New York Times - - 1 hour ago
One day after Tiger Woods said he was taking an “indefinite break” from the PGA Tour to try to repair his marriage, Gillette became the first of his major sponsors to distance itself, saying it would limit his role in its marketing.
Video: Gillette Cuts Tiger From Its Ads The Associated Press
Two weeks that shattered the legend of Tiger Woods The Associated Press
BBC News - 53 minutes ago
Police in the Danish capital Copenhagen say 900 protesters have been detained following a huge climate change rally. The move came after youths threw bricks and smashed windows as more than 30000 demonstrators marched to demand action at the UN climate ...
Hundreds arrested at Copenhagen protest rally guardian.co.uk
AFP - 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - The United States bluntly dismissed an Iranian offer Saturday to swap nuclear fuel, which a senior US official said was inconsistent with a deal allowing the Islamic republic to avoid further sanctions.
White House unhappy with Iranian nuke proposal The Associated Press
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Voice of America - - 2 hours ago
Russia's Lukoil and Norway's Statoil won a joint contract to develop a major untapped oil field in southern Iraq, Saturday, on the second and final day of a two-day auction aimed at boosting Iraq's oil output.
Global Oil Firms Win Iraq Contracts Wall Street Journal
Newsweek - - 2 hours ago
A clandestine CIA search-and-destroy program, which launches missile strikes from remotely piloted drone aircraft, has killed more than a dozen senior leaders of Al Qaeda during the last two years.
Drone Kills a Leader of Al Qaeda Wall Street Journal
CNN International - - 3 hours ago
Ahmet Turk, leader of the Democratic Society Party, said his group will withdraw from Turkey's parliament Saturday. Istanbul, Turkey (CNN) -- Tensions between Turkey and the country's main Kurdish political party crackled further Saturday, ...
Kurds fight running battles with Turkish police The Associated Press
Pro-Kurd party mps to withdraw BBC News
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New York Times - - 4 hours ago
WASHINGTON - The Senate voted Saturday to limit debate on a $446.8 billion spending measure that finances much of the federal government, clearing the way for final approval Sunday as Congress struggles to wrap up its year-end business ...
Senate GOP denied on spending filibuster attempt The Associated Press
Washington Post - - 18 hours ago
A spike in terrorism cases involving US citizens is challenging long-held assumptions that Muslims in Europe are more susceptible to radicalization than their better-assimilated counterparts in the United States ...
Video: Five US Muslims held by Pakistan for alleged militant links worldfocusonline
New Incidents Test Immunity to Terrorism on US Soil New York Times
msnbc.com - 3 hours ago
Pete Souza / The White House via AP As the Obamas prepare for their first Christmas in the White House, they're reminiscing on Christmases past in a new one-hour TV special with Oprah Winfrey.
MarketWatch - - 4 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- President Barack Obama blasted Wall Street for worsening the economy's downturn and promised to make financial markets more transparent and accountable.
Video: Obama: Meltdown Could Have Been Avoided The Associated Press
House Strikes at Wall Street Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal - - 7 hours ago
State and federal banking regulators seized three small lenders on Friday, lifting the total number of bank failures this year to 133.
Banks Fail in Florida, Arizona, Kansas TheStreet.com
Washington Post - - 19 hours ago
The Obama administration on Friday issued new rules on how hundreds of mid-level executives can be compensated at firms that received the largest government infusions, saying it hoped other companies would voluntarily adopt ...
Four firms hit with new pay-czar rules MarketWatch
Pay chief wishes he wasn't Detroit Free Press
PC World - - 1 hour ago
Google has handed out a new mobile phone running its Android software to some employees, stirring another wave of speculation that the oft-rumored Google Phone is real.
Google phone is "super slick" CNET News
Google Appears Closer to Releasing Its Own Phone New York Times (blog)
New York Times - 3 hours ago
Losing ground in North America to iPhones and BlackBerrys, Nokia has decided to close its New York flagship store. By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ IF there's anywhere left in the world where it's still impolite to flash a BlackBerry or an iPhone, it's Nokia's ...
Apple calls Nokia a copycat in patent countersuit Ars Technica
PC World - 1 hour ago
On the heels of AT&T's disastrous attempts to fight back against Verizon's clever "there's a map for that" ad campaign (Luke Wilson?
AT&T Takes the Blame, Even for the iPhone's Faults New York Times
New York Post - - 11 hours ago
One of Tiger Woods' many, many mistresses adamantly denied yesterday she's a hooker -- but a former Hollywood madam who says she was her boss provided documents that show she once worked for her.
Alleged Tiger Woods Mistress Tells All TheInsider.com
Meet the hustlers of Tiger Woods and co Times Online
San Francisco Chronicle - - 7 hours ago
About 12 years after James Cameron's "Titanic" became a bona fide cultural phenomenon, the writer-director-producer of such sci-fi juggernauts as "Aliens" and the original "Terminator" movies is back with an eye-popping, ...
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GlobalPost - - 2 hours ago
The rustic Swedish estate purchased by Elin Nordegren Woods doesn't have indoor plumbing during winter. By Marcus Oscarsson - Special to GlobalPost STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Elin Nordegren Woods' new home is so private that in winter you need a hydrocopter ...
Tiger Woods Wife -- Swede Revenge TMZ.com (blog)
Chicago Tribune - - 31 minutes ago
By Dan Pompei and Vaughn mcclure Tribune repoters Raji usually plays end but will have to move inside if Ryan Pickett is unable to play because of a hamstring injury.
Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears: Pete Dougherty's 3 keys to the game Green Bay Press Gazette
Atlanta Journal Constitution - - 44 minutes ago
1. With or without Michael Turner, the Falcons need to establish a ground game. The offensive line, which could be without at least two starters and possibly three, will have to open some holes for running backs Jerious Norwood ...
Chicago Tribune - 22 minutes ago
With a glint in his eye and hope in his voice, the articulate son of a Boston politician used eloquence to stir an audience into thinking anything seemed possible.
Video: AP Top Stories The Associated Press
Kelly Joins Notre Dame With Talk of Fast Glory New York Times
Wall Street Journal - - 46 minutes ago
Sen. John McCain kept a relatively low profile for months after he lost the 2008 presidential election to Barack Obama. Those days are over.
Expanded Medicare won't provide seamless coverage The Associated Press
Minneapolis Star Tribune - 4 hours ago
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Video: H1N1: The second wave NDTV.com
Flu clinic delivers 4101 vaccines Russellville Courier
U.S. News & World Report - 6 hours ago
SATURDAY, Dec. 12 (HealthDay News) -- New research suggests that certain breast cancer patients who take the drug Herceptin during chemotherapy, instead of taking it afterward, fare better, leading one of the study authors to say patients should ...
Roche: 12 Mos Herceptin Treatment Offers Greater Chance Of Cure Wall Street Journal
Bone Drugs May Lower Risk for Breast Cancer HealthNews
SI.com - Dec 9, 2009
Anquan Boldin and the Cardinals could grab ahold of the NFC's No. 2 seed should the Vikings' struggles continue. AP If you're a fan of a team currently on the outside of the NFL postseason, we have even more bad news for you: There's no hope inside ...
Los Angeles Times - - 14 hours ago
Joe Arpaio has escalated his tactics, not only defying the federal government on immigration but launching repeated investigations of those who criticize him.
New York Times - - 17 hours ago
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life released a report on Wednesday that is bound to stir conversation about the increasingly complicated cacophony of spirituality in America - a mash-up of traditional faiths, ...
CNN - - 8 hours ago
(CNN) -- The Ugandan parliament unanimously passed a bill banning female genital mutilation, a traditional rite that has sparked an international outcry and is practiced in some African and Asian communities.
Rolling Stone - - Dec 9, 2009
Barack Obama ran for president as a man of the people, standing up to Wall Street as the global economy melted down in that fateful fall of 2008.