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Voice of America - 31 minutes ago
By VOA News North Korea says it has successfully conducted an underground nuclear test, defying international warnings and raising concerns over its nuclear weapons program.
North Korea Statement on Nuclear Test Wall Street Journal
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - Moderate Republicans to conservative Republicans: Turn down the volume - especially on Rush Limbaugh - and open your minds.
Powell urges Republicans to broaden their appeal Washington Post
The Associated Press - 40 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama sought to dodge racial controversy on Memorial Day, sending wreaths to a monument for Confederate soldiers and other flowers to a memorial honoring more than 200000 African-Americans who fought for the Union ...
Memorial Day a time of reflection Cherry Hill Courier Post
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Reuters - 42 minutes ago
By Ranga Sirilal COLOMBO, May 25 (Reuters) - The Tamil Tigers have for the first time acknowledged the death of their founder and leader Vellupillai Prabhakaran, whose body the Sri Lankan military displayed as proof it had won a quarter-century civil ...
Tamil Rebels Confirm Leader's Death New York Times
Tamil rebels acknowledge leader is dead CNN International
Reuters India - 42 minutes ago
TEHRAN (Reuters) - India can still join a natural gas deal between Iran and Pakistan, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Monday, a day after officials said Tehran and Islamabad signed an agreement on the exports of Iranian gas.
Iran Hosts Regional Summit Meeting New York Times
The Associated Press - 9 minutes ago
VIENNA (AP) - A group of Sikh men armed with knives and a handgun attacked a temple in Vienna, touching off a brawl with worshippers that left one preacher dead and 15 others wounded, police said Monday.
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Philadelphia Inquirer - 39 minutes ago
Amanda Jo Stott-Smith was picked up after her children were found in a river. Her daughter is expected to live. PORTLAND, Ore. - An Oregon mother has been arrested in the drowning of her 4-year-old son after the boy and his 7-year-old sister ended up ...
Video: Oregon Mom Charged With Son's River Death The Associated Press
Ore. girl who survived bridge fall improving The Associated Press
The Associated Press - 31 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - Empathy isn't part of the job description for a Supreme Court justice, a top Republican says. As President Barack Obama prepares to name his pick for the high court, the Senate's No.
Washington Post - 6 hours ago
Bloomberg - 37 minutes ago
By Harichandan Arakali May 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bharti Airtel Ltd., India's largest mobile-phone operator, is in talks to buy 49 percent of South Africa's MTN Group Ltd.
MTN Says It Is In Talks Regarding Tie-Up With Bharti Airtel Wall Street Journal
Reuters - 12 hours ago
By Gerard Wynn COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A draft US climate bill did not go far enough to cut greenhouse gases, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told Reuters on Sunday, three days after the plan won a key Congressional panel vote.
PREVIEW, UPDATE 1-US aims to mend rich-poor climate split Alibaba News Channel
Bloomberg - 3 hours ago
By Mayumi Otsuma May 25 (Bloomberg) -- Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa said the economy is likely to experience a “mild recovery” as exports and production improve, though the outlook remains fraught with “considerable uncertainties.
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Washington Post - 6 hours ago
AP EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif., May 24 -- The space shuttle Atlantis brought its crew of seven astronauts safely back to Earth on Sunday, ending a 13-day mission to repair and enhance the Hubble Space Telescope.
How Stuff Works: The Hubble Space Telescope The Southern
ZDNet - 7 hours ago
So, it looks like manned spaceflight may yet have a future at NASA, with the selection this weekend of former astronaut Charlie Bolden to head the troubled agency.
Obama's NASA selection is a boost for manned spaceflight Los Angeles Times
Obama Picks Shuttle Veteran To Be First Black NASA Chief Washington Post
Reuters - 1 hour ago
May 25 (Reuters) - Cartier International NV said it would withdraw a lawsuit against Apple Inc (AAPL.O) that alleged two applications for the iPhone infringed on the trademark for the luxury brand's Tank watches, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Los Angeles Times - 4 hours ago
Other top prizes are dominated by the French, including the grand prize, awarded to Jacques Audiard's 'A Prophet.' The US-made 'Inglourious Basterds' manages an acting prize for Christoph Waltz.
Violence Reaps Rewards at Cannes Festival New York Times
'White Ribbon' honored with top award at Cannes festival Chicago Tribune
The Associated Press - 2 hours ago
LONDON (AP) - Surprise singing sensation Susan Boyle made a new television appearance, showcasing once again her soaring voice - but refusing to compromise on the frumpy look that made her an Internet sensation.
Payoff Over a Web Sensation Is Elusive New York Times
New York Times - 10 hours ago
By EDWARD WYATT LOS ANGELES - The confetti had not yet stopped falling in the Nokia Theater here on Wednesday night when the conspiracy theories began to emerge: The producers of “American Idol” wanted Kris Allen to win.
Finalist Scott MacIntyre rails against 'Idol' for cutting his ... Entertainment Weekly
Kris Allen -- Name That Thong TMZ.com
SI.com - 1 hour ago
AP ORLANDO -- This game was as much of a breakthrough for Dwight Howard as the other night had been for lebron James, and the contrast says everything about their styles.
Howard's free-throw shooting lifts Magic in Game 3 FOXSports.com
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
(05-25) 04:00 PDT Seattle -- The screaming headline from the Giants' 1-5 trip to San Diego and Seattle was a comatose offense that general manager Brian Sabean now hopes to enhance, but the 5-4 loss to the Mariners that completed it Sunday was all on ...
Seattle 5, San Francisco 4 USA Today
New York Times - 5 hours ago
By DAVE CALDWELL INDIANAPOLIS - Wearing a red cap and a wreath of flowers, Helio Castroneves perched atop his car in victory lane late Sunday afternoon and, for the first time in seven years, took a jubilant swig from the bottle of milk that is handed ...
Emotional Castroneves wins his third Indianapolis 500 Kansas City Star
Cars have trouble getting through IMS' turn one side-by-side Indianapolis Star
The Associated Press - 2 hours ago
NEW YORK (AP) - A woman died over the weekend of swine flu, becoming the city's second victim and the nation's 11th. The woman, who was in her 50s, had other health conditions, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene spokeswoman Jessica Scaperotti said ...
2nd Death in New York City Linked to Swine Flu New York Times
Xinhua - 22 hours ago
CANBERRA, May 24 (Xinhua) -- Australia's Victorian state Health Minister Daniel Andrews said on Sunday a second school in the state was set to close this week after two more people were diagnosed with A/H1N1 flu in the state.
CDC: Special vaccine expected soon Quad City Times
Xinhua - 25 minutes ago
BEIJING, May 25 (Xinhuanet) -- Eighteen US soldiers infected with A/H1N1 virus left a military base in Kuwait Sunday after necessary treatment.
Kuwait: 18 swine flu infected US troops have left The Associated Press
Reuters India - 16 minutes ago
By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Lee Myung-bak faces a crisis this week on how to soothe political rancour that may threaten economic reforms, which spilled out on Monday after the suicide of his predecessor Roh Moo-hyun.
Tens of Thousands Mourn Ex-President Washington Post
N. Korean Leader Sends His Condolences After Suicide New York Times
BBC News - 46 minutes ago
Veteran Nepalese communist leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has been sworn in as the country's new prime minister. President Ram Baran Yadav administered the oath of office to Mr Nepal at the president's office in Kathmandu.
New Nepalese prime minister sworn in Monsters and Critics.com
Telegraph.co.uk - 1 hour ago
Royal chauffeur Brian Sirjusingh has been suspended after he allegedly allowed undercover reporters posing as Middle Eastern businessmen into the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
Royal security breaches BBC News