Bloomberg - 18 minutes ago
By Greg Stohr and Tiffany Kary June 8 (Bloomberg) -- Chrysler LLC's planned asset sale to a group led by Italy's Fiat SpA was delayed by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg while the US Supreme Court considers a request for a longer postponement that might ...
Last-Minute Hold for Chrysler-Fiat Deal BusinessWeek
US Lawmakers Alarmed By Delay Of Chrysler Sale Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - 14 minutes ago
By ANTONIO REGALADO and DANIEL MICHAELS Brazilian and French navy ships navigated through a sea of floating debris Monday, collecting bodies and parts of Air France Flight 447, including its tail fin.
Video: Tail of Doomed Air France Jet Found The Associated Press
24 bodies, tail part recovered in Air France crash The Associated Press
PC World - 52 minutes ago
Analysis: Still Jobs-less, the crew unveils a solid but unexciting lineup that leaves the crowd pleased but still wanting. Apple delivered a variety of hardware and software news today at the opening keynote for its Worldwide Developers Conference, ...
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After a string of walkouts and disastrous election results, Brown faced a crunch meeting of Labour MPs and peers. Only five spoke against him On the dot of 6pm today, a cheerful- looking Gordon Brown marched along the dimly lit committee corridor of ...
Reuters - 24 minutes ago
By Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM, June 8 (Reuters) - The United States said on Monday it would make a new push for Israeli-Palestinian talks and US envoy George Mitchell, en route to the region, hoped to lay the groundwork.
Mitchell seeks to ease tensions over settlements Jerusalem Post
Voice of America - 1 hour ago
By VOA News The United States says two female American journalists imprisoned by North Korea are innocent, and should be freed. President Barack Obama's spokesman and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton both called on North Korea to release the two ...
Video: Clinton: Charges 'Unfounded' Against Journalists The Associated Press
Jailed journalists complicate Obama's approach to N. Korea Christian Science Monitor
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By MICHAEL GORMLEY | AP Writer ALBANY, NY - Republicans and two dissident Democrats appeared to take control of New York's Senate on Monday after the two New York City renegades voted with the GOP to throw the fledgling Democratic majority out of power ...
GOP, 2 Dems flip power balance in NY Senate The Associated Press
The Associated Press - 28 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court ruled Monday that elected judges must step aside from cases when large campaign contributions from interested parties create the appearance of bias.
Justices Tell Judges Not to Rule on Major Backers New York Times
Supreme Court weighs in on campaign contributions, judicial bias MiamiHerald.com
Forbes - 17 minutes ago
The White House claims it will create or save 600000 jobs this summer. The truth: There's no way to know. WASHINGTON, DC -- With the national unemployment rate ticking up to 9.4%, the White House on Monday again reminded the public that the $787 ...
Obama Touts Job Creation in Plan New York Times
Reuters - 39 minutes ago
NEW YORK, June 8 (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) has agreed to pay $15.5 million to settle several lawsuits related to the executions of protesters in Nigeria in the 1990s, lawyers for both sides said on Monday.
Shell settles Nigeria deaths case BBC News
Shell settles human rights suit for $15.5M The Associated Press
Forbes - 17 minutes ago
Some worry banks not allowed to pay the government back will be marked as ''losers,'' but all face tighter oversight and risks ahead.
Stress-tested banks raise $75.2 billion in capital The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - 2 hours ago
By Deborah Lynn Blumberg Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Investors continued to shed shorter-maturity Treasurys Monday on a growing view that policy makers could tighten interest rates sooner than expected, given less dire economic data.
Treasury prices mixed after Fed purchase CNNMoney.com
Reuters - 27 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of Palm Inc (PALM.O) slipped on Monday amid concerns that early sales of its highly anticipated new phone, the Pre, fell short of expectations and that its launch may be overshadowed by supply constraints.
Tell us about your Palm Pre experience CNET News
Sprint, Palm Face Challenges In Keeping Pre Momentum Wall Street Journal
CNET News - 11 minutes ago
by Tom Merritt We recap all the annonuncements from Apple's WWDC keynote, especially ruminating on what the tethering app will cost for AT&T customers.
Safari 4 Launches, Snow Leopard Coming in Sept. PC Magazine
CNET News - 26 minutes ago
by Dan Ackerman Amid all the buzz about Apple's new iPhone 3GS, MacBook fans were also treated to an impressive set of component upgrades and price drops across Apple's laptop lines.
MacBook Pro Family Gets A New Member ChannelWeb
The Associated Press - 28 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) - Tony wins should strengthen even more the box-office appeal of "Billy Elliot" and "God of Carnage," already two of Broadway's biggest hits.
The 63rd Annual Tony Awards Washington Post
MTV.com - 1 hour ago
By MTV News staff On Monday afternoon (June 8), a representative for "Hills" stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt joined producers of "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" in denying reports that the couple has been "tortured" during their stint on ...
Heidi Pratt used to eat ants? Watch your back, Spencer Los Angeles Times
New York Times - 53 minutes ago
The police in Thailand said that they would allow the FBI to assist in the investigation of the actor David Carradine's death, but only as observers, The Associated Press reported.
Forensic expert to perform David Carradine autopsy New York Daily News
Carradine's ex says he had a dark side msnbc.com
USA Today - 29 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Lakers are two victories away from giving Phil Jackson a record 10th NBA title. That would make him the league's most successful coach ever, yet despite his track record, Jackson's name never shows up on a US Olympic roster.
Finals far from done ... unless you think like an idiot CBSSports.com
MiamiHerald.com - 1 hour ago
By Scott Riley, Sports Network The great Roger Federer continued his assault on the tennis record book by winning his first-ever French Open title this past weekend.
Nadal having medical tests on knees in Barcelona The Associated Press
New York Times - 2 hours ago
By JEFF Z. KLEIN On Tuesday night in Pittsburgh, the hockey world will find out whether Marian Hossa was right. If it happens on ice and it involves hitting and scoring, The Times Slap Shot blog is on it.
Cup within reach, Wings bearing down as Pens buck up CBSSports.com
Long season for Wings, Pens who aren't scoring The Associated Press
San Jose Mercury News - 57 minutes ago
Bizjournals.com - 5 hours ago
June will be a critical month for health care reform as two Senate committees begin writing legislation that aims to extend insurance coverage to every American.
GOP Senators: Public Health Plan Would Mean Govt 'Takeover' Wall Street Journal
Bizjournals.com - 4 hours ago
There are now eight confirmed cases of Swine Flu in the Dayton region, as well as one probable case, according to the Ohio Department of Health.
County Swine Flu Cases Stabilize KRIS-TV
Xinhua - 48 minutes ago
LIBREVILLE, June 8 (Xinhua) -- Gabon has closed all its borders amid the death of President Omar Bongo Ondimba, the national television reported on Monday evening.
Obama offers condolences to Gabon The Associated Press
CNN - 35 minutes ago
(CNN) -- A woman whose body was found in the crawl space of an Oregon home -- the mother of a newborn who also died -- died from "homicidal violence," the state's deputy medical examiner said Monday.
Autopsy determines baby was cut from pregnant woman OregonLive.com
New York Daily News - 4 hours ago
BY James Gordon Meek Judge Sonia Sotomayor, her right leg in a cast, meets with Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley. In her rush to make a shuttle flight to Washington for meetings with six US senators on Capitol Hill, the federal appeals court judge hurt her ...