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Corporate protest goes into night

BBC News -
About 500 demonstrators have spent the night outside St Paul's Cathedral, following a day of protest in London's financial district.
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AP: U.S. drops keeping troops in Iraq

USA Today -
BAGHDAD (AP) - The US is abandoning plans to keep US troops in Iraq past a year-end withdrawal deadline, The Associated Press has learned.

Thomas Fitzgerald: Cain's rising numbers | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-10-16

Philadelphia Inquirer -
HANOVER, NH - The candidate in shirtsleeves cut across South Main Street in the middle of the block, his entourage struggling to keep up as a police officer in a Smokey Bear hat warned the onlookers to stay back.

Rangers have unfinished business -
Nelson Cruz belted his sixth home run of the series, Michael Young hit a pair of two-run doubles in a nine-run third inning, and the Rangers pounded the Tigers 15-5 to win their second straight American League pennant.

MLK memorial dedication set despite controversy

CNN International -
By the CNN Wire Staff Washington (CNN) -- The Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial is set to be dedicated officially on Sunday, with lingering controversy still surrounding both the statue and a quote from King.

Hopkins cries foul after chaotic Dawson TKO

Fox News -
Dawson lifted Hopkins off his feet and slammed him to the canvas, hurting the veteran boxer's left shoulder near the end of the second round at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Shalit deal: Prisoners begin transfer process

Ynetnews -
Prison Service begins concentrating prisoners in two jails ahead of implementation of first stage of Shalit deal. Fifteen female prisoners leave Damon Prison heading to Hasharon jail.

Yemen: U.S. strike kills al-Awlaki's son

USA Today -
SANAA, Yemen (AP) - The United States has raised the tempo in its war against al-Qaeda in Yemen, killing nine of the terror group's militants in the second, high-profile airstrike in as many weeks.

Yemen activists plan new mass march despite deaths

SANAA - Yemeni pro-democracy activists called for a new mass demonstration Sunday aimed at bringing 10 months of protests to a head, a day after troops shot dead at least 12 people marching in the capital.

Liberia opposition parties say to reject poll results

Reuters Africa -
MONROVIA (Reuters) - Nine Liberian opposition parties, including President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's two main challengers, have rejected election results announced so far but the poll organisers said the vote had ...

Ohio Wages Fierce Fight on Collective Bargaining

New York Times -
COLUMBUS, Ohio - “Hi, Teresa,” said Phil Hayes, a high school social studies teacher. “I'm voting no on Senate Bill 5 because it can make my class size larger and can make it harder for me to be a teacher.

Man in wheelchair shot to death by Phoenix police -
PHOENIX - A man in a wheelchair was shot to death by two Phoenix police officers on Saturday after he pointed a handgun at them, a police spokesman said.

NamUs: Where missing people can be found -
>> mass killers of his time. and those of a certain age will remember john wayne gacy , the chicago murderer who brought fear to that city more than three decades ago.

The firestorm over fees

Philadelphia Inquirer -
The tempest over Bank of America's new $5-a-month debit-card fee, and word that other large banks plan to follow suit, has spawned a new set of storms.

European officials tout progress on debt crisis

San Francisco Chronicle -
European officials said Saturday they have moved closer to a comprehensive solution for the debt crisis during a two-day gathering of leaders from the Group of 20 industrial nations, despite a number of unresolved problems that could still widen the ...

iPhone 4S: My First Night

InformationWeek -
I upgraded my iPhone 4 to an iPhone 4S on Friday. Here's my report on the phone--and my least painful iPhone upgrade experience to date.

California Governor Declares Oct. 16 'Steve Jobs Day'

Fox News -
AP Jan. 27, 2010: Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds the new iPad during a product announcement in San Francisco. CUPERTINO, Calif. - This Sunday will be declared "Steve Jobs Day" in the tech pioneer's home state of California, as Apple holds a memorial ...

Kurt Iswarienko and Shannen Doherty

People Magazine -
Shannen Doherty may have made a name for herself on Beverly Hills, 90210, but when it came to her wedding on Saturday, the zip code of choice was Malibu.

Downey Jr Wants Mel Gibson Forgiven, Is It Time?

Cinema Blend -
Robert Downey Jr may have gotten his life together, but he's still a wild card with a live microphone in his hand. He must be a nightmare for the guy who runs the seven second delay button.

Rick Ross a no-show in NC after second health scare

USA Today -
A spokesman at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex said the rapper, who suffered seizures in two different incidents on Friday, would not be performing at a homecoming concert tonight, reports the local Fox station, WGHP.

Sonic Youth co-founders Moore, Gordon split up

Reuters -
Kim Gordon (L) and Thurston Moore of the band Sonic Youth perform at the Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts' ''Concert to Benefit Japan Earthquake Relief'' in New York City March 27, 2011.

'The Avengers': New clip premieres at New York Comic-Con

Entertainment Weekly -
The IGN Theater at New York Comic Con was packed with superhero aficionados psyched to get an early look at The Avengers—easily one of the biggest films of 2012.

Stewart Mandel: Injuries can't slow Ducks in 41-27 thrashing of Sun Devils -
Darron Thomas threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns as No. 9 Oregon knocked off No. 18 Arizona State 41-27 in a battle of Pac-12 powers.

Matt Kenseth moves up to third place

AP It proved to be an action-packed night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Matt Kenseth got his third win this season and first in the Chase to move within seven points of the lead.

Notes, quotes from Michigan State's win over Michigan

Detroit Free Press -
Michigan State's Marcus Rush celebrates his sack of Michigan's Devin Gardner during the third quarter. / KIRTHMON F. DOZIER/Detroit Free Press WHAT HAPPENED: Michigan looked good on its first drive, marching 80 yards to take a 7-0 lead, ...

SPEAKING OF SPORTS: Players not affected by lockout

The Morning Journal -
Call me a hopeless romantic, but for me there's nothing more warm and fuzzy than some good old fashioned professional sports labor discord.

Oklahoma State cruises past Texas

Denver Post -
AP Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon dives into the end zone for a touchdown as Texas cornerback Carrington Byndom tried to defend.

Citizens' Testing Finds 20 Hot Spots Around Tokyo

New York Times -
Toshiyuki Hattori, who runs a sewage plant in Tokyo, surrounded by sacks of radioactive sludge. By HIROKO TABUCHI TOKYO - Takeo Hayashida signed on with a citizens' group to test for radiation near his son's baseball field in Tokyo after government ...

Boo! Hiss! Dutch Scientist Rains on Faster-Than-Light Neutrino Parade

PC Magazine -
Don't fire up your spaceship's FTL drive just yet, folks. Those neutrinos that CERN scientists thought they saw traveling faster than the speed of light a few weeks ago look like they may have only been moving at close to light speed.

AAP: Guideline Calls for Pre-K ADHD Evaluation

MedPage Today -
BOSTON -- Primary care physicians should begin evaluating children for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at age 4 and continue through age 18, according to a new clinical guideline from the ...

Venezuela Seeks to Shoot Down Drug-Smuggling Planes

Wall Street Journal -
CARACAS—The Venezuelan National Assembly will soon debate a bill that, when passed as expected, will allow the government to shoot down airplanes flying over national territory that are suspected of trafficking drugs.

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