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Times Online
Hurricane Ike Batters Southeast Texas, Galveston Is Hit Hard
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
Category 2 storm comes ashore on Galveston Island, where officials brace for potential catastrophe. Widespread damage, flooding reported in Houston area.
Ike's economic damage may be less than feared MSNBC
Kansas City Star - Reuters - Fort Worth Star Telegram - Houston Chronicle
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LA train crash kills 24, human error blamed
Reuters - 48 minutes ago
By Deena Beasley LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - At least 24 people were killed in the head-on crash of a commuter train and a freight train near Los Angeles that officials on Saturday attributed to the failure of the passenger train engineer to stop at a red ...
Metrolink crash: How trains navigate the tracks Los Angeles Times
San Diego Union Tribune - The Associated Press - Bloomberg - ABC7Chicago.com
all 5,029 news articles »

Boston Globe
Anti-Palin rally draws hundreds in Alaska
USA Today - 1 hour ago
ANCHORAGE (AP) - Hundreds of people protesting the policies of Republican vice presidential candidate and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin lined a busy street on Saturday, waving signs and chanting "Obama!
Palin says farewell to home state to campaign solo The Associated Press
McCain wrong on Palin earmarks Los Angeles Times
Reuters - Atlantic Online - New York Times - Newsweek
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Wall Street Journal
Russian troops withdraw in western Georgia
AFP - 1 hour ago
POTI, Georgia (AFP) - Russian troops pulled out of encampments in western Georgia on Saturday as the shooting of a Georgian policeman highlighted tensions over a European disengagement plan.
Tbilisi claims ethnic cleansing of Georgians International Herald Tribune
Bombardment by bias Financial Times
United Press International - PRESS TV - Voice of America - CNN
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BBC News
19 held in China's baby formula case
United Press International - 26 minutes ago
BEIJING, Sept. 13 (UPI) -- A Chinese official said Saturday 19 people were detained and 78 were questioned in the probe into tainted infant formula that sickened hundreds of babies.
China Detains 19 After 432 Babies Poisoned by Contaminated Milk Powder Voice of America
The Associated Press - ABC Online - BBC News - Food Consumer
all 2,211 news articles »

Monsters and Critics.com
New Delhi Rocked by Blasts in 3 Markets; 18 Killed (Update1)
Bloomberg - 1 hour ago
By Pratik Parija and Bibhudatta Pradhan Sept. 13 (Bloomberg) -- India's capital New Delhi was rocked by blasts in three busy market areas, killing at least 18 people, the worst bomb attack in the country since 50 people were killed in the city of ...
Explosions kill 30 in New Delhi United Press International
New Delhi blasts kill 3, injure dozens CNN
The Observer - Monsters and Critics.com - Daily Times - Times of India
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ABC News
New rules would give FBI more freedom in US operations
Los Angeles Times - 20 hours ago
Agents would be allowed to conduct physical surveillance in a public location, recruit and deploy informants, and conduct interviews without identifying themselves.
Terror Plan Would Give FBI More Power New York Times
FBI Seeks to Loosen Restrictions Wall Street Journal
Washington Post - ABC News - Kansas City Star - Reuters
all 219 news articles »

BBC News
Days Before Scandal, Interior Got Ethics Award
Washington Post - Sep 12, 2008
Oh, the irony. Just before the Department of Interior's inspector general released reports that laid bare the oil-and-sex scandal in the department's oil royalties office this week, Interior won an annual award from the federal Office of Government ...
Pelosi Sets Minerals Agency 'Integrity' Plan Wall Street Journal
Chevron caught up in oil agency scandal San Francisco Chronicle
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Family's 2 pit bulls kill infant in Nevada home
The Associated Press - 1 hour ago
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A family's two pit bulls burst into the house from the backyard to attack a 4-month girl, mauling her to death even as her grandmother tried to escape with the baby into another room, police said.
Infant killed by family pit bulls in NLV San Jose Mercury News
Pet pit bulls maul NLV 4-month-old to death Las Vegas Review - Journal
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Wall Street Journal
Bankers and US Map Out Options in Lehman Crisis
New York Times - 1 hour ago
By VIKAS BAJAJ As Lehman Brothers raced to find a buyer on Saturday, federal officials and Wall Street chieftains mapped out options to prevent an abrupt collapse of the crippled bank and arrest the downward spiral threatening other financial companies ...
Doubts on Lehman's ability to reach deal Financial Times
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New York Daily News
Gas Prices Rise as Industry Assesses Storm Damage
New York Times - 4 hours ago
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS HOUSTON - Gasoline prices rose Saturday by an average of five cents a gallon across the country as the oil industry anticipated disruptions at several refineries along the Texas coast because of Hurricane Ike.
Over 1.4 mln bpd gasoline output lost by Ike-EIA Reuters
Ike may push gas prices close to $4 The Associated Press
MarketWatch - WIFR - CNNMoney.com - South Carolina Now
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Boston Globe
5 Pioneering Scientists Win Lasker Medical Prizes
New York Times - 1 hour ago
By LAWRENCE K. ALTMAN Akira Endo, a Japanese scientist whose discovery of the first cholesterol-lowering statin drug helped extend the lives of millions of people, is one of five winners of this year’s Lasker Awards for medical research, ...
Renowned Stanford Microbe Hunter Stanley Falkow to Receive a 2008 ... MarketWatch
Statin pioneer, gene experts win US medical awards Reuters
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ABC News
Obama steers clear of Palin as he gets tougher on McCain
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
The Democratic nominee takes a more aggressive stance against his Republican opponent, making his silence on the Alaska governor all the more conspicuous.
Today on the presidential campaign trail The Associated Press
Palin Speculates About Obama and Clinton Washington Post
Seattle Times - CNN Political Ticker - ToTheCenter.com - International Herald Tribune
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Obama aide: McCain running "least honorable campaign" in modern ...
CNN - 4 hours ago
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN) -- Sen. Barack Obama's spokesman on Saturday accused Sen. John McCain of "cynically running the sleaziest and least honorable campaign in modern presidential campaign history.
Obama scales back campaign events in Ike's wake The Associated Press
Bloomberg - Boston Globe - MSNBC - ABC News
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Sydney Morning Herald
Palin never in Iraq, campaign now says
CNN - 2 hours ago
(CNN) -- Sarah Palin did not visit troops in Iraq, a spokesperson for the Republican vice presidential nominee confirmed Saturday, as new details emerged about the extent of the Alaska governor's foreign travel.
Obama camp suggests lies over Palin visit to Iraq The Associated Press
The Palin-Whatshisname Ticket New York Times
Washington Post - FOXNews - CNN Political Ticker - Monthly Review
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CBS News
The Cloud’s Chrome Lining
Newsweek - 8 hours ago
By Brian Braiker | NEWSWEEK With the formal beta launch of Chrome, Google is trying to redraw the browser-war battlelines. But with Microsoft's Internet Explorer dominating 72 percent of the market share, why take them on—especially considering IE's ...
Google Chrome: An Introduction TrustedReviews
Firefox 3.1 Adds 'Porn Mode' Private Browsing InformationWeek
CNET News - Washington Post - eFluxMedia - Computerworld
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Ars Technica
Spore, Dividing Cells and Opinions
Washington Post - 20 minutes ago
Screenshots from Will Wright's highly anticipated new computer game, show what its game publisher Electronic Arts is touting as "a universe in a box.
Spore Piracy Soars in Spite of DRM 1UP.com
'Spore' doing well in first week CNET News
ReadWriteWeb - Ars Technica - Gamasutra - Neoseeker
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Sydney Morning Herald
New Seinfeld, Gates Microsoft ad kinda sorta makes sense
Los Angeles Times - 4 hours ago
When last we saw new friends Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates, in the first installment of the new Microsoft ad campaign, they were leaving a shopping mall where they'd run into each other at a discount shoe store.
Microsoft Launches 2nd Seinfeld Salvo Adweek
Bill Gates is no George Costanza CNET News
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Burn After Reading' Never Ignites
Washington Post - Sep 12, 2008
Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Frances McDormand star in this Coen brothers movie about a pair of gym employees who discover the secret memoirs of a CIA agent (John Malkovich).
Joel Coen, Ethan Coen JustPressPlay
'Burn After Reading': Mixed Nuts, By Kurt Loder MTV.com
Chicago Sun-Times - eFluxMedia - FlickDirect - New York Times
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Los Angeles Times
Ike Forces Obama to Scrap SNL Premiere
E! Online - 7 hours ago
The presidential hopeful is postponing tonight's appearance on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live due to Hurricane Ike, which has ravaged Texas' Gulf Coast.
Barack Obama Cancels SNL Appearance People Magazine
Political Comeback on Saturday Night Live New York Times
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Camera-bugged Kanye West is unlikely to face felony rap
New York Daily News - 18 hours ago
BY NANCY DILLON LOS ANGELES - Kanye West may have snapped on the paparazzi, but his bad boy behavior may not rise to the level of felony, a law enforcement source said.
Kanye's in Hawaii, Hasn't Lei'd Down With Mac Yet E! Online
Councilmen request that LAX evaluates its handling of paparazzi Los Angeles Times
TheCelebrityCafe.com - TMZ.com - Reuters - Chicago Tribune
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Ravens-Texans Game Postponed
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
The NFL has postponed Monday night's Ravens-Texans game in Houston because of damage to Reliant Stadium caused by Hurricane Ike.
SMU is refuge for UH's home game away from home Dallas Morning News
Bye weeks shuffled to accommodate Ravens-Texans postponement Sports Network
The Associated Press - Pro Football Weekly - WYMT
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Washington Post
Threats Kept Coming, but Georgia Escapes With a Victory
New York Times - 47 minutes ago
By RAY GLIER COLUMBIA, SC - It is the Southeastern Conference, so before No. 2 Georgia could even think about No. 1 USC, the Bulldogs had to deal with the USC on this side of the country and in a neighboring state.
Moreno, Georgia exact revenge on South Carolina Sports Network
Bulldogs realistic in narrow escape. ESPN
Atlanta Journal Constitution - The Associated Press - Red and Black - Dawg Post
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Washington Post
Ohio State Buckeyes at USC Trojans
The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com - 2 hours ago
Southern California leads the all-time series with the Buckeyes by an 11-9-1 count. The first meeting between the two schools was a 13-12 USC home victory in 1937.
Buckeyes' Wells out for game against No. 1 Trojans The Associated Press
Reporting from the Center of the Universe ESPN
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Homosexuals, Blacks Bear the Heaviest Burden of HIV Infections
eFluxMedia - 13 hours ago
By Anna Boyd A new report on HIV infections released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reinforces what was previously said last month during the 17th International AIDS Conference held in Mexico City.
HIV Infection Rate For Young Black Gay Men At Alarming Levels, CDC ... AHN
Study Confirms That Black Men Are More in Danger from HIV ToTheCenter.com
New York Times - U.S. News & World Report - The State - Washington Post
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The Money Times
Health Highlights: Sept. 13, 2008
Washington Post - 10 hours ago
Gardasil, the vaccine used to guard against cervical cancer, has been approved for similar use against two more gynecological malignancies.
New Information on Drug’s Label New York Times
Gardasil Approved to Target More Cancers WebMD
eFluxMedia - USA Today - Forbes - Bloomberg
all 140 news articles »

LA County sees an upward trend in West Nile infections
Los Angeles Times - 18 hours ago
By Mary Engel, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Jack Austin doesn't remember a mosquito biting him. The 72-year-old Duarte resident also doesn't remember the nine days he spent in the hospital in July or much of the 20 days he spent in rehab in August, ...
West Nile Virus Spreads in Los Angeles County eFluxMedia
California records year's fourth West Nile death San Jose Mercury News
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