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As Obama Talks Sanctions With Foreign Leaders, Lawmakers, Candidates Debate ...

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Sep. 22, 2011: Members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Navy march during a parade to commemorate the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war in Tehran.

European Stocks Fluctuate as New Leaders Tackle Debt Crisis

BusinessWeek -
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- European stocks fluctuated as real- estate and travel and leisure companies slipped, outweighing gains by banks.

Occupy roundup: Arrests, evacuations and a serenade

By the CNN Wire Staff Portland, Oregon police made more than 50 arrests Sunday as they cleared two parks of protesters. Are you there?

Kindle Fire review: Yes, it's that good

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For $199, it's hard to find anything we didn't like about the Amazon Kindle Fire.'s Wilson Rothman explains how it works.

More miscues by Jets -
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - The silence that spread throughout MetLife Stadium midway through the fourth quarter was as much confusion and befuddlement as it was dissatisfaction.

Russian Rocket Gives NASA a Lift to Space Station

New York Times -
MOSCOW - A Russian Soyuz rocket blasted off amid heavy snow in Kazakhstan on Monday morning, beginning a two-day trip to ferry three astronauts to the International Space Station and opening a new era of American dependence on ...

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Russia opposes Arab League decision to suspend Syria

Ha'aretz -
FM Sergei Lavrov says Western countries inciting opponents of Assad to seek his removal; EU government agree to extend sanctions on more Syria individuals.

Rival Libyan militias clash near military base

USA Today -
WARSHEFANA, Libya (AP) - Rival militias clashed on the outskirts of the Libyan capital for a fourth day Sunday in the most sustained violence since the capture and killing of Moammar Gadhafi last month.

7 Best Moments from Sunday Talk

Newsweek -
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett says there may be more Sandusky victims, Michele Bachmann champions waterboarding, Jon Huntsman accuses Rick Perry of 'sound-bite campaigning' and more in our Sunday Talk roundup.

No Aloha: Obama Skips out on APEC Tradition

ABC News -
President Barack Obama says the colorful Hawaiian aloha shirts are out when it comes to world leaders. Obama on Sunday chose not to continue a tradition started by President Bill Clinton nearly two decades ago.

Cain 'totally respects women,' wife says

By the CNN Wire Staff Accusations of sexual harassment have dominated Herman Cain's presidential campaign for the past couple of weeks.

Debt supercommittee getting nowhere fast

CBS News -
US Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) participates in a news conference on the jobs report, Nov. 4, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Getty) WASHINGTON - The Republican co-chair of a committee in charge of slashing the nation's deficit called deliberations a "roller ...

Rules Lag as Factory Dust Explosions Kill Workers

ABC News -
Each year, people are killed and maimed by explosions of finely powdered wood, metal or chemicals at factories around the country.

Merkel Says EU Must Forge Closer Union to Convince Bondholders

San Francisco Chronicle -
Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it's time to move toward closer political union in Europe to send a message to bondholders that euro-area leaders are serious about ending the sovereign debt crisis.

Oman Air signs up for 6 Boeing 787s by taking over earlier order from Kuwaiti ...

Washington Post -
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Boeing on Monday snagged a new Mideast customer for its much-hyped 787 Dreamliner at the Dubai Airshow, a day after it signed a record-breaking deal for 50 wide-body planes.

Cray wins $188 mln deal to build supercomputer

Reuters -
Nov 14 (Reuters) - US supercomputer firm Cray has won a $188 million contract with the University of Illinois to provide the supercomputer for Blue Waters project, three months after IBM pulled out of the venture.

Japan's Economy Emerges From Post-Quake Slump on Export Rebound

BusinessWeek -
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Japan's economy expanded for the first time in four quarters as exports recovered from a record earthquake, an expansion that is already slowing because of weakening overseas demand.

Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition debuts: 5.6GHz overclock

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Intel has outed its latest high-end processor, the Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition, along with a new chipset, the X79 Express, and manufacturers are already jumping all over the performance pair.

The Kindle Touch Feels Good

Wired News -
The text-based e-reader isn't ready for the dustbin of history quite yet. The Amazon Kindle was supposed to be slaughtered by the advent of the multi-use touchscreen tablet.

Box-office gods smile on 'Immortals'

Los Angeles Times -
The 3-D swords-and-sandals epic about ancient Greek gods vanquishes rivals Clint Eastwood and Adam Sandler to take in $32 million on its opening weekend.

Justin Timberlake Parties at the Marine Corps Ball

People Magazine -
Looks like they had a ball - or, as he tells it, the event "turned out to be one of the most moving evenings I've ever had.

NBA players' union faces major decision -
AP / November 14, 2011 The players' association will meet in New York this morning, a session that could lead to the end of the lockout or send it into a bigger tailspin.

Stricker fit for Presidents Cup

Reuters Canada -
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Steve Stricker has declared himself fit for an American tilt at a fourth straight Presidents Cup this week, having shrugged off a neck injury that has kept him out since September.

49ers reel off seventh straight win -
The Giants' Spencer Paysinger can't trip up Kendall Hunter before the 49ers running back reaches the end zone. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press) By Janie McCauley Associated Press / November 14, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO - Justin Smith emphatically ...

Russia Mars probe may fall to Earth in January

MOSCOW - A Russian probe that was to visit a moon of Mars but is stuck in orbit around the Earth could burn up in the Earth's atmosphere in January, the head of the Russian space agency said Monday.

H. Gobind Khorana, 89, Nobel-Winning Scientist, Dies

New York Times -
H. Gobind Khorana, who rose from a childhood of poverty in India to become a biochemist and share in a Nobel Prize for his role in deciphering the genetic code, died on Wednesday in Concord, Mass.

J&J-Bayer Blood Thinner May Enter $1 Billion Market on Data

BusinessWeek -
Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- A study showing Johnson & Johnson and Bayer AG's blood-thinner Xarelto succeeded where rivals failed in reducing deaths following a heart attack promises to give the companies entry to a ...

Sugary drinks hurt even skinny women's hearts -
Women who drink sugary beverages every day may raising their risk for heart disease, even if their habit is not packing on the pounds.

PASSINGS: Evelyn Lauder

Los Angeles Times -
Evelyn Lauder, 75, the daughter-in-law of cosmetics magnate Estee Lauder who helped create the pink ribbon symbol for breast cancer awareness, died Saturday at her Manhattan home of complications from nongenetic ovarian cancer, said Estee Lauder Cos.

Report: 522M people could have diabetes by 2030

USA Today -
GENEVA (AP) - The International Diabetes Federation predicts that one in 10 adults could have diabetes by 2030, according to their latest statistics.


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