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By AP KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Afghan journalists on Thursday blamed what they called a reckless rescue operation by British commandos for a kidnapped colleague's death and said foreign troops had a double standard for Western and Afghan lives.
BBC News - 6 hours ago
The US envoy to Afghanistan has told the BBC that critics of last month's presidential election in the country should not "jump to conclusions".
Afghan Electoral Complaints Commission Throws Out Suspect Votes Voice of America
FOXNews - 1 hour ago
Sept. 9: Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi appeared frail as he received a standing ovation at Tripoli's medical center. Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi received a rousing welcome in his first public appearance - as warm as the hero's welcome he ...
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USA Today - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - President Obama's economic advisers estimated Thursday that the economic stimulus package has saved or created about 1 million jobs, drawing immediate criticism from Republicans.
After a Year of Crisis, Taking Stock Washington Post
White House Reports Stimulus Saved One Million Jobs Wall Street Journal
Reuters - - 5 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Barack Obama will give a speech about the financial crisis on Monday in New York, marking the anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the White House said on Thursday.
Obama to give speech Monday on financial crisis The Associated Press
Newsday - - 3 hours ago
Local police and the href="/topics/federal_bureau_of_investigation">FBI have launched an intensive search for a Yale University graduate student who apparently disappeared just days before she was set to marry a Huntington man this weekend.
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
Growing up in a family of 10 children taught James Gorman to be tough and resilient. He will need those traits to steer Morgan Stanley through life after the financial crisis.
BBC News - 1 hour ago
Business Secretary Lord Mandelson says he is upbeat about the future of the UK Vauxhall plants after they were taken over by a Canadian firm, Magna.
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
By Bloomberg News Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- China's exports fell for a 10th straight month in August, weighing on the government's efforts to spur growth in the world's third-largest economy.
China Aug Indus Growth Picks Up, Price Drops Narrow Wall Street Journal
China's industrial output quickens pace of rise MarketWatch
Washington Post - - 4 hours ago
How well does the new iPod Nano's video camera compare to a standard-definition pocket camcorder? Take a look at samples shot with a Nano, a Flip Mino, an iPhone 3GS, and a Kodak Zi8.
Additions make new iPod Nano San Francisco Chronicle
CNET News - - 1 hour ago
On Thursday morning, Motorola officially introduced its first Google Android device: the Motorola Cliq. The announcement was made by Motorola's co-CEO Sanjay Jha at the Mobilize 09 conference here in San Francisco, who was later joined by Cole Brodman, ...
Motorola Cliq coming in Q4 with Blur social service Computerworld
Los Angeles Times - - 2 hours ago
Retailers such as Barnes & Noble will be able to sell access to the online archive of 10 million out-of-print books to users on any Internet-connected device they choose, the Internet company says.
Official: Book settlement makes 'mockery' of copyright law San Francisco Chronicle
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
By Michael Rozman, Warner Bros. By Marco R. della Cava and Brian Mansfield, USA TODAY She isn't even in the American Idolhot seat yet, but already her appointment as the show's new judge is generating a tiff worthy of a Paula Abdul-Simon Cowell ...
Video: Ellen is New Idol Judge CBSNewsOnline
Kara DioGuardi: I'm a Huge Ellen Fan! E! Online
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
With a little help from their fans, The Beatles again rule the marketplace as Fab Four fever greeted Wednesday's release of the band's remastered catalog and The Beatles: Rock Band.
Beatles take the music industry's sad song and make it better Los Angeles Times
The Associated Press - - 6 hours ago
It's Kate Beckinsale on Ice. In the new cold-blooded suspense flick "Whiteout," the actress plays Carrie Stetko, a US Marshall posted at a remote base in Antarctica.
Reuters - - 4 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Kate Beckinsale has to be one of the most schizoid actors working. She careens from arty dramas like "Snow Angels" to schlock like the "Underworld" vampire series.
Review: 'Whiteout' seems more like a snow job San Francisco Chronicle
Fort Worth Star Telegram - 1 hour ago
Two days after being left off the Presidents Cup roster, Fort Worth resident Rory Sabbatini made captain Greg Norman's decision to not select him for the International team look even more peculiar.
Players Competing With a Sense of Urgency New York Times
Sabbatini states his case in Chicago The Associated Press
Newsday - - 1 hour ago
Juan Martin del Potro continues to make inroads into the upper crust of the game. He took Roger Federer to five sets in the semifinals of the French Open.
Del Potro Defeats Cilic to Reach Semifinals New York Times
US Open tennis | Del Potro advances to semifinals Seattle Times
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON - He is fighting two wars, trying to tame a recession and seeking to remake one-sixth of the American economy by overhauling health care.
Rogge: 2016 race will hinge on 'couple of votes' The Associated Press
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
The Census Bureau added some clarity Thursday to the fierce debate over government's role in health care: Without government intervention, the number of uninsured would have soared last year.
Recession's cost: More in poverty, without health coverage MiamiHerald.com
FOXNews - 1 hour ago
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius hopes to announce within a month the location and scope of demonstration projects to curb frivolous medical lawsuits.
Next Steps for Malpractice Reform Atlantic Online
Famuan - - 1 hour ago
The Onion (satire) - Sep 7, 2009
MADRID—While attending a European press junket Monday for his film Inglourious Basterds, director Quentin Tarantino announced that his next project, Jack Rabbit Slim, will go into production this fall, and will be an homage to his favorite director and ...
New Yorker - - Aug 30, 2009
Cameron Todd Willingham in his cell on death row, in 1994. He insisted upon his innocence in the deaths of his children and refused an offer to plead guilty in return for a life sentence.
FOXSports.com - - Sep 7, 2009
Jay Glazer is a Senior NFL Writer for FOXSports.com on MSN and also appears every week on FOX NFL Sunday as the network's NFL Insider.
Wired News - - Sep 4, 2009
This is the story of Beer Robot, an ugly old fridge that grew into a super geeky kegerator. It started out innocently enough. After work one day at the local brewpub, three Wired.
New York Times Blogs - - Sep 7, 2009
As people age, their bones lose density and they grow ever more vulnerable to osteoporosis, with its attendant risk of a disabling fracture.