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By Carl De Souza, AFP By Steve Jones, USA TODAY On a magical night in 1983, Michael Jackson struck a pose on stage, clasping the black fedora on his head with his white sequined glove.
Reports: Michael Jackson Dies People Magazine
Michael Jackson will always be the 'King of Pop' New York Daily News
PRESS TV - 19 minutes ago
The head of defeated presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi's information committee, Abolfazl Fateh, has not been allowed to leave the country for Britain.
Iran arrests 70 professors after meeting with opposition leader Los Angeles Times
FOXNews - - 31 minutes ago
Farrah Fawcett, the multiple Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated American actress best known for her role as the vivacious Jill Munroe in the 1970s television series “Charlie's Angels,” died in a Santa Monica hospital.
More than just a pin-up: A tribute to actress Farrah Fawcett New York Daily News
Farrah Fawcett dies at 62 Hollywood Reporter
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TIME - - 1 hour ago
If the number of protesters on the streets of Tehran has thinned in recent days - a result of the bloody crackdown by police and militia that continued in parts of the capital on June 24 - there's little ...
Iran's attacks on UK tap into centuries of suspicion CNN International
New York Times - - 5 hours ago
SEOUL, South Korea - About 100000 North Koreans rallied and marched in Pyongyang on Thursday, the Communist state's official media reported, as the regime threatened a “fire shower of nuclear retaliation” against the United States and ...
Tens of Thousands of N. Koreans Rally in Defiance of US Voice of America
The Associated Press - - 2 hours ago
BAGHDAD (AP) - The bombing of a Baghdad bus station Thursday pushed the death toll from a weeklong series of blasts near Shiite targets to about 200, calling into question Iraq's ability to provide security as US combat troops slowly withdraw from ...
Video: Violence Rises As US Troop Withdrawal Nears The Associated Press
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Washington Post - - 1 hour ago
The security detail for South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford was actively searching for him over the weekend and concerned about his safety, but getting the runaround from his staff in trying to contact him, the director of the state's ...
Video: Raw Video: Gov. Sanford Passes Through Airport The Associated Press
Christian Science Monitor - - 27 minutes ago
Tonight every White House reporter who ever felt like President Obama's press secretary Robert Gibbs was spinning them can get their revenge.
Obama brings taste of Hawaii to White House The Associated Press
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama plans to nominate Meredith Attwell Baker to a Republican seat on the Federal Communications Commission, the White House said on Thursday.
Obama fills FCC seats CNET News
BusinessWeek - - 7 minutes ago
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told a House committee that while he warned Bank of America (BAC) CEO Ken Lewis against pulling out of the acquisition of Merrill Lynch late in 2008, he didn't threaten punitive action ...
Wall Street Journal - - 54 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Micron Technology Inc.'s (MU) fiscal third-quarter loss widened on lower sales and a write-down on the value of its imaging unit, but its gross margin turned positive after three negative ...
Forbes - - 2 hours ago
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- In a clear, no-nonsense style, Yahoo! Chief Executive Carol Bartz on Thursday described her plan to save Yahoo!
Yahoo CEO Bartz 'Nothing to Say' About Possible Microsoft Deal Wall Street Journal
Yahoo CEO promises shareholders to get 'mojo back' The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - - 58 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO (Dow Jones)--Palm Inc. (PALM) Chief Executive Jon Rubinstein said Palm's Pre smartphone sales have been "strong and growing," but didn't get any more specific about the smartphone's sales.
Palm's financial loss widens, but less than expected NetworkWorld.com
InformationWeek - - 1 hour ago
Microsoft is offering deep discounts on its next operating system in effort to boost sales. By Paul McDougall Consumers who pre-order a copy of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system will receive more than 50% off the retail price for a limited time ...
Microsoft Sets Out Windows 7 Price, Upgrade Plan Wall Street Journal
ChannelWeb - 1 hour ago
Demand for the "Hottest Girls" application through the Apple iTunes AppStore has apparently overwhelmed the developer's servers and the application -- the first with nudity to be offered through the Apple site -- is temporarily unavailable.
Flicking the Apple TV PC World
Reuters - - 4 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Action movie "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" pummeled US box offices on its Wednesday debut, raking in $60.6 million in the second biggest single-day gross ever, box office watchers said on Thursday.
'Transformers 2' grosses record $60.6 mil at the box office on ... Entertainment Weekly
MTV.com - - 9 hours ago
San Francisco Chronicle - 4 hours ago
The Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences said Wednesday that it's changing a fundamental rule for its best picture selection: From now on- or, for at least as long as this lasts - the Academy will have 10 best picture nominees, instead of five.
Could 'The Hangover' actually get a best picture nomination? Los Angeles Times
FOXSports.com - 1 hour ago
by FOXSports.com Just hours before the NBA Draft, the Magic may be making the biggest move of the day. Orlando has agreed in principle to trade Rafer Alston, Courtney Lee and Tony Battie to the New Jersey Nets in exchange for eight-time All-Star Vince ...
Nets close to dealing Vince Carter to Orlando Magic for Rafer Alston New York Daily News
FOXSports.com - 19 minutes ago
AP BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa (AP) - A week ago, the US men's soccer team was barely an afterthought, its struggles hardly stealing the spotlight from golf, baseball or "Jon & Kate.
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The Associated Press - - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - Award-winning actress Edie Falco, cable television's no-nonsense "Nurse Jackie," delivered a stern message to lawmakers Thursday: fix health care.
No health reform without a public option, Lee vows San Jose Mercury News
Forbes - 1 hour ago
THURSDAY, June 25 (HealthDay News) -- An estimated 1 million Americans have been infected with the H1N1 swine flu, which continues to produce mild illness and a fairly quick recovery in patients, US health officials said Thursday.
Reuters - - 3 hours ago
CHICAGO, June 25 (Reuters) - Nearly half the HIV-positive US adolescents and young adults are unaware of their infection, and less than a quarter of sexually active high school students are tested for the virus, US health officials said on Thursday.
Weinstein criticizes Obama on AIDS inaction pride source.com
The Associated Press - - 11 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama pushed urgently Thursday for passage of legislation to confront global warming, billing it as a job-creating machine rather than the costly "job killer" Republicans denounced.
Reuters - - 15 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama tapped a top Cabinet official on Thursday to work with Congress to speed immigration reform as senators warned another failed effort could doom chances for a generation.
Video: Obama's turns to immigration reform Al Jazeera
Obama says he's committed to immigration reform The Associated Press
MiamiHerald.com - - 35 minutes ago
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the strip search of a 13-year-old student violated the constitutional protection against unreasonable search and seizure.
Summary of actions by the Supreme Court The Associated Press
Final Ruling in Strip Search Case The New American