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Facing Calls to Give Up Power, Egypt Military Battles Crowds – New York Times



The Guardian
Facing Calls to Give Up Power, Egypt Military Battles Crowds
New York Times
Demonstrators in and around Tahrir Square clashed with the police for a second day on Sunday. More Photos » By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK CAIRO — Egypt's military rulers struggled Sunday to contain an explosion of protests demanding their ouster,
Frustrated Egyptians come out in forceLos Angeles Times
Egyptian Protesters Battle Police for Tahrir SquareVoice of America
Grim future for Arab Spring as violence erupts in EgyptHa’aretz
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IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns world economy risks ‘downward spiral’ – Economic Times



Irish Times
IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns world economy risks 'downward spiral'
Economic Times
"If we do not act together, the economy around the world runs the risk of a downward spiral of uncertainty, financial instability," she said at the International Finance Forum in Beijing. Lagarde has so far held talks with Chinese central bank governor
IMF Chief Describes Grim Outlook For World Economic RecoveryRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
IMF's Lagarde Warns of Risk of 'Lost Decade' for Global EconomyBusinessWeek
IMF head warns of 'lost decade'Irish Times
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New jobless claims continue modest decline – Los Angeles Times



The Associated Press
New jobless claims continue modest decline
Los Angeles Times
The number of workers filing for new unemployment benefits dipped slightly last week, a sign the job market is improving, albeit very slowly. The Labor Department said Thursday initial jobless claims filed in the week ending Oct. 15 dropped to 403000
Unemployment claims drop, economic indicators point higherUSA Today
US unemployment claims trend lower but still high The Associated Press
Jobless Claims in US Decreased 6000 Last Week to 403000BusinessWeek
CNN -Reuters
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Floods Test New Thai Leader on Many Fronts – New York Times



CTV.ca
Floods Test New Thai Leader on Many Fronts
New York Times
BANGKOK — Just two months into her tenure, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is facing a major test of leadership that could shape her administration, surrounded not only by floodwaters surging against barriers around Bangkok but by
Bangkok braced for floodingTelegraph.co.uk
PM calls for unity as floods threaten Thai capitalReuters
Flooding fears loom large for Bangkok residents The Associated Press
TIME -BusinessWeek
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Barclays to Finance Kinder Morgan’s Deal for El Paso – New York Times



New York Times
Barclays to Finance Kinder Morgan's Deal for El Paso
New York Times
For its $ 21.1 billion acquisition of the El Paso Corporation, Kinder Morgan has received a financing commitment from Barclays Capital, one of its advisers, to pay for the cash portion. Kinder Morgan said that the cash
Kinder Morgan Bondholders Face El Paso Risk: Corporate FinanceSan Francisco Chronicle
US pipeline firm Kinder buys El PasoNinemsn

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Campaign Ad Barrage Begins With Paul – New York Times (blog)



ThirdAge
Campaign Ad Barrage Begins With Paul
New York Times (blog)
Representative Ron Paul has started a multimillion dollar television advertising campaign, the first serious push by a presidential candidate this year to influence voters in the early primary states with pricey broadcast
Ron Paul Proposes Elimination of 5 Federal DepartmentsThirdAge
Ron Paul supporters sound off on Christian Science Monitor coverageChristian Science Monitor
Ron Paul Launches Two New AdsABC News (blog)
San Francisco Chronicle -The State Column -Daily Caller
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Wall Street’s whining cannot be taken seriously – Irish Times



The Hindu
Wall Street's whining cannot be taken seriously
Irish Times
The modern lords of finance look at the protesters and ask: Don't they understand what we've done for the US economy? The answer is: Yes, many of the protesters do understand what Wall Street, and more generally the nation's economic elite,
Dozens arrested in Times Square protestsNinemsn
Should Muslims Occupy Wall Street Too?Huffington Post

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Online outrage in China after toddler run over twice, ignored – Los Angeles Times



CBC.ca
Online outrage in China after toddler run over twice, ignored
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM BEIJING -– A 2-year-old girl who was the victim of a hit-and-run driver has captured the attention of China and caused many to wonder why it took so long for her to be helped. More than a dozen pedestrians and motorists passed by as Wang
Chinese toddler run over and ignored 'to remain in vegetative state'Telegraph.co.uk
China outrage after child run over twice, ignoredCBC.ca
Toddler's hit-and-run case shocks ChinaSydney Morning Herald
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‘X Factor’ is no ‘Idol’ slayer just yet – Los Angeles Times



The Guardian
'X Factor' is no 'Idol' slayer just yet
Los Angeles Times
Simon Cowell's 'American Idol' rival is off to a consistent if not spectacular start in a crowded fall marketplace. Simon Cowell at the "X Factor" premiere. (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press) By Scott Collins, Los Angeles Times The morning after "The
Simon Cowell explodes as X Factor in crisisThe Sun
Cowell made desperate call to columnist over 'X Factor' axing fearZee News
Remaining 16 belt out their best on 'X Factor'msnbc.com
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Supreme Court to decide on law against lying about medals – Los Angeles Times



Reuters
Supreme Court to decide on law against lying about medals
Los Angeles Times
A Southern California man was prosecuted under the Stolen Valor Act for falsely claiming he had received the Medal of Honor. The Supreme Court will decide whether freedom of speech includes the right to lie about military honors.
Supreme Court to hear dispute over Stolen Valor ActUSA Today
Justices Take Case on Lying About Honors From MilitaryNew York Times
High court to rule on Stolen Valor ActCBS News
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