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The United States and England battled to a 1-1 tie in the World Cup opener for both teams. England's Shaun Wright-Phillips, left, is challenged by United States' Steve Cherundolo.
Green joins list of blundering England goalkeepers The Associated Press
New York Times - - 3 hours ago
AS the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico follows on the heels of the financial crisis, we can discern a toxic recipe for catastrophe.
Video: Riz Khan - Gulf of Mexico oil spill Al Jazeera
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
A damaged RV is seen just off the bank of the Little Missouri river in the Albert Pike recreation area near Caddo Gap. By JOHN ELIGON and LIZ ROBBINS LANGLEY, Ark.
Search for flood victims goes from frantic to grim The Associated Press
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BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan—Kygyzstan appealed for Russian military help Saturday as ethnic fighting spread across the southern part of the country, leaving at least 77 people dead and parts the region's largest city in ...
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PORT BLAIR, India - A strong earthquake with a magnitude of 7.5 struck in the ocean near India's Nicobar Islands on Sunday, sparking some tsunami warnings, the US Geological Survey and local officials said.
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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama took a fist-and-olive-branch approach to the Gulf oil spill Saturday, giving BP a deadline to accelerate cleanup efforts while also reassuring Britons he's not pointing a finger at them or their national institutions ...
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New York Times - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - President Obama called Saturday for Congress to avert a planned 21 percent pay cut for doctors who see Medicare patients, saying the move was necessary to ensure the health of older Americans.
Video: Obama: Don't Punish Medicare Doctors The UpTake
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FOXNews - 5 hours ago
South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Alvin Greene poses for a photo in Manning, SC, June 9. (AP Photo) Vic Rawl, who was the presumptive Democratic nominee in South Carolina's US Senate race until his upset loss this week to unemployed military ...
South Carolina head scratcher: More curiosities in election of Alvin Greene Christian Science Monitor
Who's Alvin Greene? State Asks After Vote New York Times
BusinessWeek - - 4 hours ago
June 12 (Bloomberg) -- Pilots walked off the job at closely held Spirit Airlines Inc. early this morning after failing to reach a contract agreement in more than three years of negotiations.
Spirit Airlines pilots go on strike MarketWatch
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Wall Street Journal - - 18 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO—The eleventh annual charity auction of lunch with Berkshire Hathaway Inc. CEO Warren Buffett brought in more than $2.6 million on Friday night.
New York Times - - 4 hours ago
HONG KONG - Cracks emerged on Saturday afternoon in the unity of workers on strike at a Honda auto parts factory in southeastern China, the latest in a series of strikes in China in which blue-collar employees have demanded sharply ...
Strike continues at Honda plant in China MarketWatch
Wall Street Journal - - 20 hours ago
Gawker Media LLC said the Federal Bureau of Investigation asked it to retain documents as part of a probe into the exposure of email addresses belonging to iPad owners, the second time the blog publisher has been in a legal spotlight ...
FBI Investigating iPad E-Mail Leaks PC World
Newsweek - - 2 hours ago
When Steve Jobs took the stage for his keynote address at Apple's annual developers conference last week, he had plenty to say about the new iPhone 4, calling it “the most precise, beautiful thing we've ever designed.
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PC World - - 6 hours ago
Google is under global scrutiny for its "accidental" gathering of wi-fi data while driving about photographing the world with its Street View camera cars.
MTV.com - - 19 hours ago
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Hollywood Reporter - - 5 hours ago
Eleven-year-old Jaden Smith, with an assist from Jackie Chan, overpowered a reconstituted A-Team at the North American boxoffice on Friday as Sony's "The Karate Kid" took a commanding lead with an estimated $18.8 million.
Thinking small for 'Karate Kid' San Francisco Chronicle
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USA Today - - 4 hours ago
INDIANAPOLIS - Big Ten expansion began Friday with the addition of Nebraska, a move that could have a significant financial impact for the league and lead to another marquee sporting event in Indianapolis.
Big 12 commish: 10 of our members are better than Pac-11 Dallas Morning News
Nebraska's Osborne: Big Ten move trumps tradition The Associated Press
USA Today - - 1 hour ago
That's how Argentina coach Diego Maradona put it on Saturday after Messi produced a mesmerizing performance in a 1-0 win over Nigeria in Group B at the World Cup that was unlucky not to have been rewarded with a goal.
World Cup Today The Associated Press
MLB.com - - 1 hour ago
Daniel Nava follows the flight of his grand slam in his first career plate appearance. (AP) By Ian Browne / MLB.com BOSTON -- The kid who was 70 pounds when he started high school made a dramatic entrance to the Major Leagues on Saturday.
Nava hits slam on 1st pitch of 1st ML at-bat. The Associated Press
San Jose Mercury News - - 11 hours ago
Indicating they plan to closely monitor the sale of genetic tests directly to consumers, federal regulators Friday told five companies involved in the business - including two in the Bay Area - their products are medical devices that ...
FDA Faults Companies on Unapproved Genetic Tests New York Times
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Tech Jackal - 4 hours ago
A new version of the controversial morning after pill may soon be available to women in the United States. The pill is currently used in France and is sold under the name ella.
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Record-Searchlight - - 28 minutes ago
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Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription) - - Jun 8, 2010
The University of California system has said "enough" to the Nature Publishing Group, one of the leading commercial scientific publishers, over a big proposed jump in the cost of the group's journals.
Yahoo! Tech - - Jun 5, 2010
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New York Times - - Jun 8, 2010
Matthew Stoltzfus, left, on his farm in Lancaster, Pa., where a government program is working with Amish farmers to try to instill more environmentally sound methods for handling runoff.
Rolling Stone - - Jun 8, 2010
On May 27th, more than a month into the worst environmental disaster in US history, Barack Obama strode to the podium in the East Room of the White House.
WalletPop (blog) - Jun 8, 2010
If you're an entertainment maven, chances are you love movies enough to rent them, whether it's a brand-new video such as "Avatar," or a recent classic along the lines of "You've Got Mail.