Bloomberg - - 31 minutes ago
Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) -- The US Senate Finance Committee's approval of health-care legislation after months of struggling to reach an agreement sets the stage for an even bigger battle.
Snowe went 'back and forth' till end Boston Globe
Fort Worth Star Telegram - 2 hours ago
OSLO, Norway - In a rare public defense of a process normally shrouded in secrecy, four of the Nobel Peace Prize jury's five judges spoke out Tuesday about a selection they said was merited and unanimous.
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San Jose Mercury News - - 43 minutes ago
The World Health Organization estimates that a worldwide production capacity of 3 billion doses of pandemic H1N1 vaccines will be used to prevent the outbreak and spread of the 2009 H1N1 flu, or "swine flu," as it is better known.
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BEIJING - The United States will not meet directly with North Korea until Pyongyang commits to rejoining six-nation disarmament talks and abides by commitments to dismantle its nuclear programs, a top US diplomat said Wednesday.
Xinhua - - 2 hours ago
MOSCOW, Oct. 13 (Xinhua) -- Visiting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with her Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov and President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday in an effort to seek strategic ...
Russia Resists US Position on Sanctions for Iran New York Times
The Associated Press - - 1 hour ago
BURSA, Turkey - The presidents of Turkey and Armenia will build on recent moves to end a century of enmity when they attend a World Cup football qualifier between their teams on Wednesday.
Armenian, Turk presidents press "soccer diplomacy" Reuters India
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Among those appearing at the Fiesta Latina on Tuesday were, foreground from left, Sheila E., Gloria Estefan and José Feliciano. By JON PARELES The latest on the arts, coverage of live events, critical reviews, multimedia extravaganzas and much more.
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White House celebrates Hispanic musical heritage The Associated Press
Washington Post - - 4 hours ago
For the first time in more than 35 years, the US military has met all of its annual recruiting goals, as hundreds of thousands of young people have enlisted despite the near-certainty that they will go to war.
Military Meets Recruiting Goals New York Times
San Francisco Chronicle - - 26 minutes ago
(10-13) 19:42 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- It was an October storm unlike any other in the Bay Area in nearly half a century. One-day rainfall records for the month were shattered Tuesday.
Video: Calif. Storm Prompts Debris Flow Concerns The Associated Press
Calif. storm causes power outages, mudslide fears The Associated Press
Bloomberg - 31 minutes ago
By Bloomberg News Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) -- China's Shanghai Composite Index may gain 19 percent this year from yesterday's close as the mainland's economy expansion outpaces other regions, according to Hang Seng Investment Management.
BusinessWeek - - 2 hours ago
Tech's recovery appears to be gathering steam. For the third straight quarter, computer chipmaker Intel Corp. (INTC) said demand for its products is improving.
CORRECT: Intel Profit Slides, But Co. Offers Upbeat Outlook Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
NEW YORK -- Goldman Sachs Group and Johnson & Johnson weighed on the banking and health-care industries Tuesday, engaging in a tug-of-war with a rallying materials sector that helped stocks close only slightly lower.
Stock Picks: Goldman Sachs, Cisco Systems, Synaptics BusinessWeek
ChannelWeb - - 4 hours ago
By Kevin mclaughlin, channelweb In the wake of last week's service outage, the T-Mobile Sidekick is almost certainly dead in the water as far as future development goes, although Microsoft appears to be reluctant to confirm this.
Wall Street Journal - - 6 hours ago
Energy drinks are meant to be edgy and cool, and drunk by young men. So PepsiCo Inc. decided to release an Apple iPhone application for its Amp Energy drink to appeal to guys out on the prowl.
CNET News - - 7 hours ago
NEW YORK--Nokia, the world's largest maker of cell phones, is getting into the computer business with its new Booklet 3G, setting the stage for a new era of competition in the mobile device market.
Entertainment Weekly - - 10 hours ago
A lot of questions got resolved yesterday about the new Michael Jackson single “This Is It” - in particular, exactly who wrote the tune.
Los Angeles Times - 7 hours ago
Music award shows are never the most current barometers of pop music. By the time the big galas get around to airing on television, many of the albums nominated date back to the prior calendar year.
The Associated Press - - 3 hours ago
LOS ANGELES - Ultimate Fighting champ Chuck Liddell has been knocked out - of "Dancing With the Stars." The 39-year-old athlete was eliminated from the ABC dance competition Tuesday.
Chuck Liddell Ousted From 'Dancing' Ballroom Access Hollywood
Chuck and Anna booted from 'DWTS' United Press International
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US national team forward Charlie Davies was injured in a one-car crash on the George Washington Memorial Parkway that killed another person early Tuesday.
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Chicago Tribune - - 6 hours ago
Lisa Pesek had good reason to help plant pink tulips outside the Advocate Breast Cancer Center in Oak Lawn recently as a reminder of the importance of mammograms.
Snook Bight Yacht Club events boost breast cancer awareness Florida Weekly
Washington Post - - 4 hours ago
For months, President Obama and his administration waged their fight for a health-care overhaul without a clear opponent, even courting the industry executives and interest groups that helped kill reform efforts 15 years ago.
Medicare queries answered at expo Daytona Beach News-Journal
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The Associated Press - - 10 hours ago
NEW YORK - Increased contraceptive use has led to fewer abortions worldwide, but deaths from unsafe abortion remain a severe problem, killing 70000 women a year, a research institute reported Tuesday in a major global survey.
Bans 'do not cut abortion rate' BBC News
TIME - - Oct 10, 2009
Oh, sweet Jesus, that nice couple Kate and Micah are about to go to sleep again! But they already suspect that their house is haunted.
New York Times - - Oct 7, 2009
AS AMERICANS become fatter and fatter - a study published in July revealed that obesity rates increased in 23 states last year and declined in none - a select group of men and women under the watchful care of medical professionals have ...
People Magazine - - Oct 10, 2009
They seemed to have it all: a passionate courtship, romantic trips around the world, and each other's undying support. But just 15 months after marrying, tennis star Chris Evert and golfing great Greg Norman - who left their longtime ...
BBC News - - Oct 9, 2009
This headline may come as a bit of a surprise, so too might that fact that the warmest year recorded globally was not in 2008 or 2007, but in 1998.
New York Times - - Oct 10, 2009
THOSE of us who love F. Scott Fitzgerald must acknowledge that he did get one big thing wrong. There are second acts in American lives.