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» Auto updated continuouslyPoor Supports Brazil's President in Re-Election
ABC News (US): International | Wed Sep 24, 2014 04:14 UTC
Life may still be tough for millions of poor Brazilians but it's also never been better. And that's the key for President Dilma Rousseff's re-election bid. Although Rousseff and top rival Marina Silva are locked in a virtual tie among those i
Indian Space-Race Boost As Satellite Orbits Mars
Sky News | Wed Sep 24, 2014 03:53 UTC
The country joins the US, the European Space Agency and the former Soviet Union in the elite club of Martian explorers.
Terminator 2-style liquid metal manipulated by scientists
ABC Australia: World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 03:46 UTC
Scientists could be on the way to reproducing scenes from Terminator 2, after working out how to control the surface tension of liquid metals by applying very low voltages.
India's low-cost Mars mission succeeds on first attempt
ABC Australia: World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 03:41 UTC
India's low-cost mission to Mars has successfully entered the red planet's orbit, crowning India as the first country to complete the trip at its maiden attempt.
Were U.S. airstrikes legal under international law?
CBS News : World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 03:28 UTC
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power lays out the case for U.S. attacks in Syria
Long Sentences Given in Miss Venezuela's Slaying
ABC News (US): International | Wed Sep 24, 2014 03:09 UTC
Three men who confessed to murdering a former Miss Venezuela and her husband in a crime that shocked a nation increasingly accustomed to violence have each been sentenced to more than 20 years in jail. The sentences were handed down Tuesday by a court in
How the U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria went down
CBS News : World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:58 UTC
A total of 168 weapons struck targets across Syria in a massive display of fire power the U.S. says is just the start of the fight against ISIS there
White House gets second barrier, security buffer following fence jumping incidents
RT.com | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:53 UTC
The US Secret Service has erected a second fence and increased its presence around the White House after two people scaled the 7.5-foot tall fence surrounding the White House this month, one of whom was able to enter the building.
Scientists: India Has Triumphed in First Mission to Mars, Putting Satellite in Planet's Orbit
ABC News (US): International | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:48 UTC
Scientists: India has triumphed in first mission to Mars, putting satellite in planet's orbit .
How the Arab coalition against ISIS in Syria came together
CBS News : World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:36 UTC
Sec. of State Kerry took a whirlwind, 6-stop tour of the Mideast and Europe to secure Arab partners willing to strike ISIS inside Syria
U.S. takes fight to ISIS with airstrikes in Syria
CBS News : World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:14 UTC
The new Syria phase of the anti-terror fight is targeting Islamic State strongholds. President Obama revealed U.S. airstrikes hit the al Qaeda-linked Khorasan terror group. Following the airstrikes, the President also emphasized the role of five Arab coun
Ex-Chinese Planning Official on Trial for Graft
ABC News (US): International | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:05 UTC
Chinese state media say a former powerful economic planning official has gone on trial accused of taking bribes. Liu Tienan was an official of vice-ministerial rank at China's National Development and Reform Commission, which is in charge of steering
India's low-cost Mars mission begins final maneuvers to enter orbit
RT.com | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:03 UTC
India may become the first nation to reach Mars on its maiden attempt after its Mars Orbiter Mission completes its 10-month journey and begins its final maneuvers to enter the Red Planet’s orbit.
US cracks down on ‘unpatriotic’ corporations’ tax inversion deals
RT.com | Wed Sep 24, 2014 01:58 UTC
The American corporations labeled unpatriotic for exploiting loopholes to avoid US taxes may see the so-called tax inversion schemes much less lucrative with the new rules announced by the US Treasury to crack down on the practice.
Three suspected French jihadists avoid police airport trap
ABC Australia: World | Wed Sep 24, 2014 01:52 UTC
High confusion surrounded the fate of three men suspected of joining militants in Syria, after a plan to detain them on their return to France collapsed because security forces waited for them at the wrong airport.
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ABC News (US): Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 04:00 UTC
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Obama's path to air strikes
CNN: Lead Headline | Wed Sep 24, 2014 02:57 UTC
Airstrikes on ISIS in Syria by U.S.-led coalition come after Obama's initial reluctance to act there. Timeline lists major events leading up to U.S. action.
Florida mall shooting leaves 2 wounded
Foxnews: Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 01:55 UTC
Authorities say two people have been wounded in a shooting at a central Florida mall, and police are trying to determine if two men found dead a short time later in a crashed vehicle are connected.
Hundreds of Colorado students protest history curriculum changes that would promote patriotism
Foxnews: Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 01:32 UTC
They staged the civil disobedience in protest over a conservative-led school board proposal to focus history education on topics that promote citizenship, patriotism and respect for authority.
Iraqi leader: 'Do it right this time'
CNN: Lead Headline | Wed Sep 24, 2014 01:21 UTC
Iraq's prime minister said Tuesday he is happy to see the United States and its Arab allies striking ISIS in Syria so long as they
Hiker's body found near black bear
CNN | Wed Sep 24, 2014 01:00 UTC
A Rutgers University student hiking in the woods of northern New Jersey was mauled to death Sunday by a 300-pound black bear.
2 Wounded in Central Florida Mall Shooting
ABC News (US): Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:49 UTC
2 wounded in central Florida mall shooting; 2 men found dead in fleeing vehicle after crash
Suspect Charged in Case of Missing UVa Student
ABC News (US): Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:45 UTC
Police: Man charged with abduction with intent to defile in case of missing U.Va. student
'Fault in Our Stars' book banned from California district's middle schools over sexual content
Foxnews: Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:40 UTC
The bestselling book The Fault in Our Stars, narrated by a 16-year-old cancer patient, has been banned from Riverside Unified School District middle schools over sexual content, but it is still allowed in high schools.
Firefighters advance on blaze in California’s Sierras
One America News Network | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:30 UTC
By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES – Fire crews in California’s rugged Sierra Nevada tightened their grip on Tuesday on […] The post Firefighters advance on blaze in California’s Sierras appeared first on One America News Network.
Girlfriend: Poisoned Doctor Suspected Lover
ABC News (US): Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:18 UTC
Girlfriend: Poisoned doctor suspected lover had hurt him but feared telling cops
Did Obama dis Marines?
CNN | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:17 UTC
With a coffee cup in hand, the President Barack Obama offered a less-than-formal salute to a marine standing guard as he exited the presidential helicopter.
Obama urges global action to combat climate change: 'Nobody gets a pass'
Al Jazeera America | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:11 UTC
World's top polluters pledge action at UN summit; Obama calls on all nations to address challenges of a warming Earth
Secret Service twice met fence jumper
CNN | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:07 UTC
Official: The Secret Service interviewed and cleared Omar Gonzalez twice well before he scaled a White House fence.
Teen Pleads Innocent to Rape That Followed UO Game
ABC News (US): Lead | Wed Sep 24, 2014 00:04 UTC
17-year-old boy pleads not guilty to rape that followed Oregon football game
India's Mars Orbiter Project now orbiting Red Planet UPI Heather RecordsBANGALORE, India, Sept. 23 (UPI) -- India's Mars Orbiter project is now in orbit around the Red Planet.....
Breakingviews: Starbucks brews up fantastic deal in Japan Reuters Sept. 24 - Starbucks is buying out its Japanese partner at a discounted price that will be difficult to replicate elsewhere but is likely to please shareholders, sa....
5 things to know about spending on state races AP WASHINGTON (AP) Politicians seeking state-level offices and their allies have spent more on television ads than their peers fighting for control of the U.S. Senate....
Spending on state races' ads tops US Senate AP WASHINGTON (AP) Candidates running for offices in statehouses from Alaska to Florida and their allies have spent more than a quarter of a billion dollars on tele....
World leaders meet with multiple crises on agenda AP UNITED NATIONS (AP) Facing a world in turmoil from multiple crises ranging from wars in the Mideast and Africa to the deadly scourge of Ebola and growing Islamic r....
Rio Olympic official confident about golf plans AP RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) A top official of the 2016 Olympics says he is confident a lawsuit against the city of Rio and a golf course developer will not stop a test eve....
Poor supports Brazil's president in re-election AP SAO PAULO (AP) Life may still be tough for millions of poor Brazilians but it's also never been better.And that's the key for President Dilma Rousseff'....
North Carolina Race 'On the Cusp' to Determine Senate Newsmax Deep Dixie purple North Carolina - where Republicans hold sway in the legislature and Democrats have the advantage in registered voters - is on the cusp as a race....
5 things to know about spending on state races Washington Post Politicians seeking state-level offices and their allies have spent more on television ads than their peers fighting for control of the U.S. Senate, a remarkable fa....
'Burn It Down ': Group Reportedly Breaks Into Ferguson Store, Gunfire Heard as Chaos Threatens to Reemerge The Blaze A group of individuals reportedly broke into a Beauty Town store in Ferguson, Missouri, as the sounds of gunfire and police sirens filled the air on Tuesday night. ....
Walmart To Offer Low-Cost Checking Accounts In Venture With Green Dot International Business Times Walmart is joining with Green Dot, an issuer of prepaid MasterCard and Visa credit cards, to offer checking accounts to anyone over 18 who has passed an identificat....
NYC Luxury-Condo Buyers Await New Towers as Sales Slow Bloomberg Sales at One57, the ultra-luxury Manhattan condominium tower that set off a high-end residential construction boom, have slowed to a trickle amid competition from n....
Boston Bombing Suspect’s Friend Loses Bid to Move Trial Bloomberg A former college student charged with lying to federal agents probing the Boston Marathon bombing lost a bid to move his trial outside the city, the third such deni....
Sirius, VirnetX, Hershey, Sauce: Intellectual Property Bloomberg In a ruling against Sirius XM Holdings Inc., a federal judge in Los Angeles said that a California law covering ownership of the copyrights to pre-1972 sound record....
Brown Says Global Lead on Zero Emissions Beating Forecast Bloomberg For four decades, California has set the pace for clean-air initiatives, from curbing tailpipe emissions to promoting renewable energy. Now the worlds eighth- large....
Orr Is Object of Desire for Detroit Council That Shunned Him Bloomberg Kevyn Orr became Detroits emergency manager last year with power to overrule a city council that couldnt wait to get rid of him. Now that they can, they may keep hi....
Suncor Looks East to Find Buyers for Western Canada Crude Bloomberg Western Canadian crude may be crossing the Atlantic Ocean soon as Canadas oil companies seek buyers outside North America.....
iPhone 6 vs. Lumia Icon: Apple’s darling against Microsoft’s powerhouse Digital Trends If you're looking at getting a new smartphone, it's worth waiting for September 19th when the iPhone 6 drops, to see how well it works once it's in consumers' hands....
Radisys plants flag in NFV biz The Register Targets mobe operators with switch and software Radisys has joined the SDN/NFV race, launching a combo of chassis and software targeting mobile operators.…....
Bitcoin-mining company Butterfly Labs shut down by FTC CNET Company marketed specialized computers designed to produce the cryptocurrency but delivered useless machines, according to an FTC complaint.....
Indian spacecraft enters Mars orbit The Register Mangalyaan hits the mark, first time India has become the first space power to manage a successful insertion to Mars orbit on the first attempt after the historic 1....
Ban? What ban? Lyft buys carpool app maker Hitch The Register Ridesharer splashes on multi-rider transport service Ride-sharing service Lyft is looking to boost its carpooling service with the acquisition of smaller rival Hitc....
This Lego Mario Brothers Lamp is the Geekiest Way to Spend $2,200 Gizmodo Let's say that you've got a spare two grand stuffed in a shoebox under your bed, and you want to put it towards something really useful. No, not paying off ....
Run a small business? Canon wants to help you ‘Maxify’ it with new office inkjet printers Digital Trends With larger ink tanks, more paper capacity, and access to cloud storage, Canon's new office-centric Maxify-series of color inkjet printers are designed for small bu....
Nuns to re-examine policy that led to gay teacher firing USA Today DETROIT The congregation of Catholic nuns that operates Marian High School have signaled they will re-examine policies that led to the controversial firing of a gay....
Abu Ghaith, a Bin Laden Adviser, Is Sentenced to Life in Prison NY Times Forty companies signed a declaration on Tuesday pledging to help cut tropical deforestation in half by 2020 and stop it entirely by 2030.....
The Wrecking Ball Targets a Former Army Base NY Times Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, 48, who was convicted of conspiracy to kill Americans, providing material support to terrorists and conspiring to do so, warned that his penalt....
3 Indianapolis men arrested in gun shop owner's death USA Today DENVER Three Indianapolis men accused of fatally shooting a Jennings County gun shop owner and stealing dozens of weapons from his store have been arrested. Dejaun....
Insurance Brokers Key To Kentucky’s Obamacare Success Washington Post LONDON, KY. -- David Combs has been a health insurance broker in this small city in central Kentucky for more than 15 years. When the Affordable Care Act became law....