New York Times - - 23 minutes ago
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed world leaders during the General Assembly at the United Nations on Thursday. By NEIL MacFARQUHAR UNITED NATIONS - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran made a series of incendiary remarks in his speech to ...
Iran's Ahmadinejad: US used 9/11 to prolong world domination Christian Science Monitor
CNN - - 27 minutes ago
Washington (CNN) -- Senate Democrats will not vote on extending Bush-era tax cuts for families making less than $250000 a year before the upcoming congressional elections, the spokesman for Majority Leader Harry Reid confirmed Thursday.
Congress Punts on Taxes Wall Street Journal
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
The preelection manifesto tries to harness the 'tea party' movement's energy while hewing to practicality. All in all, it is light on tea party policies, heavy on traditional Republican doctrine.
Video: Republicans Outline 'Pledge to America' The Associated Press
San Jose Mercury News - - 24 minutes ago
In this publicity image released by Sesame Workshop, singer Katy Perry, left, is shown with Elmo performing in a music video called "Hot and Cold" about opposites on "Sesame Street.
Video: Sesame Street Pulls Katy Perry From Show The Associated Press
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Health insurers should be able to exclude most federal taxes, but not all, in calculating spending rates to meet new healthcare law requirements, an insurance advisory group has proposed.
Video: New Health Care Benefits Take Effect The Associated Press
Proposed Rules Rankle Health Insurers Wall Street Journal
Xinhua - - 2 hours ago
PARIS, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- France has finished its second day of massive protests in a month, with up to 3 million people out on the streets on Thursday expressing their anger against the government's retirement reform.
Why French unions don't want to wait until 62 to retire Christian Science Monitor
French Unions Take To The Street Over Pension Plans Wall Street Journal
FOXNews - 1 hour ago
AP Photo The reactor building of Iran's Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant is silhouetted in this November 2009 photo released by the semi-official Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA).
'Virus targeted Iranian assets' BBC News
FOXSports.com - 47 minutes ago
The team's new owners have decided to replace Nelson with assistant Keith Smart, according to multiple reports. The move is expected to become official before training camps open next Tuesday.
Sources: Warriors to replace Don Nelson as coach San Jose Mercury News
USA Today - - 15 minutes ago
By Henny Ray Abrams, AP By Mimi Hall, USA TODAY President Obama called on fellow world leaders Thursday to back up his efforts to help forge peace in the Middle East, and he challenged Iran to meet its international obligations to negotiate the terms ...
Obama calls on Arab nations to support peace talks Los Angeles Times
Washington Post - - 51 minutes ago
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved the use of unlicensed airwaves in what it hopes will be a new market for high-speed Internet connections for smart phones, tablets and computers.
USA Today - - 1 hour ago
Beautifully drawn and devoid of his typical body count, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole finds a wholly unexpected sweet spot for director Zack Snyder: the family film.
Movie review: 'Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole' Los Angeles Times
Mighty Strange Birds New York Times
Wall Street Journal - - 38 minutes ago
Newark Mayor Cory Booker scored a coup in getting the 26-year-old executive to put that amount into a foundation for public education, which will have the goal of helping Newark schools.
Blog Post: Zuckerberg donates $100 million to Newark schools Washington Post
Christian Science Monitor - - 59 minutes ago
The latest poll of the California governor's race shows Republican Meg Whitman and Democrat Jerry Brown tied at 41 percent. Many voters remain undecided, so upcoming debates will be crucial.
In Newark, Brown takes Prop. 23 jab at Whitman San Jose Mercury News
MLB.com - - 2 hours ago
Financial Times - - 1 hour ago
Barack Obama, US president, has pressed Beijing to do more on currency policy, protect intellectual property rights and guarantee “fair treatment” for American companies, at a meeting with Wen Jiabao, the Chinese prime minister.
Obama Urges China To Act On Currency Voice of America
New York Times - - 28 minutes ago
Paul Casey shot a four-under 66, his eighth round in the 60s since he was passed over for the European Ryder Cup team. By LARRY DORMAN ATLANTA - For all the pretournament talk about the complex points permutations in the FedEx Cup playoffs, ...
Ogilvy finds form, tied for Tour Championship lead Atlanta Journal Constitution
Casey, Donald and Ogilvy lead Tour Championship MiamiHerald.com
MarketWatch - - 15 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The Avandia diabetes drug of GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE:GSK) (LONDON:UK:GSK) has been suspended by the European Medicines Agency but will remain available with additional safety labeling and restrictions by the US Food and Drug ...
EU pulls diabetes drug over risks Times of India
Reuters - - 18 minutes ago
Corey Pavin of the US, captain of the US Ryder Cup team, speaks at a press conference at the 92nd PGA Golf Championship at Whistling Straits, in Kohler, Wisconsin, August 11, 2010.
Fierce competitor Pavin relishes Ryder test Vancouver Sun
Seattle Post Intelligencer - - 2 hours ago
Police arrive at the scene. Police said the people shot - two women in their late teens, a man in his 30s, and another woman - were found dead about 2:15 pm at a house in the 9400 block of 14th Avenue Southwest.
Four dead in Seattle shooting; survivor: 'my mom has gone crazy' CNN International
Jerusalem Post - - 10 minutes ago
Human Rights Council report accuses IDF of "incredible violence" in "Mavi Marmara" raid; Turkey again demands "formal apology and compensation.
Hamas Arrests Many Suspected Israeli Spies Voice of America
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
The online social network says the problems, which eased after about two hours, were not the result of an attack by hackers. By David Sarno, Los Angeles Times When parents saw their children run outside to play, and productivity shot up at offices ...
BusinessWeek - - 3 hours ago
THURSDAY, Sept. 23 (HealthDay News) -- Sexual problems are common among breast cancer survivors, according to new research. In a study of about 1000 women treated for breast cancer, nearly three-quarters of those younger than 70 who ...
FOXBusiness - - 1 hour ago
AP May 6: A trader reacts in the S&P 500 futures pit at the CME Group in Chicago near the close of trading. After surging nearly all of September, Wall Street is suddenly stuck in a three-day slump as stocks took a late-day slide on ...
How the major stock indexes fared Thursday The Associated Press
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