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Herman Cain keeps explaining sexual harassment allegations

Los Angeles Times -
The GOP presidential candidate spends much of the day on TV and radio, rebutting critics and accusing unnamed opponents of mounting a 'smear campaign' involving the accusations by two ex-employees.

Israel 'punishes' Palestinians over UNESCO

JERUSALEM - Palestinian leaders reacted angrily after Israel said it would build 2000 settler homes and freeze the transfer of Palestinian tax funds to punish them for joining UNESCO.

'Dancing with the Stars' eliminated contestant: 'People got to know me'

Entertainment Weekly -
No, the hot-headed Ukrainian American wasn't booted off Dancing with the Stars after generating headlines for his row with Judge Len Goodman and his behavior toward his partner.

Light drinking linked to higher breast cancer risk

San Francisco Chronicle -
Drinking as few as three to six glasses of wine per week may increase a woman's lifetime risk of breast cancer by 15 percent, according to an analysis by Harvard researchers.

Kardashian apologizes to fans for failed marriage

Seattle Post Intelligencer -
FILE - In this Aug. 17, 2011 file photo, reality TV personality Kim Kardashian, right, and her fiance, NBA basketball player Kris Humphries, arrive at the Kardashian Kollection launch party in Los Angeles.

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In Libya, Fighting May Outlast the Revolution

New York Times -
Libyans celebrated the overthrow of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi after a military parade Friday in Misurata, a city that was the arsenal of the revolt.

Bangkok Governor Calls on Police to Defend Dikes From Floods

BusinessWeek -
Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra ordered police to protect a levee on the city's outskirts after thousands of people damaged the floodgate, threatening inner parts of the Thai capital.

UK: Disorder no excuse to clamp down on Internet

The Associated Press -
LONDON (AP) - Governments must not clamp down on Internet and mobile phone networks at times of social unrest, the British government said Tuesday - weeks after suggesting police should do just that during riots.

US Army soldier arrested on suspicion of espionage

Reuters -
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - A US Army specialist who was serving as a military policeman has been arrested at an Alaska military base on suspicion of spying, an Army spokesman said on Tuesday.

Perry Pushes Energy Subsidy End as He Criticizes Romney in Iowa

BusinessWeek -
Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Rick Perry, seeking to recharge his struggling White House campaign, called for an end to federal energy subsidies during a visit to Iowa yesterday that he also used to criticize Mitt Romney's economic plan.

MF Global Funds Are All Accounted For, Lawyer Tells Judge

Bloomberg -
Former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine and CEO of MF Global, center, conducts a morning meeting on the trading floor of his company's office in New York.

Bank of America scraps debit card fee after consumer backlash

Washington Post -
They called it the fee that went too far. For the past month, consumers have been railing against a new Bank of America charge requiring customers to pay $5 a month to use their debit cards for purchases.

BOJ Warns Yen May Gain Two Days After Record Intervention

BusinessWeek -
Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- A Bank of Japan board member warned that the yen may strengthen further, two days after the government sold the currency to protect exporters from the threat it would stay at a postwar record against the dollar.

'Supercommittee' hears sobering message from Simpson, Bowles

USA Today -
WASHINGTON - In their first three public hearings, the congressional "supercommittee" got charts and graphs from government number-crunchers about options for balancing the budget.

Microsoft Killed Courier Tablet Because it Wasn't Windows

The Mac Observer -
Microsoft killed its Courier tablet project mainly because it strayed outside of the company's two main businesses, Windows and Office, in a way that was perceived as a threat to those businesses.

Austin chip design company Calxeda partners with industry giant Hewlett-Packard

Austin American-Statesman -
As part of a technology change, commenting will not be available on some articles for a number of months. Read more about the change here.

iPhone 4S Battery Woes: Where is the Outrage?

PCWorld -
The iPhone 4S is just the latest example of a phone's battery life falling short of some users' expectations. Before this battery drain debacle, iOS 4 users complained of similar issues, as did owners of the ...

Bieber slams 'malicious' claims he fathered woman's baby -
Justin Bieber and his team are denying a woman's claims that he fathered a child with her. Justin Bieber and his team are swinging back at a shocking new lawsuit claiming he fathered a child with a 20-year-old California woman.

'Glee' Recap: Damian McGinty Makes His Debut

Hollywood Reporter -
Plus Santana and Brittany grow closer, Burt challenges Sue and more top moments from Season 3, Episode 4. The Glee Projectco-winner Damian McGinty made his long-awaited debut as Rory Flanagan on Tuesday's “Pot O' Gold” episode of Fox's hit Glee, ...

Gilbert Cates, Producer of Oscar Shows, Dies at 77

New York Times -
LOS ANGELES - Gilbert Cates, a director and producer who shaped Hollywood's labor relations through the Directors Guild of America and its glamour scene through a record 14 Oscar telecasts, died here on Monday.

Zooey Deschanel separates from Death Cab frontman

Reuters -
Actress Zooey Deschanel poses at the premiere of her new film ''Our Idiot Brother'' in Hollywood, California August 16, 2011.

Fisher Fights Back Against Reports

New York Times (blog) -
A day after defending his honor in a letter to NBA players, the union president Derek Fisher issued another statement Tuesday, this time denouncing news reports that accused him of betraying the union's trust.

Nine first-time winners highlight Gold Gloves -
A season's worth of highlight-reel plays and steady hands were honored Tuesday evening, as winners of the Rawlings Gold Glove Awards were announced.

The Big East Is on the Verge of Adding New Members

New York Times -
PHILADELPHIA - The Big East, in a effort to pull the conference back from the brink, moved to extend invitations to several universities after a unanimous vote by the league presidents at their annual meeting Tuesday.

Cuban says asking price for Dodgers too steep -
Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks, offered to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers several months ago but pulled out of negotiations because the price was too high.

NASA funds laser tractor beam research

Register -
NASA has awarded a $100000 grant to three boffins who are investigating a tractor beam trifecta. Principal Investigator Paul Stysley and team members Demetrios Poulios and Barry Coyle at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center received the grant to research ...

Asteroid 2005 YU55 will zip by Earth next week

USA Today -
A close encounter of the harmless kind comes next Tuesday when an aircraft-carrier-size asteroid races past Earth. An aircraft-carrier-sized asteroid zooms past Earth on Nov. 8, the largest near-miss for the planet in three ...

Weather extremes to worsen, climate study says

San Francisco Chronicle -
Thailand's capital city, Bangkok, is experiencing severe flooding from the Chao Phraya River, overflowing because of extreme monsoons.

State ranks first in painkiller abuse, 9th in overdose deaths -
By STEPHANIE NANO Leave a comment NEW YORK - The number of overdose deaths from powerful painkillers more than tripled over a decade, the government reported Tuesday - a trend the nation's top health official called an epidemic, but one that can be ...

Healthy Living: Gardasil Vaccination (Human Papilloma Virus) for Males

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. Its presence is by no means a comment on the lifestyle of those infected, but rather an indication of the scope of this virus.

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