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Is Saleh gone for good? -
President Saleh's visit to Riyadh ostensibly for medical treatment has fuelled speculations over his rule. Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh is in the Saudi capital Riyadh to ostensibly seek medical treatment for injuries sustained during an attack ...
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Ex-diplomat 'as good as they come'

Detroit Free Press -
Lawrence S. Eagleburger's exuberant style masked a hard-driving commitment to solving tangled foreign policy problems. / 2002 photo by ALEX WONG/Getty Images ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON -- Lawrence S. Eagleburger, the only career foreign service ...

Sarah Palin Reveals Fascinating New Account of Paul Revere's Midnight Ride

New York Magazine -
Many Americans think they have a solid understanding of the country's founding. No taxation without representation, tea party, Boston Massacre, George Washington, all that jazz.

Sudden death

Boston Globe -
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Overtime kicked off with just what the Bruins wanted: a faceoff win for Patrice Bergeron against Henrik Sedin.

Explosion at bus stand kills 6, wounds 15 in Pakistan

CNN International -
(CNN) -- Six people were killed and 15 were injured from an explosion at a bus stand the northern Pakistani village of Matni, a police official said.

Postseason NBA Schedule

News & Observer -
AP Charlotte Bobcats assistant coach Charles Oakley is on the mend, but he still doesn't know if he'll need back surgery, or whether he can return to coaching.

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Britain's Apaches will turn up the heat on Gaddafi -
The deployment of Apache attack helicopters is not mission creep, says Richard Dannatt - the simple truth is that the UN resolution cannot be fulfilled while Gaddafi remains in power.

Syrian protesters amass by Israel border ahead of Naksa Day rallies

Ha'aretz -
IDF on high alert ahead of a possible attempt by thousands of Palestinian refugees to storm the border of the Golan Heights on anniversary of the beginning of the Six-Day War.

Attack in Afghanistan kills NATO service member

Atlanta Journal Constitution -
AP KABUL, Afghanistan - NATO says an insurgent attack in southern Afghanistan killed a NATO trooper Sunday morning. US Gen. David Petraeus, commander of the NATO- led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and US troops in Afghanistan shows ...

Peru Presidential Vote Unpredictable After Polarized Campaign

San Francisco Chronicle -
June 5 (Bloomberg) -- Peruvians will elect today President Alan Garcia's successor after a polarizing campaign that pit the daughter of a jailed former president against a one-time army officer promising to assert control over the nation's mining ...

Dutch peacekeepers remember Mladic, the general who humiliated them -
Srebrenica was the worst humiliation in the recent history of the Dutch army, an experience which scarred the minds of hundreds of young soldiers who were there on UN peacekeeping duties.

Arizona wildfires threaten communities

Springfield News-Leader -
AP TUCSON, Ariz. -- Crews on Saturday worked to protect several small Arizona communities from two large wildfires by clearing away brush near homes and planning to set fires aimed at robbing the blazes of their fuel.

Callous Casey's bizarre coverup

New York Post -
When Tony Lazzaro asked new girlfriend Casey Anthony where her adorable, 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, was, he was told she was at the beach.

2012 Republican hopefuls court religious right -
But some at conference were concerned about focus on financial rather than social issues such as gay marriage and abortion. WASHINGTON • A gathering of religious conservatives drew nearly all the GOP presidential hopefuls to a single stage, ...

Dems gang up on Brown

Boston Herald -
Open season on Scott Brown officially kicked off yesterday with five of the six Democratic candidates seeking to reclaim the “people's seat” training their sights and barbs squarely on the freshman US senator during speeches at their ...

Romney reaffirms stance that global warming is real

Boston Globe -
Mitt Romney, at UNH yesterday, said if elected, he would pursue more oil drilling, as well as natural gas and nuclear energy. (Stephan Savoia/Associated Press) By Matt Viser MANCHESTER, NH - In the first town hall of his freshly announced presidential ...

Groupon Plans IPO With $30 Billion Valuation

New York Times -
Tim Boyle/Bloomberg NewsGroupon employees at its headquarters in Chicago. The company employs more than 7000 people and has 83 million subscribers across 43 countries.

AP reports pipeline operations can restart

The Associated Press reported today that regulators allowed a keystone oil pipeline to restart operations. This comes just a day after regulators blocked TransCanada-which owns the line-from restarting until repairs were made.

Hackers pilfer Sony data again

Detroit Free Press -
Security experts are questioning why basic fixes haven't been made to Sony's stricken cybersecurity program. / SHIZUO KAMBAYASHI/Associated Press BY RAPHAEL G. SATTER ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON -- Another massive data breach at Sony has left hackers ...

Apple Leaks New Automatic Updates for iOS Apps

PC Magazine -
Happy Apple rumor weekend! The week before WWDC is usually rife with speculation for the details behind the colorful logos and product teases that Apple's slapped on its huge print displays in San Francisco's Moscone Center.

Apple WWDC: What They're Saying

PC Magazine -
Apple uncharacteristically made an announcement about its upcoming iCloud service ahead of next week's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.

A kid with a camera: Director JJ Abrams was much like the young hero of 'Super 8'

New York Daily News -
BY Ethan Sacks One of JJ Abrams' first vivid memories is of his family's move from Manhasset, LI, to the entirely different world of Los Angeles - his courage at leaving everything he knew behind fortified by the elaborate Batcave model his baby-sitter ...

2010 MTV Movie Awards -- A Look Back -
With the 2011 MTV Movie Awards just hours away, let's take a look back at the best and worst from last year's red carpet. Please check your inbox ... your comment will not appear until you have confirmed your identity via email.

X-Men: First Class Review by iambosh

Comic Book Movie -
I was one of the few people that actually liked X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Although i have always thought that the X movies were more Wolverine movies.

The Royals Head to the Races

People Magazine -
Prince William and new bride Kate led the way in showing their support for his grandmother's horse at a prestigious race meeting Saturday.

Li makes history with championship

Boston Globe -
PARIS - Which woman had the weight of China on her shoulders? It was not easy to tell in yesterday's French Open final, not with Francesca Schiavone looking edgier and misfiring more often than Li Na.

Pujols powers Cardinals

Boston Globe -
AP / June 5, 2011 Next time Albert Pujols comes to the plate with a chance to win it, the Chicago Cubs might just take the bat out of his hands.

Spain shows US kids not ready for spotlight

Fox News -
It was supposed to be a tough tune-up ahead of an important tournament, but the US men's national team's friendly against Spain quickly devolved into a brutal beating that had to make you wonder just what the value of the friendly really was.

The Woodlands hangs on to win 5A softball title

USA Today -
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Faith Bohack's home run capped a five-run fourth inning and The Woodlands survived four errors in the final inning to beat Northside O'Connor 7-5 and win the Class 5A softball championship Saturday night.

After spinout, Busch turns things around to capture pole

Boston Globe -
Kurt Busch hasn't had good luck at Kansas - until now. (Todd Warshaw/Getty Images) By Luke Meredith Associated Press / June 5, 2011 KANSAS CITY, Kan.

Hormone-blockers lower cancer risk

Springfield News-Leader -
CHICAGO -- Millions of women at higher-than-usual risk of breast cancer have a new option for preventing the disease. Pfizer Inc.'s Aromasin cut the risk of developing breast cancer by more than half, without the side effects that have curbed ...

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