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Clinton to Visit Myanmar as Dissident Leader Rejoins Politics

New York Times -
By JACKIE CALMES and THOMAS FULLER BALI, Indonesia - Hours before Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar's most prominent democracy campaigner, announced her return to formal politics on Friday, President Obama disclosed that he was sending Secretary of State ...
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Police Clashes Mar Occupy Wall Street Protests

ABC News -
An Occupy Wall Street protestor is grabbed by police as he tries to escape a scuffle in Zuccotti Park, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011, in New York.

Turkey Follows Russia, Warns of Syrian Civil War

Voice of America -
November 18, 2011 Turkey Follows Russia, Warns of Syrian Civil War VOA News There are new warnings that the situation in Syria could evolve into civil war.

In the End, the Jets Can't Stop Tebow

New York Times -
The Broncos' Tim Tebow eluding the Jets' Eric Smith in scoring the winning touchdown on a 20-yard run. He passed for 104 yards and ran for 68.

Motorola Mobility shareholders give the nod to Google merger

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Back during the summer, Google decided that it has the OS wrapped up with Android and wanted to add hardware maker to its bag of tricks.

Woods blanked again -
AP / November 18, 2011 The Americans kept the lead in the Presidents Cup, and they still don't have a point from Tiger Woods. In some of the toughest conditions ever at Royal Melbourne, Aaron Baddeley and Jason Day earned a small measure of redemption ...

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Greek debt swap to cut 2012 deficit to 5.4 percent of GDP

Reuters -
1 of 8. A Greek national flag flies at the archaeological site of the Acropolis Hill in Athens November 3, 2011. ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's government forecasts a budget deficit of 5.4 percent of GDP next year, provided a planned debt swap to reduce ...

Iran nuclear issue must be solved through dialogues, cooperation: FM spokesman

Xinhua -
BEIJING, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- China on Friday said an upcoming draft resolution by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is aimed at strengthening cooperation between Iran and the IAEA, adding that China supports efforts to settle the Iran ...

East Asian leaders' meetings should shun noises to focus on cooperation

Xinhua -
BEIJING, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- East Asian leaders should stick to the theme of unity, development and cooperation in search of mutual benefit during their current meetings and not be distracted by political and security disputes.

Past staffs recall no computer buybacks

The Boston Globe -
Top aides to the three Massachusetts governors who preceded Mitt Romney - all of them Republicans - said yesterday they know of no instance when state employees purchased their computer hard drive as they left the ...

Pilot Locked in Bathroom Causes Terror Scare on New York-Bound Plane

Fox News -
A pilot who accidentally locked himself in the bathroom of his LaGuardia-bound plane caused a terror scare last night when a helpful passenger with an accent tried to come to his rescue by banging on the cockpit door.

Words of a Euro Doomsayer Have New Resonance

New York Times -
Yves Logghe/AP The euro was introduced to much fanfare in 1998, but it had naysayers from the beginning. By LANDON THOMAS Jr. LONDON - The euro zone was crumbling, just as he had long predicted, yet Bernard Connolly, Europe's most persistent prophet of ...

Black Friday 2011 deal mania: Thanksgiving hours spark backlash

Washington Post -
Black Friday is just around the corner, and retailers such as Target, Toys “R” Us, Macy's and others are racing to advertise deals and their extended hours.

Citigroup: Amazon plotting smartphone to challenge Apple's iPhone in 2012

Apple Insider -
Not content with entering just the tablet market, Amazon is planning to release a smartphone in the fourth quarter of next year, in a move that will challenge Apple and its bread-and-butter iPhone, says one analyst.

Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Strut Their Stuff in New Ad [VIDEO]

Mashable -
Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first smartphone with the latest Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, will be reaching the hands of customers today, and Samsung has marked the occasion with a video ad for the device.

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher split

Times of India -
The 49-year-old actress - who has three daughters with first husband Bruce Willis - says it is "with great sadness and a heavy heart" she has decided to end her six-year marriage to the 'Two and a Half Men' actor, who was accused of cheating on her in ...

A Book Triggered New Homicide Investigation into Natalie Wood's Death -
Natalie Wood's death has been reopened as a homicide investigation, primarily because of a book written by the captain of the boat where Natalie Wood spent her last minutes ... a book suggesting foul play ... this according to sources close to the ...

Breaking Dawn review: Time to nail the coffin shut on the Twilight Saga

Daily Mail -
The suits behind the flamboyantly successful Twilight movie franchise - worth £1.2 billion and counting - have followed Harry Potter's lead by splitting the final novel into two.

'X Factor's' Stacy Francis on Elimination night: 'Obnoxious' Astro's Save 'Is ...

Hollywood Reporter -
The Fox competition's newest eliminated singer weighs in on the 14-year-old MC's behavior and reveals her regrets. From Day 1, Stacy Francis was a frontrunner for the inaugural X Factor title.

Syracuse assistant is placed on leave -
Syracuse University placed associate head basketball coach Bernie Fine on administrative leave last night after a former ball boy for the team told ESPN he was molested by Fine.

David Beckham to decide if he'll keep playing after break

USA Today -
By Joseph D'Hippolito, Special for USA TODAY CARSON, Calif. - Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham said this week that he has yet to decide whether to play after his contract expires at the end of the year.

Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw easily wins NL Cy Young -
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw speaks during a baseball news conference at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011.

Q&A: Former NBPA executive director Charles Grantham

USA Today -
Charles Grantham was executive director of the National Basketball Players Association from 1988-95, guiding them through record growth until he resigned after a disagreement with the executive board and then-union ...

Penn State students wary of reaction as they head home

USA Today -
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - The tight-knit Penn State community is shattering into thousands of little pieces scattered across the country.

Nano-fabrication produces super-light lattice

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The super-low density of this metal lattice means it can perch with no trouble on a dandelion. Researchers at HRL Laboratories and University of Southern California's Composites Center ...

Chlamydia Tops STDs Reported to CDC

WebMD -
Nov. 17, 2011 -- Half of Americans with chlamydia don't know it, yet it's still No. 1 among all the sexually transmitted diseases reported to public health authorities.

California adult day healthcare centers get a reprieve

Los Angeles Times -
The facilities, many slated for closure in a Medi-Cal budget-cutting move, will continue operations until a similar program can take over services.

90-and-older population is way up | Philadelphia Inquirer | 2011-11-18

Philadelphia Inquirer -
LOS ANGELES - The number of Americans aged at least 90 has tripled in recent decades, a government analysis released Thursday found, a major shift in population that has implications for social policy, especially regarding housing and ...


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