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CNN International - 12 minutes ago
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (CNN) -- The Honduran government extended a nationwide curfew to 36 hours Tuesday, as the country awaits the consequence of the surprise return of deposed President Jose Manuel Zelaya.
Honduras tense as crisis reignites MiamiHerald.com
New York Times - - 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON - President Obama is exploring alternatives to a major troop increase in Afghanistan, including a plan advocated by Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.
Congress Presses on War Plan Wall Street Journal
The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
NEW YORK - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday in an Associated Press interview that he will seek leniency for three American hikers who strayed across the Iranian border, and he urged President Barack Obama to see Iran as a potential ...
Staying away from the Iranians Jerusalem Post
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USA Today - - 58 minutes ago
By Susan Walsh, AP By John Fritze, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - Lawmakers in both parties remained skeptical of a plan to change the nation's health care system despite a push by a key architect of the legislation Tuesday to boost benefits for middle-class ...
Video: Fmr CBO Director on Health Bill Costs Fox Business
USA Today - - 1 hour ago
By Evan Semon, Reuters By Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - Federal authorities have issued an unusual flurry of bulletins to police departments across the country warning that sports stadiums, entertainment complexes, hotels and transit systems ...
Stadiums, hotels put on alert Austin American-Statesman
Terror case spurs local action The San Francisco Examiner
The Associated Press - - 3 hours ago
NEW YORK - Former President Bill Clinton opened his annual summit on pressing global issues with a call for attendees to support political and economic efforts toward climate sustainability.
Washington Post - 11 minutes ago
New York Times - - 2 hours ago
SINCE Carol Bartz became chief executive of Yahoo in January, she has struggled to get past the image of the Internet portal as a beleaguered company that has been outsmarted by nimbler rivals and is fighting for survival.
Can We Please Have Jerry Back? Washington Post
Yahoo's $100 Million Ad Blitz BusinessWeek
New York Times - - 5 hours ago
Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase, two of the nation's biggest banks, announced plans on Tuesday to drastically overhaul their debit card programs by lowering or eliminating fees, changing the way they credit transactions and allowing ...
Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase to Further Limit Overdraft Fees Washington Post
eWeek - - 1 hour ago
Wired News - - 7 hours ago
On the same day the FCC announced it would start formal proceedings to turn anti-discrimination guidelines into the law ruling the internet, the commission told a federal court judge that its current, ad-hoc rules are good enough to ...
Obama Supports Net Neutrality Plan PC Magazine
FCC Head Net Neutrality Remarks Spark Reaction InformationWeek
Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
SEOUL -- South Korea's communications regulator decided Wednesday to allow the sale of Apple Inc.'s iPhone, a government spokesman said, lifting a technical requirement that had blocked the product.
South Korea approves sale of Apple's iPhone The Associated Press
Washington Post - - 8 hours ago
The Associated Press - - 3 hours ago
LOS ANGELES - The attorney for a doctor who treated the late model Anna Nicole Smith says Dr. Sandeep Kapoor is openly gay and that she is outraged by claims in search warrant affidavits that he had a sexual relationship with Smith.
ABC News - - 43 minutes ago
Actress Mackenzie Phillips's life has been synonymous with disaster from her stalled career to her crippling drug addiction. Mackenzie Phillips, of the 1970's sitcom "One Day at a Time, " appears on the the NBC ...
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MLB.com - - 14 minutes ago
KANSAS CITY -- Sitting by his locker, David Ortiz leaned back in his seat and gave his typical round smile. The question was a simple one, and Ortiz had a simple answer.
Zack Greinke puts on show Boston Herald
Greinke picks up 15th win as Royals beat Bosox 5-1 The Associated Press
MLB.com - - 2 hours ago
CHICAGO -- The Twins went through a stretch earlier this month where runs were hard to come by, and that was with their everyday leadoff man and cleanup hitter in the lineup.
Twins-White Sox Preview CBSSports.com
Cuddyer, Tolbert homer to lead Twins over Chicago The Associated Press
Minneapolis Star Tribune - - 1 hour ago
Lisa Koonin, senior adviser for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Influenza Coordination Unit, spoke to business and health care leaders in Minneapolis Tuesday about H1N1 preparedness.
Doctor Says Russia Understating Swine-Flu Cases Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 6 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--US Food and Drug Administration officials warned companies Tuesday to think twice about circumventing a new ban on certain flavored-cigarettes by introducing similar products ...
FDA bans cigarettes with fruit, candy or clove flavors Los Angeles Times
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
Only two in 10 Americans say their health insurance coverage and the quality of the health care they receive will improve if a bill passes Congress this year, despite President Obama's promises to improve the system for those ...
Video: Let the People Reform Health Care Fox Business
Health, Race And Obama Forbes
FOXSports.com - Sep 19, 2009
AP PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) - South Africa's top track official apologized Saturday for denying knowledge of gender tests done on champion runner Caster Semenya in South Africa, saying he lied to protect the athlete's privacy.
Boston Globe - - Sep 12, 2009
Since the global financial system started unraveling in dramatic fashion two years ago, distinguished economists have suffered a crisis of their own.
The Onion (satire) - Sep 18, 2009
ZACKENBERG RESEARCH STATION, GREENLAND—Claiming it to be one of the most dramatic and visible signs of climate change to date, researchers said Monday that receding polar ice caps have revealed nearly 200 clandestine lairs once buried deep beneath ...
New York Times - - Sep 19, 2009
With all due respect to Jimmy Carter, the racist component of Obama-hatred has been undeniable since the summer of 2008, when Sarah Palin rallied all-white mobs to the defense of the “real America.
Washington Post - - Sep 19, 2009
The most important health-care document released this week was not Sen. Max Baucus's Healthy Future Act. It was the Kaiser Family Foundation's 2009 Employer Benefits Survey.