Jun 30, 2011

News Alert: Rhode Island Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Civil Unions for Gays

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Rhode Island Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Civil Unions for Gays

Less than a week after same-sex marriage was legalized in New York, the Rhode Island State Senate approved on Wednesday evening a bill allowing not marriage, but civil unions for gay couples, despite fierce opposition from gay-rights advocates who called the legislation discriminatory.

The bill, which already passed in the state's House of Representatives and which the governor said he will likely sign, would grant gay and lesbian couples most of the rights and benefits that Rhode Island provides married couples. It was offered as a compromise this spring after Gordon D. Fox, the openly gay speaker of the Democratic-controlled House, said he could not muster enough votes to pass a same-sex marriage bill.

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News Alert: Despite Fears, Owning Home Retains Allure, Poll Shows

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Wednesday, June 29, 2011 -- 6:40 PM EDT
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Despite Fears, Owning Home Retains Allure, Poll Shows

Owning a house remains central to Americans' sense of well-being, even as many doubt their home is a good investment in after a punishing recession.

Nearly nine in 10 Americans say homeownership is an important part of the American dream, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll. And they are keen on making sure it stays that way, for themselves and everyone else.

Support for helping people in financial distress over housing is higher than support for helping those without a job for many months.

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Jun 29, 2011

News Alert: Greek Parliament Votes in Favor of Austerity Plan, Staving Off Risk of Default

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Greek Parliament Votes in Favor of Austerity Plan, Staving Off Risk of Default

Greece's Parliament on Wednesday voted in favor of an austerity plan demanded by the country's foreign lenders before they would provide it with a financial rescue package and avert a debt crisis that could have shaken its European neighbors and economies throughout the world.

The austerity steps, which include wage cuts, tax increases and privatizations in a recession-starved country, were required to unlock the next installment of aid that the country needs to avoid default on its debts.

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News Alert: White House Announces Deal With Congress to Extend Trade Agreements

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White House Announces Deal With Congress to Extend Trade Agreements

The White House said Tuesday that it had reached a deal with Congress to allow free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama to move forward after months of delay.

The deal includes funding through 2013 for a program that provides benefits, including cash payments, to workers whose jobs are shipped overseas. The administration had refused to submit the agreements to Congress until Republicans agreed to extend the program, known as trade adjustment assistance.

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News Alert: Suicide Bombers Attack Hotel in Kabul

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011 -- 3:17 PM EDT
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Suicide Bombers Attack Hotel in Kabul

The police said that suicide bombers had attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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News Alert: France’s Lagarde Named New Head of I.M.F.

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France's Lagarde Named New Head of I.M.F.

Christine Lagarde was selected Tuesday as the new managing director of the International Monetary Fund, taking on one of the most powerful positions in global finance as a worsening debt crisis in Greece rattles financial markets worldwide.

Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner had announced earlier Tuesday that the United States would back Ms. Lagarde, France's influential finance minister, over the Mexican central bank governor, Agustín Carstens, her only competitor for the job, a move that all but sealed her victory.

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Jun 28, 2011

News Alert: Jury Convicts Ex-Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich of Trying to Sell or Trade Obama’s Old Senate Seat

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Jury Convicts Ex-Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich of Trying to Sell or Trade Obama's Old Senate Seat

A jury in Chicago on Monday convicted the former governor of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich, of nearly all the corruption charges against him, including trying to sell or trade the Senate seat once held by President Barack Obama.

Jurors delivered their verdicts Monday after deliberating nine days.

Mr. Blagojevich had faced 20 charges, including the Senate seat accusation and that he schemed to shake down executives for campaign donations.

He testified for seven days, denying wrongdoing. Prosecutors said he lied and the proof was on F.B.I. wiretaps.

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Jun 27, 2011

News Alert: Blagojevic Jurors Have Reached Partial Verdict

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Monday, June 27, 2011 -- 12:18 PM EDT
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Jurors in Blagojevich Corruption Trial Say They Have Agreed on 18 of 20 Counts

The jurors in the trial of the former governor of Illinois, Rod R. Blagojevich, told a federal judge that they have reached agreement on 18 of 20 criminal counts against Mr. Blagojevich, but were deadlocked on two others. The verdict is expected to be announced on Monday afternoon.

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Jun 25, 2011

News Alert: Gay Marriage Approved by New York Senate

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Friday, June 24, 2011 -- 10:31 PM EDT
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Gay Marriage Approved by New York Senate

Lawmakers voted late Friday to legalize same-sex marriage, making New York the largest state where gay and lesbian couples can wed, and giving the national gay-rights movement new momentum from the state where it was born.


The same-sex marriage bill was approved on a 33 to 29 vote. The Senate galleries were so packed with supporters and opponents that the fire marshals closed them off.


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News Alert: Gay Marriage Gains Critical Vote in New York State Senate; Passage Appears Assured

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Gay Marriage Gains Critical Vote in New York State Senate; Passage Appears Assured

State Senator Stephen M. Saland, who had been publicly undecided, said Friday that he would vote for gay marriage, giving the bill the support of 32 state senators, enough for passage.

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News Alert: House Spurns Obama on Libya but Does Not Cut Funds

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Friday, June 24, 2011 -- 2:51 PM EDT
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House Spurns Obama on Libya but Does Not Cut Funds

The House of Representatives dealt a symbolic blow to President Obama on Friday by resoundingly failing to approve a bill authorizing the contentious military operations in Libya. But the House stopped short of a total desertion of a war-time president by also rejecting a measure to limit financing to support the military operations.

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News Alert: Peter Falk, TV’s Detective Columbo, Has Died

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Friday, June 24, 2011 -- 2:20 PM EDT
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Peter Falk, TV's Detective Columbo, Has Died

Peter Falk, the stage and movie actor who became identified as the squinty, rumpled detective in "Columbo," which spanned 30 years in prime-time television, has died, a family friend told the Associated Press.

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Jun 24, 2011

News Alert: Seized Cellphone Suggests Bin Laden Link to Pakistani Intelligence

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Seized Cellphone Suggests Bin Laden Link to Pakistani Intelligence

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The cellphone of Osama bin Laden's trusted courier, which was recovered in the raid that killed both men in Pakistan last month, contained contacts to a militant group that is a longtime asset of Pakistan's intelligence agency, senior American officials who have been briefed on the findings say.


The discovery indicates that Bin Laden used the group, Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen, as part of his support network inside the country, the officials and others said. But it also raised tantalizing questions about whether the group and others like it helped shelter and support Bin Laden on behalf of Pakistan's spy agency, given that it had mentored Harakat and allowed it to operate in Pakistan for at least 20 years, the officials and analysts said.


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News Alert: N.J. Legislature Approves Deep Cuts in Benefits to Public Workers

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New Jersey Legislature Approves Deep Cuts in Benefits to Public Workers

New Jersey lawmakers on Thursday approved a broad rollback in benefits for three-quarters of a million government workers and retirees, the deepest cut in state and local costs in memory, in a major victory for Gov. Chris Christie and a once-unthinkable setback for the powerful public employee unions.


The Assembly passed the bill as Republicans and a few Democrats defied raucous protests by thousands of people whose chants, vowing electoral revenge, shook the State House. Leaders in the State Senate said their chamber, which had already passed a slightly different version of the bill, would approve the Assembly version on Monday, and Mr. Christie, a Republican, was expected to quickly sign the measure into law.


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Jun 23, 2011

News Alert: Quicker Pace of Withdrawal Seen in Obama Afghan Policy

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011 -- 3:36 PM EDT
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Quicker Pace of Withdrawal Seen in Obama Afghan Policy

President Obama plans to announce Wednesday evening that he will order the withdrawal of 10,000 American troops from Afghanistan this year, and another 20,000 troops, the remainder of the 2009 "surge," by the end of next summer, according to administration officials and diplomats briefed on the decision.

These troop reductions are both deeper and faster than the recommendations made by Mr. Obama's military commanders, and they reflect mounting political and economic pressures at home, as the president faces relentless budget pressures and an increasingly restive Congress and American public.

Mr. Obama's decision is a victory for Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who has long argued for curtailing the American military engagement in Afghanistan. But it is a setback for his top commander in Afghanistan, Gen. David H. Petraeus, who helped write the Army's field book on counterinsurgency policy, and who is returning to Washington to head the Central Intelligence Agency.

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News Alert: Fed to End Stimulus Measures as Planned

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Fed to End Stimulus Measures as Planned

The nation's central bank said Wednesday that it would complete the planned purchase of $600 billion in Treasury securities next week as scheduled, and then suspend its three-year-old economic rescue campaign, leaving in place the aid it already is providing but doing nothing more, for now, to boost growth.

"The economic recovery is continuing at a moderate pace, though somewhat more slowly than the committee had expected," the Fed said in a statement. "The committee expects the pace of recovery to pick up over coming quarters and the unemployment rate to resume its gradual decline."

The Fed's policy board, the Federal Open Market Committee, voted unanimously to maintain its two-year-old commitment to hold a benchmark interest rate near zero "for an extended period."

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Jun 22, 2011

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CR7: We will knock Barca Return to Earth

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Madrid - Real Madrid suffered a defeat to Barcelona in the last three years. For next season Cristiano Ronaldo is confident Real Madrid will be increasingly tough, and could even drop the Barcelona back to earth.

"We will be much stronger in the new season and I am sure we have the strength to defeat them. We will drop the Barcelona back to earth," said Ronaldo as reported ESPNStar.

Spanish League Club Will Control Spending

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Madrid - Spanish League to be one of the competition with a high level of popularity. But as soon as financially clubs in the State Matador is not good. Authority of the Spanish league club plans to control spending.

In recent years, increasing the prestige of La Liga. World-class players took part in the competitions highest caste in Espana.

Messi Can Translucent 68 Match in this Season

Barcelona - Lionel Messi record most games in a season is 64 games. This year the world's best players can sharpen the note if it could be a champion of the Copa America 2011.

Throughout the 2010/11 season Messi has to undergo these 62 matches. Of these 55 of which are in the game with Barcelona, while seven others in the Argentina national team uniform.

The number 62 is just closed to within two games of the total matches the highest ever lived Messi in a season. Messi was recorded in the period 2009/10 through 64 matches, 53 for the Catalans and the other 11 together Albiceleste.

With the Copa America to be held in early July, it means that Messi will have a chance to sharpen his record for most number of games in a season. Messi even just need a bet on the three group stage matches to be able to break the record.

Messi could even memcatatkan 68 games during the 2010/11 season. That would be achieved of course if it could lead Argentina to the final round and he continued to play throughout the game. Thus quoted from the official website of Barcelona.

News Alert: Greek Government Survives Critical Confidence Vote

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011 -- 6:06 PM EDT
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Greek Government Survives Confidence Vote

Parliament passed a confidence vote on Prime Minister George Papandreou's new cabinet, formed last week to push through a fresh package of austerity measures required to receive international financing to stave off default.

The passage averts early elections and a stalled government at a critical moment. Now, Mr. Papandreou must face an even bigger challenge next week, when Parliament votes on the new slate of measures, including tax hikes, wage cuts and state privatization, that are required by the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund before it releases the next segment of aid that Greece needs to meet expenses through the summer.

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Jun 21, 2011

News Alert: Huntsman Announces Run for President

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Huntsman Announces Run for President

Former Gov. Jon M. Huntsman Jr. of Utah officially announced he was running for president on Tuesday, telling an audience of supporters and reporters gathered at a park facing the Statue of Liberty that he would be a better leader than President Obama, for whom he served as an ambassador to China until May.

"He and I have a difference of opinion on how to help the country we both love," Mr. Huntsman said of Mr. Obama. "But the question each of us wants the voters to answer is who will be the better president; not who's the better American."

Under cloud cover that turned the Hudson River behind a steely grey, Mr. Huntsman vowed to provide "leadership that knows we need more than hope," and "leadership that doesn't promise Washington has all the solutions to our problems."

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Jun 20, 2011

News Alert: Supreme Court Blocks Class-Action Suit Against Wal-Mart

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Supreme Court Blocks Sex Discrimination Class-Action Suit Against Wal-Mart

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that a huge class-action lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores alleging sex discrimination cannot proceed, reversing a decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. The lawsuit could have involved up to 1.6 million current and former Wal-Mart employees and billions of dollars in damages.

The plaintiffs can still pursue their suit on their own, but not as a class action, the court ruled, meaning that much less money would be at stake. The court said the proposed class would be too unwieldy and diverse and that there were other problems with the way the case was filed.

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McIlroy Wins U.S. Open

Finishing off his wire-to-wire victory, Rory McIlroy hit shot after shot that capped his historically impressive victory at the U.S. Open, finishing with a score of 16 under par. He began the final round on Sunday with an eight-stroke lead, which no one threatened.

It was the first major championship for McIlroy, an engaging 22-year-old from Northern Ireland.

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Jun 19, 2011

Montella leave Rome

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The new coach brought a new one from Catania Roma, Vincenzo Montella, feel happy to handle Rossazzurri and do not regret having to leave the Italian capital's club.

L'Aeroplanino previous manager was promoted from the youth academy to the senior team when Claudio Ranieri's back. Montella also managed to bring the i Lupi into the Europa League qualifiers next season after finishing sixth in the 2010/2011 season of Serie A.

Sevilla coach is Marcelino

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Marcelino Garcia Toral management official designated to become the coach of Sevilla Frederic Kanoute et al. new.
Marcelino own designation directly undertaken by the current president of Sevilla, Jose Maria del Nido. According to Del Nido, Marcelino is the right person to replace Gregorio Manzano, whose contract was not renewed by the management Sevilla at the end of last season.

Commitment Kanoute to Stay in Sevilla

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Frederic Kanoute future is clear. Stay in Sevilla, struggling for the purpose of the next season.

Early last June, the future of the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Kanoute, Sevilla cage erratic. The reason, speculation arose that the news that 33-year-old player will soon leave. Qatari club Al Sadd is touted as the next port.

News Alert: Qaeda Woes Fuel Talk of Speeding Afghan Pullback

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Qaeda Woes Fuel Talk of Speeding Afghan Pullback

As the Obama administration nears a decision on how rapidly to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, high-ranking officials say that Al Qaeda's original network in the region has been crippled, providing a rationale for an accelerated reduction of troops.

The officials said drone strikes and other covert operations in Pakistan — most dramatically the commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden — had left Al Qaeda paralyzed.

The account of success in the counterterrorism campaign, laid out by the officials on the condition that they not be identified, appeared to be an effort by the White House to advance an argument for a steeper pace of withdrawal from Afghanistan than the Pentagon has advocated.

The focus on progress against Al Qaeda runs counter to arguments made by Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and other military officials that the initial drawdown of troops should be modest, and that combat pressure should be maintained as long as possible.

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News Alert: Clarence Thomas’s Friendship With Magnate Puts Focus on Ethics

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Saturday, June 18, 2011 -- 3:16 PM EDT
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Clarence Thomas's Friendship With Magnate Puts Focus on Ethics

A multimillion-dollar project to preserve a seafood cannery in Pin Point, Ga., highlights an unusual, and ethically sensitive, friendship between the Supreme Court justice, Clarence Thomas, and Harlan Crow, a Dallas real estate magnate and a major contributor to conservative causes.
Since the two men met, Mr. Crow has done many favors for the justice and his wife, Virginia. In several instances, reports of Mr. Crow's largess has provoked controversy and questions, adding fuel to a debate about Supreme Court ethics. But Mr. Crow's financing of the cannery museum, his largest and previously unreported act of generosity, raises the sharpest questions yet — both about Justice Thomas's extrajudicial activities and about the extent to which the justices should remain exempt from the code of conduct.
Although the Supreme Court is not bound by the code, justices have said they adhere to it. Justice Thomas, through a spokeswoman, declined to comment. Mr. Crow also would not comment.

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Jun 18, 2011

News Alert: Hospitals Performed Needless Double CT Scans, Records Show

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Hospitals Performed Needless Double CT Scans, Records Show

Long after questions were first raised about the overuse of powerful CT scans, hundreds of hospitals across the country needlessly exposed patients to radiation by scanning their chests twice on the same day, according to federal records and interviews with researchers.

Performing two scans in succession is rarely necessary, radiologists say, yet some hospitals were doing that more than 80 percent of the time for their Medicare chest patients, according to Medicare outpatient claims from 2008, the most recent year available. The rate is typically less than 1 percent, or in some cases zero, at major university teaching hospitals.

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News Alert: Obama Overruled 2 Top Lawyers on War Power in Libya

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Obama Overruled 2 Top Lawyers on War Power in Libya

President Obama rejected the views of top lawyers at the Pentagon and the Justice Department when he decided that he had the legal authority to continue American military participation in the air war in Libya without Congressional authorization, according to officials familiar with internal administration deliberations.

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Jun 16, 2011

News Alert: Weiner Tells Friends He Is Stepping Down

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Representative Anthony D. Weiner Tells Friends He Is Stepping Down

Representative Anthony D. Weiner has told friends he plans to resign his seat after coming under increasing pressure from Democratic colleagues in the House as a result of his salacious online communications with several women.

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News Alert: Boston Bruins Win Stanley Cup

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Boston Bruins Win Stanley Cup With 4-0 Win Over Vancouver Canucks

The Cup is coming back to Boston.


With opportune scoring and record-setting goaltending, the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup with a 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the National Hockey League finals.


Patrice Bergeron scored two goals and Brad Marchand added another for Boston, who was outshot 37-21. But goalie Tim Thomas, who stopped more shots this postseason than any goalie in history, turned away every shot he saw.


It is Boston's first Stanley Cup since 1972, when Bruins legends Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito roamed the old Boston Garden. Now Bergeron, Marchand, Thomas and captain Zdeno Chara will take their place among those Bruins legends.


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News Alert: Pakistan’s Chief Of Army Is Fighting to Keep His Job

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Pakistan's Chief Of Army Is Fighting to Keep His Job in Wake of Bin Laden Raid

Pakistan's army chief, the most powerful man in the country, is fighting to save his position in the face of seething anger from top generals and junior officers since the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden, according to Pakistani officials and people who have met the chief in recent weeks.

Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, who has led the army since 2007, faces such intense discontent over what is seen as his cozy relationship with the United States that a colonels' coup, while unlikely, was not out of the question, said a well-informed Pakistani who has seen the general in recent weeks, as well as an American military official involved with Pakistan for many years.

The Pakistani Army is essentially run by consensus among 11 top commanders, known as the Corps Commanders, and almost all of them, if not all, were demanding that General Kayani get much tougher with the Americans, even edging toward a break, Pakistanis who follow the army closely said.

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Jun 15, 2011

News Alert: Pakistan Arrests C.I.A. Informants Who Aided Bin Laden Raid

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Pakistan Arrests C.I.A. Informants Who Aided Bin Laden Raid

Pakistan's top military spy agency has arrested some of the Pakistani informants who fed information to the Central Intelligence Agency in the months leading up to the raid that led to the death of Osama bin Laden, according to American officials.

Pakistan's detention of five C.I.A. informants, including a Pakistani Army major who officials said copied the license plates of cars visiting Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in the weeks before the raid, is the latest evidence of the fractured relationship between the United States and Pakistan. It comes at a time when the Obama administration is seeking Pakistan's support in brokering an endgame in the war in neighboring Afghanistan.

The fate of the C.I.A. informants arrested in Pakistan is unclear, but American officials said that the C.I.A. director, Leon E. Panetta, raised the issue when he travelled to Islamabad last week to meet with Pakistani military and intelligence officers.


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Jun 14, 2011

News Alert: Bachmann Announces Candidacy for President

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Bachmann Announces Candidacy for President

Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota interrupted her answer to a question at a Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire to announce that she had filed papers on Monday to formally declare her candidacy for the Republican nomination for president.

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Jun 13, 2011

News Alert: Dallas Mavericks Beat Miami Heat 105-95 in Game 6 to Win N.B.A. Finals

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Dallas Mavericks Beat Miami Heat 105-95 in Game 6 to Win N.B.A. Finals

The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Miami Heat to win the N.B.A. championship, capping a finals that had its fair share of excitement and controversy.

As their star Dirk Nowitzki struggled throughout the game, guard Jason Terry put the Mavericks on his back, finishing with 27 points.

It was the first championship in franchise history for the Mavericks, who had previously lost to the Miami Heat in the 2006 N.B.A. finals.

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Jun 12, 2011

News Alert: Ruler on Ice Wins the Belmont Stakes

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Ruler on Ice Wins the Belmont Stakes

On a muddy track at Belmont Park, Ruler on Ice passed Shackleford near the end of the race to win the 143rd running of the Belmont Stakes.

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News Alert: Anthony Weiner to Enter Treatment Center and Seek Leave From House

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Anthony Weiner to Enter Treatment Center and Seek Leave From House

Representative Anthony D. Weiner planned to check himself into a treatment center on Saturday after House Democratic leaders, including Nancy Pelosi, called on him to resign and suggested he needed psychiatric counseling.

A spokeswoman for Mr. Weiner said he would request a leave of absence from the House and seek treatment, but provided no further details.

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News Alert: Pelosi and Other Leaders Call On Weiner to Resign

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Pelosi and Other Leaders Call On Weiner to Resign

The move by the House Democratic leader underscored Democrats' growing concern about Representative Anthony D. Weiner's online exchanges with women.

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Jun 11, 2011

News Alert: Dow Closes Below 12,000 for the First Time Since March

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Dow Closes Below 12,000 for the First Time Since March

The Dow Jones industrial average closed under the 12,000-point mark on Friday for the first time since March 18. Analysts attributed the decline to a general sense that the global economy was slowing and to fresh reminders that European debt problems were entrenched.

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Jun 10, 2011

News Alert: Gingrich’s Senior Campaign Aides Resign

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Gingrich's Senior Campaign Aides Resign

Newt Gingrich's campaign manager and a half-dozen senior advisers resigned on Thursday, two aides said, dealing a significant setback to his bid to seek the Republican presidential nomination and severely complicating his plan to make a political comeback.

The campaign manager, Rob Johnson, along with advisers in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, joined together to step down after a period of deep internal disagreements about the direction of the campaign.

Mr. Gingrich, a former House speaker who has been fighting to regain his political footing after a rough campaign announcement last month, had been absent from the campaign trail for about two weeks on what aides had described as a pre-planned vacation. He made his first return to the campaign trail on Wednesday in New Hampshire, one day before the resignations were announced.

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Jun 9, 2011

News Alert: U.S. Is Intensifying a Secret Campaign of Yemen Airstrikes

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U.S. Is Intensifying a Secret Campaign of Yemen Airstrikes

The Obama administration has intensified the American covert war in Yemen, exploiting a growing power vacuum in the country to strike at militant suspects with armed drones and fighter jets, according to American officials.

The acceleration of the American campaign in recent weeks comes amid a violent conflict in Yemen that has left the government in Sana, a United States ally, struggling to cling to power. Yemeni troops that had been battling militants linked to Al Qaeda in the south have been pulled back to the capital, and American officials see the strikes as one of the few options to keep the militants from consolidating power.


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Jun 8, 2011

News Alert: Sheriff’s Office Has Not Found Bodies at Site of Reported Graves, Houston Chronicle Says

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Sheriff's Office Has Not Found Bodies at Site of Reported Graves, Houston Chronicle Says

Sheriff's officials in Texas searching a site that a tipster said held 25 to 30 bodies have found blood but no corpses at the site, The Houston Chronicle reported Tuesday afternoon. "At this time we have not recovered any bodies," Rex Evans, a spokesman for the Liberty County Sheriff's Office, told The Chronicle.

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News Alert: Up to 30 Dismembered Bodies Found Near Houston, Reuters Reports

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Up to 30 Dismembered Bodies Found Near Houston, Reuters Reports

Authorities in Texas said Tuesday that they had found up to 30 dismembered bodies, including children, buried at a house in a rural county east of Houston, local media reported.

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News Alert: NBC Wins TV Rights to Next Four Olympics

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NBC Wins Rights to 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020 Olympic Games

NBC extended its Olympic reign until 2020 as Comcast, its parent company, agreed Tuesday to acquire the rights to the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia; the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro; and the next two Olympics at unspecified cities.

It was NBC's first Olympic deal since 1988 without Dick Ebersol, the head of NBC Sports, who resigned last month after helping to engineer eight winning bids. The victory was a sign that Comcast saw the value of continuing the relationship with the Olympics, with its powerful impact in prime time.

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Jun 7, 2011

News Alert: Representative Anthony D. Weiner Acknowledges Communication With Women Online

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Representative Anthony D. Weiner Acknowledges Communication With Women Online

In a news conference, Representative Anthony D. Weiner said he had communicated with women online before and after his marriage, and sent them explicit photos. He said he would not resign.

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Jun 6, 2011

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News Alert: Rafael Nadal Defeats Roger Federer to Win His Sixth French Open Title

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Rafael Nadal Defeats Roger Federer, 7-5, 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-1, to Win His Sixth French Open Title

Top-ranked Rafael Nadal, the defending champion, won his record-tying sixth French Open singles title by defeating third-seeded Roger Federer on Sunday in Paris.

Nadal, 45-1 in his career at Roland Garros, became the second man to win six French Opens, tying Bjorn Borg.

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Jun 5, 2011

News Alert: Yemen’s President Is Taken to Saudi Arabia

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Yemen's President Is Taken to Saudi Arabia

President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen, injured in an attack on his compound in Sana on Friday, has arrived in Saudi Arabia for medical treatment, Saudi officials said Saturday.

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Jun 4, 2011

News Alert: Li Na of China Wins French Open Title

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Li Na of China Beats Francesca Schiavone of Italy 6-4, 7-6 to Win the French Open

Li Na became the first person from China to win a singles Grand Slam title after beating Francesca Schiavone of Italy 6-4, 7-6 at Roland Garros in Paris.

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News Alert: John Edwards Indicted in Campaign Fund Case

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John Edwards Is Indicted by a Federal Grand Jury in Campaign Funds Case

A federal grand jury in North Carolina indicted John Edwards, the former Democratic senator and presidential candidate, over allegations that he used campaign funds to conceal an extramarital affair during his 2008 campaign for the White House.

The six-count indictment follows a two-year federal investigation of Mr. Edwards's political career.

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News Alert: Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Advocate for Assisted Suicide, Is Dead

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Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Advocate for Assisted Suicide, Is Dead, His Lawyer Tells the A.P.

Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the central figure in the tumultuous national drama surrounding assisted suicide, died Friday in Royal Oak, Mich., his lawyer told the Associated Press. He was 83 and had been hospitalized with pneumonia and a recurring kidney condition.

Dr. Kevorkian, a medical pathologist who challenged social taboos about disease and dying, defied prosecutors and the courts to help terminally ill patients end their lives at times of their own choosing. He spent eight years in prison after being convicted of second-degree murder in the death of the last of the more than 100 patients whose suicides he assisted starting in 1990. His stubborn and often intemperate advocacy for the right of the terminally ill to choose how they die is widely credited with sparking a boom in hospice care in the United States, and with making physicians more sympathetic to their pain and more willing to prescribe medication to relieve it.

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News Alert: Pace of U.S. Hiring Slowed in May With 54,000 Jobs Added

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Pace of U.S. Hiring Slowed in May With 54,000 Jobs Added; Unemployment Rate Up to 9.1%

After several months of strong job growth, hiring slowed sharply in May, raising concerns once again about the underlying strength of the economic recovery, the Labor Department reported on Friday.

The United States added 54,000 nonfarm payroll jobs last month, following an increase of 232,000 jobs in April. The unemployment rate increased to 9.1 percent from 9.0 percent the previous month.

While any job gains at all are welcome, the pace of job growth thus far has been too slow to reverse much of the damage wrought by the Great Recession, which has left more than 13 million unemployed workers in its wake. For the last few months economists had been predicting that the economy was finally gathering steam and that a sharper bounce-back was imminent, only to be disappointed again and again.

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Jun 2, 2011

News Alert: Abramson to Replace Keller as The Times’s Executive Editor

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Abramson to Replace Keller as The Times's Executive Editor

The New York Times announced that Jill Abramson, a managing editor, will succeed Bill Keller, who is stepping down to become a full-time writer. Dean Baquet, the paper's Washington bureau chief, was named a managing editor.

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News Alert: Stocks Close Down More Than 2% on Bleak Economic Reports

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Stocks Close Down More Than 2% on Bleak Economic Reports

Stocks on Wall Street slumped more than 2 percent and Treasury yields fell sharply on Wednesday as new economic statistics sent a bleak picture of the employment and manufacturing sectors.

A monthly report from ADP Employer Services, the payroll processing firm, said that private employers added 38,000 jobs in May, the smallest increase since last September. And an index of manufacturing fell to a 19-month low.

At the close, the Dow Jones industrial average was off 279.65 points, or 2.2 percent, at 12,290.14. The broader Standard & Poor's 500-stock index showed a similar decline.

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