Washington Post - - 3 hours ago
An Army psychiatrist allegedly opened fire Thursday in a crowded medical building at Fort Hood, Tex., killing at least 13 people and wounding others.
Suspect in Ft. Hood Case Is Said to Be Paralyzed New York Times
Voice of America - - 1 hour ago
US President Barack Obama is calling for a new era in trans-Pacific relations. In a speech in Tokyo, the president said America is determined to partner with Asia to meet the global challenges of today.
Video: President Obama Meets with Japanese Prime Minister Hatoyama FULL VIDEO 33 Minutes Santa Barbara Arts TV
Obama says US does not wish to 'contain' China Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr.'s decision raises legal, political and ethical questions -- and criticism from some key Republicans.
Video: Obama: US Won't Be 'Cowed by North Korea' The Associated Press
New York, Court Brace for Logistical Hurdles Wall Street Journal
CNN International -
New York Times -
Recommended for you »
Sign in to add a section with stories recommended for you, by using search history.
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
The fascination is as much about curiosity as admiration. It is not just that he looks unlike any other US president, everything about him is polar opposite to China's gray, staid Communist chiefs.
Obama to Outline Asia Approach in Tokyo Speech Voice of America
Wall Street Journal - - 3 hours ago
ISLAMABAD -- Suicide car bombs ripped through an office of Pakistan's main spy agency and hit a police post in the country's violent northwest Friday, killing at least 12 people in what appeared to be the Taliban's latest attempts to ...
Militants turn on spy agency in Pakistan North County Times
New York Times - 1 hour ago
By REUTERS Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded two others in a confrontation near a Gaza Strip border crossing on Friday, the Israeli Army and Palestinian medical workers said.
Local News »
View stories near:
Salt Lake Tribune - - 1 hour ago
AP FILE - In this Sept. 3, 2008 file photo, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, left, is joined by Republican presidential candidate John mccain, right, and daughter Piper at the end of her speech at the Republican ...
Palin's Book Tour Builds on Effective Web Strategy Wall Street Journal
Reuters - - 6 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Democratic US Representative William Jefferson, who hid $90000 in cash in his freezer, was sentenced on Friday to 13 years in prison for bribery, racketeering and money laundering.
Ex-Louisiana Congressman Sentenced to 13 Years New York Times
MiamiHerald.com - - 55 minutes ago
Bloomberg - - 50 minutes ago
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama promised broader engagement with Asia, staking a US claim in shaping the future development of a region that is leading the world out of recession.
US commits to Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations Channel News Asia
Bloomberg - - 21 minutes ago
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. and groups of authors and publishers agreed to scale back the international reach of a settlement designed to create a digital book library.
Google, Authors, Publishers Offer Revised Book Pact Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 7 hours ago
Stocks climbed amid some better-than-expected earnings reports, with Walt Disney propelling the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher and retailer JC Penney getting a boost from investors.
Earnings reports push stocks higher; Dow gains 73 The Associated Press
Dow rises 73 as retailers fuel rally Arizona Republic
CNET News - - 5 hours ago
Making a bigger splash than expected, the crash of an empty rocket stage in a permanently shadowed crater near the moon's south pole last month kicked up a surprising amount of water ice and vapor, confirming the presence of a ...
Water on the Moon Confirmed by NASA Crashes National Geographic
PC World - 3 hours ago
Dell is launching its Android-based Mini 3 smartphone in China and Brazil. The global strategy seems questionable at face value, but contains a flash of genius as well.
Dell to Launch Smartphone In China, and Later, Brazil Wall Street Journal
Dell Will Introduce a Smartphone New York Times
ChannelWeb - - 5 hours ago
By Joseph F. Kovar, channelweb Apple is looking to hire a game developer for its iphone and itouch team, but such a move carries the possibility of alienating some of its huge ecosystem of independent game developers.
Germans Catch the iPhone Apps Wave BusinessWeek
Sky Mobile TV launches on App Store SlashPhone
Reuters - - 11 hours ago
FORT COLLINS (Reuters) - The parents of a Colorado boy whose apparent brush with death in a helium balloon transfixed millions pleaded guilty on Friday to staging a publicity-seeking hoax and will be sentenced next month.
Video: 'Balloon Boy's' Parents Plead Guilty in Colorado The Associated Press
Colorado parents plead guilty in balloon boy saga The Associated Press
Washington Post - - 8 hours ago
If a film critic awards four stars to a movie directed by Roland Emmerich -- Hollywood's reigning king of catastrophe, the critically scorned director of "Independence Day" and "Godzilla" -- will the world come to an end?
'2012': The Reviews Are In! MTV.com
'2012' is formula action movie turned up to 10 San Francisco Chronicle
USA Today - - Nov 12, 2009
By Dan macmedan, USA TODAY By Dan macmedan, USA TODAY By Susan Wloszczyna, USA TODAY Time for a seismic shift in the Twilight heartthrob universe as a different type of sexy beast takes over when New Moon rises in theaters Nov. 20.
MiamiHerald.com - - 31 minutes ago
Few would argue that the welterweight division has become boxing's most talented weight class. When experts analyze the sport's best ``pound-for-pound'' fighters, welterweights dominate most top 10 lists.
Miguel Cotto must be up to speed Boston Herald
Notes (and video) from Pacquiao-Cotto Vegas scene Los Angeles Times
USA Today - - 27 minutes ago
(Sports Network) - The reigning NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers arrive in the Rocky Mountains Friday for a rematch of last year's Western Conference Finals with the Denver Nuggets.
Lakers' Ron Artest loses Round 1 to Denver's Carmelo Anthony Los Angeles Times
'Melo gets better of Artest as Nuggets whip Lakers The Associated Press
New York Times - 54 minutes ago
By AP Interviews, insight and analysis from The Times on the competition and culture of college football. AP and Coaches' Polls Tony Pike threw two touchdown passes in a brief appearance Friday night, and the Bearcats overcame a self-destructive first ...
Cincinnati 24, West Virginia 21 USA Today
St. Cloud Times - - 17 minutes ago
H1N1 flu clinics are coming to schools in Stearns and Benton counties. See the accompanying list for the schedule. Children in Sherburne County can get the shots at the county government ...
Winona County to hold first public H1N1 clinics Winona Daily News
Boston Globe - - 1 hour ago
A worker scrubbed pipes in June during decontamination at Genzyme's Allston plant after a virus infected a bioreactor. (Wendy Maeda/ Globe Staff/ File) By Robert Weisman Genzyme Corp.
Foreign Particles Found In Genzyme Medicines Wall Street Journal
Washington Post - - Nov 12, 2009
About 22 million Americans have become ill with pandemic H1N1 influenza in the past six months and 3900 have died, according to new estimates by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
New York Times - - Nov 12, 2009
The face of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's new maestro, Gustavo Dudamel, has been plastered across town on buses, billboards and banners.
The Onion (satire) - Nov 9, 2009
NEW MUNICH—The new Sci-Fi Channel series Fallen Axis, which eerily depicts a world in which Germany actually lost the Second World War, premiered Tuesday evening to high ratings in an alternate universe to our own.
New York Magazine - - Nov 8, 2009
The beleaguered and tattered Peacock Network deserves better than Jeff Zucker, Jay Leno, and maybe even Comcast. By Mark Harris Back in 1986, when GE acquired NBC, the jokes—most of them from within, courtesy of Johnny Carson and David ...
New York Times - - Nov 9, 2009
ABOARD THE ALGUITA, 1000 miles northeast of Hawaii - In this remote patch of the Pacific Ocean, hundreds of miles from any national boundary, the detritus of human life is collecting in a swirling current so large that it defies ...
Gadling (blog) - - Nov 9, 2009
America may seem civilized to you, as you lock your door and hop on the subway or into the car, then hang around indoors all day. When you go to the zoo, there's a disconnect.