Los Angeles Times - - 36 minutes ago
Napolitano seeks to reassure the public. Republicans say the government isn't taking the terrorist threat seriously enough. A scare in Phoenix and another in Detroit end without incident.
Napolitano Says No Evidence of Wider Terrorist Plot New York Times
WITH VIDEO New terror scare sets off alarms Detroit Free Press
Times Online - 41 minutes ago
At least fifteen anti-government protesters, including a nephew of Mir Hossein Mousavi, Iran's opposition leader, were shot dead yesterday as the smouldering confrontation between the regime and the so-called Green Movement finally erupted.
'Mousavi nephew' among Iran dead Aljazeera.net
Washington Post - - 2 hours ago
As we prepare for the final round of debate over health reform, perhaps the most contentious issue will be financing. Both the Senate and House agree that most of the financing for reform should come from scaling back overpayments to ...
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An attempted Christmas Day bombing of a US passenger jet has put a spotlight on the Middle East state of Yemen which American spy agencies see as a rapidly growing hub for al Qaeda.
Voice of America - - 4 hours ago
Photo: AP A Palestinian Hamas security officer stands next to a poster of the Palestinian parliament building before and after Israel's offensive, in Gaza City, Sunday, 27 Dec. 2009 It is the first anniversary of the beginning of the Gaza War between ...
World remembers 'Cast Lead' Ynetnews
Telegraph.co.uk - 1 hour ago
Ivo Josipovic of Croatia's Left-wing opposition and the Zagreb mayor Milan Bandic will contest a presidential run-off after Sunday's vote, seen as important to the country's EU accession.
Runoff Vote Is Likely in Croatia Presidential Election Wall Street Journal
Josipovic, Bandic to Vie for Croatian Presidency in Run-off Voice of America
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tighter security measures at US airports following an attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound jet could dampen enthusiasm for air travel, hurting the airline industry just as it seemed poised to ...
Security heightened for flights bound for United States Washington Post
For Airline Passengers, Pat-Downs, Searches and Restroom Monitors Pittsburgh Post Gazette
CNN - - 5 hours ago
Businessman Percy Sutton served as an intelligence officer for the famed Tuskegee Airmen in World War II. Percy Sutton remembered as "friend and mentor" by New York Gov.
Civil rights lawyer, media mogul and political adviser, dies Washington Post
Sutton was civil rights lawyer, media mogul Austin American-Statesman
Boston Globe - - 1 hour ago
NORTHAMPTON - Two people were killed early yesterday in one of 18 fires set during what the state's top firefighter called the state's worst day of arson in memory.
Reuters - - 25 minutes ago
TOKYO, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Japan's industrial output rose for the ninth consecutive month in November, driven by strong exports and domestic subsidies, but swelling inventories and falling wages threaten to end the longest climb in more ...
Wall Street Journal - 15 minutes ago
SEOUL (Dow Jones)--South Korean shares closed slightly higher Monday as gains in state-run utility Korea Electric Power and other nuclear power-related companies offset profit-taking in technology firms and car makers.
Korea Electric Surges on $20 Billion UAE Order BusinessWeek
South Korea to build reactors in United Arab Emirates Seattle Times
Reuters - - 1 hour ago
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares headed for a fourth straight gaining session on Monday aided by property plays on hopes for a strong response to an upcoming land auction, and China stocks rose with ...
Wen says Beijing to cool property prices MarketWatch
CNET News - - 3 hours ago
AT&T has stopped selling the Apple iPhone in the New York metropolitan area through its Web site, perhaps due to data congestion, credit card fraud, or routine sales strategy changes depending on whom you believe.
For New Yorkers, Trouble Buying an iPhone on AT&T's Site New York Times (blog)
CNET News - - 9 hours ago
With all the crystal-ball-watching over the seemingly imminent Apple tablet, one issue hotly debated around the CNET offices, but infrequently mentioned elsewhere, is the hypothetical device's status as a mobile computer.
Apple also behind Slate Computing, filings suggest Apple Insider
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San Francisco Chronicle - - 4 hours ago
While smart phones have been with us for the better part of this decade, it was in 2009 that they became a mainstream phenomenon, reshaping what it means to compute, surf the Web and share information.
Smartphones were the tech story of 2009 Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - - 3 hours ago
A big year at the box office is ending with a bang, with a broad array of popular films combining for the biggest moviegoing weekend in recent history.
New York Times - - 8 hours ago
The actor Charlie Sheen, 44, above in a police photo, has been ordered to return to court in Aspen, Colo., on Feb. 8, after his arrest there on Christmas morning at a house where he was staying with his wife, Brooke Mueller Sheen, 32, The Associated ...
Charlie Sheen out on bail, to seek counselling with wife Monsters and Critics.com
Los Angeles Times - 10 hours ago
Jon Gosselin returned home to his Manhattan apartment Saturday afternoon after spending Christmas in Pennsylvania with his eight kids only to discover the place had been ransacked, People reports.
Lawyer: Someone is 'trying to frame' Hailey New York Post
USA Today - - 51 minutes ago
By Stephen Morton, AP By David Jones, Florida Today NEW ORLEANS - Urban Meyer seemed to get a little choked up when he started talking about his wife, Shelley, and three kids - in explaining why he is taking time off from coaching to work on his health ...
A leave of absence for Urban Meyer Los Angeles Times
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FOXSports.com - 59 minutes ago
Alex Marvez is a Senior NFL Writer for FOXSports.com. He's covered the NFL for the past 15 seasons as a beat writer and is the former president of the Pro Football Writers of America.
With warts exposed, Broncos' season on the brink SportingNews.com
Fort Worth Star Telegram - - 14 minutes ago
New York Times - - 3 hours ago
The plight of two kidney transplant patients who contracted a brain infection from an organ donor is prompting health officials to re-examine their policies on using people with certain neurological conditions as donors.
Diseased organs prompt a look at transplant rules Austin American-Statesman
Kidney donation chains provide life-saving chances for patients The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
StarNewsOnline.com - - 10 hours ago
Licensed Practical Nurse Lee Cook administers the H1N1 Flu vaccine to Zonya Letson at the New Hanover County Health Department Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009.
County's battle against H1N1 flu continues Adrian Daily Telegram
H1N1 touched southeast Iowa in two waves Burlington Hawk Eye
Huntington Herald Dispatch - 2 hours ago
HUNTINGTON -- Those who donate blood during designated blood drives before the end of the year could be eligible to win a $500 gift card.
Red Cross announces October, November blood donors Grand Island Independent
American Red Cross feels the pinch during the holidays Savannah Morning News
New York Times - - Dec 24, 2009
WITH its breezy blue skies and baroque architecture, San Miguel de Allende has been a tropical haven for expatriates and retirees since the 1930s.
CNN - - Dec 24, 2009
London, England (CNN) -- Recently named London's "It Girl" by society magazine Vanity Fair, 18-year-old Jazzy de Lisser is said to have it all.
TIME - - Dec 25, 2009
Perhaps because it seems intuitively true, the notion persists that running, especially when done long-term and over long distances, is bad for the joints.
New York Times (blog) - - Dec 24, 2009
No other writer of the 20th century had Arthur Koestler's knack for doing odd things, crossing paths with important people and being present when disaster struck.
CNN - - Dec 24, 2009
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have passed health care bills with some key differences. (CNN) -- The Senate on Thursday passed its version of the health care bill, inching the country closer to the ...