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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) - Honduras braced for a threatened confrontation Sunday as ousted President Manuel Zelaya insisted he was coming home to reclaim his post, urging his supporters to mass at the airport for a showdown with the interim ...
Americas group suspends Honduras BBC News
Zelaya vows to return to Honduras Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - - 2 hours ago
The announcement by Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin that she was bowing out of Alaska politics on the eve of the Fourth of July left a lot of people scratching their heads.
Weary Palin Sought to Regain Control Washington Post
Palin takes to Web for hints of political future Columbus Telegram
Baltimore Sun - - 55 minutes ago
When former Ravens quarterback Steve McNair came to Baltimore in 2006, he was near the end of his career but at the beginning of something special for the Ravens.
Titans fans loved Steve McNair's resilience The Tennessean
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Wall Street Journal - - 22 minutes ago
SEOUL -- North Korea's test-firing of seven mid-range missiles on Saturday, America's birthday, again demonstrated the ability of the country's authoritarian regime to grab headlines and defy penalties imposed it by the United Nations, ...
Video: North Korea Fires 7 Missiles Off Coast The Associated Press
Pentagon optimistic on missile defense system Los Angeles Times
AFP - 2 hours ago
GARMSIR, Afghanistan (AFP) - Since 4000 US Marines pushed into Taliban-controlled areas of southern Afghanistan on Thursday, one company has been in a constant firefight with the insurgents, the military said.
Video: US Troops Push Deeper Into Southern Afghan Towns The Associated Press
Los Angeles Times - - 4 hours ago
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon traveled to Myanmar, also known as Burma, to plea for the release of democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi.
UN chief: Talks in Myanmar fail Philadelphia Inquirer
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Los Angeles Times - - 6 hours ago
Brad Horrigan / AP The group of white firefighters dubbed "the New Haven 20" appear in a January file photo. But the divided justices began shifting from the Bush administration's hands-off approach to business, clearing the way for more consumer ...
Environment Groups Find Less Support on Court New York Times
Supreme Court on Ricci Atlantic Online
Twin Falls Times-News - - 21 minutes ago
CNN - - 2 hours ago
NEW YORK (CNN) -- After huffing and puffing up 354 steps to the newly reopened Lady Liberty crown, Aaron Kissinger figured it was time to pop the question to his girlfriend Erica Breder.
Statue of Liberty's crown, closed after 9/11, reopens Philadelphia Inquirer
Reuters - - 16 hours ago
FRANKFURT/MUNICH, July 3 (Reuters) - A Chinese automaker has offered to buy a stake in General Motors (GMGMQ.PK) unit Opel, challenging a deal from Canadian auto parts supplier Magna (MGa.
GM Europe head says to sell Opel to Magna soon: report Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
It's not clear what the retailer's motives may be, nor does it truly matter. Wal-Mart is to be commended for taking a stand -- something far too many businesses have been reluctant to do.
New Port Richey Wal-Mart grows electronics area with remodel Bizjournals.com
Washington Post - - Jul 2, 2009
Mounting job losses rattled hopes yesterday that the economy is on track to grow later this year, showing that prospects for American workers are terrible -- and still getting worse.
US jobless rate hits 26-year high of 9.5 percent MiamiHerald.com
Washington Post - - Jul 3, 2009
AP LOS ANGELES, July 3 -- A Missouri mother said she never should have been prosecuted for her role in a MySpace hoax directed at a 13-year-old girl who ended up committing suicide.
Video: Myspace Conviction Thrown Out The Associated Press
Washington Post - 4 hours ago
Arlington County police continued to search for the man who shot an Apple store employee in Clarendon on Friday in a backroom while more than three dozen people were in the store, police said yesterday.
Los Angeles Times - - Jul 2, 2009
Researchers have concluded that rising temperatures have made it easier for scrawnier sheep to survive, thus reducing the average size of animals in the herd.
The Case of the Shrinking Sheep New York Times
Climate change responsible for Soay sheep shrinkage: Study TopNews United States
Los Angeles Times - - 3 hours ago
Successful applicants will be notified by e-mail. There are 17500 tickets for the service at Staples Center and a simulcast at the Nokia Theatre.
CNN International - 2 hours ago
(CNN) -- Music manager Allen Klein, whose clients included the Rolling Stones and the Beatles, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease, his publicist said.
Former Beatles and Stones manager Allen Klein has died Entertainment Weekly
Ex-Beatles, Rolling Stones manager Klein dies The Associated Press
Boston Herald - 4 hours ago
By O'Ryan Johnson Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe won a court delay last week that will give her time to mount a custody battle for her two children against Jackson's mother.
Video: Lawyer: Rowe Deciding Whether to Seek Custody The Associated Press
Jackson kids face hurdles to coping with his death The Associated Press
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The Red Sox relievers spent three months proving themselves the best in baseball. They prevented sleepless nights for fans and ulcers for the manager and losses in the standings because they never did things like blowing nine-run leads, ...
Mariners capitalize as popup falls in Los Angeles Times
Boston Globe - - 1 hour ago
(Getty Images / Mario Tama) The emergency room waiting area at Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn. The hospital's emergency room receives about 60000 patients a year.
Obama doesn't have the only prescription for healthcare reform Los Angeles Times
Canadian health care not worth the wait Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
BBC News - 21 hours ago
A 19-year-old man has died after contracting swine flu in London, health authorities in the capital have said. The man, from south London, had serious underlying health problems and was in Lewisham Hospital.
Croatia reports first H1N1 case Reuters
Baltimore Sun - - 53 minutes ago
A report released last week shows that obesity is harming the health of millions of Americans, including children and teens. The report, "F as in Fat: How Obesity Policies are Failing in America 2009," from the Trust for America's ...
Childhood obesity revealed in fat map Telegraph.co.uk
Aljazeera.net - 41 minutes ago
An Iranian newspaper says that 100 members of parliament have sent a letter to the judiciary, calling for opposition leaders to face trial over the post-election disturbances.
Mousavi Is Also Accused of Treason Washington Post
Pressure mounts on Iranian reformists The Associated Press
Bloomberg - - 22 minutes ago
July 5 (Bloomberg) -- Iranian authorities have charged an employee of the British Embassy in Tehran with threatening national security, his lawyer said, escalating tensions with the European Union.
UK to press Iran on embassy staff BBC News
Held British embassy staff to go on trial in Teheran Jerusalem Post
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
Authorities say a teenage girl who was shot in her father's store has become the fifth person slain by a suspected serial killer.
5th Death Tied to South Carolina Killer New York Times