Washington Post - - 25 minutes ago
KABUL, Oct. 4 -- US commanders had been planning since late last year to abandon the small combat outpost in mountainous eastern Afghanistan where eight US soldiers died Saturday in a fierce insurgent assault.
Attacks on Remote Posts Highlight Risks in Afghanistan New York Times
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
Supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy (front center), Stephen Breyer (second row right), Samuel Alito (behind Breyer), and Sonia Sotomayor (back center) left the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington following yesterday's Red Mass.
Video: Raw Video: 6 Justices Attend Annual Red Mass The Associated Press
Gun bans, political cash on Supreme Court docket San Francisco Chronicle
New York Times - - 4 hours ago
WASHINGTON - The chief of the world's nuclear inspection agency said during a visit to Tehran on Sunday that the Iranian government had agreed to allow access to a newly disclosed nuclear enrichment facility on Oct.
Video: Iran agrees inspections ITN NEWS
Iran sets date for inspection of nuclear plant Los Angeles Times
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PADANG, Indonesia - Heavy rain across Indonesia's earthquake disaster zone hampered relief efforts on Monday as health officials sought to contain the risk of disease caused by the thousands of buried bodies.
Rescuers end Sumatra quake search Aljazeera.net
The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
MANILA, Philippines - Typhoon Parma weakened into a tropical storm that lingered off the Philippine coast Monday, drenching northern provinces as well as Taiwan after killing 16 people and causing widespread flooding and landslides.
Video: Deadly Typhoon Heads Toward Taiwan The Associated Press
Xinhua - 1 hour ago
SUVA, Oct. 5 (Xinhua) -- More organizations in Fiji were providing help to neighboring Samoa and Tonga in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in their island homes.
Video: Raw Video: Tour of Samoa Tsunami Damage The Associated Press
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NEW YORK - Three people were killed and four others seriously injured when their 40-foot powerboat plowed onto marshland on a moonlit Sunday night off Long Island's southern shore, authorities said.
3 Killed and 4 Hurt in LI Boat Crash New York Times
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
As demonstrations have evolved with the help of text messages and online social networks, so too has the response of law enforcement.
Men arrested for G-20 Twittering say it's free speech Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Los Angeles Times - - 51 minutes ago
Wrightwood is under mandatory evacuation orders as the blaze bears down on the east edge of town. Firefighters are hopeful that gentler winds and forecast rain could help stamp out the blaze.
California Town Evacuated as Wildfire Approaches New York Times
Bloomberg - - 11 minutes ago
Oct. 5 (Bloomberg) -- The Treasury Department “lost credibility” when it said its first capital injections from the $700 billion financial rescue were for healthy banks, the inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program said ...
Report on Bailouts Says Treasury Misled Public New York Times
Reuters - - 58 minutes ago
(Reuters) - Bank of America Corp plans to select an emergency chief executive officer this week if legal issues force Ken Lewis to leave before year-end, the Wall Street Journal said, citing a person familiar with the situation.
BofA to Select Emergency CEO Wall Street Journal
BBC News - 16 minutes ago
Shares in Japanese clothing group Fast Retailing have jumped 16% after its Uniqlo store chain posted a big increase in same-store sales.
PC World - - 1 hour ago
Adobe Systems' Flash Player is getting closer to appearing on smartphones, with Research in Motion adding its BlackBerry to the list of devices that will run the software.
Adobe Announces Flash for Phones PC Magazine
CNET News - - 31 minutes ago
With the launch of the first round of Windows Mobile 6.5 devices just a day away, AT&T threw its hat into the ring and announced two of its own Windows phones, the HTC Pure and the HTC Tilt 2. The Pure is a rebranded version of the HTC ...
AT&T announces first Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones Computerworld
AT&T Announces HTC Tilt 2 and Pure PhoneNews.com
InformationWeek - - 6 hours ago
Sellers are using the online auction house to hawk Microsoft's new operating system weeks before official release—but buyer beware.
Intel to upgrade from Windows XP to 7 Afterdawn.com
Microsoft hopes Windows 7 makes you forget about Vista Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
The film starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg goes to No. 1, breaking a recent trend of poor openings for horror movies. By Ben Fritz The directorial debuts of two well-known stars didn't combine to do half the business of a new horror comedy ...
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USA Today - - 3 hours ago
AP By Gary Levin, David Lieberman and Liz Szabo, USA TODAY The jury is still out on whether David Letterman's career will be damaged by his admission last week that he has had sex with women who worked for him.
The Mate Show: David Letterman's studio 'love nest' Boston Herald
Robert 'Joe' Halderman's dream of $2M payday became his own nightmare New York Daily News
MLB.com - - 48 minutes ago
MINNEAPOLIS -- Since the start of Spring Training, the Twins' motto has been that every game matters. It's a result of having their entire 2008 season come down to one contest -- a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to the White Sox in a ...
Hochevar rocked again as Royals close season in 13-4 loss to Twins Kansas City Star
History favors the Twins on Tuesday FOXSports.com
FOXSports.com - - 1 hour ago
Jimmy Johnson served as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 1989-1994, leading them to victories in Super Bowl XXVII & Super Bowl XXVIII.
Dallas Cowboys' Brooking: 'We've got to be desperate' Dallas Morning News
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
(10-04) 21:27 PDT -- As Patrick Willis devoured the Rams on Sunday afternoon and the 49ers registered their first shutout in 119 games, a two-part question loomed over Candlestick Point: How good can this defense be, and just how much separates Willis ...
49ers batter the Rams San Jose Mercury News
St. Louis Rams fall to San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Los Angeles Times - - 34 minutes ago
First shipments of FluMist are expected to arrive in clinics and doctors offices by Wednesday. School-age children in particular are encouraged to get the vaccine as soon as possible.
Dr. Bill Elliott: What to know about flu shots this year Marin Independent-Journal
New York Times - 5 hours ago
By AP WASHINGTON (AP) - Nearly one in 10 of the world's babies is born premature, and about one million infants die each year as a result, according to a report that is the first attempt to measure a toll that is hidden in much of the world.
1 Million 'Preemie' Babies Die Each Year: Report U.S. News & World Report
USA Today - - 2 hours ago
BY THE NUMBERS By Rita Rubin, USA TODAY Two new government studies suggest autism spectrum disorders are becoming more common in children in the USA.
Government finds higher autism figure: 1 in 100 The Associated Press
Proportion of 8-year-olds diagnosed with autism is up 50% in 2 ... Los Angeles Times
New York Times - - Oct 1, 2009
Stocks are up. Ben Bernanke says that the recession is over. And I sense a growing willingness among movers and shakers to declare “Mission Accomplished” when it comes to fighting the slump.
Yahoo! Tech - Sep 30, 2009
Don't like the idea of your neighbors rudely snooping on the wireless signal you slaved to pay for from the lazy comfort of their living room?
FOXNews - - Oct 1, 2009
Roman Polanski diabolically lured a 13-year-old child to a remote area where he knew she would be powerless. Whoopi Goldberg is wrong.
guardian.co.uk - - Sep 30, 2009
Customers surf the web at an internet cafe in Beijing. Icann, the body that oversees web addresses, has ended its agreement with the US.
Popeater - Oct 1, 2009
His weight was normal. His heart was strong. Besides a case arthritis, damaged lungs and a skin disease that reduced pigment in his body, Michael Jackson was actually a pretty healthy 50-year-old man.