Saturday, January 12, 2013

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Three Questioned in Libor Probe :: The U.K. Serious Fraud Office has arrested three men as part of an investigation into the rigging of interest rates.

Americans Under 50 Fare Poorly on Health Measures, New Report Says :: Younger Americans die earlier and live in poorer health than their counterparts in 16 other developed countries, according to a new analysis of health and longevity in the United States.

FRANCE - INDONESIA: Indonesia's Lion Air to order over 200 Airbuses ::

Why Your Heartburn Drugs Don't Work :: New research suggests that in many people, heartburn may be caused by something other than acid reflux. But gastroenterologists are often stumped as to what it is and how to treat it.'s_Most_Popular

The Power of Negative Thinking :: Both ancient philosophy and modern psychology suggest that darker thoughts can make us happier, writes Oliver Burkeman.'s_Most_Popular

HSBC to Pay Record U.S. Penalty :: HSBC acknowledged that for years it ignored possible money laundering, part of a record $1.9 billion settlement with U.S. authorities that caps the bank's disastrous foray into the U.S. market.'s_Most_Popular

EU to Put Reins on Regulators :: Authorities are considering launching a legal crackdown on some national regulators for restricting European banks from freely moving funds across national borders.

Man Killed in Rare Midtown Shooting :: A man was fatally shot in the head on West 58th Street, marking the fourth death this year in a typically murder-free area of Manhattan.'s_Most_Popular

Fiscal Cliff Talks Make Progress :: Budget negotiations between the White House and Republican House Speaker Boehner have progressed steadily in recent days, breathing life into talks that appeared to have stalled.'s_Most_Popular

The Republican Tax Panic :: The GOP should negotiate with Obama, not each other.'s_Most_Popular

Feds Ponder Joining Suit Against Armstrong :: Justice Department officials are considering whether to join a whistleblower lawsuit filed by cyclist Lance Armstrong's former teammate, Floyd Landis.

Giving to Charity and the Children :: The client had more money than he ever intended to spend. So his adviser, Brian Kazanchy, helped him tackle two of his biggest goals: Donating to charity and passing money to his two daughters as tax efficiently as possible.'s_Most_Popular

One Running Shoe in the Grave :: New studies on older endurance athletes suggest the fittest reap few health benefits.'s_Most_Popular

Flu Widespread, Leading a Range of Winter's Ills :: The United States is in the grip of an early start to the annual flu season with an unusually aggressive virus, a new type of norovirus, and the worst outbreak of whooping cough in decades.

Mohnish Pabrai: What I've Learned From Warren and Charlie - DailyFinance ::

Pogue's Posts: Microsoft's Surface Pro Tablet Changes the Game :: Even if the Surface Pro is not strictly a laptop killer, it nonetheless changes the game. It's a machine nobody's built before, and it should get a lot of imaginations whirring. For thousands of people, it will be an ideal mobile companion.

Generation LGBTQIA :: The new vanguard of gender activists wants a broad, inclusive way to describe sexual minorities.

10 Questions for Arnold Schwarzenegger :: Former Mr. Olympia, governor and Mr. Freeze Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about action, aging and academia,9171,2133314,00.html?xid=rss-mostpopular

PAKISTAN: France honours Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai ::

Where Cats Run Free :: In Pittsboro, N.C., Siglinda Scarpa has turned her home into an animal sanctuary.

They Know What You're Shopping For :: "You're looking at the premium package, right?" Companies today are increasingly tying people's real-life identities to their online browsing habits.

The Third Coast :: By Joel Kotkin's_Most_Popular

Passing Along Life Lessons :: Why values are an increasingly important part of estate planning.'s_Most_Popular

Mastering the Mismatch :: Get ready to add "spezzato," the art of contrasting jackets and trousers, to your sartorial dictionary.'s_Most_Popular

US mulls aid to French in Mali, including drones - Daily Nation ::

Delay in plea by Holmes disturbs victims, families - Detroit Free Press ::

Oscar films run the gamut, from singing to sermonizing - USA TODAY ::

Witness: Calif. student smirked while firing shots - The Seattle Times ::

Butt Glue? Secrets From Miss America ::�3d9d8967e3910f67bb25cdf4158a4b

Early Success and Its Enemies :: The novelist Martin Amis has been famous almost since birth. But his celebrity has long increased out of proportion to the quality of his books. Adam Kirsch reviews "Martin Amis: The Biography" by Richard Bradford.


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