TopNews-30Jan2012

  • Stocks, Euro Decline on Greece Debt Concern – Bloomberg
    BloombergStocks, Euro Decline on Greece Debt ConcernBloombergEnlarge image Stocks, Euro Decline on Greece Debt Concern Stocks, Euro Decline on Greece Debt Concern Ralph Orlowski/Bloomberg A financial trader speaks on a telephone as he works at his computer screens at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Frankfurt.European Pact Won’t Be Panacea or PoisonWall […]
  • Occupy Oakland diverted police from calls, officials say – Los Angeles Times
    USA TODAYOccupy Oakland diverted police from calls, officials sayLos Angeles TimesOakland officials said the massive Occupy Oakland demonstration on Saturday diverted police resources from calls elsewhere in the city, stymieing the Police Department’s crime-fighting efforts. An estimated 400 demonstrators were arrested during the …Oakland workers back […]
  • Romney and Gingrich attacks get personal ahead of Florida vote – CBS News
    ABC NewsRomney and Gingrich attacks get personal ahead of Florida voteCBS NewsMIAMI — Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are getting down and dirty in the Sunshine state. With 50 delegates at stake in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, the two men are in a heated, and increasingly personal, battle to seize momentum …Mitt Romney win in Fla. co […]
  • US citizens seek refuge at Cairo embassy – BBC News
    BBC NewsUS citizens seek refuge at Cairo embassyBBC NewsSeveral US citizens barred from leaving Egypt are sheltering at the US embassy in Cairo, the state department says. Ten foreigners, including six US nationals were stopped from leaving Egypt. Among them is Sam LaHood, son of US Transport Secretary Ray …State Dept: Americans Take Refuge at Cairo Embass […]
  • Fla. highway open after chain crashes kill 10 – The Associated Press
    The Associated PressFla. highway open after chain crashes kill 10The Associated PressGAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Fog and brushfire smoke cleared enough Monday to reopen all lanes of a Florida interstate where 10 people died in a mass pileup that tossed wreckage across the asphalt and left rescuers to search for survivors in the dark by …Cause of deadly Florid […]
  • Occupy DC protesters wait as noon deadline passes – USA TODAY
    USA TODAY By Oren Dorell and Marisol Bello, USA TODAY WASHINGTON – As a noon deadline passed to remove camping equipment from two Occupy Wall Street sites in Washington, DC, Barry Knight kept a watchful eye on two Park Police officers inspecting tents at Freedom …Protesters vow to stand their ground […]
  • Santorum abandons Florida campaign and looks west – The Guardian
    The GuardianSantorum abandons Florida campaign and looks westThe GuardianRick Santorum has abandoned the Florida primary campaign after recognising he is going to lose badly, and plans to concentrate on upcoming states with caucuses where he believes he has a better chance of winning. Santorum planned to return on Monday …Rick Santorum’s Daughter […]
  • Jury selection begins for Los Angeles police detective charged with shooting … – Washington Post
    Los Angeles TimesJury selection begins for Los Angeles police detective charged with shooting …Washington PostLOS ANGELES — A veteran Los Angeles police detective charged with a decades-old murder faces prospective jurors Monday. Stephanie Lazarus will be in the courtroom as questionnaires are handed to potential jurors. Opening statements in her trial cou […]
  • Fighting Escalates in Syria as Opposition Rejects Russian Plan – New York Times
    Globe and MailFighting Escalates in Syria as Opposition Rejects Russian PlanNew York TimesBEIRUT, Lebanon — Syria rebel fighters continued clashing with government forces in neighborhoods on the doorstep of Damascus on Monday in an escalation of the spreading war there, while a new diplomatic effort by Russia to broker mediation talks …Syrian Troops Push B […]
  • Obama uses tax proposals for his political message – San Francisco Chronicle
    The Associated PressObama uses tax proposals for his political message San Francisco Chronicle By ALAN FRAM, AP Aiming tax increases at millionaires and companies that ship jobs abroad may help frame the fairness theme of President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, but it’s a plan that stands virtually no chance of passing Congress.Democrats prime […]
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