Voice of America - - 1 hour ago
Photo: AP President Barack Obama, flanked by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, are seen during the NATO Official group photo of the North Atlantic Council summit in Lisbon , Portugal.
NATO agrees on missile defense shield Los Angeles Times
CNN - - 4 hours ago
New York (CNN) -- A settlement in New York City will pay out hundreds of millions of dollars to ground zero workers exposed to toxic debris after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, lawyers said Friday.
Politico - - 18 minutes ago
A federal judge ruled Friday in favor of Republican Joe Miller to halt the certification of the election results - at least provisionally - in his race against Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski's write-in campaign to ...
Alaska's disputed Senate election heads to the courts The Guardian (blog)
Federal judge says Alaska state court should decide legal issues in contested ... Minneapolis Star Tribune
MTV.com - - 1 hour ago
Latest 'Harry Potter' film scores third-biggest midnight opening in history, behind two 'Twilight' films. By Tom DiChiara Like a fine wine, "Harry Potter" only gets better with age - at least when it comes to midnight debuts.
Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One Seattle Post Intelligencer
Los Angeles Times - - 27 minutes ago
Pilots traveling in uniform will undergo expedited screening after two forms of ID are checked against a secure database, TSA chief John Pistole says.
Airlines watch as some passengers protest security Atlanta Journal Constitution
Los Angeles Times - 35 minutes ago
The widely prescribed painkillers are linked to serious heart rhythm abnormalities in a new study. Experts say patients and doctors should have little difficulty finding alternatives.
Controversial painkiller Darvon pulled at FDA's request Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - 4 hours ago
Prominent party members discuss going their own way to fight back - especially on fundraising issues. By Tom Hamburger and Matea Gold, Tribune Washington Bureau Frustrated by what they see as President Obama's weakness in battling Republicans, ...
Ezra Klein: Dems' tax cut strategy is wrong Washington Post
Washington Post - - 30 minutes ago
The cable news network slapped its "Morning Joe" host with a two-day suspension on Friday after he, too, was found to be in violation of a corporate policy.
MSNBC Suspends Joe Scarborough Fox News
Chicago Tribune - - 52 minutes ago
On the offensive: Illinois' offense has been explosive the last four games, averaging 46.5 points and 412.7 yards. Despite two losses in that span, quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase has completed 53 of 87 passes for 11 ...
Summary Box: Illinois-Northwestern Washington Post
PC Magazine - - 3 hours ago
While Apple has made no mention of the features - or even the existence - of a next-generation iPad, Wall Street analysts are saying the new tablet will likely have a front-facing camera as well as the ability to access both CDMA and GSM data networks.
Expect iPad 2 from Apple next April, says analyst Computerworld
CNN International - - 52 minutes ago
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti (CNN) -- While the United Nations warned that protests were hampering efforts to save lives in the Haiti cholera outbreak, a leading non-profit group lashed out at organizations for what it called an "inadequate" response.
Video: Cholera Victims Fill Gym in Haiti Amid Protests The Associated Press
NHL.com - - 44 minutes ago
On his first day on the job, Burns walked into one of the same rowdy bars he used to frequent, only this time he came as the law. He stood in the middle of one raucous inn and demanded calm.
New Zealand Herald - - 1 hour ago
After leaving the Pike River mine minutes before yesterday's explosion, a young miner now waits for news of 29 workmates trapped underground.
InformationWeek - - 4 hours ago
Reuters - 1 hour ago
(Reuters) - US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may have faced less resistance from fellow policymakers than earlier thought as he led the US central bank to a consensus in favor of a $600 billion bond-buying program.
ABC News - - 4 hours ago
The House Ethics Committee Friday cancelled the upcoming public trial set for Nov. 29, for California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters, saying the discovery of "new materials" in the case means further investigation is ...
Video: Harlem Resident on Rangel: Bow Out With Dignity The Associated Press
Detroit Free Press - - 1 hour ago
Second-day trading in General Motors stock wavered today, but showed strength late in the day as short-term profit-takers sold and longer-term investors bought.
GM Stock Slides Close To IPO Price, Bounces Back Wall Street Journal
Chicago Tribune - 52 minutes ago
AP President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will tour a transmission plant and greet workers during their visit to Kokomo on Tuesday.
Obama, Biden to visit Chrysler plant in Indiana Tuesday The Detroit News
Obama, Biden to visit Kokomo next week Indianapolis Star
USA Today - 36 minutes ago
TV's No. 1 series shifts to Wednesdays and Thursdays from its longtime home on Tuesdays and Wednesdays,Fox revealed in a midseason schedule announcement late Friday aftenoon.
Fox moves 'American Idol' to Wednesdays and Thursdays Entertainment Weekly
Computerworld - - 4 hours ago
Computerworld - Talk that China hijacked 15% of the Internet earlier this year is overblown, a researcher said today. "There's been some confusion over routing versus traffic," Craig Labovitz, chief scientist at Arbor Networks, ...
China net hijacking may be random mistake Financial Times
Did China Hijack the Internet in April? PC Magazine (blog)
Christian Science Monitor - - 1 hour ago
The Food and Drug Administration has told four manufacturers of caffeinated alcoholic beverages, including the makers of Four Loko, to remove the caffeine from their drinks.
Video: Mass. bans sales of Four Loko WWLP.com
Mass. bans Four Loko, other caffeinated booze BusinessWeek
Voice of America - 3 hours ago
Photo: AP On Wednesday, a jury in federal court in New York City announced its decision in the case of Ahmed Ghailani. The Tanzanian was the first terrorism suspect held at Guantanamo ever to face trial in a civilian court instead of a military court.
At Terror Trial, Big Questions Were Avoided New York Times
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