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WASHINGTON (AP) - So much for studied neutrality. Even as he said he wasn't doing it, President Barack Obama threw his rhetorical might behind the protesters in Iran, a risky move he hopes will force the hardline regime to deal peacefully with its ...
Obama denounces Iran crackdown on protesters Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - - 39 minutes ago
Investigators also find evidence that the train was in automatic mode, meaning the onboard computer should have slowed it down. Monday's wreck killed nine people.
Washington Post - - 33 minutes ago
After all those weird stares, after he fought against stimulus money meant to help his fellow South Carolinians who've lost jobs at an astounding rate, after the blitzkrieg of complaints from Democrats, no one had to tell Gov.
Governor's Hike Reopens Rifts Wall Street Journal
South Carolina governor checks in after taking a hike Los Angeles Times
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After a hotly contested election pitting President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad against leading challenger Mir Hossein Mousavi, the government declared Ahmadinejad the winner on June 13.
Iran's Mousavi calls new protest Aljazeera.net
Clerics join Iran's anti-government protests CNN International
CNN - 2 hours ago
TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- The young woman who last weekend emerged as a powerful symbol of opposition to the Iranian government embraced life in many ways, but there was little about her that would have led her friends to predict she would become a martyr, ...
Tyranny's new nightmare: Twitter Los Angeles Times
Neda's Legacy Washington Post
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CAMP JALOZAI, Pakistan -- As they bake in a sea of plastic tents under the relentless sun, families displaced by the recent army campaign against Taliban forces in the Swat Valley have a single, burning question about the Pakistani ...
Pakistan Taliban 'hit by US drone' Aljazeera.net
Ten dead in two US drone strikes BBC News
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The Washington Post's Steven Mufson weighs in on the latest efforts by Democrats to steer a House vote on cap and trade legislation.
Energy Bill Unfinished, but Vote Nears New York Times
Washington Post - - 17 minutes ago
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates issued an order yesterday establishing a command that will defend military networks against computer attacks and develop offensive cyber-weapons, but he also directed that the structure be ready to ...
Military Command Is Created for Cyber Security Wall Street Journal
New Military Command for Cyberspace New York Times
New York Times - - 34 minutes ago
Al Thomas, a Norwalk Community College counselor, helped Roberta Jurik, left, and her daughter Jacqueline fill out an aid form. By TAMAR LEWIN The Obama administration is moving to simplify the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or Fafsa, ...
Obama wants to trim complex college aid form The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
Despite the steadily increased use of carbon-fiber composite parts in airlines, Boeing Co.'s disclosure Tuesday of design troubles with its 787 Dreamliner highlights the engineering, manufacturing and maintenance ...
Bloomberg - - 1 hour ago
By Bloomberg News “China believes the relevant policy is in accordance with WTO rules,” the Ministry of Commerce said in a faxed statement today.
China defends export policies against WTO complaint Washington Post
Washington Post - - 1 hour ago
Frequent fliers shuffled back into long security checkpoint lines in airports across the country yesterday after Verified Identity Pass shut down Clear, its expedited screening service.
No refunds, says Clear, the Registered Traveler vendor Los Angeles Times
Reuters - - 29 minutes ago
WASHINGTON, June 23 (Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) Chief Executive Steve Jobs has an excellent prognosis following a liver transplant, the Memphis, Tennessee, hospital that performed the surgery said on Tuesday.
ChannelWeb - 5 hours ago
Apple CEO Steve Jobs' health has been in the news this past year as often as new iphones, ipods and iphone operating systems. And with Jobs temporarily sidelined, it's also meant more time in the spotlight for Apple's chief operating officer, Tim Cook, ...
Apple iPhone 3G S Review PC World
Apple Approves First Push-Notification Apps InformationWeek
PC World - 3 hours ago
The partnership Intel and Nokia announced on Tuesday to develop future mobile devices should help both companies, though analysts are skeptical whether it will result in any actual products.
Intel Makes Another Run at Phones With Nokia Wall Street Journal
What Intel, Nokia gain in mobile reboot CNET News
Washington Post - - 41 minutes ago
The robots are back to wage another war in this sequel, directed by Michael Bay and starring Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox. Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments or material will be removed from the site.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) New York Times
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
By Ethan Miller, Getty Images By Robert Bianco, USA TODAY The show's era as an icon ended with the death of Johnny Carson , but as long as his "hi-yo" sidekick, Ed McMahon , was still with us, some part of the era was as well.
Conan O'Brien pays tribute to Ed McMahon msnbc.com
Ed McMahon leaves fond memories in QC golf lore Quad City Times
Reuters - - 4 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - If misery loves company, then reality TV couple Jon and Kate Gosselin had plenty of both Monday night when millions of viewers watched on television as the parents of eight announced they were breaking up.
Kate Gosselin says marriage 'irretrievably broken' Journal Times
New York Times - - 38 minutes ago
His team decimated by injuries, Manager Jerry Manuel said before Tuesday's game that the Mets need to find an identity. Without much power in their lineup, the Mets will have to scrap for runs by stealing bases and hitting and running.
Mets muster just two hits in 3-0 loss to Joel Piniero and Cardinals New York Daily News
MLB.com - - 39 minutes ago
HOUSTON -- Zack Greinke put an end to the Royals' five-game skid and his own string of futility on Tuesday night. Greinke pitched the Royals to a 2-1 Interleague victory over the Houston Astros in front of 30949 fans at Minute ...
Greinke outduels Ortiz as Royals beat Astros Houston Chronicle
Royals hold on for 2-1 victory over Astros Kansas City Star
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
John Bazemore/AP Brian McCann hitting a run-scoring double to center field on a low pitch from Chien-Ming Wang in the Braves' three-run third inning.
Nothing doing as Chien-Ming Wang, Yanks go quietly in 4-0 loss to ... New York Daily News
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Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON -- A group that helped elect President Barack Obama is building a database of complaints from Americans about health care to help him push through an overhaul.
Democrats redouble efforts on health-care reform San Francisco Chronicle
Reuters - - 10 hours ago
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's federal agency for infectious diseases said on Tuesday there were signs the H1N1 swine flu virus had started to mutate and warned it could spread in the coming months in a more aggressive form.
WHO says swine flu death toll at 231 United Press International
Maryland reports first swine flu-related death Bizjournals.com
Reuters - - 3 hours ago
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Weight-loss surgery may help obese women lower their risk of developing cancer, Swedish researchers said on Tuesday.
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
Plan makes layoffs more likely for 4000 teachers and staff, though union leaders are trying to save jobs. By Jason Song The Los Angeles Board of Education on Tuesday approved nearly $1.6 billion in cuts over the next three years that will result in ...
Broward schools chief ditches property tax hike plan MiamiHerald.com
LA school board approves budget that cuts $1.6B San Jose Mercury News
Reuters - 26 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former US Vice President Dick Cheney has signed a publishing deal for about $2 million to write a memoir of his life in politics, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.
Cheney to Publish His Memoir New York Times
Times Online - - 5 hours ago
A defiant Silvio Berlusconi insisted yesterday that he had never paid a woman for sex, as pressure mounted on the Italian Prime Minister to explain his actions amid lurid allegations that he had entertained escorts and call-girls at his home.
Op-Ed Columnist Vice and Spice New York Times
Report: Italy's Berlusconi denies he paid women The Associated Press