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BRUSSELS - There are already more than 100000 international troops in Afghanistan working with 200000 Afghan security forces and police.
Video: US Death Toll Hits Record High in Afghanistan The Associated Press
New York Times - - 16 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - Senate Democrats voiced deep disagreements on Tuesday over the idea of a government-run health insurance plan, suggesting that the decision by the majority leader, Harry Reid of Nevada, ...
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WASHINGTON - Federal regulators have revoked the licenses of the two Northwest Airlines pilots who flew past their Minneapolis destination by 150 miles last week.
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In a repeat of Monday, Radovan Karadzic again boycotted his trial and refused to appear in court to face charges of genocide and war crimes stemming from the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
Video: Karadzic Again Fails to Show for Genocide Trial The Associated Press
Karadzic 'led ethnic cleansing' BBC News
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JERUSALEM - An Israeli official says US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is expected to arrive in Israel at the weekend to meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a fresh attempt to revive stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
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Iran said on Tuesday that it would decide on a nuclear deal that envisages the country shipping low-enriched uranium (LEU) to Russia to be converted into metal fuel rods for a medical research reactor by Friday, October 30.
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ARCADIA, Fla. -- The Obama administration launched a clean-energy blitz Tuesday, with Vice President Joe Biden traveling to his home state of Delaware to open an electric-automobile plant and President Barack Obama ...
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Md. utility awarded $200M federal smart grid grant The Associated Press
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A Philadelphia woman was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly posted an ad on Craigslist offering to perform sex acts in exchange for World Series tickets, MyFoxPhilly reported.
'Desperate' Phillies fan arrested for offering sex in exchange for World ... New York Daily News
FOXNews - - 42 minutes ago
In Virginia, a crucial state that President Obama won in 2008, Democrat Creigh Deeds persistently has trailed Republican Bob McDonnell in the polls for governor.
Obama on Va. governor's race: It's not over yet The Associated Press
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
NEW YORK, Oct 27 (Reuters) - The gains in US home prices in recent months may not be sustainable and increases in some areas of the country appear to be in "bubble territory," an economist known for his property market expertise said on Tuesday.
Home prices up slightly Washington Post
Home prices in metro Detroit rose in August Detroit Free Press
Bloomberg - - 33 minutes ago
Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., the maker of “Shrek” movies, said third-quarter profit declined 48 percent after its “Monsters vs.
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Apollo Group Inc.'s (APOL) fiscal fourth-quarter profit slumped 60% as the for-profit education company recorded one-time charges for a litigation settlement and a write-off for other assets, which offset a big jump in revenue and higher enrollment ...
CNET News - - 4 hours ago
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--Launch of NASA's Ares IX rocket on a planned $445 million test flight was delayed 24 hours Tuesday because of bad weather and an errant freighter that briefly strayed into the off-shore danger area.
Ares rocket and the Nasa legacy BBC News
CNET News - - 2 hours ago
As Verizon Wireless prepares to unveil its new Motorola Droid smartphone tomorrow, Google today released the SDK for the much-anticipated 2.0 update to the operating system.
Google Makes Android 2.0 Official Brighthand
PC World - - 47 minutes ago
Google Voice users can now use their existing phone numbers with the service, which will come as good news to people who don't want to give out a new number to all of their existing contacts.
Google Voice 'Lite' — No New Number Required New York Times
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MTV.com - - 38 minutes ago
By now, everyone knows that when Michael Jackson died, he had been exhaustively preparing for a series of London comeback shows massive in scale and mind-blowing in presentation.
'Michael Jackson's This Is It' to open worldwide The Associated Press
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AD Barnes Park's Halloween Family Campfire & Night Hike: 7:30-9:30 pm Friday, Oct. 30; AD Barnes Park, 3401 SW 72nd Ave., West Miami-Dade; $25 for four, $8 per person, reservations required.
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ABC News - - 1 hour ago
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Police have arrested six people, mostly teens, on suspicion of breaking into the homes of Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan and other Hollywood figures to satisfy a celebrity obsession and steal from ...
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Atlanta Journal Constitution - - 28 minutes ago
By Special By Ray Glier In Varners Restaurant & Tavern on Monday night, a host of Philadelphia fans were preaching that they have become kind and gentle.
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The Associated Press - - 48 minutes ago
STORRS, Conn. - Police charged a 21-year-old man with murder Tuesday in the stabbing death of a University of Connecticut football player outside a school-sanctioned dance, where the suspect's lawyer says he was just trying to break up a fight.
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Hulk Hogan credits Laila Ali, daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, with helping him snap out of depression. If you can't get enough of Hulk Hogan, today is your lucky day.
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ATLANTA - More than 22 million doses of swine flu vaccine are available now, and most Americans should soon find it easier to get their dose, US health officials said Tuesday.
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Wall Street Journal - - 36 minutes ago
Antipsychotic drugs widely used in children caused youths to gain as much as 19 pounds on average after just 11 weeks on the medications, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Reuters - - 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The healthcare overhaul moving through Congress elevates the job of running the government's $700-billion Medicare agency to new heights and all but guarantees a political battle over filling the post.
Schwarzenegger Urges Passage of Health-Care Package by Year's End Wall Street Journal
Schwarzenegger backs mandatory health insurance, calls for more US aid McClatchy Washington Bureau
CBS News - - Oct 23, 2009
(CBS) After months of taking incoming fire from the prime-time stars of Fox News, the Obama White House is firing back, charging that FOX News is different from all other news.
MSN Money - - Oct 22, 2009
The conditions that led to the October market crashes of 1929 and 1987 simply aren't there today. But that doesn't mean a wipeout couldn't happen again.
New York Times - - Oct 23, 2009
Not long ago, I started an experiment in self-binding: intentionally creating an obstacle to behavior I was helpless to control, much the way Ulysses lashed himself to his ship's mast to avoid succumbing to the Sirens' song.
Buzz Log (blog) - - Oct 23, 2009
It must have seemed so perfect. An obscure blogger unearths some pages of President Obama's college thesis. The report supposedly comes from big-time journalist Joe Klein of Time magazine.
NewsMax.com - Oct 23, 2009
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has endorsed a third-party candidate over the GOP-backed contender in New York's congressional special election, saying her own party has abandoned its core values.