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Obama Plan to Cut Deficit Will Trim Spending by $3 Trillion

New York Times -
WASHINGTON - President Obama will unveil a deficit-reduction plan on Monday that uses entitlement cuts, tax increases and war savings to reduce government spending by more than $3 trillion over the next 10 years, ...
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Plane in Reno crash had 'radical' changes

CBS News -
A P-51 Mustang airplane is shown upside down right before crashing into the stands at the Reno Air show on Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, in Reno Nevada.

Libyans fail to agree new government

Reuters -
1 of 16. An anti-Gaddafi fighter shouts ''God is Greatest'' after he came back from the frontline at a strategic checkpoint north of the besieged Libyan city of Bani Walid September 18, 2011.

More Pressure on UBS Chief

Wall Street Journal -
ZURICH—With some Swiss politicians calling for the resignation of UBS AG Chief Executive Officer Oswald Grübel in the wake of the bank's trading scandal, the pressure from Swiss politicians on the lender to scale down, or even spin off, ...

Ryan throws 4 TDs, Falcons rally past Eagles 35-31

Atlanta Journal Constitution -
AP ATLANTA - Matt Ryan threw a career-high four touchdown passes and the Atlanta Falcons rallied to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 35-31 after Michael Vick was knocked out with an injury late in the third quarter Sunday night.

Ty Burrell & Julie Bowen Bask in Emmy Love

People Magazine -
The Primetime Emmy Awards kept things modern Sunday night, awarding the first two trophies of the telecast, live from LA's Nokia Theatre, to Modern Family stars Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell for their outstanding ...

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Landslides block rescue efforts after India quake

Reuters -
The blood stains of a victim is seen on the ground after the wall surrounding the British Embassy collapsed on top of a car and people who were passing by during the 6.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Kathmandu September 18, 2011.

News analysis: Mideast issues more problematic for Obama

USA Today -
WASHINGTON - When President Obama addressed the United Nations General Assembly last year, he suggested optimistically that maybe the next year, the body would get to celebrate an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement that ...

Deal to free 2 Americans jailed in Iran hits snag

Los Angeles Times -
From AP A bail-for-freedom deal for two Americans jailed as spies in Iran hit a snag Sunday because a judge whose signature is needed on the bail papers was on vacation, the prisoners' lawyer said, dashing hopes for their immediate release.

26 protesters killed, hundreds injured in Yemen

Thousands of anti-regime protesters rally in Sanaa, Yemen, on Friday. Security forces reportedly shot 200 marchers Sunday. Sanaa, Yemen (CNN) -- At least 26 protesters were killed and more than 550 were injured, hundreds by gunshot, when security ...

Deputies: Man runs in church, shoots pastors after killing wife

Orlando Sentinel -
Two church pastors were critically injured when a 57-year-old Polk County man with a criminal record went on a "mad rage" and opened fire at a church Sunday morning after killing his wife inside their home, ...

Police: Trucker killed 3 prostitutes across South

USA Today -
COLUMBIA, SC (AP) - Long-haul trucker John Boyer's gray beard and round face give him a grandfatherly appearance, but when he opens his mouth, he seethes with anger toward women.

Europe nears decision moment on debt crisis

Boston Globe -
FRANKFURT - Europe appeared to be lurching toward a moment of decision in its sovereign debt crisis yesterday, as Greece struggled to meet conditions for further aid amid rising German impatience with the cost.

Federal Reserve runs risk of doing less than expected

Economic Times -
WASHINGTON: Investors have concluded that the Federal Reserve will announce new measures to promote economic growth after a meeting of its policymaking committee ends Wednesday.

Euro, Asia Stocks Fall as Gold Climbs

Bloomberg -
US dollar bills and euro notes are seen arranged for a photograph in Frankfurt. Photographer: Hannelore Foerster/Bloomberg Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Andrew Pease, a Sydney-based senior investment ...

Chinese Protesters Accuse Solar Panel Plant of Pollution

New York Times -
Protesters and police officers faced off on Saturday at a plant in the Chinese province of Zhejiang. The unrest began Thursday. By SHARON LaFRANIERE BEIJING - In a fresh indication of growing public anger over pollution, hundreds of demonstrators in ...

Windows 8 on Intel will be tough to beat

Intel will be as strong as ever despite the emergence of an alternative platform for Windows 8. That's my forecast after bouncing between Northern and Southern California this week and attending two major tech conferences--the Intel Developer Forum in ...

Google Girds for a Grilling

Wall Street Journal -
Google Inc. is taking no chances as its executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, prepares to face a Senate hearing Wednesday on whether the company is abusing its dominance in Internet search.

Emmys 2011: Charlie Sheen makes nice

Los Angeles Times -
The Charlie Sheen redemption tour continued with an appearance on the Emmy Awards Sunday night, with the actor offering an olive branch to his former colleagues, whom he had relentlessly trashed on TV, ...

Baldwin Pulls Out of Emmy Skit After Joke Cut

Wall Street Journal -
The "30 Rock" star pulled out of a skit on Sunday's Emmy broadcast after a joke about News Corp. Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch was cut from a segment he had taped to open the show, which Fox is broadcasting.

The 2011 Emmy Red Carpet

USA Today -
Television's hottest stars stepped up their style to strut down the red carpet at Sunday's Emmy Awards. Click ahead to see your favorite stars.

'Lion King' roars in 3-D -
LOS ANGELES -- A 3-D version of "The Lion King," which first bowed two dimensionally in theaters 17 years ago, took the box-office crown this weekend.

Modern Family's Sarah Hyland Clears Up That Whole Lea Michele Controversy

E! Online -
It's all fun and games until you mess with someone's red carpet pose! Modern Family's Sarah Hyland took time during her red carpet interview with our own Giuliana Rancic to defend her recent Lea Michele impersonation, which she made while making a ...

Brady and Patriots Make the Most of the Chargers' Mistakes

New York Times -
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - If New England's opponent Sunday were one that was less prone to self-inflicted mistakes, odd play-calling and general misfortune, maybe the Patriots would have been in danger of losing a game they appeared to have ...

College football appears headed toward four superconferences

AZ -
There was irony in the passing Friday of Dave Gavitt, the former Providence College basketball coach who founded the Big East Conference and served as its commissioner.

NFL roundup: Cam Newton was good, Packers were better

Deseret News -
AP CHARLOTTE, NC - Aaron Rodgers threw for 308 yards and two scores, while the Green Bay Packers withstood another 400-yard passing day from Carolina rookie Cam Newton to beat the Panthers 30-23 on Sunday.

Tony Romo changes perceptions

SAN FRANCISCO -- While his teammates sprinted to celebrate Jesse Holley's 77-yard catch-and-run in overtime, Tony Romo mustered only a feeble fist pump as he gingerly walked the length of the field.

Chase race postponed to noon ET Monday -
JOLIET, Ill. -- Sunday's rain at Chicagoland Speedway forced NASCAR to postpone the opening race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.

Beaver teeth found are 7m years old

The Press Association -
A fossil found on government land is the earliest record of living beavers in North America. The pair of teeth was found on Bureau of Land Management property in north-east Oregon.

Pieces of Defunct NASA Satellite May Hit Earth This Week

International Business Times -
By IB Times Staff Reporter | September 18, 2011 11:25 PM EDT A defunct NASA satellite is expected to re-enter Earth's atmosphere on Friday, Sept.

A one in 10m success as twins joined at head are separated

Daily Mail -
By Daily Mail Reporter Rital and Ritag Gaboura, who are 11 months old, survived at odds of one in 10million. They had four complex operations at London's Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

Chronic disease to cost $47 trillion by 2030: WEF

Reuters -
LONDON (Reuters) - The global economic impact of the five leading chronic diseases -- cancer, diabetes, mental illness, heart disease, and respiratory disease -- could reach $47 trillion over the next 20 years, according to a study by ...


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