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Herman Cain's Power Suit

Newsweek -
The frontrunner's double-breasted suits are sending the wrong message as he goes on the offensive against allegations of sexual harassment.
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Police: Judge won't be charged over video beating

USA Today -
McALLEN, Texas (AP) - A Texas family law judge whose daughter secretly videotaped him savagely beating her seven years ago won't face criminal charges because too much time has elapsed, police said Thursday.

Papandreou Struggles to Hold on To Power

Bloomberg -
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou attends a joint press conference June 20, 2011 at the EU headquarters in Brussels. Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou attends a joint press ...

Hundreds jam Oakland council meeting on Occupy

San Francisco Chronicle -
Noah Berger / AP An anarchy symbol is painted the entrance to an office building at 1333 Broadway in Oakland, Calif., following an Occupy Oakland protest early Thursday morning, Nov. 3, 2011.

Decertification would put 2011-12 NBA season in serious jeopardy

Derek Fisher would lose some of his influence over players in these labor negotiations if the union decertifies. AP Frustrated by an inability to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement with owners, some NBA players have sought the advice of an ...

Groupon Raises 30% More Than Sought, Prices IPO Above Range

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Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Groupon Inc. raised $700 million in its initial public offering, 30 percent more than it sought, valuing the biggest online-coupon provider at about $12.7 billion.

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Syrian tank fire kills three in Homs: activists

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1 of 3. Anti-government protesters attend the funeral of Sunni Muslim villagers killed on Wednesday, in Hula near Homs November 2, 2011.

Senate blocks Obama plan for infrastructure | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-11-04

Philadelphia Inquirer -
AP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., right, walks to the floor of the Senate with Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl of Ariz.

More Solyndra documents sought | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-11-04

Philadelphia Inquirer -
WASHINGTON - The Republican-controlled House Energy and Commerce Committee voted to issue a broad subpoena demanding more documents from the White House as part of the committee's investigation into a government loan guarantee to the ...

Romney seeks arts, Amtrak cuts

Detroit Free Press -
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney proposed deep cuts in federal subsidies for public broadcasting and the arts and limiting government spending to only essential programs in a debt-reduction plan he said would pull the nation from a fiscal ...

Bleak Portrait of Poverty Is Off the Mark, Experts Say

New York Times -
John William Springs, a retiree who gets nearly $12000 a year in Social Security and disability checks, is $1300 above the poverty threshold: officially, not poor.

ECB's Mario Draghi Offers Hope He Can Do What Europe Needs: View

Bloomberg -
By the Editors Thu Nov 03 23:00:00 GMT 2011 Comments The new head of the European Central Bank demonstrated yesterday that's he's ready to step in to support the euro-area economy.

Nikkei up nearly 2 percent as Greece referendum fears abate

Reuters -
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Nikkei share average rose nearly 2 percent on Friday, as Greece appeared ready to abandon a proposed referendum that threatened a plan to contain Europe's debt crisis, but the benchmark still logged a weekly loss ...

Today in Tech: Why the Kindle Fire is good for Apple

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Photo-maker, audio player: hands-on with the LTE HTC Rezound

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By Casey Johnston | Published November 3, 2011 8:15 PM HTC unveiled the Rezound for Verizon today, a smartphone with Beats audio certification and specs meant to rival the other behemoth phones making their way to the same carrier.

Google tweaks search engine for timeliness

Sacramento Bee -
SAN FRANCISCO - Acknowledging that some searches were giving people stale results, Google revised its methods Thursday to make the answers timelier.

Keeping up with the contact: Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries 'still talking ...

Daily Mail -
Despite filing for divorce, Kim Kardashian is reportedly still having regular chats and texting her estranged husband Kris Humphries.

Justin Bieber fans launch online death threats at mother of his 'love child' -
Justin Bieber's fanatical followers have issued online death threats against Mariah Yeater, the older woman who claims to have fathered his love child after a backstage encounter.

'Tower Heist'

Kansas City Star -
Comedy is funnier when it rebounds off a hard reality, and the money woes underpinning "Tower Heist" give the caper a solid bounce.

Twilight stars honoured in Hollywood handprint ceremony

BBC News -
The stars of the Twilight films have been honoured in Hollywood by leaving imprints of their hands and feet outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

Jury ponders fate of Jackson doctor

CNN International -
Los Angeles (CNN) -- The jury in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor begins deliberating Dr. Conrad Murray's fate Friday morning.

Red Bulls Eliminated by Galaxy in MLS Playoffs

New York Times -
By JOSEPH D'HIPPOLITO CARSON, Calif. - The bane of the Red Bulls' season - conceding goals on dead-ball plays - proved costly in Major League Soccer's Western Conference semifinals Thursday night.

Sharks rally past Penguins 4-3 in shootout -
San Jose Sharks left wing Patrick Marleau (12) works against Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Matt Niskanen (2) during the second period of an NHL hockey game in San Jose, Calif.

Havre de Grace, Uncle Mo seek Breeders' Cup win

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-- Their people can talk the talk, but it will be up to Havre de Grace and Uncle Mo to validate the hype when they run in the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic on Saturday at Churchill Downs.

Matty Alou dies at 72; one of three baseball-star brothers

Los Angeles Times -
Matty Alou won the National League batting title in 1966 while with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He and his brothers Felipe and Jesus became the only trio of brothers to play outfield together in a 1963 game.

Former GM of Dodgers Is Interested in Buying

New York Times -
Fred Claire, a former general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, said Thursday that he was part of a group that wants to buy the team.

Major berg forming in Antarctica

BBC News -
A rift has formed in the shelf of floating ice in front of the Pine Island Glacier (PIG). The surface crack in the PIG runs for almost 30km (20 miles), is 60m (200ft) deep and is growing every day.

China's spacecraft dock successfully

San Francisco Chronicle -
With a "kiss" more than 200 miles above Earth, a pair of Chinese spacecraft successfully coupled early Thursday morning, bringing the country one step closer to its four-decade quest for manned space exploration.

Moscow 'Mars mission' ends after 520 days

MOSCOW - Six volunteers were to emerge from isolation Friday after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars.

Prolonged sitting linked to breast cancer, colon cancer

USA Today -
More than 90000 new cancer cases a year in the United States may be due to physical inactivity and prolonged periods of sitting, a new analysis shows.

Cantaloupe listeria outbreak most deadly since 1924

USA Today -
With 29 people now confirmed dead, the listeria outbreak linked to cantaloupe from one Colorado farm is officially the deadliest foodborne illness outbreak in the United States since 1924, according to the Centers for ...


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