rent imitation of “Fatal Attraction” that lacks the imagination to come up with such a novelty.
Chicago Tribune - 3 hours ago
By Curt Wagner | RedEye He may not be going to Costa Rica to film "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" but on Friday, former Gov.
Rod Blagojevich livens up 'I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here ... Los Angeles Times
New York Times - 41 minutes ago
By JUDY BATTISTA Maybe some of the children participating in a fitness clinic in Central Park on Friday dream of growing up to be the NFL's No.
Lions Sign Stafford Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - 23 minutes ago
Backup catcher Brad Ausmus drives in the winning run against the Rockies with a ninth-inning single. By Jim Peltz Reporting from Denver -- Backup catcher Brad Ausmus singled home James Loney in the ninth inning to give the Dodgers a 6-5 win over the ...
Ausmus sends streaking Dodgers past Rox in ninth Seattle Post Intelligencer
MLB.com - 1 hour ago
By Ian Browne / MLB.com BOSTON -- All night, they had chances, and all night, they were going by the boards. But by the time it came to what appeared to be last call -- the bottom of the ninth, two outs and Jason Bay at the plate -- eight innings of ...
Youkilis blast stuns Yankees Washington Post
Body Blows for Rivera and the Yanks New York Times
New York Times - 37 minutes ago
By AP WASHINGTON (AP) - The Food and Drug Administration approved a potential blockbuster drug from Johnson & Johnson on Friday that fights three forms of arthritis caused by immune-system disorders.
Simponi Approved for Immune-Related Arthritis U.S. News & World Report
CNN - 16 hours ago
By Anouk Lorie LONDON, England -- Malaria is a preventable and curable disease, yet every 30 seconds, a child in sub-Saharan Africa dies from the disease, according to the World Health Organization.
World Malaria Day a reminder we can halt disease Palm Beach Post
Malaria Continues to be a Major Killer in Africa Voice of America
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The Associated Press - 34 minutes ago
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - North Korea has restarted its nuclear facilities to harvest weapons-grade plutonium, an official said Saturday, in an escalation of the communist state's standoff with the international community over its nuclear and missile ...
UN Sanctions 3 N. Korean Firms Over Missile Launch Washington Post
New York Times - 3 hours ago
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By KATIE ZEZIMA BOSTON - Ballistics tests have made a preliminary match between the bullets that killed an aspiring model here and a gun found in the home of Philip Markoff, the 23-year-old medical student who is charged with her murder, ...
Accused Craigslist killer tells kin: ‘Forget about me' Boston Herald
Craigslist: Classified For Murder? CBS News