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All The News - 04.04.2011

Mississippi Lawmakers Approve Legislation To Construct Civil Rights Museum

AP   |  By SHELIA BYRD   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Civil Rights, Haley Barbour, Emmett Till, Freedom Summer, Ku Klux Klan, Medgar Evers, Civil Rights Movement, Civil Rights Museum, Civil-Rights-Activists, Mississippi, Museum Of Mississippi History, Neshoba-County, Phil Bryant, Tallahatchie River JACKSON, Miss. -- Lawmakers on Monday approved a bill authorizing the multimillion-dollar construction of two new Mississippi museums – one devoted to the civil rights...

UConn Defeats Butler 53-41: Huskies Are National Champions

AP   |  EDDIE PELLS   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: 2011 NCAA Tournament, 2011 March Madness, March Madness, NCAA Tournament 2011, NCAA Tournament, UConn National Champions, Butler Bulldogs, Butler Uconn, College Basketball, March Madness 2011, Ncaa, Uconn, Uconn Butler HOUSTON — The only thing that could stop Kemba Walker and Connecticut's amazing run was the final buzzer. On a night when the massive arena...

One Shining Moment: NCAA March Madness Highlights From The Last Decade (VIDEO)

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: March Madness, NCAA Tournament, March Madness Video, Ncaa Tournament Video, One Shining Moment, One Shining Moment 2011, One Shining Moment History, One Shining Moment Video, Slidepollajax The UConn Huskies topped the Butler Bulldogs 53-41 in tonight's championship game. With this year's NCAA tournament over and the final nets cut down, it's...

Unsealed Indictment Against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Reveals Details About 9/11 Attacks

AP   |  By LARRY NEUMEISTER   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: 9/11, Ali Abdul Aziz Ali, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Mustafa Al-Hawsawi, Osama Bin Laden, Ramzi Yousef, Ramzi Bin Al-Shibh, September 11th, Twin Towers, Walid Bin Attash, World Trade Center, Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Guantanamo, Guantanamo Bay, Kevin Duffy, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Trial, September 11 NEW YORK -- The details of the criminal charges against the self-professed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks and four other defendants became moot for...

Texas Instruments To Buy National Semiconductor For $6.5 Billion

AP   |  By JORDAN ROBERTSON   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: National Semiconductor, Texas Instruments, Texas Instruments National Semiconductor, Ti, Ti National Semiconductor SAN FRANCISCO -- Texas Instruments Inc. is buying National Semiconductor for $6.5 billion in a marriage of two of the world's premier makers of analog...

'First Garden': Children's Book Published On White House Garden

Obama Foodorama   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Alice Waters, Barack Obama, First Garden: The White House Garden And How It Grew, Michelle Obama, Robbin Gourley, White House, White House Kitchen Garden, Childrens Books, Childrens Books Food, Food Education, Recipes, White House Garden Perfectly timed to celebrate National Gardening Month, Clarion Books will today release First Garden: The White House Garden And How it Grew, which breaks ground...

Woman Charged In Attack On 'Evil' Gauguin Painting

AP   |  By BEN NUCKOLS   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: National Gallery, National Gallery Of Art, Paul Gauguin, Washington DC, Art, Gauguin, Museums, Painting, Tahiti, Two Tahitian Women WASHINGTON -- A woman accused of pounding on a painting by Paul Gauguin and trying to rip it from a wall at the National Gallery...

White House Aims To Defend 'Network Neutrality' Regulations From House GOP Bill

AP   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: FCC Net Neutrality, Federal Communications Commission, House GOP, House Republicans, Internet Service Providers, Network Neutrality, White House, Broadband, Fcc, Gop, Net Neutrality, Republicans, Telecommunications WASHINGTON -- The White House is threatening a veto against a House Republican bill that would overturn new federal rules aimed at ensuring equitable access...

An App For Stalkers: 'Creepy' Geo-Locates Based On Social Networking Activity

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Stalker App, Creepy App, Geolocation, Goetagging, Social Networking Rachel Mansur With the globally rampant use of such social networking platforms as Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare, the issue of privacy has become a...

James Chippendale Starts Love Hope Strength Foundation To Connect Marrow Donors With Those In Need

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Bone Marrow Registry, Bone Marrow, Cancer, James Chippendale, Leukemia, Love Strength Hope, Marrow Donors James Chippendale found new meaning in life after a battle with leukemia. Now he's trying to give other people the second chance he had, by...

Flying Dog Brewery Sues To Run 'Raging Bitch' Belgian IPA Label In Michigan

DCist   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Flying Dog Brewery, Michigan Liquor Control Commission, Raging Bitch Belgian-Style Indian Pale Ale, Ralph Steadman, Beer, Beer Labels, Food Lawsuits, Ipa, Profanity When it comes to bastions of decency and decorum, beer isn't necessarily the first place one would think to look for them. But according to...

ACLU Sues Rhode Island City Over Christian Prayer Banner Displayed In High School

AP   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: American Civil Liberties Union, Aclu, Atheism, Atheists, Christianity, Christians, Cranston High School West, Cranston Rhode Island, Cranston School Committee, Jessica Ahlquist, Prayer Banner, Rhode Island PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is suing the city of Cranston over a Christian prayer banner displayed...

Jhonas Enroth, Sabres Goalie, Makes Save With No Mask (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post   |  Craig Kanalley   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Buffalo Sabres, Jhonas Enroth, Jhonas Enroth Maskless Save, Jhonas Enroth No Mask Save, Jhonas Enroth Save, Hockey, Jhonas Enroth Mask, Nhl, Save With No Mask, Video Rookie goaltender Jhonas Enroth kept Buffalo in the playoff race this week, with 5 of a possible 6 points in relief of injured Sabre Ryan...

NCAA Championship Game 2011 LIVE UPDATES: Butler vs. UConn

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: 2011 NCAA Tournament, 2011 March Madness, Butler Basketball, March Madness, NCAA Tournament 2011, NCAA Tournament, UConn Huskies, Butler, Butler Bulldogs, Butler Uconn, Butler Vs. Uconn, March Madness 2011, Ncaa, Ncaa Championship Game Time, Uconn, Uconn Basketball, Uconn Butler, Uconn Vs. Butler Butler and UConn square off tonight in the NCAA tournament championship game at 9:23 p.m. ET. It has been a wild tournament thus far, filled...

House GOP Readies Stopgap Budget Bill If Needed To Avoid Government Shutdown

AP   |  DAVID ESPO   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Government Shutdown, John Boehner, Boehner Budget Cuts, Boehner Government Shutdown, Boehner Government Spending, Boehner Spending Cuts, Gop Stopgap Budget Bill, Government Shutdown 2011, John Boehner Budget Cuts, John Boehner Government Shutdown, John Boehner Government Spending, John Boehner Spending Cuts, Republicans Stopgap Budget Ill WASHINGTON — Republican officials say GOP lawmakers are ready with another short-term spending bill if needed to avoid a government shutdown threatened for Friday. These...

Denver/Boulder Concert Calendar (04/04-04/10)

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Denver Around Town, Concert, Denver Boulder Concert Calendar There are some lesser-known names performing concerts in Denver this week, but as Shakespeare would say, "what's in a name?" There's Southeast Engine, David Dondero...

Colorado Department Of Transportation Officials Plan To Remove Boulders Above Road

AP   |  SHEILA V KUMAR   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Colorado Department Of Transportation, Georgetown Colorado, I-70 Boulders, I-70 Rocks, Interstate 70, Cdot DENVER — A cluster of boulders perched 300 feet above Colorado's main east-west highway will shut down the main route to many of the state's...

Huckabee Hearts Secrecy

Mother Jones   |  Siddhartha Mahanta   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: 2012 Gop Candidates, Conservative Political Action Conference, GOP Candidates, Mike Beebe, Mike Huckabee, Arkansas, Arkansas Governor, Brenda Turner, Cpac, Gop, Government Transparency, Jim-Parsons, Ouachita Baptist University, Public Records There's a Mike Huckabee mystery that won't go away. Send a public records request seeking documents from his 12-year stint as Arkansas governor, as Mother...

Orioles Beat Tigers 5-1 To Remain Unbeaten

AP   |  DAVID GINSBURG   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Baltimore Orioles, O's, O's Tigers, Orioles Tigers, Tigers Orioles, Baseball, Detroit Tigers, Mlb, Orioles BALTIMORE — For all the hype about the additions the Orioles made to their lineup during the offseason, the most productive player thus far is...

International Pillow Fight Day: Los Angeles Throws Down

  |  Katie Bain   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: International Pillow Fight Day, La Around Town, Pillow Fight Day Los Angeles, Pillow Fights Story courtesy of City's Best. By Katie Bain Hundreds of Los Angelenos flocked to Downtown's Pershing Square with pillows in hand on Saturday afternoon to...

Tijuana Border Shooting: 2 Americans Killed At San Ysidro Border Crossing

AP   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: San Ysidro Border Shooting, Tijuana Border Shooting TIJUANA, Mexico — Two men who prosecutors tentatively identified as U.S. citizens were shot to death in their vehicle early Monday as they waited at...

Taste-Off: McDonald's vs. Burger King's Chicken Nuggets

YumSugar   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: BK Chicken Tenders, Burger King, Fast Food, McDonald's, Chicken Mcnuggets, Chicken Nuggets, Fast Food Chains, Fast Food Reviews, Food Reviews, Taste Test "Crispy. Tender. New," the Burger King website declares of its latest menu item, BK Chicken Tenders. Funny: they might've been new on the BK lineup,...

Hawass Officially Reapopinted To Egypt's Antiquities Portfolio

Ahram Online   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Egyptian Museum Looted, Egyptian Revolution, Looted Antiquities, Zahi Hawass, Antiquities, Cairo, Cairo-Museum, Egypt, Egypt Protests, Egyptian Museum, Minister Of Antiquities Five days after his meeting with Egypt Prime Minister Essam Sharaf renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawass has been officially reappointed to the post of Egypt's minister...

'Dream House' Raffle To Benefit The Boys And Girls Clubs Of Metro Denver (PHOTOS)

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Denver Dream House Raffle, Denver Real Estate, Boys & Girls Club Of Metro Denver, Boys And Girls Club, Denver Impact, Dream House Raffle A Washington Park home worth $1.25 million is the grand prize in the Denver in a Dream House Raffle benefiting the Boys and Girls Clubs...

Artist Missing After Blocked From Leaving China

AP   |  By ISOLDA MORILLO   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Chinese Dissidents, Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei, Lu Qing, Sunflower Seeds, Ai Weiwei, Ai Weiwei Missing, Anti-Government, Artist, China, Contemporary Art, Sculpture, Tate, Tate Turbine Hall BEIJING -- One of China's most famous contemporary artists remained missing Monday, more than a day after he was blocked from leaving the country and...

Colorado Petroleum Association Drops Petition To Roll Back State's Pit Liner Rule

The Colorado Independent   |  David O. Williams   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Colorado Oil Rules, Colorado Oil And Gas, Colorado Oil And Gas Conservation Commission, Colorado Petroleum Association, Pit Liners The Colorado Petroleum Association (CPA) today dropped its bid to get the state to roll back its rule for proper disposal of pit liners used...

Supreme Court Pulls Another Brick From Church/State Wall

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: First Amendment, Supreme Court, US Supreme Court, Freedom Of Religion, Religion, Religious Schools By Adelle M. Banks Religion News Service WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Monday (April 4) rejected a challenge to an Arizona school tuition credit...

Muslim Man Denies Author's Claim That He Killed Malcolm X

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Al-Mustafa Shabazz, Carolyn Kelley Shabazz, Malcolm X, Malcolm X Assassination, Newark Mosque 25, William Bradley, Islam, Malcolm x: a Life Of Reinvention, Manning Marable, Nation Of Islam, Who Killed Malcolm x By Amy Ellis Nutt and Barry Carter Religion News Service NEWARK, N.J. (RNS) For 46 years, the chief assassin of slain civil rights icon Malcolm...

The 8 Worst Twitter PR Fails

The Huffington Post   |  Catharine Smith   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Pr Disaster, Pr Fails, Slidepollajax, Tweets, Twitter, Twitter Fail, Twitter Fails, Twitter Pr Disaster, Twitter Pr Fails Some brands deftly craft their Twitter presence. Bank of America's @BofA_Help account, for example, has come to be seen as an effective forum where customers'...

Gulf Residents Concerned About Health Effects Of Oil Spill, But Link Remains Unconfirmed (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post   |  Dean Praetorius   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: BP Oil Spill, BP Oil Spill Effects, Bp Oil Effects, Bp Oil Health Effects, Bp Oil Spill Health Effects, Bp Remaining Oil Spill Effects, Gulf Oil Spill, Gulf Oil Spill Effects, Gulf Oil Spill Effects Remaining, Gulf Oil Spill Health Effects, Poll, Remaining Gulf Oil Spill Effects, Video With the one year anniversary of the Gulf oil spill quickly approaching, the effects of the disaster still remain in question. Despite a number of... Marcus Baram

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West Virginia Mine Disaster: One Year Later, Safety Overhaul Stalled

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Marcus Baram   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Mine Safety, Mine Anniversary, Mine Disaster, Thewatchdog, Upper Big Branch, Upper Big Branch Disaster, Watchdog Blog NEW YORK -- A year after the worst coal mining accident in decades took the lives of 29 workers, prompting urgent calls to revamp oversight...

HUFFPOST HILL - White House Budget Meeting Tomorrow

  |  Eliot Nelson   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Huffpost Hill Maine Republicans are bristling at GOP Governor Paul LePage's recent attempts to sound like a Franco-American Chris Christie. The U.S. Labor Department took a break...

Libya: Ready For Elections, But Gaddafi Must Stay

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Libya Election, Libya Political Reform, Libya Talks, Libya, Libya News, Muammar Gaddafi TRIPOLI, April 4 (Reuters) - Libya is ready to hold elections and reform its political system but only its own people can decide whether...

Ryan Phillippe & Amanda Seyfried Cuddle In Paris (PHOTO)

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Amanda Seyfried, Reese Witherspoon, Ryan Phillippe, Amanda Seyfried Ryan Phillippe Ryan Phillippe and Amanda Seyfried hugged it out for the cameras in Paris Sunday afternoon, and x17online.com has photos. Ryan is in Europe promoting 'The...

Gay Marriage In California: Equality California To Decide Whether To Push For 2012 Ballot Measure

The Informer   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: 2012 Ballot Measures, California Gay Marriage Ban, Equality California, Prop 8, Proposition 8, California Gay Marriage, Gay Marriage Equality California, the major gay rights organization, is looking into whether or not it will push for a pro-gay marriage ballot measure sometime very soon,...

Iman al-Obeidi, Libya Woman Who Claimed Rape, May Be Free

AP   |  HADEEL AL-SHALCHI   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Iman Al-Obeidi, Iman Al-Obeidi Charges, Iman Al-Obeidi Rape, Libya, Libya News, Muammar Gaddafi NEW YORK — A Libyan woman who says she is the person who burst into a Tripoli hotel to tell foreign journalists that she had... Jon Ward

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Bill Kristol Attempt To Promote Paul Ryan 2012 Candidacy Falls Flat, But Coming Fight Over Spending Holds Wild Cards

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Jon Ward   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: 2012 Election, Barack Obama, Bill Kristol, Mitt Romney, Ross Douthat, Tim Pawlenty, Elections 2012, Paul Ryan WASHINGTON -- An attempt by conservative author Bill Kristol to excite interest in the idea of a presidential run by Republican congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)...

Denny's Maple Bacon Sundae Reviewed

Slashfood   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: America's Pork Checkoff Program, Denny's, Bacon, Bacon Sundae, Baconalia, Chain Restaurants, Dennys Bacon Sundae, Food Reviews Denny's is no stranger to bacon, having served it up at breakfast for decades with their Grand Slams. However "America's diner," along with support from...

Office Prank Gone Wrong

  |   July 19, 2011

Read More: Marlo Thomas, Funny Office Pranks, Funny Office Video, Funny Pranks, Funny Videos, Lotd, Office Pranks, Office Pranks Gone Wrong, Pranks Gone Wrong, Video OMG - looks like the joke was on him! -MT Don't Miss a Good Laugh! Sign up to receive my email newsletter each week...

Audrina Patridge & Lookalike Mom In Swimsuits (PHOTOS)

Egotastic!   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Celebrity Skin, Audrina Patridge, Audrina Patridge Mom, Audrina-Bikini, Lynn-Patridge Double wow. Hot mom and daughter Patridge swimsuit wow....

Soyuz Gagarin Liftoff From Kazakhstan (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: NASA Astronaut, Soyuz Gagarin, Yuri Gagarin, Astronauts Liftoff, Nasa, Nasa Liftoff, Ron Garan, Space Kazakhstan, Spaceship Liftoff, Video Three astronauts prepare to liftoff from Kazakhstan's Baikonur Cosmodrome at 6:18 p.m. EDT aboard the Soyuz TMA-21 spacecraft, reports MSNBC. NASA astronaut Ron Garan and...

Farmers Not To Blame For High Food Prices

AP   |  MICHAEL J. CRUMB   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: National Corn Growers Association, US Economy, Corn, Corn Crop, Economy, Ethanol Industry, Farmers, Food Industry, Food Inflation, High Food Prices, Renewable Fuels Association, Us Agriculture, Usda DES MOINES, Iowa — Farmers and ethanol producers have braced for what they expect could be widespread criticism as corn prices are rising rapidly and...

Ai WeiWei Detained: Which Other Dissidents Have Been Detained During China's Crackdown?

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Civil Rights, Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei, Nobel Peace Prize, Ai Weiwei, China, China Dissident, Human Rights, Jasmine Revolution, Liu Xiaobo, Slideshow The recent disappearance of one of China's most famous contemporary artists sparked new concern for the fate of the country's dissidents. As the Associated Press...

Barack Obama Opens 2012 Bid No Longer An Outsider

AP   |  BEN FELLER   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: 2012 Election, Barack Obama, Barack Obama 2012, Barack Obama 2012 Election, Barack Obama Elections 2012, Elections 2012, Obama 2012, Obama 2012 Election, Obama Elections 2012 WASHINGTON — No longer the fresh voice of change, President Barack Obama embarked on a bid for re-election Monday by asking a divided, anxious electorate...

Prince William's Bachelor Party Details: Surfing & No Strippers (VIDEO)

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince William Bachelor Party, Royal Wedding, Royal Wedding 2011, Prince William Stag Do, Royalty, Video "Good Morning America" has the latest royal wedding reports, perhaps just a round of fan fiction, but entertaining all the same. So what's in Monday's...

Alleged Pakistani Cannibals Arrested For Digging Up Woman's Corpse And Making It Into Curry

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Farman Ali, Flesh Eating, Muhammad Arif, Pakistan Brothers Rob Grave, Pakistan Grave Robbed, Saira Parveen, Cannibalism, Pakistan Two Pakistani men have been arrested for allegedly digging up a 24-year-old woman's corpse and eating her flesh in a curry. As the Guardian is... Ryan Grim

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Budget Deal Would Give Pentagon Extra Funds In Exchange For Social Program Cuts

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Ryan Grim   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Budget, Budget Cuts, Defense, Department Of Defense, Spending WASHINGTON -- While media attention focuses on the cuts to government spending demanded by House Republicans and broadly accepted by Democrats, the Pentagon is poised...

Stuart Scott Undergoing Chemotherapy

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Stu Scott, Stuart Scott Cancer, Stuart Scott Chemo, Stuart Scott Chemotherapy, Stuart Scott Twitter, Espn, Stuart Scott ESPN anchor Stuart Scott revealed some sad news on his twitter account on Monday, telling his followers that he has started his chemotherapy. "I start...

Crystal Mangum, Woman Who Falsely Accused Duke Lacrosse Players Of Rape, Arrested For Allegedly Stabbing Boyfriend

AP   |   April 3, 2011

Read More: Crystal Mangum, Crystal Mangum Arrested, Crystal Mangum Boyfriend, Crystal Mangum Duke, Crystal Mangum Stabbing, Crystal Mangum Update, Duke Rape Woman Charged, The South DURHAM, N.C. -- Authorities say the woman who falsely claimed she was raped by Duke lacrosse players has been accused of stabbing her boyfriend in...

Pregnant Kate Hudson Drinking Wine? (PHOTO)

popeater.com   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Kate Hudson, Kate Hudson Pregnant, Kate Hudson Pregnant Drinking, Kate Hudson Pregnant Wine A pregnant Kate Hudson took some time off from her hectic life in Hollywood and relaxed with pals in Buenos Aires.... Sam Stein

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17 Democratic Governors Launch Preemptive Strike Against Paul Ryan's Medicaid Proposal

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Sam Stein   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Democratic Governors, Medicaid, Medicaid Paul Ryan, Medicaid Proposal, Paul Ryan, Paul Ryan Medicaid, Video WASHINGTON -- Seventeen Democratic governors have signed and sent a letter to congressional leaders stating their firm opposition to a Medicaid reform proposal championed by...

Boeing 737 Safety Inspection Ordered By FAA After Southwest Hole

AP   |  JOAN LOWY   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: FAA Southwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Airlines, Southwest, Southwest Airlines Hole, Southwest-Airlines-Emergency-Landing WASHINGTON — The Federal Aviation Administration plans to issue an emergency safety order on Tuesday requiring special inspections aimed at finding hidden metal fatigue in...

Carolyn Goodman's Husband, Oscar Goodman, Hopes Wife Will Succeed Him As Las Vegas Mayor

AP   |  CRISTINA SILVA   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Carolyn Goodman, Carolyn Goodman Oscar Goodman, Carolyn Goodman Election, Oscar Goodman Carolyn Goodman, Oscar Goodman Wife, Oscar Goodman's Wife, Las Vegas Election, Las Vegas Mayor Election, Oscar Goodman LAS VEGAS — For 12 years, Mayor Oscar Goodman has been a flamboyant constant in a city where aging headliners and iconic casinos are routinely... Jon Ward

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Rand Paul Impresses Iowa Republicans In Trip To Explore 2012 Presidential Run

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Jon Ward   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Elections 2012, Gop Primary 2012, Iowa, President Obama, Rand Paul WASHINGTON –- Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) impressed Iowa Republicans during his trip to the Hawkeye state over the weekend, sources in the state said. In...

Gwyneth Paltrow Rumored For 'Bon Appetit' June Cover

Eater National   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Adam Rapoport, Adam Rapoport Bon Appetit, Bon Appetit, Gwyneth Paltrow, Gwyneth Paltrow Cooking, Gwyneth Paltrow Magazine, Gwyneth Paltrow Cookbook Sources tell the New York Post that actress/kale fan/cookbook author Gwyneth Paltrow will grace Bon Appetit's June cover. The magazine, however, did not confirm....

Google Product Boss Jonathan Rosenberg Resigns--On Larry Page's First Day As CEO

Business Insider   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Boss Jonathan Rosenberg, Boss Jonathan Rosenberg Google, Larry Page, Google SVP of product management Jonathan Rosenberg just resigned from Google. Rosenberg has been with Google since 2002. Until today, he was considered one of the...

Long Island Serial Killer: Three More Sets Of Remains Found Near Oak Beach

AP   |  FRANK ELTMAN   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: NY Crime, New York Crime, Long Island Serial Killer, Missing-Prostitutes, Ny News, Oak Beach, Serial Killer OAK BEACH, N.Y. — Investigators scouring dense undergrowth for victims of a suspected serial killer along a remote New York beach area found three more...

House Republicans Maneuver For Budget Cuts As Shutdown Looms

AP   |  DAVID ESPO   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Government Shutdown, John Boehner, Boehner Budget Cuts, Boehner Government Shutdown, Boehner Government Spending, Boehner Spending Cuts, Government Shutdown 2011, John Boehner Budget Cuts, John Boehner Government Shutdown, John Boehner Government Spending, John Boehner Spending Cuts WASHINGTON — With budget talks deadlocked, House Republicans drafted a one-week bill Monday night to cut spending by $12 billion, fully fund the Pentagon and...

Inside Scientology-Backed Rehab Program Narconon

The Fix   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Tom Cruise, Drug Rehab, Drugs, Narcotics Rehab, Naroconon, Scientology Deaths, Scientology Kills, Scientology Narcotics, Scientology Rehab L. Ron Hubbard was a strange candidate to emerge as the self-proclaimed scientific leader of one of the world's largest anti-addiction enterprises. His fondness for... Amanda Terkel

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Maine Mural Controversy: U.S. Labor Department Says Put It Back Up Or Repay The Money

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Amanda Terkel   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Department Of Labor, Department Of Labor Maine, Labor Mural, Labor Protests, Maine Mural, Paul Lepage, Paul Lepage Maine, Paul Lepage Maine Governor, Paul Lepage Mural WASHINGTON -- The federal government is stepping into the labor mural controversy in Maine, demanding that the state either put the artwork back up at...

Abandoned Oil And Gas Wells Threaten Drinking Water, Homes Across U.S.

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Oil Wells, Abandoned Fracking, Abandoned Gas Wells, Abandoned Oil Wells, Abandoned Wells, Energy, Environment, Fracking Water, Fracking Wells, Gas Wells, Health, Us Gas Drilling, Us Oil Drilling From ProPublica's Nicholas Kusnetz: A version of this story was co-published with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.In the last 150 years, prospectors and energy companies have drilled...

Student Hit by Subway Car Mourned by Classmates

dnainfo.com   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Adrian Rodriguez, New York Subway, Mta, Mta News, Ny News, Subway, Subway Death LOWER EAST SIDE -- Friends and classmates of a Lower East Side student who died after striking his head on subway car last week expressed...

Miguel Lerma Jr., Border Protection Officer, Charged With Rape

AP   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Border Officer Rape, Miguel Lerma Jr., Santa Ana Rape, Us-Customs-And-Border-Protection WESTMINSTER, Calif. — A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer has been charged with rape in an attack in Southern California that authorities say occurred... Laura Bassett

Potential GOP Presidential Contenders: Defund Planned Parenthood

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Laura Bassett   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Haley Barbour, Michele Bachmann, Mike Huckabee, Mike Pence, Planned Parenthood, Tim Pawlenty, Elections 2012, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Sarah Palin WASHINGTON -- Republican presidential hopefuls Gov. Haley Barbour (Miss.), former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, 2008 VP candidate Sarah Palin, Rep. Ron Paul (Tex.) and former...

Steve Phillips: 'Thank God For Steroids'

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Steve Phillips, Steve Phillips Steroids, Steve Phillips Thanks God For Steroids, Baseball, Mlb, Steroids, Steroids In Sports Steve Phillips, former New York Mets general manager and ex-ESPN analyst weighed in on the steroid era in Major League Baseball on his Sirius XM...

UK Universities Minister: Feminism 'Single Biggest' Reason For Lack Of Jobs

guardian.co.uk   |  Hélène Mulholland   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: British MP, David Willetts, Job Market, Minister Of Parliament, Conservative, Feminism, Feminist Revolution, Housewives, Recession, Social Mobility, Unemployment Crisis The universities minister David Willetts has been criticised after making comments that appear to blame educated working women for the lack of jobs available to...

Moreno Valley Gang Rape: Judge To Consider Trying Teens As Adults

AP   |  By GILLIAN FLACCUS   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Gang Rape, Juvenile Court, Los Angeles Violent Crime, Moreno Valley, Moreno Valley Gang Rape, Victoriano-Park RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A juvenile court judge deciding if four teenage boys should be tried as adults in the gang rape of an 11-year-old girl...

Salvation Army Sues Bank For Risky Lehman Brothers, AIG Investments

New York Times   |  Stephanie Strom   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Bank Of New York Mellon, Lehman Brothers, Salvation Army, Aig, Charity, Cit Group The southern division of the Salvation Army filed suit against the Bank of New York Mellon on Friday for almost $22 million, contending that the...

American Apparel Might Really Go Bankrupt This Time

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: American Apparel, American Apparel Bankrupt, American Apparel Bankruptcy, Fashion American Apparel is in some serious trouble -- and that's aside from the various sexual harassment lawsuits filed against CEO Dov Charney. Women's Wear Daily...

Kathy Griffin In A Bikini, With Younger Man (PHOTOS)

Celebuzz   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Celebrity Skin, Kathy Griffin, Kathy Griffin Dating, Kathy Griffin Bikini Kathy Griffin seems to have found a play thing while on vacation in Palm Beach! The comedian was spotted holding hands with a much younger, hunky man... Michael McAuliff

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Peter King Gets Severed Pig's Foot Mailed To Office

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Michael McAuliff   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Islamic Radicalism, Muslim Americans, Pete King, Peter King, Pig's Foot, US Capitol Police, Pete King Pig's Foot, Peter King Muslims, Peter King Pig's Foot, Pigs, Rep. Keith Ellison, Threats WASHINGTON -- Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) learned Monday that someone had mailed him a bloody, severed pig's foot, a person close to the Congressman said....

'Family Guy' Comic Book Series Launching In July

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Family Guy, Family Guy Comic Book, Seth MacFarlane, Comic Books, Family Guy Seth Macfarlane, Television, Tv Giggity giggity: the Griffins are coming to a comic shop near you. Titan Comics announced on Monday that they will begin producing a new "Family... Sam Stein

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Eric Holder Lashes Out At Congress Over Decision To Try KSM In Military Tribunal

HuffingtonPost.com   |  Sam Stein   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: 9/11, 9/11 Trial, Eric Holder, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Eric Holder, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Military Tribunal, Eric Holder Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Trial, Eric Holder Congress, Eric Holder Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Eric Holder Ksm, Eric Holder Ksm Trial, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Trial, Ksm WASHINGTON -- After announcing it would try 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four alleged conspirators by military commission rather than in a civilian trial,...

Can Breast Milk Predict Cancer?

TIME   |  By Alice Park   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Breast Milk Cancer Predicts, Breast Milk Cancer Risk, Breast Milk Cancer Risks, Breast Milk Predicts Cancer Risk, Cancer, Cancer Risks Breast Cancer Breast milk, she reasoned, contains millions of cells shed by various parts of the breast and therefore would serve as a better representative of any...

Anna Dello Russo's Tips For Met Gala Attendees: Haute Couture, No iPhone Pics

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Read More: Anna Dello Russo Met Gala, Anna Dello Russo Style, Costume Institute Gala, Anna Dello Russo, Fashion, Met Gala The one, the only Anna Dello Russo will be attending this year's Costume Institute Gala at N.Y.C.'s Metropolitan Museum of Arts for the very first...

Public Schools Recruit Tuition-Paying International Students To Boost Revenue

AP   |  CLARKE CANFIELD   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Budget Cuts, Chinese Students, Education Budget Cuts, International Students, Public School Tuition, School Budget Cuts, School Budgets, Stearns High School MILLINOCKET, Maine — Northern Maine is 7,000 miles and a world away from China, but that's not stopping a school superintendent from recruiting Chinese students...

Butler vs. UConn Preview: Why The Bulldogs Will Take Home The Title

The Huffington Post   |  Jordan Schultz   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: 2011 NCAA Tournament, 2011 March Madness, March Madness, NCAA Tournament 2011, The Schultz Report, Butler Uconn, March Madness 2011, Ncaa Tourament, Uconn, Uconn Butler Looking at tonight's national title game on paper, all signs point to an abundance of Connecticut advantages. The Huskies for one are superior athletically, at...

Nashville Tornado: Violent Storms Pass Through Middle Tennessee

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Read More: Nashville Tornado, Nashville Weather, Nashville, Nashville-Tennessee, News Channel 5, Tennessee, Tornado Nashville At least two tornadoes and one funnel cloud have passed through the Nashville area, according to reports received by the National Weather Service. The Tennessean...

Tips For A Two-Week Vacation In Brazil, From Seth Kugel

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Read More: Marlo Thomas, Seth Kugel, The Frugal Traveler, Brazil, Travel, Video The New York Times' Frugal Traveler, Seth Kugel, a part-time resident of Sao Paulo, doles out tips for an ideal retreat in Brazil. if(typeof...

Jumboleaks: WikiLeaks For Tufts

Tufts Daily   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Jumboleaks, Tufts Daily, The Northeast, Tufts, Tufts Wikileaks, Wikileaks A group of current and former Tufts students identifying themselves as "Jumboleaks" on Saturday posted online an outdated list of university financial holdings, citing financial...

John Adler Dead: Former New Jersey Congressman Dies At 51

  |   June 4, 2011

Read More: John Adler Dead, John Adler Death, John Adler Dies, John Adler Funeral, John Adler Passes, John Adler Passes Away, Congressman Dies, Democratic Congressman Dead, Democratic Congressman Dies, John Adler, New Jersey Congressman Dies Former U.S. Congressman John Adler passed away on Monday at the age of 51, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. A Democrat from New Jersey, Adler served...

Xtreme Desserts Opens In Studio City

The Huffington Post   |  Nicole Larson   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: LA Desserts, LA Restaurants, Studio City Desserts, Xtreme Desserts, Slidepollajax It's time for LA to experience a new dessert craze: the cookie sandwich. Xtreme Desserts opened just a few weeks ago in Studio City, bringing...

'The Best And The Brightest' Trailer: Neil Patrick Harris In Dirty New Comedy (VIDEO)

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Read More: Neil Patrick Harris, Neil Patrick Harris The Best And Brightest, Movie Trailers, Movies, Nph, The Best And The Brightest, Video Call him the ee cummings of dirty text messages. Or, the plagiarist of the ee cummings of dirty text messages. Neil Patrick Harris stars in...

Jon Hamm Looks Different When Not Filming 'Mad Men' (PHOTOS)

ew.com   |   June 4, 2011

Read More: Jon Hamm Beard, Mad Men, Jon Hamm This, to the left, is Jon Hamm on Mad Men. And this, to the right, is Jon Hamm on vacation from Mad Men.* Any questions?...

4 European Countries Offer Bargains This Summer

AP   |  By THOMAS WAGNER   |   April 4, 2011

Read More: Cheap Travel, Europe Travel, Travel Deals, Cheap Flights Europe, Cheap Flights Europe 2011, Cheap-Flights, Europe LONDON -- Airfares have repeatedly risen this year, the dollar has struggled against the euro, and Europe's economic crisis is still rattling financial markets. Americans...

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