The Guardian - 1 hour ago
The FBI has arrested 10 alleged Russian spies and broken up a "long-term, deep cover" network of agents across America's east coast sent to infiltrate policy making circles.
10 Alleged Russian Spies Arrested in United States Voice of America
Russian spy case 'right out of a John le Carré novel' Christian Science Monitor
Wall Street Journal - 1 hour ago
Judicial liberals have been discovering the virtues of legal precedent now that conservatives are finally winning a few cases at the Supreme Court, but in yesterday's major gun rights case that all went out the window.
US Supreme Court strikes down Chicago ban in key gun-rights case San Jose Mercury News
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MEXICO CITY -- A presumed drug cartel assassination squad Monday gunned down the leading candidate for governor in a state bordering Texas, putting a chill on Mexico just six days before local and regional elections.
Wall Street Journal - - 37 minutes ago
PRINCETON, NJ—A former lead Iranian nuclear negotiator has taken up residence at Princeton University, marking the highest-ranking member of Tehran's political elite to relocate to the US since last year's political uprising against ...
Ahmadinejad: Iran Will Resume Nuclear Talks in August Voice of America
The Guardian - 3 hours ago
Turkey has banned an Israeli military flight from its airspace in apparent retaliation for Israel's interception of the Free Gaza flotilla last month, in which nine pro-Palestinian Turkish activists were killed.
Turkey restricts Israeli use of airspace CNN International
Turkey bars Israeli planes ABC Online
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Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Republicans express doubts that the US solicitor general could serve impartially on the Supreme Court. 'No one has a monopoly on truth or wisdom,' she says in her opening statement.
What to Expect From Elena Kagan? FOXNews
New York Times - - 23 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - The death of Senator Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia threw into doubt the ability of Democrats to win approval this week of a financial regulation bill and underscored how the smallest changes in the size and ...
Byrd's death could delay financial reform vote Los Angeles Times
Wall Street Journal - - 38 minutes ago
Congressional Democrats are still struggling to come up with a plan for energy legislation in response to the Gulf oil spill and are looking to a bipartisan meeting with President Barack Obama on Tuesday to produce some clarity about ...
Obama to meet senators Tuesday on climate, energy Reuters Africa
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
The first group established by Congress to regulate the accounting industry survived a constitutional challenge on Monday, emerging only with its members having a little less job security.
US Supreme Court Invalidates Part Of Accounting Board Wall Street Journal
Supreme Court Makes Changes To Accounting Board Los Angeles Times
The Associated Press - 3 hours ago
NEW YORK - Apple Inc. said Monday that it sold more than 1.7 million units of its new iPhone model in the first three days, making it the most successful product launch in the company's history from the standpoint of sales.
Apple can't keep up with demand for new iPhone San Jose Mercury News
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BusinessWeek - - 35 minutes ago
June 29 (Bloomberg) -- Japan's unemployment rate unexpectedly rose to 5.2 percent in May and households cut spending for a second month, adding to evidence that consumer outlays are too weak to drive the economic recovery.
Japan jobless rate rises, household spending falls The Associated Press
Wired News - - 48 minutes ago
A purportedly leaked slideshow reveals what may be Microsoft's game plan for Windows 8. Giving a strong nod to Apple, highlight features teased in the presentation include a Windows app store and instant-on bootup.
CNET - - 2 hours ago
Android users who have been waiting a long time to see an app for Amazon's Kindle electronic book reader can stop waiting, and start downloading.
TIP SHEET: Bullish on Apple...and Amazon Wall Street Journal
BusinessWeek - - 1 hour ago
When Facebook launched its Open Graph protocol in April, blanketing the Web with "like" and "recommend" buttons, it seemed obvious that one of the company's goals was to use the resulting behavioral data to power a social search ...
MTV.com - - 53 minutes ago
The end is almost here for Harry Potter and his friends. The JK Rowling-penned novel series about a young boy who ultimately becomes a powerful wizard concluded with "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," published in 2007.
New colossal trailer for final 'Harry Potter' films Monsters and Critics.com
Reuters - - 25 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Steve Carell is tendering his resignation as the egotistical boss Michael Scott of "The Office", and leaving the hit TV comedy show next year.
Steve Carell leaving 'The Office' after Season 7 Hollywood Reporter
MTV.com - - 2 hours ago
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Chris Brown's BET breakdown: the 'coulds' and 'shoulds' of forgiveness Los Angeles Times (blog)
MLB.com - - 1 hour ago
CHICAGO -- Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano will be placed on the restricted list, effective Tuesday, and will undergo evaluation by doctors picked by Major League Baseball and the Players Association.
Cubs to place Zambrano on restricted list The Associated Press
Zambrano to be treated for emotional issues Chicago Sun-Times
New York Times - - 43 minutes ago
In the 35th minute, Maicon's corner kick found Brazil's center back, Juan, who headed the ball to put his team ahead 1-0. By JERÉ LONGMAN JOHANNESBURG - Let others complain about a lack of beauty.
Brazil rediscovers its samba ways after lacklustre group stage at World Cup The Canadian Press
World Cup 2010: Brazil vs. Chile Round of 16 National Post
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
WIMBLEDON, England - Andy Roddick stood there after the final ball bounced past him, his facial expression split somewhere between dumbfounded and perplexed.
Roddick takes a big step backward FOXSports.com
Roddick upset at Wimbledon by man ranked 82nd The Associated Press
WebMD - - 3 hours ago
June 28, 2010 -- Older patients who take Avandia have a higher risk of death, heart failure, and stroke than patients taking Actos, a similar diabetes drug, a new study finds.
USA Today - - 1 hour ago
By Matthew S. Gunby, AP By Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY The Food and Drug Administration issued a document Monday stating that antibiotics important for human health shouldn't be used to help animals grow faster.
Antibiotics in Animals Need Limits, FDA Says New York Times
FDA urges less antibiotics in meat Los Angeles Times
U.S. News & World Report - - 5 hours ago
An experimental test that appears to predict the age a woman will hit menopause decades in advance has generated much enthusiasm at the Rome meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.
Blood test 'to predict menopause' BBC News
Wall Street Journal - - 6 hours ago
The Supreme Court ordered a technical change Monday to the Sarbanes-Oxley accounting rules but left the broader law intact. The high court, in a 5-4 opinion by Chief Justice John Roberts, ...
ABC Action News - - Jun 22, 2010
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New York Times - - Jun 27, 2010
Students at Benjamin Franklin Middle School in Ridgewood, NJ, are old hands at text messaging, but not all of the words are friendly.
Vanity Fair - - Jun 21, 2010
The dirty truth behind the new natural gas. Related: A VF video look at a town transformed by fracking. By Christopher Bateman• A shale-gas drilling and fracking site in Dimock, Pennsylvania.
Bleacher Report - - Jun 22, 2010
The end of the 2010 season will also mark the end of the managerial career of Atlanta Braves skipper Bobby Cox. Cox has spent a total of 25 years as the manager of the Braves over two separate stints and has announced that this season will be his last.