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Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
First Hispanic justice: An article in the May 31 Section A about Sonia Sotomayor and former Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo incorrectly used, in the headline and the first three paragraphs, the term Latino.
Video: Sessions: Time Needed to Study Sotomayor The Associated Press
BBC News - 1 hour ago
By Gary Duffy The recovery of the first bodies and debris following the disappearance of the Air France flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris has undoubtedly evoked varying reactions.
Video: Brazil: Bodies, Bag From Doomed Air France Jet The Associated Press
Xinhua - 2 hours ago
PARIS, June 6 (Xinhua) -- World leaders gathered in the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer in northern France on Saturday to commemorate the 65th anniversary of D-Day landing that broke Nazi Germany's grip on France and ...
Video: Obama to Iran: Don't Develop Nukes The Associated Press
Obama: A 'sheer improbability' Belleville News Democrat
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Washington Post - 4 hours ago
The historic significance of President Obama's speech to the Muslim world in Cairo cannot be overstated. Never before has an American president spoken to the global Muslim community.
Obama speech to Muslims "deceptive", Taliban says Reuters India
BBC News - 6 hours ago
Key Labour figures continue to rally round Gordon Brown as talk of a fresh leadership challenge persists ahead of European election results out later.
CNN - 1 hour ago
BEIRUT, Lebanon (CNN) -- Lebanese voters were heading to the polls on Sunday with their main choices to lead the next government a Hezbollah-backed alliance or a US-backed coalition.
Lebanon vote pits Hezbollah vs. pro-West camp The Associated Press
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Los Angeles Times - 4 hours ago
The Secret Service says Daniel James Murray told bank tellers in Utah that he was on a mission against the president. He is arrested without incident in Nevada.
Secret Service: Arrested man is accused of threatening to kill ... CNN International
Man accused of threatening president is caught Salt Lake Tribune
Philadelphia Inquirer - 1 hour ago
By Thomas Fitzgerald PITTSBURGH - Sen. Arlen Specter said yesterday that he was "pleased and proud" to return to his roots as a Democrat, invoking FDR and JFK as inspirations during a speech to the leaders of the state party.
Specter `pleased and proud' to be a Pa. Democrat The Associated Press
Will the left netroots get their way in Pennsylvania? Kansas City Star
The Associated Press - 6 hours ago
CINCINNATI (AP) - Describing herself as the "new face of Judaism," Alysa Stanton became the first black female rabbi in the country during an ordination in Cincinnati.
National briefs: First black female rabbi is ordained Fort Worth Star Telegram
Religion Journal Spiritual Journey Leads to a Historic First New York Times
Wall Street Journal - 3 hours ago
By Mark H. Anderson OF Dow Jones Newswires WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--A group of Indiana pension funds opposed to Chrysler LLC's sale to Fiat SpA (FIATY) on Saturday filed an emergency appeal with the US Supreme Court to stay the sale while they continue ...
New York Times - Jun 5, 2009
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
Wal-Mart Vows to Promote Women BusinessWeek
Bloomberg - 16 hours ago
By Susanne Walker June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Treasuries tumbled, driving two-year yields to an eight-month high, as traders speculated the Federal Reserve may boost interest rates later this year after a report showed the US lost fewer jobs than expected in ...
Deflation and Inflation? Newsweek
Fed to Hire Lobbyist as Overhaul Push Looms Wall Street Journal
Apple Insider - 2 hours ago
By Aidan Malley Dismantling a Palm Pre piece by piece has revealed it to be very efficiently designed; so much so that, at points, it appears better put together than the Apple iPhone many see as its role model.
Palm Pre's big day CNET News
InformationWeek - 21 hours ago
Look for Apple to unveil iPhone 3.0 as well as its next-generation Macintosh operating system, Snow Leopard. By Mitch Wagner Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on June 8 in San Francisco, has traditionally been the site of the Mac ...
DailyTech - 4 hours ago
It appears reports that Microsoft "binged" Yahoo with its new search engine were mistaken. Three out of four major market research firms say that Yahoo still leads significantly in traffic.
Bing not enough to bump you off Google Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Reuters - 7 hours ago
By Ploy Chitsomboon and Bob Tourtellotte BANGKOK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The family of actor David Carradine has asked US authorities to help unravel the mystery of his death, amid conflicting reports about how his body was found hanging naked in a ...
Video: Carradine's Family Wants FBI to Probe Death The Associated Press
Carradine kin hires expert to examine actor's body The Associated Press
TMZ.com - 2 hours ago
Heidi Pratt was tortured by NBC to the point she was "convulsively throwing up" -- that's what some people on the set of "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" are telling TMZ. We've learned Heidi was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with a ...
Los Angeles Times - 11 hours ago
The 'Sopranos' costar moves from the mob to medicine in the dark and sometimes droll Showtime series. By Matea Gold Reporting from New York -- The premise of "Nurse Jackie," an original series on Showtime that premieres Monday, sounds inherently dark: ...
Edie Falco, talented and humble star of 'Nurse Jackie,' we salute you! Entertainment Weekly
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
By Nick Cafardo Over his last two starts, we have witnessed flashes of Roger Clemens and Pedro Martínez and vintage Josh Beckett all rolled into one entertaining package.
On The Fly: Lester Flirts With Another No-No Hartford Courant
Lester likes Texas toast Boston Herald
Washington Post - 5 minutes ago
DETROIT (Reuters) - The Detroit Red Wings exploded for four second period goals to set up a crushing 5-0 Game Five victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday and move within one more win of a successful Stanley Cup defense.
Pittsburgh columnist: If that was tired, how would Wings look rested? Detroit Free Press
Red Wings shift into driver's seat Boston Globe
New York Times - 4 hours ago
By BILL FINLEY A year ago, Kent Desormeaux left Belmont Park feeling as low as he ever had. He had ridden Big Brown, a horse he thought could not possibly lose in the Belmont Stakes.
Summer Bird's win another Belmont surprise FOXSports.com
Bird wins — but not the one you think The Desert Sun
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
Stepping up his push to reform the nation's health-care system, President Obama yesterday warned of the impact of spiraling costs to the nation's finances.
Video: Obama: 'Time to Deliver' on Health Care The Associated Press
State Coverage Model No Help for Uneasy Insurance Industry New York Times
Wall Street Journal - Jun 6, 2009
Philippine officials have postponed the start of college classes on concerns over the rising number of swine flu cases in the country, as several nations reported more incidences of the H1N1 virus.
City Reports Eighth Death Connected With Swine Flu New York Times
Swine flu case in County Durham BBC News
Washington Post - 8 hours ago
By Ceci Connolly Three months after he was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) vowed in an emotional Democratic National Convention address last summer that health reform would be "the cause of my life.
Sweeping Health Plan Is Drafted by Kennedy New York Times
Telegraph.co.uk - 22 minutes ago
For three decades, an upper-middle class couple allegedly spied on America for Cuba, using the unlikeliest of tools to communicate with their handlers: supermarket trolleys.
Disdain for US Policies May Have Led to Alleged Spying for Cuba Washington Post
Reuters - 1 hour ago
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea has outlined a plan to counter a possible missile attack by North Korea, including airstrikes on a missile base, Seoul's Yonhap News reported on Sunday citing military sources.
Obama Is Taking 'Hard Look" At How to Handle N. Korea Wall Street Journal
Obama hardens US stance on North Korean defiance The Associated Press
BBC News - 1 hour ago