CNN - - 3 hours ago
Washington (CNN) -- Amid conflicting and heated rhetoric, a political pragmatism began to emerge Sunday as senators prepared for a debate on a sweeping Democratic health care bill.
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Voice of America - - 28 minutes ago
Israel's recent decision to build more homes in Gilo, which Israel says is part of Jerusalem, has ignited more anger among Palestinians who say it's a settlement on land captured by Israel from Jordan in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war and then annexed.
Hamas official: Progress in Schalit talks but no deal yet Jerusalem Post
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When Henry Spelman found out he'd won a Rhodes Scholarship, his first call was to his girlfriend. To share the good news, of course, but also to see whether she was a winner as well.
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Romania's centre-right President Traian Basescu has won the first round of the country's presidential election but faces a run-off, exit polls suggest.
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Los Angeles Times - 5 hours ago
Iran says Israel would pay a heavy price if the West launches airstrikes. Meanwhile, opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi praises anti-government protesters.
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CNN International - - 6 hours ago
Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) -- At least 26 people died Sunday when a ferry sank off the Indonesian island of Sumatra, and an unknown number of people were missing, officials said.
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Burnt debris sits on the Boardwalk next to the damaged pier shops Sunday in Atlantic City. ATLANTIC CITY - For two years, Saif Chaudhry rented one of the units in the ...
Atlantic City boardwalk fire probe continues Philadelphia Inquirer
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Hilton Head Island Packet - - 3 minutes ago
AP Writer EAST PROVIDENCE, RI - A month of harsh words between Rep. Patrick Kennedy and a strident critic, Roman Catholic Bishop Thomas Tobin, escalated Sunday when the bishop acknowledged asking Kennedy not to receive Holy Communion ...
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Chicago Tribune - 1 hour ago
AP WASHINGTON - A White House analysis says a deal to house Guantanamo Bay detainees at the prison in Thomson, Ill., could bring nearly 3000 jobs to the area.
Wall Street Journal - - 23 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said Sunday what happened with the dollar during the financial crisis should allay fears about the currency's value.
Wall Street Journal - - 42 minutes ago
Reuters - - 10 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal officials are investigating a radiation leak at Three Mile Island, scene of the worst US nuclear power accident, but said on Sunday there was no threat to public health or safety.
CNET News - - 4 hours ago
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, Houston--Astronaut Randy Bresnik carried out a spacewalk Saturday awaiting word of the birth of his second child.
Video: Baby Born While Astronaut Dad Spacewalks The Associated Press
DailyTech - 5 hours ago
Kirk Cameron poses with students at Purdue University, holding copies of "On The Origin of Species", containing a controversial intro he helped pen.
Rare Charles Darwin book found on toilet bookshelf The Associated Press
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LONDON - A leading climate change scientist whose private e-mails are included in thousands of documents that were stolen by hackers and posted online said Sunday the leaks may have been aimed at undermining next month's global climate summit in ...
Hacked E-Mail Is New Fodder for Climate Dispute New York Times
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MTV.com - - 47 minutes ago
The full extent of the "Twilight" phenomenon made itself known this weekend with the debut of "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," the second installment in the supernatural romance franchise starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and ...
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Reuters - - 1 hour ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Michael Jackson's famous white glove sold for $350000 at a memorabilia auction on Saturday, soaring far past pre-sale estimates, while a black jacket he wore during a 1989 world tour fetched $225000.
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TMZ.com (blog) - 2 hours ago
The doctor who may have been responsible for the death of Michael Jackson will see you now. Dr. Conrad Murray, personal physician to Michael Jackson at the time of his death, will resume his medical practice on Monday morning, his lawyer said today.
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ESPN - 24 minutes ago
We'll be chatting with the NASCAR Cup champ on Monday. Will it be Jimmie Johnson yet again? Welcome to sportsnation! On Monday, we will have the NASCAR Sprint Cup champ stopping by to chat.
Johnson wins 4th straight NASCAR championship The Associated Press
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The Associated Press - - 54 minutes ago
OAKLAND, Calif. - Bruce Gradkowski provided more than a spark for the struggling Oakland Raiders. He delivered a much-needed comeback victory that the Cincinnati Bengals handed over to Oakland.
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New York Times - - 39 minutes ago
Stephan Savoia/AP New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) lands on the turf after being sacked by New England Patriots linebacker Tully Banta-Cain in the second quarter of an NFL football game in Foxborough, Mass.
Patriots postgame: Bodden knew he had pick-6 Boston Globe
Pats defense, productive offense beat Jets 31-14 The Associated Press
USA Today - - 1 hour ago
By H. Darr Beiser, USA TODAY By Liz Szabo, USA TODAY Breast cancer campaigns have helped raise awareness about breast cancer, as well as money for research.
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New York Times - - Nov 21, 2009
TRIAGE Young children, here playing near where swine flu shots will be given in Texas, are one of the high-risk groups. By DONALD G. mcneil Jr.
More H1N1 flu clinics scheduled Princeton Times Leader
CNN - - Nov 21, 2009
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims crowd the roads toward the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on Friday. Mecca, Saudi Arabian (CNN) -- A teenager and three elderly people in Saudi Arabia for the hajj pilgrimage have died of the H1N1 flu virus, ...
CBS News - Nov 19, 2009
Daniel Webb, left, who weighed 900 pounds and died after being cut from a chair in his South Carolina home. (WSPA) Authorities say he was stuck to a chair for nine months.
New York Times - - Nov 17, 2009
Researchers at Princeton University recently made a remarkable discovery about the brains of rats that exercise. Some of their neurons respond differently to stress than the neurons of slothful rats.
Wall Street Journal - - Nov 20, 2009
COIMBATORE, India -- This ancient city has turned itself in recent years into a manufacturing dynamo emblematic of India's economic rebirth.
CNN - - Nov 21, 2009
(CNN) -- "The LHC is back," the European Organization for Nuclear Research announced triumphantly Friday, as the world's largest particle accelerator resumed operation more than a year after an electrical failure shut it down.
New York Times - - Nov 19, 2009
SAN FRANCISCO - In January, Mike Rowland was so broke that he had to raid his retirement savings to move here from Boston. Policy changes in insurance, while introduced on a temporary basis, are becoming so popular that they could ...