Barclays CEO Quits, U.K. Officials Tied to Scandal :: An interest-rate manipulation scandal reached the upper echelons of British banking and government, as the chief executive of Barclays PLC resigned and the bank released documents that threaten to drag U.K. officials into the affair.
6ft 5in girl sues doctors over unchecked growth which has ruined her plans to ... - Daily Mail :: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2168610/6ft-5in-girl-sues-doctors-unchecked-growth-ruined-plans-actress.html?ito%3Dfeeds-newsxml
Pakistan to Reopen Supply Routes :: Hillary Clinton told Pakistan the U.S. is sorry for Pakistan's loss of life in a November incident that killed two dozen Pakistani troops and said Pakistan had agreed to reopen supply lines for NATO troops in Afghanistan.
Nearer to Clue to Universe :: U.S. scientists released fresh data bolstering the case for the existence of the Higgs boson, a long sought-after particle crucial to scientists' current understanding of how the universe is built.
Dr. Drew Received Glaxo Payments :: Dr. Drew Pinsky, a radio personality who praised a Glaxo drug on air in 1999, received payments from the company.
Obama's Iran Loopholes :: All 20 of Iran's major trading partners have sanction exemptions.
Teeth Thief Hits Composers' Graves :: http://feeds.abcnews.com/click.phdo?i.e5e941de1761093ed7ff3e0cfa4c38
Fleming: What Life Was Like in 1776 :: Americans had the highest per capita income in the civilized world, paid the lowest taxes—and were determined to keep it that way.
Keith Hennessey: A Strategy to Undo ObamaCare :: To push through key parts of the Affordable Care Act, Democrats used the 'reconciliation' process. A Republican president, House and Senate can use reconciliation to repeal them.
Taking Your Calcium Pill? It May Be Too Much :: Americans spend more than $1 billion a year on calcium supplements. Yet recent studies link calcium supplements to a higher risk of heart attacks and kidney stones.
Police Raid Sarkozy's Home, Offices :: French police raided the home and offices of former President Nicolas Sarkozy as part of a campaign-financing probe involving the heiress to the L'Oréal cosmetics empire, Liliane Bettencourt.
He Texts, She Tweets--- Are They E-Compatible? :: It's a growing, yet unspoken problem in many relationships these days: We've become communicatively incompatible. There are too many ways to converse, each of us has a favored method, and no one wants to compromise.
CEO of Poker Site Full Tilt Is Arrested :: The chief executive of Full Tilt Poker, the one-time Web poker giant, was arrested Monday as the government unveiled new criminal charges against him related to an alleged Ponzi scheme.
Iran Tests Missiles After EU Oil Move :: Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps launched several days of drilling to test missiles capable of hitting targets as far away as Israel, one day after the European Union put into effect its planned embargo against Iranian oil.
Glaxo in $3 Billion Settlement :: GlaxoSmithKline agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges of illegally marketing drugs and keeping safety data from U.S. regulators, and to pay $3 billion to the government.
Dubai's New Boom Is Hotel Rooms :: Tourists are flocking to the glamorous emirate in the Persian Gulf, with hotel developers and investors close behind.
Landing Looms for Mars Probe :: NASA's new $2.5 billion rover, due to touch down early next month, will be the first to drill for signs the Red Planet was once habitable.
On the Fourth of July, a Golf Day Off :: Jason Gay plays a round with a World War II veteran.
A Vast New Taxing Power :: The Chief Justice's ObamaCare ruling is far from the check on Congress of right-left myth.
Banks Get Pressed on Beirut :: Major Wall Street and European financial firms are coming under pressure to dump their holdings in Lebanese securities from activists who charge that Iran, Syria and the Lebanon-based militant group Hezbollah are using Beirut's banking system to launder money and evade international sanctions.
McGurn: Chief Justice Roberts Taxes Credibility :: Did the umpire change his call because of the crowd?
A Black Mark on Your Job Search :: Joann Lublin looks at the little-known but apparently widespread practice of blacklisting undesirable job applicants—sometimes, forever.
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The 10 Greatest Books of All Time :: What are they? A new book tries to settle it once and for all.
John Yoo: Chief Justice Roberts and His Apologists :: Some conservatives see a silver lining in the ObamaCare ruling. But it's exactly the big-government disaster it appears to be.
About Tom :: What makes Tom tick? A behind-the-scenes look at the life of a mega-star
Elizabeth Smart, 10 Years On: Teaching Kids to Fight Back :: In hindsight, the victim of an infamous kidnapping believes that being taught to resist and fight her abductor might have made an important difference
The Upside Of Being An Introvert (And Why Extroverts Are Overrated) :: The Upside Of Being An Introvert (And Why Extroverts Are Overrated)
She Wished Upon A Star :: She Wished Upon A Star
Get Ready for the New Investment Tax :: The Supreme Court's health-care ruling means the 3.8% surtax on investment income is for real. We answer your questions.