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GOP field narrowing to Romney, Gingrich

Detroit Free Press -
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain and his wife, Gloria Cain, arrive to speak during the scheduled opening of a local campaign headquarters in Atlanta on Saturday.

Herman Cain suspends campaign

Austin American-Statesman -
Richard Shiro/AP David Tulis/AP Herman Cain told supporters Saturday that he was suspending his campaign for president. He made the announcement at what was to have been the opening of his new national headquarters.

Egypt Brotherhood won't force Islamic view

Sydney Morning Herald -
AP Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, emerging as the biggest winner in the first round of parliamentary elections, is seeking to reassure Egyptians that it will not sacrifice personal freedoms in promoting Islamic law.

Cotto gets closure by dominating Margarito in hateful rematch

Towards the end of the night, Antonio Margarito's right eye had swollen completely shut, a credit to Miguel Cotto's accuracy.

Indian film star Dev Anand dies in London at 88

The Associated Press -
NEW DELHI (AP) - Bollywood star Dev Anand, a charismatic and flamboyant Indian film fixture for more than a half-century, has died of a heart attack in London, his family said Sunday.

Russia's ruling party wary as nation votes

USA Today -
MOSCOW (AP) - Russians cast their ballots with muted enthusiasm in national parliament elections Sunday, a vote that opinion polls indicate could water down the strength of the country's dominant party.

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Syria faces new Arab League ultimatum

euronews -
At least 23 people were killed in Syria's uprising on Saturday, activists say, as the Arab League gave Damascus a new ultimatum to end its crackdown.

China congratulates Caribbean, Latin America on forming bloc

eTaiwan News -
Latin American and Caribbean countries signed the “declaration of Caracas” Sunday in Venezuela to formalize the creation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), an economic and political bloc that excludes the ...

The Quds force man who inspired the British embassy outrage in Tehran -
The young men who stormed Britain's embassy have a hero - the Islamic hardliner who may be the most dangerous man in Iran. By Con Coughlin His is not a face familiar to many in the West.

Barak: We can't wait until Iran has nuclear bomb

Ha'aretz -
Defense Minister says in a television interview that no option should be taken off the table, yet said he does not think a clandestine war has already begun.

Two giant pandas set off for UK

Xinhua -
CHENGDU, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- Two giant pandas left the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu for Scotland on Sunday, beginning what is hoped will be a 10-year expat life in Edinburgh Zoo.

Police arrest Occupy Portland demonstrators

The Associated Press -
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Authorities say riot police moved into a downtown Portland park area and arrested several anti-Wall Street protesters Saturday night after they refused to vacate the park.

Still no power for thousands in wind-pelted Calif.

San Jose Mercury News -
AP LOS ANGELES—A fresh round of strong winds were expected to pass through Southern California early Sunday, but nothing like the mighty gusts that have tens of thousands throughout the state entering their fifth day without power.

7 months after she disappeared, mom's remains found at crash site -
A forensic anthropology team rappelled 150 feet to the W Road on Saturday afternoon, carrying brown paper bags with what are believed to be Gail Palmgren's remains.

Man Found Dead at Texas 'Occupy' Camp

Fox News -
DENTON, Texas - A man was found dead Saturday afternoon in a tent at the "Occupy Denton" campsite on the grounds of the University of North Texas, KNTU-Radio reported.

Is tech friend or foe to Santa Claus?

Lansing State Journal -
AP • Don't play Santa at school or family events. Kids know their parent despite the padded suit, white wig, and stick-on beard.

Ten years later, insiders press a different view of Enron

USA Today -
LLANO, Texas - When Enron filed for bankruptcy on December 2, 2001—at the time the largest bankruptcy in US history—the once high-flying energy company cemented its reputation as the very symbol of corporate fraud.

SAP Challenges Oracle With $3.4 Billion SuccessFactors Purchase

BusinessWeek -
Dec. 4 (Bloomberg) -- SAP AG, the largest maker of business-management software, agreed to buy SuccessFactors Inc. for $3.4 billion in cash, stepping up competition with archrival Oracle Corp.

Merkel vows to build fiscal union

Financial Times -
Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, on Friday spelt out her determination to create a legally enforceable “fiscal union” to restore confidence in the eurozone, rejecting “quick fixes” to Europe's ...

Phone 'Rootkit' Maker Carrier IQ May Have Violated Wiretap Law In Millions Of ...

Forbes -
A piece of keystroke-sniffing software called Carrier IQ has been embedded so deeply in millions of Nokia, Android, and RIM devices that it's tough to spot and nearly impossible to remove, as 25-year old Connecticut systems administrator Trevor Eckhart ...

That Smarts-Phone War Swings Against Apple

Wall Street Journal -
Apple's patent battle with Samsung isn't over yet. But momentum is now on the side of the South Korean electronics giant. The fight erupted this spring after Apple alleged Samsung's Galaxy smartphones and tablets infringed its patents.

When Will Brooke Mueller Get Her Act Together?

Cinema Blend -
Former Charlie Sheen wife and mother of two Brooke Mueller has had a rough weekend. The thirty-four year old was arrested in Aspen, Colorado on Friday night after she reportedly assaulted another woman.

New Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 Fan Pic Features Realistic Vampire Bella ...

Hollywood Hills -
New Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 fan pic features realistic vampire Bella blood sucker. Earlier today, we spotted this cool-looking Breaking Dawn part 2, fan made photo of Bella Swan as blood sucking vampire,who looks like she just fed on her first ...

Nicki Minaj Calls 'Roman In Moscow' A 'Teaser' -
'It's the wackest thing on Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded,' Nicki tells MTV News of sassy new single. By Christina Garibaldi (@ChristinaGrbldi) On the brand-new, hard-hitting single, Minaj's foul-mouthed alter ego Roman Zolanski spits out insults in his ...

No. 5 Oklahoma State routs Oklahoma to make its BCS case

USA Today -
By Steve Wieberg, USA TODAY By Mark D. Smith, US Presswire Oklahoma State running back Joseph Randle tries to outrun the tackle of Oklahoma's Tony Jefferson during the first half.

LSU wins SEC Championship Game

Georgia got out to a 10-0 lead, but it was all LSU after that. The No. 1 Tigers scored 42 unanswered points to keep their perfect record intact and claim the 2011 SEC title.

UNC-Kentucky provided taste of March Madness in December

A block by UK's Anthony Davis (23) sealed Saturday's victory for the Wildcats with seven seconds to play. Everybody was thinking it, and after the game most everybody said it.

Too bad there will be no Wisconsin-Michigan State III -
INDIANAPOLIS -- That Big Ten championship game? After that regular-season game? Let's just line Wisconsin and Michigan State up and play one more game.

pick six Top Story Lines to Watch - Suh isn't only one deserving of boos

San Francisco Chronicle -
By the time mean, nasty Pro Bowl defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh returns from his two-game suspension for stomping on a Packers player, his Lions could find themselves all but eliminated from NFL playoff contention.

A global cooling to the US position on climate change

Los Angeles Times -
Environmentalists and other nations say US policy changes raise questions about whether it is committed to substantially cutting emissions and aiding developing nations in their efforts to do so.

NASA: Kepler telescope discovers strange new planet

The State Column -
NASA will reportedly announce the discovery of a number of newly discovered planets on Monday, the latest batch of mysterious worlds to be added to the space agency's growing list of celestial bodies.

AIDS study in mice suggests hope for prevention; doctors now want to test it ... -
By MALCOLM RITTER AP Science Writer NEW YORK - As scientists struggle to find a vaccine to prevent infection with the AIDS virus, a study in mice suggests hope for a new approach - one that doctors now want to test in people.

Formerly conjoined toddlers leave US hospital

USA Today -
RICHMOND, Virginia - Two formerly conjoined toddlers from the Dominican Republic are leaving a Virginia hospital after recovering from separation surgery.


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