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Shortly after 10pm on Thursday night, the lights went out in Downing Street. Outside all hell was breaking loose as the broadcasters fired up their cameras and launched into breathless accounts of James Purnell's surprise resignation.
Brown waits on reshuffle response BBC News
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Rebecca Blackwell / AP A French aircraft returns to a military air base in Dakar, Senegal, after hunting for signs of the Air France plane crash in the Atlantic.
Video: Debris Doesn't Match; Flight 447 Mystery Deepens The Associated Press
Ocean Debris Is Not From Air France Flight 447 Washington Post
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HERMOSILLA, Mexico, June 6 (UPI) -- A fire that began in a tire storage facility and spread to a daycare center in northern Mexico killed at least 29 children Friday, officials said.
29 children killed in fire at day care in Mexico The Associated Press
Fire at day care kills 29 in Mexico Philadelphia Inquirer
Reuters - 8 hours ago
By Adam Entous JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A day after President Barack Obama told Israel its key ally would no longer tolerate building settlements in the West Bank, the European Union was considering using its trade clout to bolster US pressure, ...
Obama Seeks 'New Beginning' for US, Muslims Voice of America
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Gerald Herbert / AP President Obama tours the onetime Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald, Germany, with a former prisoner there, Elie Wiesel, second from left, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Obama to visit D-Day site in France on 65th anniversary Centre Daily Times
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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Judge Sonia Sotomayor has spoken for years about how her experiences as a Latina woman have influenced her public and private life.
Sotomayor Faulted Over Missing Memo Wall Street Journal
Too early to rule out Sotomayor filibuster The Associated Press
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Philip Mudd, a counterterrorism official, pulled his name from consideration for a job at the Department of Homeland Security. (By Susan Walsh -- Associated Press) Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments or ...
Nominee Declines Position Over Interrogation Programs New York Times
Nominee for Homeland Security intelligence chief withdraws Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - 7 hours ago
Nick Ut / AP Firefighters leave court, where victims' relatives addressed Raymond Lee Oyler. One mother said, "Not only have you destroyed my family, but you destroyed your own family.
Calif. man gets death sentence in 5 arson murders The Associated Press
Arsonist gets death sentence Kansas City Star
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
DETROIT (AP) - More foreign car brands could find their way into American garages under a plan by auto racing magnate Roger Penske's dealership group to snap up Saturn from the ruins of General Motors Corp.
Penske to Buy Saturn from GM BusinessWeek
Bloomberg - 4 hours ago
By Shobhana Chandra June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Employers eliminated the fewest jobs in eight months in May, strengthening signs that the recession is easing, while a drop in wage growth offered a warning the recovery may be muted.
Hints of Hope Even as Jobless Rate Jumps to 9.4% New York Times
Jobs Report Is an Upside Surprise BusinessWeek
New York Times - 7 hours ago
By STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - The bad times have been good for Wal-Mart Stores, and on Friday, the retailer's new chief executive said he expected sales to continue to be strong, even after the economy rebounds.
Wal-Mart celebrates its growing market share CNNMoney.com
BetaNews - 2 hours ago
Here's what we learned about the Palm Pre during Sprint's special event for VIP customers. By Nate Mook | Published June 6, 2009, 1:50 AM Although the early reviews were out Thursday, we still learned a few things during Sprint's special invite-only ...
Will iPhone get its bell rung by Pre? Los Angeles Times
PC World - 11 hours ago
As we are in the final run-up to the 2009 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), it is again time to take a look at what IT managers and developers can expect from next week's event.
Apple's next iPhone crop must fight off more pests The Associated Press
CNET News - 8 hours ago
by Tom Krazit People are searching with Microsoft's Bing, but perhaps not as much as one company thinks. Microsoft's new Bing search engine has received positive reviews in its first week on the planet, but did that early buzz translate into traffic?
Bing's Big Week Reuters
Washington Post - 45 minutes ago
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Mystery continued to shroud the death of actor David Carradine on Saturday, with rumor and speculation rife about how the star of 1970s-era US television show "Kung Fu" met his demise.
Carradine's family wants FBI to investigate death The Associated Press
Carradine's TV cameo to go on Chicago Tribune
Los Angeles Times - 10 hours ago
The familiar prehistoric landscape is back as are the characters from the '70s TV series. But it struggles to keep adults and kids entertained.
'Land of the Lost' is frenzied, but funny Atlanta Journal Constitution
A 'Land' Where Most Jokes Go to Waste Washington Post
Reuters - 7 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Movie studio Universal Pictures on Friday responded to a lawsuit filed earlier this week against its parent company and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen calling it "frivolous" and saying its claims were "baseless.
Studio Says 'Bruno' Suit Is 'Completely Baseless' New York Times
Atty: `Life-altering injuries' in `Bruno' case The Associated Press
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Kobe Bryant's unusual display of emotion during the NBA playoffs are the result of a burning desire to win the championship and not triggered by a hidden agenda, the All-Star guard said on Friday.
Turkoglu enjoying magical turnaround Denver Post
3-Dot Lounge: It's not Magic: Kobe can be shut down San Francisco Chronicle
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
By Fluto Shinzawa PITTSBURGH - For approximately 90 seconds of rub-it-in action at the end of Thursday's Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals, the Penguins, on the power play with Niklas Kronwall in the penalty box, enjoyed a game of keepaway in their zone ...
Red Wings know the best is yet to come Detroit Free Press
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By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS New York City's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has confirmed an eighth death linked to swine flu, the first of a person older than 65, officials said Friday.
US Response to Swine Flu Called Good U.S. News & World Report
BusinessWeek - 39 minutes ago
The President makes clear that as Congress works through health care reform legislation, it must include fundamental changes that lower costs, ensure Americans have choices, and establish access to quality, affordable health care for all Americans.
Using Value to Curb Health Costs Washington Post
Health care reform a top need Elmira Star-Gazette
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
The firm said Avandia was found not to raise heart-related hospitalizations. Others cited flaws in the study's design. By Miriam Hill GlaxoSmithKline PLC's diabetes drug Avandia does not increase the risk of heart-related hospitalizations and deaths, ...
Some Doctors Question Safety Study on Glaxo's Avandia Wall Street Journal
BBC News - 1 hour ago
Two detained aides to radical cleric Sufi Mohammad have been killed during a militant ambush in Pakistan's Swat valley, the country's military says.
Ambush kills aides to pro-Taliban Pakistani cleric The Associated Press
Voice of America - 13 hours ago
By Julia Ritchey On June 4, 1989 Chinese tanks rolled into the center of Beijing, crushing the country's pro-democracy movement and killing scores of protesters.
How Tiananmen shook Europe BBC News
Telegraph.co.uk - 28 minutes ago
As America's first black president attends D-Day commemmorations in Normandy, the Second World War's forgotten African-American soldiers say they enjoyed more freedom in Britain in the 1940s than in the segregated United States.
Charles and PM at D-Day service BBC News
Horrors of war vivid for D-Day heroes CNN International