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Snow, wind, rain smack Northeast; cleanup begins

Atlanta Journal Constitution -
AP STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - An unseasonably early snowstorm that blanketed parts of states from Maryland to Maine, knocking out power to millions and snarling air and highway travel, was forecast to slowly move north out of New England ...
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Kabul suicide bomb claims 17 victims

The Guardian -
This article was published on at 22.56 BST on Saturday 29 October 2011 . A version appeared in the Observer on Sunday 30 October 2011 .

Israeli air strikes kill nine militants

The Guardian -
A spiralling round of Israeli air strikes and rocket fire from Gaza claimed the lives of nine Palestinian militants and one Israeli civilian on Saturday following weeks of relative calm.

USC coach Lane Kiffin 'disappointed' with officials after loss to Stanford

USA Today -
Lane Kiffin wasn't just unhappy after his team lost to Stanford in triple overtime. The USC coach also was 'disappointed' with the officials denying the Trojans an opportunity to kick potential game-winning field goal on the ...

Merkel's blunt message: Save the euro to save Europe | Philadelphia Inquirer ...

Philadelphia Inquirer -
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave a blunt assessment of the stakes as European leaders struggle to solve their continent's government debt crisis and save their common currency, the euro.

Twi-Hard Alert: Two New Breaking Dawn Spots. Do You Like?

E! Online -
Two new promos for Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 were released Friday, more pleasing teasers for the much anticipated flick starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart due in theaters November 18.

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Syria's Assad warns of 'earthquake' if West intervenes

BBC News -
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned of an "earthquake" if the West intervenes in his country. In a rare interview with the UK's Sunday Telegraph newspaper, Mr Assad said involvement risked transforming Syria into "another Afghanistan".

Turkey calls off search for survivors and Republic Day celebrations

eTaiwan News -
Turkey's government said on Saturday it would call off efforts to find survivors of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that has killed 582 people.

17 Detained in Serbia After US Embassy Attack

Fox News -
| AP Oct. 28: 2011: An unidentified gunman stands in the center of the street in Sarajevo, Bosnia on a street in front of the US embassy.

In Nashville, Occupy crowd and police continue standoff | Philadelphia ...

Philadelphia Inquirer -
AP NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Occupy Wall Street protesters and Tennessee state officials squared off for a third consecutive night Saturday, even though a judge has consistently refused to jail the demonstrators and said the state had no ...

GOP, Democrats unable to bridge jobs bill divide

San Francisco Chronicle -
Carolyn Kaster / AP After weeks of relentless presidential pressure and congressional votes and debate, the stalemate in Congress between Democrats and Republicans over jobs legislation shows no signs of easing.

Solyndra scandal probe widens as White House orders new review

Christian Science Monitor -
Faced with a growing scandal over the bankrupt Solyndra solar power company, the Obama administration has ordered an independent review of government loans to energy companies.

Alaska police say 1 dead in shooting at hotel

The Associated Press -
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Police say a suspect has been arrested in a fatal shooting at an Anchorage hotel. Lt. Dave Parker says the suspect was arrested near his Anchorage home, which is near the Millennium Alaskan Hotel where the shooting occurred ...

Boulder utility campaign being fought on yards and YouTube

Denver Post -
If the ballot measures giving the city of Boulder the power to create a municipal electricity utility were decided based on Facebook "likes" and yard signs, municipalization wins in a landslide.

Qantas CEO stuns Australia with high-stakes gambit

Reuters -
SYDNEY, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is no stranger to clashing with unions. But his extraordinary move to ground the airline's global fleet over labour unrest is his biggest gamble yet and has angered unions, passengers and ...

Fleeing fees

Asbury Park Press -
Community banks and credit unions want to attract customers upset by new fees at big banks. Leo R. Ardine, president and chief executive officer of United Teletech Financial, talks about the upcoming Bank Transfer Day outside the Tinton Falls location.

US stocks open lower after Thursday's big rally

BusinessWeek -
Stocks edged lower in early trading Friday after appliance maker Whirlpool Corp. said it will cut 5000 jobs, citing weak demand and higher costs for materials.

Google TV Tries Again, Adds Android App Suppport

InformationWeek -
Google TV's new software is ready and will soon be available for Logitech and Sony hardware. By Thomas Claburn InformationWeek Google is ready to release a software update for its partners' Google TV hardware.

Siri port now talking to Apple servers, avoiding Cydia

Engadget -
A little cajoling from a clever developer got Siri talking to the iPhone 4 and the iPad, but Apple's tight-lipped servers kept the conversation effectively one-sided.

Conrad Murray You Decide His Fate -
A Los Angeles jury will probably decide next week whether Conrad Murray is a felon. So we gotta ask ... Please check your inbox ... your comment will not appear until you have confirmed your identity via email. When you enter your name and email ...

Box office update: 'Puss in Boots' the cat's meow on Friday with $9.6 million

Entertainment Weekly -
Dreamworks Animation's Shrek-spinoff Puss in Boots got off to a decent start at the box office on Friday, scratching up the competition and topping the chart with an estimated $9.6 million.

Georgia Tech rocks Clemson in ACC battle, 31-17

ATLANTA -- If you're an Oklahoma State fan, then you'll wake up Sunday feeling good about your BCS championship hopes, and rightfully so.

St. Louis' wild ride ends with parade today

San Francisco Chronicle -
AP St. Louis -- Albert Pujols tried to give away nothing during the celebration, tried to stay in the moment. But what a moment it was.

Paterno earns record-setting win -
Joe Paterno notched his 409th career victory to pass Eddie Robinson as the all-time Division I leader. The 10-7 victory over Illinois also improved surprising Penn State to 8-1 (5-0 Big Ten) on the season.

More NBA games might be lost

Detroit Free Press -
NEW YORK -- Anyone who has been to a car dealership or bought a home understands how negotiating works. One side offers a number, the other counters, and they meet somewhere in the middle and make a deal.

Yankees pick up options on Cano and Swisher

USA Today -
NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Yankees have exercised contract options for next season on second baseman Robinson Cano and right fielder Nick Swisher.

New NASA Earth Watching Satellite Launched

Industry Leaders Magazine -
NASA launched an Earth-watching satellite on 28 th October 2011, a year after its planned launch. The primary purpose of the satellite is to monitor climatic and weather changes and provide enhanced The NASA satellite was launched in a Delta 2 rocket a ...

Asteroid Lutetia may have core of hot melted metal -
An OSIRIS clear filter image taken during the flyby of the Rosetta spacecraft at asteroid Lutetia on July 10, 2010. By Charles Q. Choi A new look at an asteroid in deep space has revealed signs of a molten-hot core, a smoldering remnant from the ...

Halloween's dilemma: Candy vs. healthful treats

Los Angeles Times -
Because deciding what treats to hand out can be tricky, we sought guidance from experts in nutrition, pediatrics and dental health on what they do.

Ex-Brazilian President Lula has cancer in larynx

Chicago Sun-Times -
SAO PAULO - Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva will undergo chemotherapy to treat a cancerous tumor in his larynx, doctors said Saturday.


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