Los Angeles Times - - 2 hours ago
The president says he'll discuss how BP must pay claims "fairly and quickly" to compensate oil spill victims. He also says he'll name separate commanders for Florida, Alabama and Louisiana to speed response to states' residents.
CNN - - 23 minutes ago
By the CNN Wire Staff Gary Brooks Faulkner told Pakistani police that he had been looking for Osama bin Laden since 2001. Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) -- An American held in Pakistan who said he was looking for Osama bin Laden is "like a bulldog" who ...
New York Times - - 56 minutes ago
BP's ill-fated relief efforts to stop the damaged well beneath the Gulf of Mexico from gushing oil hit yet another snag on Tuesday, this time taking a hit from nature.
BP suspends oil siphoning after lightning strike MarketWatch
BP Suspends Recovery of Gulf Oil After Ship Fire BusinessWeek
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The United Nations says it will take responsibility for the cargo Israel seized from a flotilla of Turkish ships bound for the Gaza Strip last month and distribute it to Palestinians living there.
UN to distribute seized Gaza aid ABC Online
Israel to allow aid into Gaza Aljazeera.net
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
OSH, Kyrgyzstan - As gunfire cracked and popped nearby, the few remaining men in a large Uzbek enclave here on Tuesday grabbed wooden poles and metal pipes, crouched behind makeshift barricades of rocks and readied for a possible ...
Video: Red Cross: Several Hundred Dead in Kyrgyz Riots The Associated Press
Red Cross: Ethnic Violence Kills 'Several Hundred' in Kyrgyzstan Voice of America
The Guardian - 50 minutes ago
After a 38-year struggle for truth and justice campaigners for those killed in Derry on Bloody Sundaytonight celebrated the Saville Report's exoneration of the victims and the report's unequivocal conclusion that the shootings were "unjustified".
Video: Bloody Sunday coverage online at vancouversun.com June 15, 2010 The Vancouver Sun
Bloody Sunday: David Cameron apologises on behalf of country Telegraph.co.uk
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Reuters - - 38 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Private equity funds and hedge funds would face more oversight under a provision that US lawmakers on Tuesday included in the final version of a financial-regulation bill.
Frank Proposes Altering Plan on New York Fed Chief BusinessWeek
House and Senate Negotiate Wall Street Reform Proposals AHN | All Headline News
CNN - 2 hours ago
By the CNN Wire Staff Washington (CNN) -- Partisan bickering over the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster intensified Tuesday as top Republicans once again slammed the Obama administration for imposing a six-month deepwater drilling moratorium and stepped up ...
The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - The woman Republicans are counting on to knock Democratic Leader Harry Reid out of the Senate is trying to make a good impression with GOP rank and file.
Angle introduced to GOP senators, pledges to work hard against Reid Las Vegas Review-Journal
Sharron Angle Makes Her Capitol Hill Debut Wall Street Journal (blog)
Wall Street Journal - - 48 minutes ago
Stocks surged as nervousness ebbed over the euro zone and a report of strong computer sales boosted technology stocks. Technology stocks helped the Dow rise more than 100 points Tuesday.
US Stocks Maintain Hefty Gains; Dow Above 200-Day Moving Average Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - 2 hours ago
Executives from BP PLC (BP, BP.LN) and other major oil companies are testifying before Congress on Tuesday as oil continues to gush into the Gulf of Mexico from BP's damaged well.
Oil CEOs criticize BP's well, but have identical response plans Houston Chronicle
Lawmakers Criticize Oil Companies' Spill Response Plans New York Times
BusinessWeek - - 55 minutes ago
(Adds comment from Kenneth Clayton, senior vice president and general counsel for card policy at the American Bankers Association, in last paragraph.
Fed caps credit-card late fees at $25 MarketWatch
BusinessWeek - - 57 minutes ago
June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. and AT&T Inc., which began taking preorders for a new version of the iPhone today, are struggling to handle demand at their retail and online outlets, according to customers and store ...
Customers rant about bungled iPhone 4 orders Computerworld
Struggle to Handle iPhone Orders Wall Street Journal
Wired News - - 1 hour ago
LOS ANGELES - After Microsoft's play for the casual audience with Kinect and Nintendo's slew of announcements Tuesday aimed at the core audience Sony is on the hook to deliver what gamers want and expand their audience.
PlayStation Plus launches this month GameSpot
E3: PlayStation Move Shipping September Gamasutra
msnbc.com - - 12 minutes ago
Forget those clunky and expensive 3-D glasses. Nintendo has just unveiled a handheld game machine that will allow people to play 3-D games and watch 3-D movies without the need for expensive eyewear.
Nintendo Unveils 3DS Handheld 3D Gaming System PC Magazine
New York Daily News - - 21 minutes ago
Laurie David (l.) is denying she had an affair with Al Gore (c.) that ended his marriage to Tipper (r.). The three are pictured at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.
Al Gore + Laurie David = "Curb Your Enthusiasm" fodder Hollywood Reporter
MTV.com - - 25 minutes ago
Miley Cyrus, 17, is clearly going through some changes as she emerges from her gilded "Hannah Montana" cage and tries to assert her womanhood while making sure not to leave her legion of adoring teenage fans in her feather-and-lace wake.
Miley Cyrus: "I'm Not Trying to Be Slutty" Us Magazine
Miley Cyrus On Getting Pranked By Justin Bieber & Her Sister's Crush Access Hollywood
People Magazine - - 1 hour ago
The chemistry may be heating up in the third Twilight: Saga film, but Robert Pattinson didn't feel any added pressure. Instead, he was more at ease.
Video: TAYLOR LAUTNER ON HELPING ROBERT PATTINSON IN TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE Artisan News Service
Kristen Keeps a Claustrophobic Rob Calm OK! Magazine
BBC Sport - - 47 minutes ago
From Henri in Birmingham: "If Portugal and Ivory Coast play how they did today when they come up against North Korea, then they'll have some real problems with their attacking football.
USA Today - 1 hour ago
Now that Texas and the rest of the Big 12 have turned down invitations, the Pac-10 likely will turn its attention to completing its expansion efforts.
Video: Texas Declines Invitation to Join the Pac-10 The Associated Press
Na?ve Big 12 boss will get fooled again -- just wait CBSSports.com
ESPN - - 26 minutes ago
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Tiger Woods cut short his practice round on Tuesday in preparation for the US Open, walking off the Pebble Beach course after the 14th hole.
Demand for Precision Burnishes Pebble Beach Champions New York Times
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Healthy eating plays a major role in diabetes prevention and management, as demonstrated by a new study published online by the Archives of Internal Medicine, suggesting that choosing brown rice over white rice may help reduce the ...
Health Restoration Savannah Tribune
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON, June 15 (Reuters) - New US nutritional guidelines should focus on keeping Americans from getting even fatter, experts said on Tuesday, with an emphasis not only on healthy foods but on finding ways ...
New York Times - - Jun 11, 2010
Sarah Ahmed prays at the Islamic Center of New Mexico as her niece, Khadijah Leseman, 6, stays close. Ms. Ahmed, an American Muslim, began wearing the veil after 9/11.
CNN Political Ticker - - Jun 14, 2010
By the CNN Wire Staff While late Sen.Ted Kennedy was no longer a candidate for president, threats against him continued, according to FBI files.
Paw Nation - - Jun 11, 2010
by Evan Jacobs (Subscribe to Evan Jacobs's posts) Ellie, a young King Charles cavalier spaniel in England, is almost completely blind.
TIME - - 1 hour ago
Gunnery Sergeant Matthew Small, a member of an Explosive Ordnance Disposal team working in Marjah, Afghanistan, surveys a pathway used by Marines in the region.
CNN - - Jun 11, 2010
Jose Agostinho Bispo Pereira is accused of fathering seven children with one daughter and one child with another. Pinheiros, Brazil -- Law enforcement agents in Brazil's northeastern town of Pinheiros trekked and canoed for ...