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ABC News - - 22 minutes ago
President Barack Obama talks by phone with US Supreme Court Justice nominee, Judge Sonia Sotomayor, shown in this inset file photo, from the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, July 12, 2009.
Video: 'Extremely Troubling' Fox News
US-POLITICS Summary Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - - 2 hours ago
Democrats renew their calls for some kind of investigation and criticize former Vice President Dick Cheney. By Julian E. Barnes Reporting from Washington -- Democratic lawmakers criticized former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday for allegedly ...
Bush Anti-Terror Policies Get Reluctant Revisit Washington Post
Obama pressed to reverse course, investigate Bush-era CIA programs Dallas Morning News
Reuters - - 14 minutes ago
(Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso is expected to call an election for August 30, paving the way for a possible change in government after more than 50 years of almost unbroken rule by the conservative Liberal Democratic Party.
Reports Say Japan Will Hold Elections Next Month New York Times
Japanese PM to call for general election CNN International
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Bloomberg - - 22 minutes ago
July 13 (Bloomberg) -- South Korea's won and the Kospi stock index both posted their biggest slides since March after a television report that North Korean leader Kim Jong Il is terminally ill.
Report: NKorea's Kim has pancreatic cancer The Associated Press
Times Online - - 14 minutes ago
Gordon Brown will try to rally faltering public support for the war against the Taleban today, as ministers insist that sending more troops would not cut British casualties in Afghanistan.
Memorial service for UK soldiers BBC News
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Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin speaks to supporters in Fairbanks before signing a gun rights bill Friday. Their harsh views conflict with those of grass-roots GOP voters, revealing a serious split within the party.
Palin's Route to Resignation: Missteps and Ignored Advice New York Times
Actions, inactions led to Palin's resignation Dallas Morning News
FOXNews - 1 hour ago
NOVATO, Calif. - A 27-year-old San Francisco Bay area man is suspected of kidnapping his infant daughter after beating the girl's mother to death.
Father sought in Novato girl's abduction San Francisco Chronicle
Police seeking Novato man in murder, child abduction San Jose Mercury News
ABC News - - 1 hour ago
Two men were arrested on murder charges tonight in the killings of a Florida couple who were shot in what investigators said was a surprisingly rapid crime apparently carried out by experienced ...
Video: Arrest Made in Murder of Fla. Couple The Associated Press
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
TOKYO (Dow Jones)--The Nikkei 225 Stock Average fell for the ninth straight session Monday as uncertainties over Japan's political climate more than offset gains in Kirin Holdings and other food stocks, ...
Japan's Suntory Says It Is Considering Merger With Kirin New York Times
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
ZURICH (Reuters) - Analysts and traders gave a cautious welcome on Monday to a request by UBS and the US government to delay a major US tax trial, saying this brings a settlement nearer and could underpin shares.
Justice Dept. wants UBS customer names MiamiHerald.com
UBS, US Talk on Tax Case Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg - - 1 hour ago
July 13 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil fell for a second day as Asian stocks declined, raising speculation that the global recession will sap demand for fuel and increase stockpiles.
OIL FUTURES: Crude Falls Below $59/Bbl On Demand Worries Wall Street Journal
Middle East feels oil price pinch BBC News
CNN - 11 minutes ago
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Florida (CNN) -- NASA will give the launch of the space shuttle Endeavour another try Monday, after having been repeatedly thwarted by the weather and technical malfunctions.
Shuttle Again Delayed Washington Post
Computerworld - - 4 hours ago
Computerworld - Google Inc.'s entry into the operating system business poses the strongest long-term threat in years to the dominance of Microsoft Corp.
Comfort zones: Windows vs. Linux CNET News
CNET News - - 3 hours ago
Although plenty of businesses skipped Windows Vista, a significant number of corporations have no plans to quickly move to Windows 7, according to a new survey.
The Associated Press - - 2 hours ago
Gay Austrian fashion devotee Bruno has landed the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office, though it's uncertain how much staying power he has.
No offense, 'Bruno' is funny Chicago Tribune
New York Daily News - - Jul 11, 2009
Debbie Rowe, the ex-wife of Michael Jackson and biological mother to two of his children, has been keeping relatively quiet since the superstar's death on June 25.
Los Angeles Times - - 4 hours ago
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) has become such a perpetual figure in American politics that it's easy to think of him as more memorial than man, one of the capital's landmarks -- the Mall, the Smithsonian, ...
Man of few 'Words' Boston Herald
A sympathetic look at a senator's life Boston Globe
New York Daily News - - 52 minutes ago
Eun Hee Ji gets doused with champagne after winning the US Open on Sunday in Bethlehem, Pa. BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Eun Hee Ji came out of nowhere and hit the shot of her life late Sunday afternoon, sinking a 20-foot downhill putt on the 18th ...
Eun-Hee Ji wins US Women's Open Philadelphia Inquirer
Ji Wins Open on Final Hole Washington Post
Detroit Free Press - 26 minutes ago
Tampa Bay first baseman and former Tiger Carlos Pena was named as a late addition to the American League All-Star team. Career saves leader Trevor Hoffman of Milwaukee and Pittsburgh left-hander Zach Duke were picked to replace National League ...
Dustin Pedroia takes All-Star pass Boston Herald
Boston Globe - - 1 hour ago
The first half of the Red Sox season ended the way it began, bristling with justified promise as Josh Beckett ruled the mound at Fenway Park, his blank face betraying his supremacy.
Beckett pitches 3-hitter for 100th career victory The Associated Press
Beckett gets career No. 100 Philadelphia Daily News
Bloomberg - - 3 hours ago
July 13 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama, after a week of diplomacy abroad, now faces the possible derailment of his top priority at home, the overhaul of the health-care system.
Concern grows that healthcare overhaul won't cut costs Los Angeles Times
Obama begins health care push USA Today
Reuters - - 9 hours ago
WASHINGTON, July 12 (Reuters) - The United States will spend another $1 billion on ingredients for an H1N1 vaccine, US Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said on Sunday.
$7 million grants to help Tennessee fight swine flu The Tennessean
Health officials fear H1N1 flu... Omaha World-Herald
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
LONDON (Reuters) - Schizophrenia patients given a cheap older drug are less likely to die prematurely than people on newer treatments, despite the older product's well-known adverse side effects, Finnish researchers said on Monday.
Study: Clozapine may have saved schizophrenics The Associated Press
CNN - 19 minutes ago
NEW DELHI, India (CNN) -- At least three cranes collapsed at a New Delhi metro rail construction site Monday, a day after a subway bridge collapsed at the same location and killed at least five people.
Metro accident site hit by new crash The Associated Press
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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) - Hondurans enjoyed their first night of unfettered freedom in two weeks after the interim government lifted a curfew imposed following the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya.
Why Honduras Sent Zelaya Away Wall Street Journal