CNN International - 1 hour ago
(CNN) -- Brazilian and French rescue teams continued to search Tuesday for the passengers of an Air France jet that disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean as details of Flight 447 began to emerge.
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Reuters - 2 hours ago
By Chris Buckley BEIJING, June 2 (Reuters) - The top item on the Chinese website of Beijing's embassy in Pyongyang is a condemnation of North Korea's nuclear test.
China: UN Action Alone Won't Solve N Korea Problems -Kyodo Wall Street Journal
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By SABRINA TAVERNISE and IRFAN ASHRAF ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Dozens of students and teachers from a military college who were abducted by the Taliban in the mountains of western Pakistan were freed Tuesday morning, the Pakistani Army said.
Dozens Rescued in Taliban Kidnapping Washington Post
Pakistan army 'rescues students' BBC News
Voice of America - 4 hours ago
By Peter Clottey Egypt has stepped up security in the capital, Cairo ahead of US President Barack Obama's much anticipated visit.
Obama will try to form a personal connection in Middle East Los Angeles Times
Obama to address tough issues in speech to Muslims Reuters India
AFP - 33 minutes ago
JERUSALEM (AFP) - Israel tried to play down the latest blunt criticism from main ally Washington after US President Barack Obama vowed to adopt a more "honest" tone with the Jewish state.
Obama Talks of Being 'Honest' With Israel New York Times
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To some he was an unflinching hero, to others a remorseless villain. As a late-term abortion doctor, George Tiller knew he had chosen a dangerous career, one that made him a lightning rod.
Video: Kansas Residents React to Abortion Doc's Killing The Associated Press
Suspect had 'eye-for-eye' hatred for abortion doctors Philadelphia Inquirer
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
The Rev. Patrick Mahoney (center) of the Christian Defense Coalition condemned the shooting death of Dr. George Tiller at news conference yesterday in Washington, DC (Brendan Hoffman/ Getty Images) By Susan Milligan WASHINGTON - The slaying of a Kansas ...
Look for Sotomayor to Add Heat Wall Street Journal
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - Former Vice President Dick Cheney said yesterday that he supports gays being able to marry but that he thinks states, not the federal government, should make the decision.
Cheney supports same-sex marriage 'on a state-by-state basis' Los Angeles Times
CNNMoney.com - 40 minutes ago
You'll find some good deals on General Motors cars, but don't look for panic selling and rock bottom prices. By Peter Valdes-Dapena, cnnmoney.
Bloomberg - 4 hours ago
By Bradley Keoun and Eric Martin June 2 (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc., once the world's biggest bank by market value, was dropped from the Dow Jones Industrial Average because the stock may cease to reflect the industry once the US government becomes ...
Here's Why We Changed The Dow Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
By Wes Goodman June 2 (Bloomberg) -- Treasuries rose, sending yields on 10-year notes down from the highest in six months, as Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said in Beijing there will be demand for the record amount of debt the US is selling.
Geithner: China backs efforts to fight downturn The Associated Press
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
Microsoft, in a bid to court Nintendo Wii users while pushing the edge of gaming and entertainment, unveiled a new 3-D motion-capture camera Monday that encourages full-body interaction.
Project Natal from Microsoft promises to give the thumb the boot Los Angeles Times
Computerworld - 12 hours ago
ZDNet - 3 hours ago
OK, so the great and powerful GOOG probably didn't give a lot of thought to my model of electronically distributing textbooks for use on commodity netbooks when they announced their upcoming e-book initiative.
Move Over, Amazon? Google Aims to Sell e-Books BusinessWeek
Google Eyes Amazon, Prepares To Sell E-Book Access Wall Street Journal
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
By Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts Susan Boyle, despite her defeat on "Britain's Got Talent," continues to dominate the headlines.
Susan Boyle's star turn leads to hospital Los Angeles Times
MTV.com - 9 hours ago
Los Angeles Times - 7 hours ago
"It was a stunt!" That's what Kathy Griffin suspects of Eminem stomping out of the MTV Movie Awards after getting ambushed by Sacha Baron Cohen as the effusively gay blade Bruno.
MTV Movie Awards: Eminem-Bruno run-in best MTV moment since Britney? Entertainment Weekly
MTV Movie Awards ratings rise Hollywood Reporter
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
By Kevin Paul Dupont It's hard not to be in awe of the Detroit Red Wings, even if they haven't played their best in these Stanley Cup finals.
Shut-out Crosby out of sight San Francisco Chronicle
It's time for Penguins' Malkin and Crosby to fire up Detroit Free Press
Boston Herald - 16 minutes ago
By Pete Caldera / The Record (Hackensack NJ) CLEVELAND - Joba Chamberlain was back to pitching the eighth inning on Monday night, but he was his own setup man against the Cleveland Indians.
Yankees scoop errorless mark Boston Globe
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San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
The state's first two deaths from swine flu - reported by public health officials Monday - are not necessarily evidence that the new virus is particularly dangerous, but it's proving to be much more active than seasonal influenza, infectious disease ...
California confirms two swine flu deaths Bizjournals.com
New York Times - 5 hours ago
By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and ROBERT PEAR WASHINGTON - President Obama will meet with influential Senate Democrats on Tuesday to discuss overhauling health care, as the White House releases a report asserting that revamping the system would increase the ...
Liberal groups bolster Obama healthcare plans Boston Globe
Economic Advisers Extol Benefits of Cutting Health-Care Spending Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - 8 hours ago
Nationwide research finds that citalopram is no more effective than a placebo and that its side effects are twice as bad. About a third of autistic kids take the drug, known as Celexa in the US By Karen Kaplan An antidepressant commonly prescribed to ...
Common Autism Medication Is Ineffective For Repetitive Behaviors ... Science Daily (press release)
Dallas Morning News - 1 hour ago
AUSTIN - The Legislature's 2009 session ended in a bitter meltdown late Monday as the Senate refused to vote on whether to keep two major state agencies alive, setting up the possibility of a special session within months to revive the transportation ...
Texas Legislature adjourns after meltdown in Senate; special ... Fort Worth Star Telegram
Legislature adjourns with work unfinished Houston Chronicle
Detroit Free Press - 47 minutes ago
BY AMBER HUNT • FREE PRESS STAFF WRITERS • June 2, 2009 Violent crime in Detroit dropped more than 11% in 2008, surpassing a nationwide average 2.5% dip among large cities, based on data released Monday by the FBI.
Cities across California saw declines in crime in '08, FBI stats show Los Angeles Times
Murders down, but property crimes up Atlanta Journal Constitution
San Francisco Chronicle - 52 minutes ago
California is paying out so much for jobless benefits and collecting so little in payroll taxes that its unemployment insurance fund could be $17.8 billion in debt by the end of 2010, according to a new report from the state Employment Development ...
California lawmakers hear pleas not to further slash education Los Angeles Times
Schwarzenegger to plead for massive spending cuts Central Valley Business Times