CBS News - - 1 hour ago
The top industrialized and developing nations of the world ended the G-20 summit with a pledge to cut their budget deficits in half within three years.
World leaders walk economic tightrope in Canada The Associated Press
Deficit worries trump fears of new recession at G-20 summit MiamiHerald.com
ESPN - 2 hours ago
A controversial goal from Carlos Tevez - who looked to be some distance offside - swung the match towards Argentina before a horrible mistake by Ricardo Osorio allowed Gonzalo Higuain to make it 2-0.
We're all living in Maradona's World Cup Yahoo! Sports
Maradona talks up Argentina hopes BBC Sport
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
Days after President Obama installed a new US military commander in Afghanistan, CIA Director Leon E. Panetta conceded Sunday that progress in the war has been "harder" and "slower than I think ...
CIA Retains Controversial Security Firm in Afghanistan Wall Street Journal
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Reuters - - 23 minutes ago
US President Barack Obama gestures as world leaders gather for a group photo at the G20 Summit in Toronto June 27, 2010. Pictured are: South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Obama, Saudi King Abdullah, ...
G20 Leaders Commit to Deficit Reduction Time Line Voice of America
BBC News - 1 hour ago
The referendum being held in Kyrgyzstan on a new constitution comes amid fears it could inflame ethnic tensions. The BBC's Rupert Wingfield Hayes has just left Kyrgyzstan and explains the background to the country's current difficulties.
Weeks after violence, Kyrgyzstan constitution OK'd The Associated Press
USA Today - 33 minutes ago
By Michael Regan, Getty Images Fabio Capello has no plans to quit as coach despite overseeing England's 4-1 loss to Germany in a second-round match.
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By Carolyn Kaster, AP By John Fritze, USA TODAY Sen. Robert Byrd, the longest-serving member of Congress, was admitted to a Washington-area hospital last week and is "seriously ill," according to a statement released by his office Sunday.
Senator Byrd 'Seriously Ill' New York Times
Sen. Byrd, 92, is hospitalized and said to be seriously ill Los Angeles Times
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
File photo by Ed Bailey, AP By Joan Biskupic, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - Ruth Bader Ginsburg called her husband, Martin, her "biggest supporter" and talked about him as if he was just as important in getting her on the Supreme Court as President Clinton.
Husband of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies Wall Street Journal
Husband of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies Washington Post
Reuters - 1 hour ago
(Reuters) - World leaders at the Group of 20 summit put the finishing touches on plans to build a more stable global economy on Sunday but backed away from one-size-fits-all pledges as two years of crisis give way to an uneven recovery.
Obama urges China to follow through on yuan move MarketWatch
The Associated Press - 3 hours ago
OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. - Officials say oil has been spotted in at least two areas on the Mississippi coast, which had so far mostly been spared damage from the Gulf of Mexico spill.
BusinessWeek - - 1 hour ago
June 27 (Bloomberg) -- Royal Dutch Shell Plc's Chief Executive Officer Peter Voser said an oil spill from a BP Plc well in the Gulf of Mexico, the biggest in US history, is unlikely to halt deep-water drilling.
Shell: deepwater oil drilling will go on The Guardian
CNET - - 4 hours ago
PC Magazine - - Jun 26, 2010
I detail a day, night, and morning spent with the world's hottest smartphone, the Apple iPhone 4. 11:15 AM: I've got to hand it to Apple.
Computerandvideogames.com - 3 hours ago
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
LOS ANGELES - The weekend box office delivered very different results for three A-list stars, as Adam Sandler hit another home run in “Grown Ups,” and Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz whiffed in “Knight and Day.
Tom Cruise, with 'Knight and Day,' has his worst opening weekend for action ... New York Daily News
New York Daily News - - 1 hour ago
Britain's Prince Harry falls off his horse during the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Sunday before bravely trying to regain his composure by grabbing hold of the reins, below.
In NY, Prince Harry plays polo for African charity The Associated Press
Prince Harry Fell Off A Horse New York Magazine
People Magazine - - 45 minutes ago
What happens when you promote not one, but two films - on back-to-back red carpets? For Kristen Stewart, the result is a severe case of the high-heel blues.
'Twilight' love triangle Boston Herald
Boston Globe - - 42 minutes ago
What a game by Lester, who went the distance and retired 17 of the last 18 batters he faced. He threw 103 pitches. Sox were 3-3 on their trip and are 46-31.
Lester's gem leads reeling Red Sox past Giants 5-1 The Associated Press
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CROMWELL, Conn. - Bubba Watson won the Travelers Championship for his first PGA Tour title, overcoming a six-stroke deficit and beating Scott Verplank with a par on the second hole of playoff Sunday at TPC River Highlands.
Scott Verplank: Scott Verplank places at the Travelers Rotoworld.com
Daily Mail - - 9 minutes ago
A Simple blood test that tells a woman as young as 20 how long she has left to start a family is being developed by doctors. The kit, which could be on sale in three years, would predict when a woman will go through menopause to within ...
Scientists say test could predict menopause The Associated Press
BusinessWeek - - 5 hours ago
SUNDAY, June 27 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have located 12 new genes that seem to be linked with a predisposition for type 2 diabetes, bringing the total number of genetic locations implicated in the condition to 38.
Doctors pinpoint genes connected to type 2 diabetes Telegraph.co.uk
Study uncovers new diabetes genes BBC News
USA Today - - 3 hours ago
ORLANDO - Middle-schoolers at high risk for diabetes can shed pounds and reduce their risk for this disease if health interventions are made in the school, suggests new research.
Wall Street Journal - - Jun 25, 2010
Americans lament the partisan venom of today's politics, but for sheer verbal savagery, the country's founders were in a league of their own.
ABC Action News - - Jun 22, 2010
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GolfDigest.com - - Jun 23, 2010
It wasn't supposed to end this way, Hank Haney resigning as Tiger Woods' swing coach via text message on May 10, the day after Woods withdrew from the Players Championship.
Wall Street Journal - - Jun 25, 2010
Daphne Batts sometimes wonders if practical jokers with hidden cameras are spying on her as she interviews people for jobs at Bankrate Inc., an online publisher of financial information in North Palm Beach, Fla.
New York Times - - Jun 26, 2010
THE moment he pulled the trigger, there was near-universal agreement that President Obama had done the inevitable thing, the right thing and, best of all, the bold thing.