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The Associated Press - 46 minutes ago
BRUSSELS - Upcoming talks on Iran's nuclear program will likely be held in Turkey, the EU's chief diplomat Javier Solana said Tuesday.
Ha'aretz - - 35 minutes ago
United States President Barack Obama's special envoy to the Middle East is meeting on Tuesday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem.
Mitchell makes last push for concessions on settlements Jerusalem Post
Los Angeles Times - 41 minutes ago
American Special Forces attack and kill Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, a 30-year-old Kenyan with ties to Al Qaeda, US officials say. Washington - Helicopter-borne US Special Forces attacked and killed a top Al Qaeda-linked suspect in southern Somalia early ...
Elite U.S. Forces Kill Top Al Qaeda Fighter Wall Street Journal
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New York Times - - 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON - Two of the three Republicans in a small group trying to forge a bipartisan compromise on health care have requested numerous major changes in a proposal drafted by the chairman of the Senate Finance ...
Bill Will Address GOP Fears Washington Post
Kingston Daily Freeman - - 34 minutes ago
VOTERS enrolled in political parties in Ulster County and Northern Dutchess will go to the polls today, Primary Day, to choose candidates who will run in November's general election.
GOP hope for 2010: Voters nervous about Obama spending Christian Science Monitor
Republican primaries today Oneida Dispatch
CNN - 58 minutes ago
(CNN) -- When the late Sen. Edward Kennedy was growing up, there was a family edict: Kennedy men don't cry. Rep. Patrick Kennedy, left, and Ted Kennedy Jr.
Video: Senator Edward Kennedy USA Today
Bloomberg - - 31 minutes ago
Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama did Americans a great service yesterday. He boiled down what's wrong with his administration's approach to the financial crisis into a single, symbolic statistic.
Video: Obama Warns Wall Street CBSNewsOnline
For Obama, a Chance to Reform the Street Is Fading New York Times
Reuters - - 30 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Treasury Department is talking to Citigroup Inc about how to sell the roughly one-third stake the government acquired as part of its bailout of the bank, news agency Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Citigroup Explores Bid to Pare U.S. Stake Wall Street Journal
BBC News - 1 hour ago
China has said it does not think its trade disputes with the US will hurt ties between the two countries, playing down the threat of a trade war.
Video: US tariffs on Chinese tire imports spark trade dispute worldfocusonline
Tire Tariffs Are Cheered by Labor New York Times
PC World - - 45 minutes ago
Microsoft's ZuneHD, set to go on sale Tuesday, will not feature an open application store like its competitor the iPod Touch. It will come with some unique features, though, like an HD radio tuner, and with software that has been well-received by users ...
Surprises about the Zune HD CNET News
First look: Zune HD Ars Technica
BBC News - - 31 minutes ago
Wall Street Journal - - 6 hours ago
Microsoft Corp. has closed the technological gap with Adobe Systems Inc. in a battle over software for adding video and animation to Web sites.
Hands-On With Bing Visual Search ChannelWeb
New York Post - - 1 hour ago
By MANDY STADTMILLLER KANYE, the people have spoken - and we are done. You are not the voice of your generation. You are not Jesus Christ.
Kanye West expresses Swift regret on blog and 'The Jay Leno Show' Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - 2 hours ago
Seinfeld and Oprah are a breath of fresh air for the comedian's new show, which feels like anything but. By Mary McNamara TELEVISION CRITIC >>> It's not a good sign when the Bud Light commercial is funnier than the comedy show it interrupts.
New 'Jay Leno'? Nah. And That's the Silver Lining Washington Post
USA Today - - 5 hours ago
By Todd Plitt, USA TODAY By Bob Minzesheimer, USA TODAY NEW YORK - The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown's thriller to be released Tuesday - his first since 2003's The Da Vinci Code— includes a scene that Brown says came from his own life.
Dan Brown returns after 6 year wait San Francisco Chronicle
symbolic odyssey BBC News
Boston Globe - - 24 minutes ago
FOXBOROUGH - The wall of television cameras in front of Patriots tight end Benjamin Watson left Tom Brady and Randy Moss a sliver of separation in a crowded postgame locker room.
With help from Bills, Brady leads comeback win FOXSports.com
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
(09-14) 23:14 PDT -- You know all that stuff I and everyone else said about the Raiders during the wild and rocky preseason? It will take all week to sort it out.
Instant Replay and the Raiders Kansas City Star
Boston Globe - - 24 minutes ago
He was served an eviction notice from a playroom called Arthur Ashe Stadium to which he thought he had a lifetime title. It had become an annual custom for Roger Federer: drop in on New York like a one-man fireworks display, ...
A Five-Set Reward for the Young and the Weary at the US Open New York Times
Washington Post - 1 hour ago
Welcome, Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Thanks for joining us today. SECRETARY SEBELIUS: Sure, glad to be with you.
Prepare for flu, small companies urged Boston Globe
Reuters - - 7 hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - Your shower may not be getting you as clean as you think with a US study finding many showerheads are dirty and may be covering you in a daily dose of bacteria that could make you sick.
Washington Post - - 3 hours ago
That's no nanny-state overreach, they insist. It's about as slight an inconvenience as the city can muster. "We're really not asking them to go too far out of their way," said Burt Hall, Rockville's director of recreation and parks.
Possible park ban burns some TheNewsTribune.com
Politico - - Sep 10, 2009
Republicans worry they're becoming known less for their ideals and more for the pettiness of their vitriol. Illustration by Matt Wuerker Joe Wilson's outburst Wednesday night earned more than a personal rebuke from ...
New York Times - - Sep 9, 2009
OUT OF THE MAINSTREAM At work in J Street's offices in Washington, from left: Isaac Luria, campaigns director; Rachel Lerner; Daniel Kohl; Jeremy Ben-Ami.
CNN - - Sep 11, 2009
(CNN) -- The temptation to eat a lot during Ramadan, the Muslim holy month of fasting, is great, but Saiful Khandker makes a conscious effort to not overdo it.
Forbes - - Sep 10, 2009
For several months now, the American people--as if exhorted by the ghost of William F. Buckley (no particular hero of mine)--have been standing athwart the Democratic agenda of socialized medicine, yelling, "Stop!
New York Times - - Sep 11, 2009
Yes, the financial system almost collapsed because mortgage bankers and brokers told lies about loan terms and loosened standards in dangerous ways, and investment bankers packaged those loans into bonds that were far more toxic than ...