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Israel's determination unshaken by rifts with allies

Los Angeles Times -
With Turkey, Egypt, and maybe even the US losing patience with Israel's policies, the external pressure appears to only harden the isolated nation's resolve to go it alone.
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"Mixed bag" for US Muslims since 9/11

CBS News -
Tasawar Awan, owner of Magoo's California Pizza, dispalys one of his pizzas in the kitchen of his restaurant in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Sept.

Witness: With President Bush after the planes hit on Sept 11

Reuters -
President George W. Bush listens as White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card informs him of a second plane hitting the World Trade Center while Bush was conducting a reading seminar at the Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida in this ...

A solemn dedication in Shanksville, Pa. | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-09-11

Philadelphia Inquirer -
As upward of 3000 people convened Saturday to mark the dedication of the Flight 93 National Memorial, there was no forgetting that the fragmentary remains of 40 airline passengers lay just a hundred yards away in a wildflower meadow.

Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry causes family dilemma

Detroit Free Press -
From left, Tom Dalsaso, Tim Mason and Jim McClellan tailgate before Saturday's game at Michigan Stadium. Dalsaso and McClellan are obviously Irish fans.

Cliff Robertson, Oscar-winning actor, dies

San Francisco Chronicle -
AP sources: No sign of US entry for terror plot 09.10.11 Cliff Robertson, the handsome actor who played John F. Kennedy in "PT-109," won an Oscar for "Charly" and was famously victimized in a 1977 Hollywood forgery scandal, ...

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Nearly 200 Killed in Tanzania Ferry Accident

Voice of America -
September 11, 2011 Nearly 200 Killed in Tanzania Ferry Accident VOA News Officials in Tanzania say nearly 200 people were drowned when an overcrowded ferry sank Saturday near Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania.

Arab League chief in Syria for talks with Assad

Washington Post -
BEIRUT - The head of the Arab League met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Saturday to discuss ways of ending the bloodshed in the country, even as activists reported at least five people killed in the government's ...

Gadhafi forces hindering full Libyan takeover

Detroit Free Press -
WADI DINAR, Libya -- Loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi, holed up in one his remaining strongholds, attacked Libyan fighters with mortar rounds and sniper fire on Saturday, a sign of the difficulties former rebels face in taking full control of the vast ...

Japanese minister leaves over nuclear crisis gaffe

The Associated Press -
TOKYO (AP) - Japan's new trade minister resigned Saturday over a remark seen as insensitive to nuclear evacuees, dealing a blow to a government that took office just eight days ago in the hopes it could better tackle the daunting tsunami recovery.

Obama urges service, unity on 9/11 anniversary

Salt Lake Tribune -
AP Washington • Summoning the nation to unity and service, President Barack Obama paid tribute to America's resilience and the sacrifice of its war dead Saturday as the country prepared to mark 10 long years since the horrors of 9/11.

Susquehanna finally starting to recede | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-09-11

Philadelphia Inquirer -
WILKES-BARRE - The waters of the Susquehanna River are finally starting to recede. But the danger of further devastation from Tropical Storm Lee is far from over.

Economists doubt payroll tax cut will create jobs

San Francisco Chronicle -
AP sources: No sign of US entry for terror plot 09.10.11 Economists are generally skeptical about the biggest and most bipartisan part of President Obama's $477 billion plan to help put 14 million people back to work: a large payroll tax cut for ...

Terrorism After Bin Laden Turns to Smaller Strategic Targets

Bloomberg -
A New York City police officer checks for radiation, center, as another checks for paperwork at a checkpoint near Ground Zero on Sept.

Greek default fears return

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Investors were rattled Friday as worries the Greek government may default on its debts resurfaced. Stocks markets in Europe and the United States plunged.

Google Wants Seat at Dinner Table with Zagat Buy

PCWorld -
Google's acquisition of Zagat -- a trusted source of restaurant, hotel and destination reviews -- shows the Internet search leader means business about creating and maintaining original content in a way it ...

Microsoft reinvents flagship software — Windows 8 — for PCs and tablets

The Seattle Times -
Windows 8 is the first Windows system designed from the beginning to run on both PCs and tablets. By Janet I. Tu CREATIONCENTER / AP Microsoft founder Bill Gates looks on as CEO Steve Ballmer speaks at a Windows Vista launch in New York.

Netflix Updates App to Support All Android 2.2 and 2.3 Devices

PC Magazine -
Congratulations, Netflix fan! If you've been waiting for this service to come to your Android device, you're in luck: A new update to the Netflix app now means that the streaming movie service runs on all Android 2.2 and Android 2.3 ...

Motorola Droid Bionic: Top-notch smartphone isn't for everybody [Video]

Los Angeles Times -
The Motorola Droid Bionic is finally in stores and comes with just about every high-end feature a smartphone user could want, as well as a high price.

Timberlake, "Boardwalk Empire" win at Creative Emmys

Reuters -
1 of 4. Justin Timberlake arrives at the 17th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 30, 2011. By Jill Serjeant LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Singer Justin Timberlake took home two more Emmys on Saturday in his burgeoning career ...

Charlie Sheen Roast: Liveblogging Seth MacFarlane, Mike Tyson and #winning

Reuters -
10:20 pm PT: Patrice O'Neal caps off the roast by calling William Shatner an a--hole, comparing Mike Tyson to Muhammad Ali and asking Steve-O to relapse.

Djokovic takes risk, lands in Open final -
Richard Evans has covered tennis since the 1960s, reporting on more than 150 Grand Slams. He is author of 15 books, including the official history of the Davis Cup and the unofficial history of the modern game in "Open Tennis.

In a Show of Power, a Joyful Williams Storms Into the Final

New York Times -
Serena Williams screamed, but it was nothing like the cry that pierced Arthur Ashe Stadium the last time she had appeared in a United States Open semifinal.

Peterson agrees to $100m extension

Boston Globe -
Star running back Adrian Peterson agreed yesterday to a contract extension with the Minnesota Vikings that includes $36 million in guaranteed money and as much as $100 million over the next seven years.

McCarron has plenty of zip for Alabama

Boston Globe -
After losing his helmet, Penn State defender Nick Sukay lost track of Alabama receiver Kevin Norwood on a first-half completion. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) By Ralph D. Russo Associated Press / September 11, 2011 STATE COLLEGE, Pa.

No. 12 South Carolina uses big plays on defense to squeak past Georgia -
The past 10 times South Carolina and Georgia have played, only twice had the final margin been more than 11 points. Saturday's showdown between two teams with SEC East title hopes might go down as the most exciting of the bunch, though.

In the Nation | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-09-11

Philadelphia Inquirer -
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - A pair of spacecraft rocketed toward the moon Saturday on the first mission dedicated to measuring lunar gravity and determining what's inside Earth's orbiting companion - all the way down to the core.

Scientists Reveal How Hummingbirds Sing with Their Tail Feathers [VIDEO]

International Business Times -
The hummingbird, one of the smallest birds famous for its mid-air hovering, has its name derived from a hum it produces during the male hummingbird's courtship ritual.

Piece of falling satellite could hit you -- but it's not likely

Detroit Free Press -
This computer-generated graphic shows space junk in Earth's orbit. Satellite debris could fall anywhere between northern Canada and southern South America.

Astronaut recalls watching disaster from station

Florida Today -
Former NASA astronaut Frank Culbertson was the only American in space during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a position that offered a haunting vantage point on the destruction.

CDC enters probe of listeria outbreak in Nebraska, Colorado

The State Column -
State officials in Colorado and Nebraska spent the weekend probing the causes of an outbreak of listeria that has already killed two people in Colorado.

Osteoporosis Drugs Must State How Long Patients Should Take Them

ThirdAge -
Osteoporosis drugs' time limit is being considered by the FDA amid concerns over unusual fractures and possible high c... Read Moreancer rates linked to the widely-prescribed medicines.

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