Los Angeles Times - - 5 hours ago
CNN - 33 minutes ago
TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- Three days of mourning began in the Iranian province of Sistan-Baluchestan on Monday, after dozens of people were killed in a militant attack a day earlier, state media reported.
Video: Revolutionary Guard Commanders Killed in Bombing The Associated Press
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Pakistani troops maintain a curfew on the edge of Waziristan as the assault by against the Taliban begins. Photograph: Ijaz Muhammad/AP Pakistani forces have pressed on with their attacks as they move to drive out the Taliban from its bases in a ...
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KABUL - The Afghan electoral crisis intensified Monday as the commission responsible for declaring final results in the August presidential balloting refused to accept findings of a UN-backed investigative panel that would force a runoff, ...
WRAPUP 1-Afghan election ruling due on Monday Reuters India
New York Times - - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - The White House signaled Sunday that President Obama would postpone any decision on sending more troops to Afghanistan until the disputed election there had been settled and resulted in a government ...
AFP - 15 minutes ago
LONDON - Prime Minister Gordon Brown was on Monday to warn representatives of the world's biggest carbon polluters of a climate catastrophe if they do not strike a deal at the Copenhagen summit.
Gordon Brown: no plan B on climate change Telegraph.co.uk
UK's Brown urges progress on climate pact The Associated Press
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Boston Globe - 2 hours ago
AP / October 19, 2009 President Obama isn't demanding that health care legislation include a government-run insurance option even though he believes it would best meet his reform goals, White House advisers said yesterday.
Obama aides: No easing of financial rules Philadelphia Inquirer
Despite claims, White House says it won't shut out Fox News Detroit Free Press
The Associated Press - - 55 minutes ago
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A high-profile sex abuse case that was set to start Monday against Delaware's Catholic Diocese of Wilmington and a former priest will be delayed after the church filed for federal bankruptcy protection.
US diocese files for bankruptcy BBC News
Wilmington Diocese claims bankruptcy Cherry Hill Courier Post
Salt Lake Tribune - - 1 hour ago
As he spoke of his surprise award in the White House Rose Garden, President Barack Obama called the Nobel Peace Prize "a call for all nations to confront the common challenges of the 21st century.
Norwegian Draws Fire over Nobel Choice Wall Street Journal
Peace Prize consensus accurate: Obama wins with empty rhetoric Valley Vanguard
Bloomberg - - 1 hour ago
Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Sri Lanka's benchmark stock index dropped, set for its biggest decline in four months, after Raj Rajaratnam, one of the south Asian island's largest investors, was detained in the US on ...
Arrest of Hedge Fund Chief Unsettles the Industry New York Times
Wall Street Journal - 30 minutes ago
SINGAPORE (Dow Jones)--The Singapore dollar was flat in Asian trade late Monday, gradually recovering initial losses as the euro recovered against the greenback.
Reuters - - 2 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Start-up investment advisory firm kaChing opened its website to paying customers with advice for investors leery of Wall Street in the wake of the financial crisis.
Site Lets Investors See and Copy Experts' Trades New York Times
Playing For Real Money Forbes
Reuters - - 4 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Google Inc (GOOG.O) said more than 2 million businesses now use its online office software, and the Web search leader is going global on Monday with an advertising campaign to lure customers away ...
'Gone Google' Campaign Goes Global InformationWeek
PC World - - 7 hours ago
Windows 7 comes as a significant performance improvement over its predecessor, Windows Vista. But if you want to get the very best performance possible, you should make a few system tweaks to eliminate resource-hogging programs and features.
Windows 7 streamlines computers San Francisco Chronicle
The Money Times - 1 hour ago
This new advertisement, the Droid ad, unlike the first one which went after AT&T's anemic network coverage and dependability, goes straight on attacking the Apple iPhones.
Motorola Droid Ad Hits Phandroid.com! Phandroid.com
Entertainment Weekly - - 11 hours ago
After weeks of hand-wringing over whether kids could handle the emotional intensity in Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers' big screen adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, I decided to conduct my own unscientific study and see how my ...
LOS ANGELES: 'Wild Things' hit with adults, families TheNewsTribune.com
Entertainment Weekly - - 15 hours ago
Reuters reports that director Roman Polanski, facing extradition to the US for a thirty-one year old rape conviction, has been moved from his jail cell to seek medical treatment for an undisclosed condition.
BuddyTV - 1 hour ago
Kourtney Kardashian's bundle of joy will have to wait if it wants to inherit any Rolexes from daddy Disick. People reports that the Calabasas, California home of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was broken into last Saturday night.
Kourtney Kardashian's home broken into, $80000 worth of jewelry stolen New York Daily News
Boston Globe - - 50 minutes ago
PHILADELPHIA - Randy Wolf was drafted by the Phillies in 1997 and spent 10 seasons with the organization. The lefthander was even popular enough to have a fan club, the Wolf Pack.
Dodgers lose ugly to Phillies Los Angeles Times
Bats more like it: Phillies explode to dominate Dodgers in Game 3 Philadelphia Daily News
San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago
The days of putting Florida and Tim Tebow first on your list and first in your hearts ended Saturday. In an ugly weekend, the Gators fumbled four times and barely got by Arkansas on Saturday.
Two SEC teams rest atop BCS standings Detroit Free Press
Florida, Alabama top BCS standings, but it's still early Philadelphia Daily News
Hartford Courant - - 1 hour ago
STORRS - - About nine hours after his Huskies walked off Rentschler Field with a victory over Louisville, after a press conference filled with smiles and platitudes, uconn football coach Randy Edsall's phone rang.
Video: UConn Mourns Stabbing Death of Football Player The Associated Press
UConn player stabbed to death Philadelphia Daily News
Daily Nexus - - 20 minutes ago
Over 500 students have reported H1N1 flu symptoms to UCSB's Student Health Services over the past two weeks. According to Student Health, all current reported cases of influenza are most likely novel H1N1 - also known ...
More than 2000 stand in line for H1N1 vaccine San Jose Mercury News
Two Flu Vaccines, Lots of Questions Wall Street Journal
Detroit Free Press - 40 minutes ago
QUESTION: If more patients are added, will those currently in the system, on average, receive less care? ANSWER: Reform won't add patients to the system.
Massachusetts health law serves as a model and a warning Chicago Tribune
ceos Tally Health-Bill Score Wall Street Journal
The News Journal - - 27 minutes ago
WILMINGTON -- On a cold and gusty morning, 2500 walkers and runners gathered at Rodney Square to support the fight against breast cancer.
Hundreds turn out for walk to raise funds in fight against breast cancer Foster's Daily Democrat
Early detection vital for breast cancer survival Grand Junction Free Press
New York Times - - Oct 15, 2009
As the editor of Gourmet, now defunct, do you discern any larger meaning in the fact that your beloved magazine is closing, a casualty of the recession, just as your new cooking show makes its debut on PBS?
Los Angeles Times - - Oct 13, 2009
Industry lobbying efforts appear to elicit little sympathy from the state Energy Commission, which may vote as soon as Nov. 4. The proposed ban on electricity-guzzling big-screen TVs could result in average first-year savings of $30 per set in ...
Huffington Post (blog) - Oct 15, 2009
In 2005, Jamie Leigh Jones was gang-raped by her Halliburton/KBR co-workers while working in Iraq and locked in a shipping container for over a day to prevent her from reporting her attack.
New York Times - - Oct 14, 2009
OVER the transom the other day came an urgent “Cougar Alert”: There is a new book out, and this one distinguishes the real cougar, a confident, strong, single woman over 40, from the comically desperate predator-seductress depicted in ...
MarketWatch - - Oct 15, 2009
SAN DIEGO (MarketWatch) -- Millions of homeowners are struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments and the continued deterioration in the job market guarantees millions more will be at risk in the coming months.