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Bloomberg - - 1 hour ago
Sept. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe will this week ask investors to plow their money into platinum, chrome and gold projects to help the country recover from a decade-long recession.
Mugabe ally says EU undermining Zimbabwe unity govt Reuters India
New York Times - - 39 minutes ago
OSLO - Norway's left-leaning prime minister, Jens Stoltenberg, wants his nation to renew its commitment to one of the world's most advanced social welfare models, which has weathered the global financial crisis with nary a wobble ...
Norwegians to vote in tight poll BBC News
Jerusalem Post - - 18 minutes ago
By JPOST.COM STAFF Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak urged Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to halt settlement construction during a Cairo meeting on Sunday, Israel Radio reported Monday morning.
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Chicago Tribune - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - -- President Barack Obama on Sunday dismissed the uproar over Rep. Joe Wilson's heckling during the president's speech to a joint session of Congress last week, suggesting it was only a distraction even ...
Video: Joe Wilson: 'One Apology Is Sufficient' The Associated Press
President dismisses uproar over lawmaker's 'You lie!' Detroit Free Press
Washington Post - - 4 hours ago
Norman E. Borlaug, 95, an American plant pathologist who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1970 for starting the "Green Revolution" that dramatically increased food production in developing nations and saved countless people from ...
Farming innovator dies at age 95 Detroit Free Press
Norman Borlaug, Nobel laureate for fighting famine, dies Dallas Morning News
CNN - 10 hours ago
CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) -- Police are investigating the death of the former chief fundraiser for ex-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich as a "death-suicide," an Illinois mayor said Sunday.
Mystery surrounds final hours of former adviser to ex-Illinois ... Fort Worth Star Telegram
Forbes - - 25 minutes ago
TOKYO -- As airlines begin to right themselves after the world's economic downturn knocked down air travel levels over the past year, Asian behemoth Japan Airlines reportedly is talking to both American Airlines and Delta Airlines about joint venture ...
MarketWatch - - 2 hours ago
TEL AVIV (MarketWatch) -- EMC Corp. recruited a key Intel Corp. executive, possibly creating a competition to succeed the chief executive when he retires, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
EMC Nabs Intel Talent; Race Looms For CEO Spot Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 1 hour ago
HONG KONG -- Mainland property developer Glorious Property Holdings Ltd. is seeking to raise up to US$1.53 billion from a Hong Kong initial public offering, a person familiar with the situation said Monday.
Hong Kong falls as most commodity stocks decline MarketWatch
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Southeast Asia's biggest telecom operator, Singapore Telecommunications (STEL.SI), said on Monday it would start to sell a social networking phone model INQ Mini 3G, targeting young ...
LG Gets Its Android On with Sliding GW620 pocketnow.com
Motorola hopes Cliq and motoblur help ignite a turnaround San Francisco Chronicle
PC World - 4 hours ago
Intel on Monday said it had starting sampling Nehalem-based chips code-named Jasper Forest, reaching a milestone in its effort to create smaller and power-efficient chip packages.
Macworld - - 1 hour ago
It seems as if every manufacturer has been trying to emulate the Apple iPod, from product design to the iTunes Store model. Over time, however, this tactic failed: It didn't capture consumers' attention.
The ipod nano: The New Family Video Camera PC Magazine
MTV.com - - 1 hour ago
'I was really excited ... and I kind of wasn't excited anymore,' Swift said backstage. When Kanye West jumped onstage with Taylor Swift while she accepted her award for Best Female Video, the singer was initially excited.
VMA chaos, as usual: Kanye upset, Jackson honored The Associated Press
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - So far, so impressive. After only a handful of fall premieres, broadcasters already have two reasons to celebrate: Fox's "Glee" and the CW's "The Vampire Diaries" debuted to strong numbers last week, ...
Jay Leno's new show is surrounded by drama Los Angeles Times
TV Highlights for Monday, Sept. 14, 2009 Washington Post
MTV.com - - 1 hour ago
'It was a privilege and an honor for me to say what I had to say,' singer says of dedication. By Hillary Crosley, with reporting by Jim Cantiello "Michael Jackson was born in August, 1958," her speech began.
Best and Worst: 2009 MTV Video Music Awards Los Angeles Times
FOXSports.com - - 1 hour ago
Matt Cronin is the managing editor of Inside Tennis magazine and the co-owner of the award-winning tennisreporters.net. NEW YORK - With the vast majority of its stars teetering this year, the women's game needed a player to step up and ...
Washington Times - - 7 minutes ago
NEW YORK | If Juan Martin del Potro wins the US Open on Monday to claim his first Grand Slam title, he certainly will have earned it.
Federer ready for Del Potro test BBC Sport
Roger Federer doesn't miss a trick in semifinal win Los Angeles Times
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
By times staff reports The novel H1N1 flu virus, commonly called swine flu, appears to be no more dangerous than many seasonal flu strains -- but it spreads more easily than many viruses.
Colleges Seeing Lots of Early Flu Washington Post
Schools talk prevention, handling H1N1 flu Wooster Daily Record
New York Times - - Sep 11, 2009
By DONALD G. mcneil Jr. Defying the expectations of experts, clinical trials are showing that the new H1N1 swine flu vaccine protects with only one dose instead of two, so the vaccine supplies now being made will go twice as far as had been predicted.
Questions remain in H1N1 vaccine distribution Los Angeles Times
Evansville Courier & Press - - 2 hours ago
The routes, which include both a 5K (3.1-mile) and a 1-mile course, begin and end on Evansville's Riverfront. Go Takayama / Courier & Press Breast cancer survivors march into the main stage during the survivor recognition parade.
Ask.com Powers Breast Cancer Cause-Search Campaign ReadWriteWeb
Town Hall - - Sep 9, 2009
(12) Only national health care can provide "coverage that will stay with you whether you move, change your job or lose your job" -- as Obama said in a New York Times op-ed.
Slate - - Sep 10, 2009
At the time, Mom's question caught me by surprise: "Have you ever tried marijuana?" she asked, sloshing her coffee around in a mug as we stood together in the kitchen.
Yahoo! News - - Sep 10, 2009
Parents: Stop fretting so much about which high school your youngsters attend or how they score on the SATs. If you want your student to make it to a bachelor's degree, it's far more important for him or ...
CBSSports.com - - Sep 9, 2009
Start 'Em & Sit 'Em is our weekly look at the best and worst matchups from around the NFL and how they might affect lineup decisions for your Fantasy team.
Slate - - Sep 10, 2009
Employment-based health insurance is big trouble, but don't blame Obama Americans who have health insurance, we are told, are largely satisfied with it and terrified of losing it.