CBS News - 16 minutes ago
You know it's bad for Republicans when Karl Rove says it's time to cave and move on. Republicans "have lost the optics on it," Rove told Fox News, "the question now is how do the Republicans get out of it.
Wall Street Journal - 3 minutes ago
By SAM DAGHER And ALI NABHAN WSJ's Sam Dagher provides details from Baghdad on a series of bombings that killed more than 50 people and injured nearly 200.
GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul is in a virtual tie for second place in Iowa. The economic crisis seems to be opening voters' minds to his libertarian ideas.
Los Angeles Times - 15 minutes ago
Steve Blake says he's more comfortable now that he's in his second season with the Lakers. The results are showing on the stat sheet; he's made 60% of his three-point shots in two exhibition games, after slumping to 37.8% last season.
ARLINGTON, Virginia (AP) - Newt Gingrich is frantically playing catch-up in the Republican presidential race, spending precious time trying to get on Virginia's primary ballot while his rivals campaign in crucial Iowa and New Hampshire.
TMZ.com - 27 minutes ago
Former American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert got tossed in the pokey -- in Finland -- overnight after a brawl with his boyfriend outside a bar ... according to reports. Lambert and Finnish Big Brother star Sauli Koskinen's argument reportedly started ...
By Erik de Castro | CAGAYAN DE ORO, Philippines (Reuters) - Aid agencies appealed Thursday for money to ease overcrowding at evacuation centers and find housing for thousands made homeless by flash floods and mudslides which devastated parts of a ...
Wall Street Journal - 1 hour ago
By JAEYEON WOO And ALASTAIR GALE The 82-year old former professor heads the department in North Korea's ruling party responsible for filling North Koreans' minds with awe, devotion and unswerving respect for the dictatorial Kim dynasty.
USA TODAY - 40 minutes ago
BEIRUT (AP) - Arab League delegates traveled to Syria on Thursday to arrange the deployment of foreign monitors under a plan aimed at ending the regime's deadly 9-month-old crackdown on dissent.
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Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
By Maeve Reston With their political savvy and proximity to presidential candidates every four years, many New Hampshire voters fancy themselves to be quasi-political consultants.
By FELICIA FONSECA AP Flagstaff Medical Center officials say they have discharged a university student who told authorities she'd been snowbound in northern Arizona for more than a week.
The Associated Press - 6 minutes ago
FORT MEADE, Maryland (AP) - The case of a US Army private accused of creating the biggest national security leak in US history adjourned Thursday to wait for a decision on whether Pfc.
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Financial Times - 2 hours ago
By Johanna Kassel in New York The economy expanded at a rate of 1.8 per cent, the US Department of Commerce said on Thursday. The economy grew by 1.3 per cent in the second quarter.
Bloomberg - 2 hours ago
Enlarge image Jobless Claims in US Decrease to Lowest Since April 2008 Jobless Claims in US Decrease to Lowest Since April 2008 Lynne Sladky/AP People stand in line to talk with prospective employers at an Opportunity Expo held by RecruitMilitary in ...
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CNET (blog) - 1 hour ago
by Harry McCracken December 22, 2011 6:00 AM PST Now that Microsoft has declared that 2012 will be the last year that it has a booth at the Consumer Electronics Show and gives the conference's first keynote address, there are two possible scenarios ...
Sacramento Bee - 58 minutes ago
By Comwave TORONTO, Dec. 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to popular demand, Comwave has followed up on their iPhone and Android Applications with the release of their mobile app for BlackBerry.
Tom's Hardware Guide - 1 hour ago
About three months ago, there was an article about Google's idea how to turn its Chrome browser into a gaming platform. That strategy has not changed and it is clear that Google will be steamrolling its weight into this market to compete with Microsoft ...
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The "Faith" singer was released from a Vienna hospital Wednesday, nearly a month after checking in with severe pneumonia that forced the cancellation of his Symphonica European tour.
Reuters - 57 minutes ago
By Kurt Orzeck at TheWrap Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" is getting the royal treatment. The London premiere of the movie -- happening Jan. 8 at Odeon Leicester Square -- will benefit the Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry, ...
Actress Rooney Mara arrives for the world premiere of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" in London on Dec. 12, 2011. (CBS) When David Fincher cast Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," many fans of both the book and the ...
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G-Men H.Q. - 1 hour ago
1. Many people believe that if the Giants fail to make the playoffs again this year, Coughlin has to go one way or the other. I would love to hear your thoughts on Coughlin, his coaching style and if you feel he is mostly to blame for the team's ...
SportingNews.com - 45 minutes ago
Kris Humphries was booed when he entered Wednesday night's preseason game at Madison Square Garden, and disdain for the Nets power forward evidently goes beyond Knicks fans.
USA TODAY - 44 minutes ago
By Erick Smith, USA TODAY Matt Barkley will end the mystery about his plans for next season at a 4 pm ET press conference Thursday.
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Christian Science Monitor - 30 minutes ago
Winter solstice occurred Thursday at 12:30 am, Eastern time. Throughout the Northern Hemisphere winter solstice celebrations help beat back winter's gloom and usher in longer days.
Space.com - 55 minutes ago
by Tariq Malik, SPACE.com Managing Editor An ancient galaxy that formed just after the birth of the universe has been photographed by telescopes on Earth and in space, and is the brightest galaxy ever seen at such remote distances, astronomers say.
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By Daniel J. DeNoon Previous infant deaths from cronobacter have been linked to powdered baby formula. The Missouri child had been fed Enfamil Newborn purchased at a local Walmart store.
Chicago Tribune - 56 minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) - When Amanda Harrison had her breasts enlarged in 2006, the results gave her the confidence she had lacked since bullies teased her at school about her flat chest.
Shrinkage in certain parts of the brain may herald Alzheimer's disease long before symptoms arise, according to new research. By Alice Park | @aliceparkny | December 22, 2011 | + Alzheimer's disease has always been difficult to diagnose - the only way ...
Chicago Tribune - 56 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The editors of the journal Science have retracted a controversial 2009 paper claiming to prove a link between a virus and chronic fatigue syndrome.
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Pacific Continental Bank Funds Single Highest-Dollar, 7(a) SBA Loan in ...
Sacramento Bee - 58 minutes ago
Blake Griffin puts on a clinic in the post
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Middle Class Worker: Tax Cut Impasse an Insult
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Amar'e Gives Deron Williams a Lift
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Security Tight, North Korean Mourning Continues
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