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BREAKING NEWS - An American Airlines plane skidded off the runway and broke in two Tuesday night after landing in Kingston, Jamaica, injuring at least 40 people, according to local news reports.
Flight misses Jamaica runway; no injuries reported The Associated Press
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America's Mayor is out. But take heart, New York Republicans - Larchmont's mayor could get in. It has come to this for the party of such electoral lions as Rudolph W. Giuliani, George E. Pataki and Alfonse M. D'Amato: a rookie ...
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AP A US House Democrat who opposes the health care overhaul announced Tuesday he is defecting to the GOP, another blow to Democrats ahead of the midterm elections.
Democrat in House switches to GOP Boston Globe
Rep. Griffith of Alabama leaves Democrats for Republicans Washington Post
Boston Globe - 1 hour ago
AP / December 23, 2009 WASHINGTON - The White House has tapped a corporate cyber security expert and former Bush administration official, Howard A. Schmidt, to lead the effort to shore up the country's computer networks.
Cybersecurity Chief to Fill a Post Filled With Challenges Wall Street Journal
Howard Schmidt named cyber-security czar Los Angeles Times
Bloomberg - - 34 minutes ago
Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama told a dozen community bankers that he'll work to streamline regulations as Treasury Department data show there have been few takers for government funding meant ...
Obama urges community bankers to step up lending Los Angeles Times
Wall Street Journal - - 2 hours ago
New data on home sales and prices provided fresh signs of a stabilizing housing market, but a continuing flood of foreclosures and the eventual withdrawal of government life support threaten that trend.
November existing-home sales surge Washington Post
Home Resales Skyrocket in South New York Times
BusinessWeek - - 41 minutes ago
Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. cut its stake in Moody's Corp. for the sixth time since July after the ratings company was hit by profit declines, lawsuits and criticism from regulators ...
Comcast's Burke Wins Extension, Bonuses Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg - - 1 hour ago
Dec. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil traded near a two-week high in New York as positive housing and fuel-inventory data signaled a recovery in the US, the world's largest energy user.
Oil holds above $74 after OPEC output unchanged The Associated Press
PC World - - 4 hours ago
First, the good news: No, you won't have to turn in your copies of Office 2007, even now that Microsoft has lost its appeal of a lawsuit brought by the Canadian company, i4i.
Court's patent ruling won't keep Microsoft Word off the shelves Washington Post
Microsoft Word Sales Face US Ban InformationWeek
PC Magazine - - 1 hour ago
Research in Motion on Tuesday night confirmed a BlackBerry outage affecting some users in North and South America - the company's second in several days.
Blackberry users struggle with e-mail outage The Associated Press
Blackberry outage: Service down for second time in one week New York Daily News
CNET News - - 2 hours ago
A veteran Russian cosmonaut, a Japanese shuttle flier, and a NASA astronaut making his first space flight docked with the International Space Station Tuesday after a two-day orbital chase, donning Santa hats to mark the holiday ...
Ship carrying 3 astronauts docks at space station The Associated Press
Boston Herald - 46 minutes ago
By Inside Track A deadly cocktail of prescription medicines - like the combo that killed “Dark Knight” star Heath Ledger - is the likely cause of 32-year-old actress Brittany Murphy's death, experts said yesterday.
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The late singer smiled for DMV photos, according to the material made public Tuesday. There are mysterious references to his chimp Bubbles.
Video: Police Feared Terrorist Attack After Arrest of Jackson The Associated Press
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Last night on “The Late Show With David Letterman,” Robert Downey Jr. stopped by to promote Sherlock Holmes, in theaters on Friday, and bantered with Dave about the possibility that Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective and his ...
Jude Law offers clues to playing a revamped Dr. Watson Boston Herald
'Sherlock Holmes' is elementary listening New York Post
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The Cornhuskers tackle is the first defensive player to be voted college football player of the year by the Associated Press. Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh voted college football player of the year by the Associated Press, receiving 26 of a ...
Nebraska's Suh named AP Player of the Year, a first for defensive player Dallas Morning News
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USA Today - - 7 minutes ago
Las Vegas, NV (Sports Network) - Max Hall threw three touchdowns and BYU's defense did the rest in the 15th-ranked Cougars' 44-20 thumping of No.
Hall leads BYU past Oregon State in Las Vegas Bowl The Associated Press
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ESPN - - 3 hours ago
Floyd Mayweather Sr., the fighter's father, has repeatedly accused Pacquiao of taking illegal substances, even though Pacquiao denies it and he has never failed a drug test.
Pacquiao-Mayweather fight in jeopardy The Associated Press
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Wall Street Journal - - 56 minutes ago
The vaccine to fight the H1N1 virus is plentiful after weeks of short supply, and long lines have largely disappeared at clinics, pharmacies and doctors' offices.
More vaccine but fewer takers, H1N1 surveys indicate Washington Post
Boston Herald - - 47 minutes ago
As the state that provided the template for the nation's health-care reform effort, Massachusetts stands to benefit from its pioneering ambitions, US Sen. John F. Kerry said yesterday at the Children's Hospital in Boston.
Kerry says health bill would help Mass. Boston Globe
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New York Times - - 3 hours ago
New York's Medicaid system, the state's largest single expense, lost at least $92 million to improper payments, billing errors and poor recordkeeping during the last five years, according to several audits released Tuesday by ...
New York Medicaid program used $92 million for improper payments: audits New York Daily News
New York Times - - Dec 19, 2009
JUST after 9 on a rainy December morning, the employees of Wal-Mart Store 5476 gathered in the electronics department and arranged themselves in a circle.
Wall Street Journal - - 16 hours ago
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing a computer-security breach targeting Citigroup Inc. that resulted in a theft of tens of millions of dollars by computer hackers who appear linked to a Russian cyber gang, ...
CNN - - 16 hours ago
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is expected to announce that he will be ending his political career. Editor's note: Every weekday, CNN focuses on a handful of people in the news.
Los Angeles Times - - 15 hours ago
Also: Many homeowners with modified mortgages fall behind again. And the number of homes in foreclosure rises, though new foreclosures are steady, report shows.
Wall Street Journal - - 14 hours ago
The world's political leaders, not least President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Gordon Brown, are in a state of severe, almost clinical, denial.