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WASHINGTON - The Coast Guard commander in charge of the federal response to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico warned on Sunday that even if the flow of crude was stopped by summer, it could take well into autumn ...
The Associated Press - - 23 minutes ago
MILLBURY, Ohio - A tornado unleashed a "war zone" of destruction in northwest Ohio, destroying dozens of homes and an emergency services building as a line of storms killed at least seven people and briefly threatened the Northeast on Sunday.
Video: Raw Video: Michigan Homes Flattened The Associated Press
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The Israeli government has been forced to apologise for circulating a spoof video mocking activists aboard the Gaza flotilla, nine of who were shot dead by Israeli forces last week.
Kyodo News - 44 minutes ago
Prime Minister-elect Naoto Kan stands in contrast with his predecessors as Democratic Party of Japan president as he receives limited corporate donations and owns relatively few assets, according to financial reports.
Japan Leader Affirms Ties With US Wall Street Journal
Kan's Policies Will Boost Japan Stocks, Analysts Say BusinessWeek
The News International - 1 hour ago
By our correspondent THATTA/HYDERABAD: The dreaded cyclone Phet, sparing Karachi and its suburbs, made landfall at coastal areas of Badin and Thatta on Sunday night, inundating large swathes of low-lying terriroties.
Video: Karachiites reach the beach to greet Cyclone Phet! Express Tribune
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Washington Times - - 1 hour ago
A television crew does a live broadcast outside the home of Mohamed Mahmood Alessa, who was arrested at JFK airport as he tried to board a plane bound for Egypt, Sunday, June 6, 2010 in North Bergen, NJ Teams of state and federal law enforcement agents ...
Video: 2 NJ Men Arrested at JFK on Terrorism Charges The Associated Press
Two NJ men arrested at JFK on terrorism charges Los Angeles Times
BusinessWeek - - 31 minutes ago
June 7 (Bloomberg) -- Parachuting into high office is nothing new for wealthy men: former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine made millions at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., ex- presidential contender John Edwards got his fortune chasing ambulances, ...
Whitman breezes into Sacramento Los Angeles Times (blog)
California Republican gubernatorial race Washington Post
Wall Street Journal - - 47 minutes ago
The raucous and costly Republican primary races in California and Nevada, like those in other states, attest to the tea-party movement's rising influence.
In Calif., tea party starts looking past elections San Jose Mercury News
GOP worries about 'tea party' candidates' broad appeal Los Angeles Times
Wall Street Journal - - 17 minutes ago
SINGAPORE -- Asian stock markets were sharply lower Monday on heightened risk aversion after Wall Street slumped on Friday, while the euro hit multi-year lows against the US dollar and the Japanese yen.
New York Times - - 34 minutes ago
Ma Zishan and Ma Liqun, the father and sister of a Foxconn worker who killed himself in January, after being demoted. “The factory was always abusing my brother,” Ms.
BusinessWeek - - 22 minutes ago
June 7 (Bloomberg) -- A Pennsylvania natural gas well “blowout” last week helped drive prices to a 14-week high on concern that tighter restrictions on offshore drilling following BP Plc's Gulf of Mexico spill will ...
Fortune - - 1 hour ago
In sheer numbers -- and security measures -- Apple's WWDC 2010 can't compete with "Israel in the Gardens," the annual festival for Bay Area Jews that stationed metal-detecting guards at every entrance of San Francisco's lovely Yerba Buena Gardens ...
Apple's Steve Jobs talks about what he does and doesn't know about the tablet PC Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 3 hours ago
Yahoo Inc. will soon roll out new ways to view content from Facebook Inc. across its websites, according to people briefed on the matter, as it aims to prevent Yahoo users from defecting to the social network.
PC World - 22 minutes ago
I toured six 4G cities in the Northwest, measuring connection speeds on the first 4G phone available in the United States. Here's what I found.
HTC Gives Apple Run for Money Wall Street Journal
Sprint EVO tries to one-up the new iPhone Austin American-Statesman
MTV.com - - 24 minutes ago
Hello and welcome to all! The 2010 MTV Movie Awards are here, and I'll be guiding you through the show with ongoing commentary and observations as it all unfolds.
Stars arrive at MTV Movie Awards near Los Angeles The Associated Press
ABC News - 5 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Sandra Bullock made her first public appearance since revelations of her husband's extramarital affairs, taking the stage at a Hollywood awards show on Saturday night and comparing her recent life to an "explosion.
MiamiHerald.com - - 41 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES -- It didn't feel like summer inside movie theaters this weekend. Though Hollywood offered a quartet of new movies, none caught heat with the public, leading to the smallest total grosses on a weekend in May, June or July - the ...
Los Angeles Times - - 5 hours ago
Sweden's Robin Soderling succumbs to a majestic performance by the second-seeded Spaniard, who prevails for the fifth time in six years and earns his seventh Grand Slam title.
Nadal roars back to King of Clay throne FOXSports.com
Nadal worried injuries would sink career National Post
USA Today - - 12 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES - Ray Allen tied the NBA finals record with seven 3-pointers and scored 27 points, leading the Boston Celtics to a 54-48 lead over the Los Angeles Lakers at halftime of Game 2 of the NBA finals on ...
Live action from Game 2 of the NBA finals The Associated Press
Allen hits seven from beyond arc, gives Celtics lead at half Fort Worth Star Telegram
The Associated Press - - 13 minutes ago
Like Harry Carry would say in Chicago, "Holy Cow!" The third goal of the second was scored not even 5 minutes into the period.
Blackhawks take 3-0 lead over Flyers after one period Chicago Sun-Times
First goal good omen for Hawks NHL.com
Los Angeles Times - - 18 minutes ago
In a study of 1873 women with untreated ovarian cancer, Avastin extended progression-free survival by 39% compared with standard chemotherapy alone.
Advances Come in War on Cancer Wall Street Journal
Longer-Term Use of Drug May Fight Ovarian Cancer New York Times
Medscape - - 52 minutes ago
June 6, 2010 (Chicago, Illinois) - An experimental therapy for advanced melanoma has been shown to improve overall survival in patients, and is "on the road" to becoming the "new standard of care," said one of its investigators here at the American ...
Bristol Drug Extends Survival In Skin-Cancer Trial Wall Street Journal
U.S. News & World Report - - 5 hours ago
SUNDAY, June 6 (HealthDay News) -- A new chemotherapy drug made from a sea sponge extended the lives of women with metastatic breast cancer by about 2.5 months, researchers report.
CNBC - Jun 1, 2010
Pressured by an aging population and the need to rein in budget deficits, Canada's provinces are taking tough measures to curb health care costs, a trend that could erode the principles of the popular state-funded system.
Wall Street Journal - - Jun 5, 2010
Our friends across the Atlantic are fond of saying that Europeans work to live while Americans live to work. According to the data, they are basically right.
New York Times - - Jun 2, 2010
Clockwise from top left: a Roku HD box ($100) sends Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand and other services to your TV; the Vizio 42-inch LCD set ($949) can show Blu-ray discs in full resolution; and the Samsung BD-C6500 (around $225) Blu-ray disc player ...
CNN - - 3 hours ago
(CNN) -- Curtis Flowers has stood before five juries in the past 13 years on capital murder charges, accused of killing four people in a Mississippi furniture store.
Minyanville.com - - Jun 2, 2010
“The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind; the answer is blowin' in the wind.” --Bob Dylan A few weeks ago, the European Union unleashed a trillion dollar “solution” to the burgeoning global debt crisis.