Houston Chronicle - - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON - At a time when US Army troops are fighting two wars halfway around the globe, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan possessed all the qualifications the military so desperately needs: He is an Arabic-speaking Muslim ...
Video: Obama Urges Congress to End Fort Hood Probe The Associated Press
Obama urges Congress to put off Fort Hood probe The Associated Press
Voice of America - 2 hours ago
By VOA News Asia-Pacific leaders ended their summit in Singapore Sunday with a final statement that pledged a conclusion of the Doha Round of global trade talks in 2010, but removed targets for carbon emissions cuts.
Video: IMF Chief WORLD BANK ASIA APEC 2009 SINGAPORE Asia in Post-Crisis Global Economy Santa Barbara Arts TV
APEC Heads Disagree on Currencies Wall Street Journal
FOXNews - - 5 hours ago
Some critics say a civilian trial -- instead of a military tribunal -- for self-proclaimed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his accomplices could end up targeting the Bush administration and its anti-terror policies.
Remaining detainees leave Guantanamo's closure up in air Los Angeles Times
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New York Times - - 13 hours ago
A Beijing store is selling notebooks with an image of President Obama, who arrives in China for a three-day visit on Sunday. People demonstrated Friday for the release of political prisoners in China ...
North Korea, Free Trade Likely to Dominate Obama's Korea Visit Voice of America
BBC News - - 25 minutes ago
Police are once again visible on the streets of Mingora, the main town in Pakistan's Swat valley. Just months ago many had been driven out of their jobs by Taliban militants.
Militants attack anti-Taliban mayor in Pakistan The Associated Press
Xinhua - - 9 hours ago
ROME, Nov.14 (Xinhua) -- Jacques Diouf, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization director-general, Friday launched a 24-hour hunger strike ahead of the World Summit on Food Security to call for an end to hunger.
UN food chief stages hunger strike ahead of summit The Associated Press
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Los Angeles Times - - 1 hour ago
The self-described 'rogue' is anathema to the party establishment but manna from heaven to the grass roots. By Max Blumenthal In a Republican Party hoping to rebound in 2010 on the strength of a newly energized and ideologically aroused conservative ...
Memoir Is Palin's Payback to McCain Campaign New York Times
Palin Book Tour Builds on Web Strategy Wall Street Journal
Detroit Free Press - - 1 hour ago
AP CHICAGO -- The Obama administration may buy a near-empty prison outside Chicago to house detainees from Guantánamo Bay along with federal inmates, a White House official said Saturday.
Source: Illinois prison eyed for Gitmo inmates The Associated Press
Detroit Free Press - 48 minutes ago
The health care debate has pitted Republicans against Democrats. But the bill passed by the US House has caused a nasty rift between Democratic US Rep. Bart Stupak of Menominee and many other Democrats.
THE INFLUENCE GAME: Abortion rights' scramble The Associated Press
Health-care reform and abortion coverage: Questions and answers Washington Post
Bloomberg - 3 hours ago
By Bloomberg News Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- The decline of the dollar and decisions in the US not to raise interest rates have caused “huge” speculation in foreign exchange trading and seriously affected global asset prices, said Liu Mingkang, ...
China's Liu Warns on Weak Dollar Wall Street Journal
Reuters - 13 minutes ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc said on Sunday it has agreed to sell its stake in Japanese telemarketer Bellsystem24 to US private equity firm Bain Capital for 93.5 billion yen ($1 billion).
Bain to Buy Bellsystem24 Wall Street Journal
BusinessWeek - - 13 hours ago
In a revision to the Google Books Settlement filed in federal court late Friday night, Google and the Authors Guild made concessions to industry groups, regulators and others who have vocally opposed the plan.
Google, Authors, Publishers Offer Revised Book Pact Wall Street Journal
CNET News - - Nov 13, 2009
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 ...
Splash! NASA moon crash struck lots of water The Associated Press
TG Daily - - 2 hours ago
Apple has finally managed to outflank Psystar after fighting a bloody and protracted legal battle against the infamous Mac clone manufacturer.
Judge's ruling puts legal nail in Psystar's coffin Computerworld
Judge rules for Apple in Psystar case CNET News
The Associated Press - - 15 hours ago
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - NASA has cleared space shuttle Atlantis for liftoff Monday on a trip to stock up the International Space Station with several years' worth of spare parts.
Space Shuttle Workers Fear End of Program, Loss of Jobs The Jacksonville Observer
NASA: Shuttle Atlantis ready to go United Press International
MiamiHerald.com - - 3 hours ago
The list of Stuff From The 1960s That Doesn't Need To Be Relived just keeps getting longer: Beehive hairdos. Frankie and Annette movies.
Jim Caviezel finds meaning in 'Prisoner' remake Boston Herald
TV review: 'The Prisoner' returns, starring Jim Caviezel Dallas Morning News
msnbc.com - - 1 hour ago
NBC News has obtained an advanced copy of Sarah Palin's new book, "Going Rogue: An American Life" Below are some of the fascinating excerpts, thanks to the tireless efforts of the fine folks working the late shift.
Sarah Palin Was 'Devastated' by Daughter's Pregnancy People Magazine
Sarah Palin: Bristol's pregnancy “shocked” and “devastated” me The Money Times
New York Times - - 27 minutes ago
The first annual Governors Awards banquet, created to bestow career-oriented Oscars on the worthy without taking up time on the annual awards broadcast, was loving, lustrous and long.
Honorary Oscars being handed out early Denver Post
Oscars give Roger Corman and Gordon Willis a golden glow Los Angeles Times
MiamiHerald.com - 2 hours ago
By Sports Network LAS VEGAS -- Manny Pacquiao added another chapter to a burgeoning legend on Saturday night at the MGM Grand, stopping Miguel Cotto in the 12th and final round of their WBO welterweight championship fight.
Another hit for Pac-Man Boston Herald
Boston Globe - - 57 minutes ago
ESPN - - 50 minutes ago
PITTSBURGH -- When a replay official ruled quarterback Jimmy Clausen's right arm wasn't moving forward on a controversial fumble with 2:10 to play, Notre Dame's fourth loss of the season was sealed.
Jimmy Clausen: We had to dig ourselves out of a hole SportingNews.com
Notre Dame 2-minute drill Chicago Tribune
Washington Post - 2 hours ago
Here's how some major bills fared recently in Congress and how local congressional members voted, as provided by Thomas Voting Reports.
Video: GOP Bashes Dems Health Care Proposals The Associated Press
GOP leaps on study of rising health care costs The Associated Press
Kingston Daily Freeman - - 1 hour ago
A recent study on breast cancer screening and the disappointing correlation between early diagnosis and mortality rates in the past 20 years sends a somewhat mixed message that could leave women confused about the choices ...
Cancer hits Tennesseans hard The Tennessean
Lung cancer leading cause of cancer death in women Maryville Daily Times
Journal Times - 3 hours ago
Scott Anderson Kathryn Turke, right, gets a needle stuck in her arm by Andrea Jaeger, a public health nurse, left, on Saturday, November 14, 2009 to receive a free H1N1 Influenza vaccine.
Flu cases on the rise; no school closures yet Eagle Tribune
Some children need 2nd H1N1 shot NewsOK.com
RenewAmerica - - Nov 9, 2009
Once more, an act of supreme violence occurs on our soil and the self-censoring media - led by the man in the White House - go wandering around Mr.
Memphis Commercial Appeal - - Nov 7, 2009
Earning $160000 a year as Memphis mayor, he was seeking - and finding - ever new sources of income. He began cashing in unused vacation days.
Packers.com - Nov 9, 2009
AP Game Summary: Packers Fall To Buccaneers 38-28 OK, I'll start with the injuries. Mark Tauscher had a knee sprain to the same knee that he had surgery on.
Wall Street Journal - - 16 hours ago
The announcement a week ago of 10.2% unemployment is a significant political event for President Barack Obama. It could well usher in a particularly serious crisis for his political standing, influence and ...
Huffington Post (blog) - - Nov 2, 2009
As commentators seem ready to over-interpret tomorrow's election results in three jurisdictions, they should instead consider how four long-term trends show the GOP engaged in political slow-motion suicide.