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House passes Wall Street regulations USA Today
House easily passes new financial regulations Washington Post
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BERLIN (Dow Jones)--German Chancellor Angela Merkel won a victory Wednesday when her candidate Christian Wulff won a closely watched election in a third round of voting to become Germany's next president.
Christian Wulff elected German president The Guardian
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Reuters - - 12 hours ago
The home where ''Richard Murphy'' and ''Cynthia Murphy'' were arrested Sunday is pictured in Montclaire, New Jersey, June 29, 2010.
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| AP MOISES, Mont. -- A Sanders County sheriff's official says four bodies have been found in the wreckage of a plane in northwestern Montana.
Plane missing in NW Mont. spotted from air Chicago Tribune
Plane missing in Montana spotted from air The Associated Press
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AP June 30, 2010: President Obama speaks at a town-hall style event on the economy at Racine Memorial Hall in Racine, Wis. President Obama singled out House Republican Leader John Boehner in a Wisconsin speech Wednesday, hammering the GOP lawmaker for ...
Obama uses Racine speech to criticize Republicans Chicago Tribune
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Stocks fell in the final session of the second quarter as a report on private-sector jobs weighed on sentiment and as Moody's warned it may cut its credit rating on Spain.
Stocks dive as second quarter ends CNNMoney
Stocks end rough quarter with more questions The Associated Press
Bloomberg - - 21 minutes ago
Sentiment among Japan's largest manufacturers rose to a two-year high, signaling Europe's debt crisis has yet to undermine their confidence in the global recovery.
Manufacturers in Japan Turn Positive Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - 56 minutes ago
BP PLC (BP, BP.LN) said the rate it captured oil from a broken well in the Gulf of Mexico dropped Wednesday morning because of lightning storms.
Senate panels advance oil spill bill The Associated Press
Computerworld - - 1 hour ago
IDG News Service - Just over two months after launching it, and days after reducing the price, Microsoft has decided to kill the Kin phone.
4 Reasons Why Microsoft's Kin Phones Failed Wired News
Afterdawn.com - 1 hour ago
Apple may not want to admit it, but the Android OS has already surpassed their iOS in smartphone market share in the United States (by some accounts), and is catching up internationally.
PC World - 1 hour ago
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MTV.com - - 1 hour ago
In knowing the fervor and devotion of "Twilight" fans, it should come as no surprise that ticket sales for "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" have broken the record for highest-grossing midnight screenings - previously held by "New Moon.
Eclipse' is expected to earn $180 million by Monday MiamiHerald.com
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Hollywood Reporter - 1 hour ago
Despite the blizzard of speculation in the wake of Larry King's announcement that he will depart his program this fall, there are a few hard facts emerging.
No Lingering: Larry King Goes Gently New York Times
Jason Gay: A Farewell Column From Larry King Wall Street Journal
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WIMBLEDON, United Kingdom - Roger Federer covered his face with both hands, no doubt wishing he were doing anything at that moment other than dissecting his latest earlier-than-expected Grand Slam exit.
SI.com - 52 minutes ago
Dwyane Wade (left) and LeBron James have become accustomed to being their team's leading man. Could they get along as teammates?
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Washington Post - 40 minutes ago
AP SAN ANTONIO -- Spurs swingman Richard Jefferson has opted out of the final year of his contract and will become a free agent. Spurs spokesman Tom James said the nine-year veteran informed the team Thursday.
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Reuters - - 2 hours ago
BOSTON, June 30 (Reuters) - Testosterone treatments may build muscle mass in older men, but they may carry a risk of heart problems in people with poor mobility, US researchers said on Wednesday.
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USA Today - - 15 minutes ago
I have been advised by my physician that I must undergo a course of chemotherapy on my esophagus. This advice seems persuasive to me.
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Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
The firm plans to raise premiums as much as 20%, sharply less than the 39% maximum it had sought earlier this year but canceled after drawing outrage from consumers, lawmakers and President Obama.
WellPoint Scales Back Rate Increases Sought in California Wall Street Journal
WellPoint unit tries lower hike in California MarketWatch
New York Times - - Jun 29, 2010
AP By DAVID LEONHARDT The world's rich countries are now conducting a dangerous experiment. They are repeating an economic policy out of the 1930s - starting to cut spending and raise taxes before a recovery is assured - and hoping today's situation is ...
Los Angeles Times - 7 hours ago
The gift from Irvine Ranch developer Donald Bren, 78, completes the transfer of 50000 acres into public hands for parks, greenways, and a recreational and wilderness preserve.
New York Times - - Jun 28, 2010
After the math department at the University of Texas noticed some of its Dell computers failing, Dell examined the machines. The company came up with an unusual reason for the computers' demise: the school had overtaxed the machines by ...
Wall Street Journal - - Jun 28, 2010
Scientists may soon be able to answer the agonizing question facing men with prostate cancer: Does their cancer need immediate treatment or can it be left alone?
CNN - - Jun 28, 2010
Robert Winn, 40, is openly bisexual and has been married to Christine Winn, 41, for the last 17 years. (CNN) -- Robert Winn met his wife, Christine, in college.