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GOP Stands on Health Mask Records as Governors

New York Times -
The three most prominent current or former governors running for president - Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and Jon M. Huntsman Jr. - are firmly united in their commitment to repealing President Obama's health care law.
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Tropical Storm Lee drenches Gulf states with rain

By the CNN Wire Staff New Orleans (CNN) -- Slow-moving Tropical Storm Lee churned toward the Gulf Coast Saturday, dumping heavy rains over the southern parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Documents shed light on CIA, Gadhafi spy ties

CNN International -
Tripoli, Libya (CNN) -- Documents seized at the Libyan intelligence headquarters have revealed a surprisingly close relationship between the CIA and their counterparts in the Gadhafi regime.

Full text: SFPD statement on aiding Apple

Cava22, the San Francisco tequila lounge where, according to a CNET source, an Apple employee lost an unreleased iPhone. After CNET reported earlier this week that an unreleased iPhone had gone missing in a local bar, and that a nearby home had been ...

Early Snaps: Auburn, your defense. Woof. -
Emory Blake's onside kick recovery in the fourth-quarter set up Auburn's game-winning touchdown. (AP) • No. 23 Auburn 42, Utah State 38: The last defending national champion to lose its ensuing season opener was Michigan, which fell 36-20 to Notre Dame ...

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EU Implements Syria Oil Embargo

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BRUSSELS—The European Union formally implemented an oil embargo and fresh sanctions against Syria on Saturday in the most significant move yet to isolate the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Turkey to take Israel to ICJ -
After downgrading ties to former ally for refusing flotilla apology, Ankara vows to pursue legal action at the Hague. Turkey has said it will apply next week for an investigation by the International Court of Justice into the legality of Israel's naval ...

In Libya, one of final Gadhafi strongholds poised to fall -
BENGHAZI, Libya -- One of the last strongholds of ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, the town of Bani Walid, is on the verge of surrender to revolutionary forces, a top official said Saturday, as the new regime issued ...

400000 rally for social justice across the country

Jerusalem Post -
'March of a Million' called "climax" of mass-protest phase; events held in TA, Jerusalem, Haifa, Afula, Karmiel, Eilat; protest organizer Itzik Shmuli: "We're the new Israelis.

Chile Searches For Survivors After Military Plane Crash

Wall Street Journal -
SANTIAGO -- The Chilean Air Force was conducting a massive search-and-rescue operation in the waters surrounding the remote Juan Fernandez archipelago after a military plane with 21 people aboard went down in the Pacific Ocean late ...

Obama Administration Abandons Stricter Air-Quality Rules

New York Times -
WASHINGTON - President Obama abandoned a contentious new air pollution rule on Friday, buoying business interests that had lobbied heavily against it, angering environmentalists who called the move a betrayal and unnerving his own top ...

Sarah Palin speaks like a candidate but keeps them guessing

Los Angeles Times -
Appearing in Iowa, she lambastes 'crony capitalism,' President Obama and career politicians but insists she hasn't decided whether to seek the Republican nomination.

Struggling US Economy Prevents Growth Of Employment Rate

Secaucus New Jersey News -
The crisis experienced in United States economy prevents a growth in US employment. Fears of recession and heavy pressure is mounted to President Barack Obama and the Federal Reserve in order to answer the danger of unemployment in the country.

Samsung pulls Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet from IFA booth

Attendees examined Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet at the IFA show in Berlin yesterday. The device has since been pulled from the company's booth.

NUTS: Justice Department Sues AT&T, Samsung Aims High

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Venice film festival: Contagion is not the final reel for Steven Soderbergh

The Guardian -
Matt Damon, left, and director Steven Soderberg in Venice for the premiere of Contagion. Photograph: Dominique Charriau/WireImage For the many fans of his movies there was good news from the Venice film festivalon Saturday: Steven Soderbergh is ...

Box Office Report: 'The Help' and 'The Debt' To Top Labor Day Chart

Hollywood Reporter -
Defying the odds, the pair of adult dramas are drawing more interest than "Apollo 18" and "Shark Night 3D." In a Labor Day upset, adult-skewing dramas The Help and new entry The Debt are looking to dominate the long holiday weekend, ...

Federer and Williams survive dangerous encounters

Fox News -
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Roger Federer and Serena Williams came through their first real tests at the US Open Saturday in flying colors as the casualty toll at the last grand slam of the year soared to record numbers.

USC football: Trojans vs. Minnesota live updates

Los Angeles Times -
Shut out in the second half, USC held on for a 19-17 season-opening win over Minnesota on Saturday at the Coliseum when Trojans cornerback Torin Harris pulled in an interception near midfield in the final minute.

UH holds off UCLA 38-34 in season opener

Houston Chronicle -
For a little more than three hours, the Houston Cougars gave their fans an eventful ride. It was mostly smooth early on with a few bumps along the way, but in the end, the Cougars were able to arrive ...

Scwartzel, Watson and Scott share lead at Deutsche Bank

Reuters -
1 of 3. Charl Schwartzel of South Africa tees off from on the ninth hole during the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship golf tournament in Norton, Massachusetts September 3, 2011.

Brandon Meriweather, Sammy Morris cut

Mike Reiss and Chris Forsberg have the Patriots blanketed for Check in for constantly updated coverage. Blog All NFL teams had to trim their rosters from 80 to 53 by Saturday's deadline.

New species of ancient rhinoceros found in Tibet

Los Angeles Times -
Paleontologists dig out a fossil that dates to about a million years before other known woolly rhinos. The find casts new light on the evolutionary importance of the Tibetan highlands before the ice age.

Amazon chief's spaceship fails to deliver

When you invest in a book at an online retailer, you expect it to arrive at its destination with all its information intact. But when you invest in a spaceship, you know there's a chance it could blow up, veer off course, float off into space, ...

Aged Mars Rover Makes Unprecedented Observations [PHOTOS]

International Business Times -
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | September 3, 2011 6:20 PM EDT Mars Rover Opportunity got a second wind and has discovered a rock that is "different from any rock ever seen on Mars," said Steve Squyres, principal investigator for Opportunity at Cornell ...

New swine flu cases isolated -
Staying home from work, school and social gatherings if you have flu-like and feverish symptoms to help prevent others from catching your illness.

Stroke Rate Spike in Younger People

The State Column -
A new study indicates that the stroke risk among young people, children and adolescences in the US, is increasing. Previously, strokes appeared to be more common among older people.

Firefighters Take Part In WTC Staircase Race

NY1 -
It was a race to the top Saturday as firefighters climbed 49 flights of stairs inside 7 World Trade Center. It was part of the annual World Police and Fire Games taking place throughout the city.

Man Dies From Toothache, Couldn't Afford Meds

ABC News -
A Cincinnati man without insurance died from a tooth infection because he couldn't afford his medication. (Getty Images) A 24-year-old Cincinnati father died from a tooth infection this week because he couldn't ...

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