Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
The Pakistani government has arrested a suspect with connections to a Pakistani militant group who said he acted as an accomplice to the accused Times Square bomber, US officials said.
Video: Three Arrests in Multi-state Terror Raids The Associated Press
Obama meets, praises Times Square bomb responders The Associated Press
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
Two weeks ago, the government put out a round estimate of the size of the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico: 5000 barrels a day. Repeated endlessly in news reports, it has become conventional wisdom.
Buffalo News - - 40 minutes ago
President Obama suggested that American families are still suffering from the recession and called for new jobs legislation during a three-hour visit to Buffalo today.
Video: Obama Takes Small-business Agenda to Buffalo The Associated Press
In New York Trip, Obama Is Optimistic on Economy New York Times
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Video: Raw Video: "Red Shirt" General Shot in Bangkok The Associated Press
Reuters - - 28 minutes ago
BISHKEK (Reuters) - Kyrgyzstan's interim government said Thursday it will root out and punish organizers of what it called a coup attempt by supporters of ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev in the nation's volatile south.
Supporters Of Ex-Leader Seize Offices In Kyrgyzstan New York Times
CNN International - - 28 minutes ago
(CNN) -- Seventy Dutch passengers were among the 103 people killed in Wednesday's plane crash in Libya, the Dutch Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
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Elena Kagan's time at Harvard is under debate. Ms. Kagan, right, visited Senator Susan Collins on Capitol Hill on Thursday. The latest on President Obama, his administration and other news from Washington and around the nation.
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Kagan opposed military stance on gays Los Angeles Times
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
PHOENIX - Arizona's tourism officials are growing increasingly concerned at the prospect of huge hotel and convention dollar losses because of fallout from the state's new immigration law.
Austin will not do business with Arizona Austin American-Statesman
FOXNews - - 29 minutes ago
As President Obama continues his verbal assault on Wall Street as part of his push for new banking rules, he will head to Manhattan Thursday to co-host a swanky fundraiser for Democratic lawmakers.
Obama slams congressional Republicans during speech Newsday (subscription)
Wall Street Journal - - 3 hours ago
NEW YORK—Stocks fell, led by the consumer-discretionary sector as earnings guidance and results from retailers Kohl's and Urban Outfitters disappointed.
Stocks dip after rally CNNMoney
Wall Street Journal - - 36 minutes ago
SINGAPORE -- Asian stock markets were lower Friday on Wall Street's weakness Thursday, with Japanese exporters falling on the yen's recent strength.
The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - Shaking up how Wall Street assesses risks, the Senate on Thursday voted to end the ability of financial institutions to choose the credit rating agencies that rate their investment products.
Senate Backs Moves to Curb Ratings Agencies New York Times
USA Today - - 41 minutes ago
A vocal slice of Facebook's 400 million members are grousing about a new feature from the social-networking giant that lets non-Facebook websites post the personal views of Facebook users without their consent.
Wall Street Journal - - 55 minutes ago
("Adobe Co-Founder: Flash Fight Isn't Critical To Company Success," published Thursday at 2:35 pm EDT, misstated origin of the TrueType technology.
Adobe makes 'love' not war in dispute with Apple The Associated Press
InformationWeek - - 6 hours ago
Microsoft is looking ramp up adoption of latest version of productivity software aimed at road warriors. By Paul McDougall Microsoft said it's now offering its Office Mobile 2010 suite as a free download from its Windows Phone Marketplace for all ...
Washington Post - - 22 minutes ago
It was a star-studded evening in the French Riviera at the opening of the 63rd annual Cannes Film Festival. By Ann Hornaday CANNES, FRANCE -- The skies are partly cloudy, the breeze is chilly and the iffy weather is matched by the prevailing muted mood ...
'Robin Hood' is unlikely to stop 'Iron Man 2' from getting richer Los Angeles Times
USA Today - - 48 minutes ago
Letters to Juliet may look like a postcard come to life, but it poses a burning question: What would Juliet do? Shakespeare's star-crossed Capulet, of course, is fictional.
Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero know well the wait for love Los Angeles Times
Letters to Movies San Francisco Chronicle
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
People who work on the pioneering crime drama were told Thursday afternoon that the show had been canceled after 20 seasons. But there were indications late Thursday that talks were continuing and that the show might ...
Is Law & Order Done? FOXNews
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MLB.com - 41 minutes ago
Ned Yost is getting a second managerial chance. The record indicates that he is clearly deserving of this opportunity. Yost is taking over as manager of the Kansas City Royals from Trey Hillman, who was dismissed Thursday.
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MLB.com - - 14 minutes ago
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Ross' run helps Marlins beat Mets 2-1 The Associated Press
Josh Johnson: Johnson limits Mets to three hits in win Rotoworld.com
SI.com - 1 hour ago
AP BALTIMORE -- It's been pretty well established at this point that at the age of 43, Calvin Borel owns the Kentucky Derby. Three times in the last four years he has ridden the winning horse in the most important race in America, a transcendent event ...
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Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
The chain's reversal comes after the FDA says it has no record of authorizing the product, which the maker says can be used to detect risks of getting such conditions as Alzheimer's or heart disease.
Video: Walgreens to Hold Off Selling Genetic Test Kits The Associated Press
Boston Globe - - 22 hours ago
WASHINGTON - Republicans have opened an assault on the nomination of Harvard professor Donald Berwick to lead the huge agency that runs Medicare and Medicaid, calling Berwick an advocate for “rationing'' health care.
Stepped-up Medicare fraud enforcement snags $2.5B The Associated Press
Forbes - - 3 hours ago
Older women who date younger men are hazardous to their own health--according to the media. Pity the poor cougar. In a short amount of time, cougars--older women who couple up with younger men--have gone from being celebrated to being castigated.
Being a 'cougar' can send a woman to an early grave Telegraph.co.uk
Deadspin (blog) - May 10, 2010
A strange, strange man has been showing up on morning shows throughout the Midwest, claiming to be a yo-yo trick champion. He is not.
Huffington Post (blog) - May 9, 2010
Those who were paying attention to politics yesterday, were probably watching the fascinating death struggle in Utah, between ultraconservative Senator Bob Bennett and a pack of seven vicious teabaggers trying to displace him... for not being extreme ...
New York Times - - May 11, 2010
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Bleacher Report - - May 10, 2010
While many experts have questioned the Denver Broncos selection of Tim Tebow in the first round, there is no doubt the Broncos have gotten their money's worth in jersey sales.
CNN - - 3 hours ago
Editor's note: This article, the first of two parts, is the result of a 10-month CNN investigation into the case of Bryant Neal Vinas, an American al Qaeda recruit featured in the one-hour ...