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Knox appeal: How will her fate be decided?

Lawyers for Amanda Knox and Raffele Sollecito have suggested Rudy Guede could have been the sole killer. (CNN) -- American Amanda Knox and her Italian former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito are appealing their convictions in the ...
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Panetta: Israel Becoming Increasingly Isolated

Voice of America -
October 03, 2011 Panetta: Israel Becoming Increasingly Isolated US Defense chief says Israel must restart negotiations with Palestinians VOA News US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has warned that Israel is becoming increasingly isolated in the Middle ...

What to expect from Apple's iPhone event

The burning question, of course, is how much of an update it will be. The iPhone 4 was a big step up from its predecessor, the 3GS, which itself was basically the iPhone 3G with a better camera and speedier insides.

Wall Street protesters enter 3rd week

The Associated Press -
NEW YORK (AP) - The arrests of 700 people on Brooklyn Bridge over the weekend fueled the anger of anti-Wall Street protesters camping in a Manhattan park and sparked support elsewhere in the country as the campaign entered its third week Sunday.

Tone turns hostile early for GOP rivals

Boston Globe -
WASHINGTON - The GOP presidential hopefuls all pay homage to Ronald Reagan, but his so-called 11th commandment of politics - Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican - is being regularly and energetically violated by the two ...

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More deaths as Yemen's stalemate continues

ABC Online -
PETER CAVE: Two days after a US drone strike killed the prominent Al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen, there are reports that the Yemeni air force has mistakenly bombed its own army.

Haqqani network denies killing Afghan envoy Rabbani

BBC News -
A key leader of the Afghan militant group, the Haqqani network, has told the BBC it was not responsible for killing Burhanuddin Rabbani, the man overseeing Taliban peace talks.

Libyans run gauntlet of bullets to escape Sirte

Reuters -
SIRTE, Libya (Reuters) - Ali Ramadan's family were on the move for 10 days, dodging artillery fire and sleeping in the open, before they were finally able to get out of the besieged Libyan city of Sirte.

Floods recede slowly in storm-battered Philippines -
Aaron Favila / AP Residents walk on debris from damaged houses and a boat along a coastal village in Navotas, north of Manila, Philippines on Sunday Oct. 2, 2011.

Washington Monument assessment to begin anew

By the CNN Wire Staff Washington (CNN) -- Assessment of the earthquake-damaged Washington Monument is expected to begin anew Monday.

3 killed in San Leandro party shooting

San Francisco Chronicle -
Three bodies lay under tarps near a SUV in a parking lot in San Leandro. At least two gunmen opened fire on a group of people leaving an unlicensed warehouse party early this morning, killing three and wounding three, police said.

NYC mayor to take stand in ex-operative's trial

CBS News -
(AP) NEW YORK - Mayor Michael Bloomberg is set to take the stand in a grand larceny trial Monday, answering questions from prosecutors who say he was bilked out of more than $1 million and from defense lawyers who claim he is using the case to cover up ...

Europe Factors-Shares set to fall sharply on Greece worries

Reuters -
LONDON Oct 3 (Reuters) - European shares are set to fall sharply on Monday following their worst quarterly performance since late 2008, with investors seen shunning riskier assets after the Greek government's draft budget figures showed the country ...

Euro Falls on Doubts Over Greek Ability to Curb Deficit

Wall Street Journal -
By KOSAKU NARIOKA TOKYO—The euro fell to a fresh eight-month low against the dollar in Asia Monday due to continuing concerns over the Greek debt crisis before a meeting of euro-zone finance ministers later in the day.

Would you pay a monthly fee to use a debit card?

Wall Street Journal -
Bank of America Corp. is laying plans to charge millions of customers a $5 monthly fee to use their debit cards, and other big banks are expected to follow suit.

Ma's Alibaba Turns to Potential Bidder From Investment for Yahoo

BusinessWeek -
Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Six years after Yahoo! Inc. paid more than $1 billion to become the biggest investor in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

HTC Believes Windows Phone 7 Will 'Be Better Than Other Platforms'

ITProPortal -
The Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturing giant HTC is basking in the glory of the Microsoft. HTC mobiles and Windows operating system have long association.

Oracle's Ellison Introduces Faster System to Challenge SAP, IBM

BusinessWeek -
Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Oracle Corp. introduced a computer system that works faster by analyzing data within its dynamic random access memory, aiming to boost market share and take on International Business Machines Corp.

Security hole in HTC phones gives up e-mail addresses, location

Ars Technica -
A security hole found in some HTC Android phones could give apps with Internet permissions access to information like a user's location and their text messages, Android Police reported today.

Netflix, Showtime looking at new 'Arrested Development' limited series

Entertainment Weekly -
Arrested Development may get another lease on life on the small screen: EW has confirmed that the producers of Arrested Development - the critically-acclaimed but short-lived comedy from Mitchell Hurwitz - are in talks with Showtime and ...

Girlfriends up soon in trial of Michael Jackson's doctor

CNN International -
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Jurors in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray will hear Monday from two emergency room doctors who tried to bring Michael Jackson back to life before declaring the pop icon dead.

'Dolphin Tale' Tops Box Office With $14.

BusinessWeek -
Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- “Dolphin Tale” rose to first place in its second weekend of release, taking in $14.2 million at theaters in the US and Canada for Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Bros.

Ben Reiter: Phillies, Lee no match for Cardinals' power hitting -
The Cardinals overcame an early 4-0 deficit to hold off Cliff Lee and the Phillies 5-4 and tie the NLDS. PHILADELPHIA -- That baseball's schedule makers blessed the St. Louis Cardinals with series against the Cubs and the Astros, the National League's ...

Scherzer, Tigers even series

Boston Globe -
NEW YORK - The ball that dropped in front of Tigers left fielder Delmon Young for a single was something, at least. The Yankees had gone 5 1/3 innings without a hit off Max Scherzer.

Another huge comeback as Lions top Cowboys

San Francisco Chronicle -
Quarterback Matthew Stafford led another big rally for the Lions, this time in his hometown, Arlington, Texas. Arlington, Texas -- Matthew Stafford took the final snap, dropped to a knee and tucked the ball under his jersey for ...

Brewers squeeze out 2-0 lead

Boston Globe -
. . . scored Jerry Hairston Jr., and gave the Brewers a 5-4 lead. The throw got away from catcher Miguel Montero. (David J. Phillip/Associated Press) By Colin Fly Associated Press / October 3, 2011 MILWAUKEE - The biggest momentum swing for the Brewers ...

With deaths of forests, a loss of key climate protectors

Tehran Times -
WISE RIVER, Mont. (The New York Times) -- The trees spanning many of the mountainsides of western Montana glow an earthy red, like a broadleaf forest at the beginning of autumn.

Denver's Race for the Cure draws 50000, raises $3 million

Denver Post -
Jennifer Ritchlin, front right, a six-year cancer survivor, and four-year cancer survivor Terri Viarrial embrace at the ceremony celebrating survivors Sunday at the end of Denver's Race for the Cure, one of the largest Susan G. Komen ...

When the Nurse Wants to Be Called 'Doctor'

New York Times -
Patti McCarver, a nurse whose doctor of nursing practice degree entitles her to call herself “doctor,” meeting with a patient.


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