Washington Post - 1 hour ago
As cleanup and containment efforts continue at the Gulf of Mexico site of the Deepwater Horizon explosion, oil executives are in Washington to answer to a Senate committee.
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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thousands of Thai protesters refused to leave Bangkok's streets on Sunday despite three days of fighting that has killed 24 people and spiraled into chaotic urban warfare, with both sides calling for reinforcements.
Video: Clashes continue in Bangkok Al Jazeera
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A Palestinian youth was shot and killed in the West Bank by an Israeli Thursday night, while Israeli soldiers shot dead a 75-year-old Palestinian near the border fence with the Gaza Strip Friday.
Video: Palestinians mark Nakba Al Jazeera
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ABC Online - 3 hours ago
Qantas says its flights have not yet been affected by ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland which is again threatening air travel in Britain.
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Episcopal diocese of Los Angeles ordained an openly lesbian bishop on Saturday, a move likely to stoke further tensions between liberals and conservatives in the deeply divided global Anglican Communion.
Episcopal church ordains its 2nd openly gay bishop Washington Post
CNN - 33 minutes ago
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin joined the national battle over Arizona's controversial new immigration law Saturday, appearing with Gov.
Task force, tourism groups try to cast Arizona in a better light Arizona Republic
Palin defends immigration crackdown Bradenton Herald
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Reuters - - 19 hours ago
US President Barack Obama speaks about Wall Street reform during a visit to Quincy, Illinois, April 28, 2010. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Saturday called for swift Senate action on a sweeping overhaul of Wall Street rules to ...
Video: GOP Critical of Obama's Economic Policies The Associated Press
Obama wants light on Wall Street's shadowy deals The Associated Press
Bizjournals.com - May 14, 2010
The US Small Business Administration on Friday approved disaster loan funds for businesses along Florida's Gulf Coast affected by the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill.
Disaster loans approved for NH, Maine Foster's Daily Democrat
Deadline to apply for SBA disaster loans nears Waterbury Republican American
BusinessWeek - - 45 minutes ago
May 16 (Bloomberg) -- Hon Hai Group, the world's largest contract manufacturer of electronics, said an employee died at a dormitory at the company's facility in Shenzhen, China.
China Worker Suicides Draw Scrutiny Wall Street Journal
Reuters - - 45 minutes ago
A model demonstrates a Nexus One smartphone, the first mobile phone Google will sell directly to consumers based on its Android platform, after a news conference at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California January 5, 2010.
TECH CHRONICLES Google pulling the plug on online Nexus One store San Francisco Chronicle
The Associated Press - - 6 hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - A snagged cable forced Atlantis' astronauts to resort to a more inconvenient and less comprehensive method of inspecting their space shuttle Saturday as they sped toward a weekend rendezvous with the International Space Station.
Atlantis ready to dock today at station Florida Today
PC World - 4 hours ago
Artwork: Chip Taylor"Don't be evil" has gone all 1984 on us. Or so it seems after Google revealed Friday that its Street View cars, in addition to snapping photos of the world's roadways, have also been collecting sensitive personal information from ...
Germany lashes out at Google for privacy breach The Associated Press
Google data blunder a 'mistake' BBC News
Los Angeles Times (blog) - 20 minutes ago
That seems to be the early critical reaction to the latest Woody Allen movie, "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger," which premiered Saturday at the Cannes Film Festival.
Woody Allen Wants Reese, Cate Blanchett Hollywoodnews.com
ABC Online - 29 minutes ago
US director Woody Allen has defended fellow filmmaker Roman Polanski, taking aim at those who would be "happy if they could execute him in a firing squad".
Houston Chronicle - 13 minutes ago
PHOENIX - Conrad Murray, the Houston doctor accused of administering a powerful anesthetic that killed pop star Michael Jackson, helped stabilize a young woman who fell ill on a US Airways jet on Saturday.
Minneapolis Star Tribune - - 11 minutes ago
San Jose Mercury News - - 47 minutes ago
They have the marquee players, the marquee opponent, the painful playoff history, and the big stage all but cleared for them. Basically, this meeting with Chicago is the series the Sharks and their fans have always wanted and needed.
Western Conference finals: Sharks vs. Blackhawks Los Angeles Times
Boston Herald - - 1 hour ago
Rajon Rondo, with two triple-doubles in the Celtics [team stats]' first-round elimination of Chicago, outplayed one of the game's other great young point guards, Derrick Rose.
Eastern Conference finals preview, Celtics vs. Magic Washington Post
NBA Eastern Conference finals preview Los Angeles Times
FOXNews - - 1 hour ago
Think you have a food allergy? Your symptoms could be a sign of something else. A study conducted by the US government found that previous data on food allergies is significantly inaccurate, including poorly done studies and high ...
I Can't Eat That. I'm Allergic. New York Times
St. Augustine Record - - 59 minutes ago
WebMD - - May 14, 2010
May 14, 2010 -- The effects of early child care may be more long-lasting than commonly believed, according to a new study. At age 15, teens who had high-quality child care in their early years performed better on academic and ...
SI.com - May 12, 2010
LeBron James' performance Tuesday night in Cleveland was one of the most puzzling things I've ever seen. Here it was, a crucial Game 5 against the Boston Celtics.
Motley Fool - - May 12, 2010
In the days before the First Amendment, when a guy wanted to get something off his chest but couldn't risk his own well-being saying anything too controversial, he wrote an anonymous letter and got it published.
David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog (blog) - - May 11, 2010
by Nichole Hungerford by Calvin Freiburger by Ben-Peter Terpstra by Nichole Hungerford by April Swindle by Michael van der Galien by Veronica Estrada by Veronica Estrada by Jenn Q. Public by David Swindle Last night NewsReal Blog's ...
New York Times - May 11, 2010
A recent slide show, "A Sampling of Chinglish," which accompanied a story by Andrew Jacobs, showed signs in Chinese paired with unusual and often funny English translations.
CNET - - May 12, 2010
An out-of-control satellite is drifting into the orbit of another satellite that transmits cable programming to the United States, the Associated Press is reporting.