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Reuters - 2 hours ago
By Frank Prenesti LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown faced a new test of his leadership in European and local elections on Thursday, and rebels in his ruling party were reported to be campaigning for him to quit.
Options for Labour and Gordon Brown guardian.co.uk
Voice of America - 2 hours ago
By Brian Wagner The Organization of American States (OAS) has agreed to reverse a 1962 decision suspending Cuba's Communist government from the regional group.
OAS lifts ban on Cuba after 47 years The Associated Press
Christian Science Monitor - 2 hours ago
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad faced off against one of his three opponents, Mir Hossein Mousavi, Wednesday night in the second of six debates leading up to June 12 elections.
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New York Daily News - 2 hours ago
BY Richard Sisk First lady Nancy Reagan wipes away a tear after the unveiling of a statue of former President Ronald Reagan, with House Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Reagan returns to Washington, DC, in bronze Los Angeles Times
Reagan's larger-than-life statue unveiled at Capitol Rotunda Kansas City Star
Newsday - 1 hour ago
ALBANY - Conservative Democratic state Sen. Ruben Diaz Sr. said yesterday that supporters of a same-sex marriage bill should step up and say so if they aren't "ashamed," or the bill's sponsor should "shut up.
Quotes from New Hampshire's gay marriage debate Chicago Tribune
Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
In a letter to Sens. Kennedy and Baucus, he stands by plans for a government alternative to private coverage. Major healthcare bills are expected in the next several weeks.
Obama outlines health care plan for all The Associated Press
Obama Open to Plan Requiring Everyone to Get Insurance New York Times
Washington Post - 34 minutes ago
At right, Sen. John Rockefeller (DW.Va.) talks with Chrysler President Jim Press before a hearing on GM and Chrysler dealership closures.
Resistance To GM Chapter 11 Plans Taking Shape Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg - 6 hours ago
By Lynn Thomasson June 3 (Bloomberg) -- US stocks fell for the first time in five days, extending a global drop, as a report showed the nation lost more jobs than forecast, commodities slid and the Standard & Poor's 500 Index traded at the most ...
US Stocks Broadly Lower As Commodities Cos Decline Wall Street Journal
Meltdown 101: Why the S&P 500 index is important The Associated Press
New York Times - 45 minutes ago
By MIGUEL HELFT SAN FRANCISCO - Silicon Valley was abuzz Wednesday with news that the Justice Department had begun an antitrust investigation into the hiring practices of some of the best-known companies in the technology and biotech industry, ...
CNET News - 38 minutes ago
The Associated Press - 43 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) - This year's Electronic Entertainment Expo has been quite the moving experience. During presentations at the video game industry trade show, both Microsoft and Sony debuted prototype motion-control devices for the Xbox 360 and ...
Has Sony Come Up With A Wii-Killer? ChannelWeb
Future Controller Wars: Natal vs PS3 PC World
ChannelWeb - 1 hour ago
Microsoft's new Bing search engine touts cool video features, a sleek streamlined interface, and stronger, more refined search results.
Microsoft fixes Bing bug Computerworld
Microsoft Bing search engine launches mobile version BusinessWeek
MTV.com - 3 hours ago
'I'm thrilled that we pulled this off better than we rehearsed it,' Eminem says. By Jem Aswad Eminem spoke with RapRadar.
Sacha Baron Cohen: Has he gone too far? (Is that even possible?) Entertainment Weekly
Reuters - 1 hour ago
By Jui Chakravorty Das NEW YORK (Reuters) - US President Barack Obama is the first sitting head of state to make the Forbes Celebrity 100 Power List, with his many magazine covers and best-selling books blurring the line between politics and celebrity.
Angelina Jolie tops Forbes' 'Celebrity 100' power list Entertainment Weekly
People Magazine - 4 hours ago
By Jessica Herndon He's known for his role as Miley Cyrus's bud Oliver Oken on Hannah Montana. But Mitchel Musso is more than just a cute-faced scene-stealer.
Miley Cyrus takes on scalpers Minneapolis Star Tribune
New York Times - 27 minutes ago
By JONATHAN ABRAMS LOS ANGELES - The Orlando Magic's season has stretched long enough so that the supposed season-ending injury to their All-Star point guard Jameer Nelson may not have ended his season after all.
Stars Light Opposite Paths Washington Post
MLB.com - 33 minutes ago
The Braves' decision to part ways with a man whose history with the team stretches back over two decades will probably not be a particularly popular move.
News of Glavine's release stuns fans Atlanta Journal Constitution
Atlanta Braves cut Tom Glavine in surprise move Chicago Tribune
USA Today - 8 minutes ago
Bizjournals.com - 4 hours ago
While fear of the swine flu has died down because health officials say the H1N1 virus appears to be producing the same symptoms as seasonal flu, the number of cases continues to rise in Arizona.
Xinhua - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON, June 3 (Xinhua) -- The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday announced the approval of Palladia (toceranib phosphate), the first drug developed specifically for the treatment of cancer in dogs.
FDA Is Urged to Halt Review of Lilly Drug Wall Street Journal
New Drug Fights Cancer in Dogs U.S. News & World Report
Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
Scoops of macaroni and cheese, deep-fried, topped with more cheese and sitting in plate of marinara sauce. Little bacon-cheeseburgers tucked inside quesadillas.
Fatty Foods Get Xtreme Eating Awards MyFox Spokane
CNN International - 23 minutes ago
By Ted Barrett and Dana Bash WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Supporters of Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor Wednesday circulated a speech she made in 1994 that includes similar remarks to her 2001 "wise Latina" comments, which have drawn fire from ...
Sotomayor's Talk Made No Waves in '01 Wall Street Journal
First lady Michelle Obama joins push for Sotomayor The Associated Press
San Jose Mercury News - 38 minutes ago
AP FONTANA, Calif.—A woman has been killed by lightning in San Bernardino County, hours after another person in the county was crushed by a wind-fallen tree during heavy thunderstorms.
Traffic fatalities attributed to storm Inland Empire News
New York Times - 31 minutes ago
By ERIC LICHTBLAU WASHINGTON - A federal judge on Wednesday threw out more than three dozen lawsuits claiming that the nation's major telecommunications companies had illegally assisted in the wiretapping without warrants program approved by President ...
Federal judge tosses warrantless wiretap cases The Associated Press