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Perry faces his debate debut

By the CNN Wire Staff Los Angeles (CNN) -- Eight Republican presidential candidates will take part in Wednesday night's debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, but all eyes will be on the new kid -- Texas Gov.
Texas Tribune

Russian jet carrying hockey team crashes, 43 dead

Yaroslavl Lokomotiv, one of the KHL's strongest teams, has been destroyed by tragedy. (AP Photos) For hockey fans, the beginning of a new season is always a joyous time, but with so much sadness infusing the sport this summer, it seems as if it will be ...

If Bartz Can't Turn Yahoo Around, Who Can?

InformationWeek -
When I was a cub reporter in the early 1990s at PC Week, I grew to know her as the fabulously successful chairman and CEO of Autodesk, then a phenomenal turnaround story.

Footprints and flags on moon won't last forever -
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin stands on the lunar surface after planting an American flag during the first moon landing in 1969. By Denise Chow When a NASA probe in orbit around the moon captured close-up photographs of several Apollo landing sites, ...

Some Libyan rebels fear potential tribal war

Between Bani Walid And Misrata, Libya (CNN) -- Ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has been surrounded and has no way of leaving the area, Anees al-Sharif, a spokesman for the Tripoli Military Council, told CNN on Wednesday.

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The deadly dilemma of Libya's missing weapons

Christian Science Monitor -
Human Rights Watch discovered several weapons-storage sites in Libya where surface-to-air missiles are missing, raising concerns that the weapons could arm an Iraq-style insurgency.

Delhi terror target, had input in July: Chidambaram

Times of India -
NEW DELHI: Hours after the high intensity blast outside the Delhi High Court, Union home minister P Chidambaram said that Delhi was a target for terrorist groups, admitting that the incident had taken place even though the Capital was on high alert.

Homs under heavy fire after Arabi visit delayed

The Daily Star -
AMMAN/DAMASCUS: Syrian forces backed by tanks killed at least 14 civilians in the city of Homs Wednesday in one of the fiercest military assaults on an urban center during the crackdown on six months of pro-democracy protests, activists and residents ...

Obama telephones Perry on Texas wildfires

The Associated Press -
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama has telephoned Gov. Rick Perry, one of the Republicans who want Obama's job, to express concern for residents threatened by one of the most destructive wildfires in Texas history.

Deaths from IHOP shooting "hit real hard"

CBS News -
Officials investigate the scene of a shooting in an IHOP restaurant in Carson City, Nev., on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011. A gunman with a rifle opened fire at a International House of Pancakes restaurantkilling three people including two uniformed National ...

Three tropical cyclones spin in Atlantic, Gulf

Reuters -
MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Nate sprang to life in the western Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, Tropical Storm Maria formed in the Atlantic and Hurricane Katia churned up surf along Bermuda and the US East Coast, forecasters said.

FOREX-Euro climbs, but ECB meeting looms; US dollar down

Reuters -
NEW YORK, Sept 7 (Reuters) - The euro rallied on Wednesday as sovereign debt worries abated temporarily after a German court backed the country's role in euro zone bailouts, though gains may be limited ahead of a European ...

German Court Rejects Challenges to Euro Bailouts

New York Times -
KARLSRUHE, Germany - Germany's ability to come to the rescue of troubled European partners won crucial backing from the country's constitutional court on Wednesday, a victory for Chancellor Angela Markel that also provided at least a ...

Economic Prescriptions Unlikely to Deliver a Fix

Wall Street Journal -
For all the time spent on the stimulus-versus-austerity debate, the most likely outcome is neither. Lately, US policy makers have shifted from taking a half-step toward austerity to a half-step back toward stimulus.

Berlusconi Austerity Plan Passes Senate in Bid to Appease ECB, Investors

Bloomberg -
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's revised 54 billion-euro ($76 billion) austerity plan was approved by the Senate as the government seeks to convince investors and the ...

Cracked digital certificates endanger 'web of trust' -
One stolen Google website authentication certificate would have been reason enough for Web users to worry, but it turns out last week's security breach at the Dutch certificate authority DigiNotar is far more damaging than first ...

Costco to Sell Droid Bionic for $280, With Free Accessories

PC Magazine -
Verizon settled a nine-month score on Wednesday when it announced the high-end Droid Bionic, the world's first dual-core, LTE smartphone.

Google steps up patent fight with Apple

San Jose Mercury News -
HTC filed infringement claims against Apple (AAPL) on Wednesday using patents it purchased from Google (GOOG) last week. The nine patents originated with Palm, Motorola and Openwave Systems, with Google taking ownership ...

'Sons of Anarchy' attracts record audience

Entertainment Weekly -
Great return for Sons of Anarchy: The fourth season premiere on Tuesday attracted its largest audience ever. Nearly 5 million total viewers and 3.22 million adults 18-49 tuned into the episode that began with the members of SAMCRO ...

Rachel Uchitel Hires Oksana's Lawyers Over 9/11 Story -
TMZ has learned ... Rachel Uchitel has hired Daniel Horowitz and Marty Garbus -- the attorneys who represented Oksana Grigorieva in her epic custody battle against Mel Gibson -- to go after the New York Post over a story insinuating she was happy her ...

Jessica Simpson Denies Breast Reduction

People Magazine -
Tabloid reports recently surfaced that the pop star would undergo a breast reduction in anticipation of her wedding, but Simpson took to Twitter to set the record straight.

NBC News' Andrea Mitchell Reveals Breast Cancer Battle

E! Online -
NBC News' chief foreign affairs correspondent—and wife of former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan—revealed on the air today that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Manning won't play vs Texans, streak ends

Houston Chronicle -
FILE- This Aug. 19, 2011 file photo shows Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning walking off the field following an NFL preseason football game against the Washington Redskins in Indianapolis.

Big 12 schools standing in way of Texas A&M's move to SEC

USA Today -
Some Big 12 schools will not give up their legal rights to sue and clear the way Texas A&M to leave the league for the Southeastern Conference.

US Open: All men's matches for Wednesday canceled

Los Angeles Times -
The US Open announced that all the men's tennis matches on Wednesday's schedule have been canceled because of the rain. Still on tap, technically, is a night session that will have four women's quarterfinals, including the one between three-time ...

NASA Needs More Astronauts

Fox News -
The United States must maintain a strong astronaut corps, even though human space flight has been temporarily stalled for NASA and many astronauts have retired or quit this year, argues a new report from the National Research Council ...

Report urges end to deep sea fishing -
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UPI) -- Leading marine scientists from around the world are recommending an end to most commercial fishing in the deep sea, a US marine conservation group says.

Drinking Could Help Stop Disease

RTT News -
Data collected in the Nurses' Health Study revealed that women that drink the equivalent of a beer or small glass of wine each day were less likely to get diseases like heart disease, cancer and diabetes at an older age.

QB Eli Manning to have longest active start streak

Boston Globe -
AP Sports Writer / September 7, 2011 EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ—The streak for the most consecutive starts among active quarterbacks is going to stay in possession of the Manning family.

Medication more effective than stenting in stroke patients, study finds

Los Angeles Times -
The surgery resulted in a higher incidence of a second stroke and death, researchers report. By Shari Roan, Los Angeles Times People at high risk of suffering a second stroke appear to fare better on a meticulous regimen of medications rather than ...

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