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Band Manager to Plead Guilty in Rhode Island Nightclub Tragedy Los Angeles Times - 7 hours ago Dan Biechele will serve no more than 10 years in a deal with prosecutors. He set the fireworks that killed 100 people during a Great White concert. By Elizabeth Mehren, Times Staff Writer. BOSTON The band Bush grants valley's wishes San Jose Mercury News - 1 hour ago By Jim Puzzanghera. WASHINGTON - After a series of reports warning of the growing economic threat from China and India, ``competitiveness'' has become the latest catch-word of Silicon Valley's high-tech industry. Six Dead, One Critical in Calif. Shooting Houston Chronicle - 2 hours ago By TIM MOLLOY Associated Press Writer. GOLETA, Calif. When sheriff's deputies were called to take Jennifer Sanmarco from her job at a mail sorting facility here two years ago, it was because her colleagues feared she might hurt herself. Saddam trial adjourned to Thursday Xinhua - 47 minutes ago BAGHDAD, Feb. 1 (Xinhuanet) -- Trial of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein and his seven aides was adjourned to Thursday, court officials said on Wednesday. The fresh adjournment came after a brief Wednesday Bush speech an 'obstinate bid for popularity' Mail & Guardian Online - 31 minutes ago World commentators have characterised United States President George Bush's State of the Union speech as an obstinate bid to regain popularity with unrealistic promises, suggesting on Wednesday that his pledge to break the US's dependence on Mideast oil Good Technology faces patent suit from Visto - 1 hour ago By Grant Gross, IDG news service. Visto has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Good Technology, saying its push e-mail services contain patented Visto technology. Visto will seek a permanent injunction King's Body Returns to Atlanta as Funeral Preparations Begin Washington Post - 33 minutes ago By Hamil R. Harris. ATLANTA, Feb. 1 -- A plane bearing the body of Coretta Scott King returned to Atlanta before sunrise Wednesday as arrangements for her funeral--expected to be a vast reunion of the civil rights era--began in earnest. Spears to guest star in Will & Grace Ireland Online - 5 hours ago Britney Spears will guest star on hit US TV show Will & Grace as a Christian talk show host. It will be the first primetime sitcom appearance for the singer and new mother. In the episode, the gay 'Out TV' network Losers know the score New York Daily News - 6 hours ago The only person at Madison Square Garden who didn't want to find out how many points Kobe Bryant might score against the Knicks last night, when 50 was still in play, before 40 finally became the number, was the coach of the other team. Bush takes his goals on the road MSNBC - 2 hours ago WASHINGTON - President Bush on Wednesday takes his election-year agenda on the road to convince Americans he is addressing their concerns about high gasoline prices and health care costs. One day after outlining Powers' resolution: report Iran to UN Security Council Reuters - 56 minutes ago VIENNA (Reuters) - The UN Security Council's five permanent members have agreed on a resolution that asks the UN nuclear watchdog agency to report Iran to the top world body over its nuclear program, the document's final text showed. Standard testing fails to detect women's heart risk, study says Centre Daily Times - 12 hours ago BY JUDY PERES. CHICAGO - Up to 3 million US women are at higher risk of heart attack because they have coronary disease that does not show up on standard tests, the National Institutes of Health reported Tuesday.

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Google Drops After Profit Misses Analysts' Estimates (Update1) Bloomberg - 55 minutes ago Feb. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. shares plunged 14 percent after the search engine's profit missed analysts' estimates for the first time since the company went public in August 2004. An 82 percent rise in Standard Test May Miss Heart Disease in Women Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago Angiography, the gold standard for detecting blocked arteries, does not work in about one in every six women with chest pain, leading doctors to send many sick women home with a clean bill of health, researchers reported Tuesday. Alito's High Court Orientation Begins Washington Post - 1 hour ago By GINA HOLLAND. WASHINGTON -- After a private welcome to his new job, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito was confronted in his first hours with emergency appeals in three death row cases. He bowed out as his Internet Explorer 7.0 (beta) ABC News - 14 hours ago IE7 has potential, but there's a lot to fix before it's ready for prime time. The beta version of IE7 released today by Microsoft is meant for developers and tech enthusiasts, and it's a good thing. This is Danes try to calm Muslim rage International Herald Tribune - 9 hours ago The Danish government stepped up efforts Tuesday to curb the damage caused by the publication of cartoons in a Danish newspaper linking the Prophet Muhammad to terrorism. But the moves failed to allay Muslim Always a threat to pour it on Indianapolis Star - 1 hour ago By Mark Montieth. There are worse things to have to apologize for than scoring 81 points in a basketball game, but that's Kobe Bryant's other-worldly existence these days. pacers know what's coming: Kobe Bryant Visto tries it on again Inquirer - 2 hours ago TALK ABOUT being litigation crazy, the guys at Visto are trying it on again. This time Visto is having a stab at Good Technology. It's over alleged patent infringements in the area of mobile email. The list Trial arising from Enron's collapse gets under way Middle East North Africa Financial Network - 2 hours ago By Bruce Nichols. HOUSTON _ The lead-off prosecutor called former Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay and former chief executive Jeffrey Skilling cheaters and liars. Defense attorneys called the prosecutors cheaters and liars.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

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Putin Warns Against Foreign Meddling Washington Post - 3 hours ago By STEVE GUTTERMAN. MOSCOW -- President Vladimir Putin had sharp words for his critics and stark reminders of Russia's nuclear might at an annual news conference Tuesday in which he sought to burnish his image Great White Manager to Cop Plea E! Online - 40 minutes ago by Sarah Hall. Dan Biechele, 29, has agreed to plead guilty to 100 counts of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the deadly Rhode Island nightclub blaze that killed 100 people and injured hundreds more Friends and former colleagues pay tribute to Coretta Scott King TIME - 1 hour ago First of all she was an extraordinary human being, she lived with a great sense of dignity and grace, she was a beautiful woman with a beautiful soul, she was always so very very kind. I loved her dearly and she was a great source of inspiration. Update 1: Danish Muslims Accept Cartoon Apology Forbes - 1 hour ago By JAN M. OLSEN , 01.31.2006, 05:38 PM. A Danish Muslim group Tuesday accepted an apology from a newspaper that published offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad but said later that it had decided the statement was ambiguous. Oil falls below $68 on OPEC supply reassurance Reuters - 1 hour ago By Iain Pocock. LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Oil prices fell Tuesday as OPEC unanimously agreed to keep output near a 25-year high, countering fears that rising international pressure on Iran over its nuclear program might lead to a supply disruption. Bad Feeling in the Body Politic Washington Post - 48 minutes ago Minutes after yesterday's confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, Senate Majority Whip Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) rushed to the Senate television studio to declare it "a happy day for the United States Senate." But instead of happy faces, the Bush, in Address, to Say US Must Keep Economic Lead (Update1) Bloomberg - 1 hour ago Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) -- President George W. Bush, seeking to revive his presidency, will say in his State of the Union address tonight that the US ``must continue'' to lead the global economy and break its ``addiction'' to oil. Super Bowl attracts polar opposites - 1 hour ago By Jim Leonard. No, they are not the latest Asian exports to the NBA; they are symbolic references to the teams that will square off in Detroit at Super Bowl XL. The Steel City versus the Emerald City; Big Sexy versus Big Nasty; call it what you like. Visto Sues Good Over Patent Red Herring - 1 hour ago Visto, which sells email software for mobile phone companies, said Tuesday that it filed a patent infringement lawsuit against rival Good Technology. The suit, filed in the US District Court in the Eastern TO visits Denver for face to face with Shanahan - 21 hours ago In the wake of defeat in the AFC championship game, Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan spoke with purposeful vagueness last week about his team's potential to perhaps take on a high-profile player with a problematic past. EU to send expert to help Iraq trace bird flu cases Xinhua - 3 hours ago BRUSSELS, Jan. 31 (Xinhuanet) -- The European Union (EU) is to send a senior disease outbreak investigator to Iraq following the provisional confirmation that a 15-year-old girl, who died on Jan.17, was infected with the H5N1 bird flu virus. Six Dead in Calif. Post Office Shooting Guardian Unlimited - 2 hours ago By TIM MOLLOY. GOLETA, Calif. (AP) - A former postal worker who had been put on medical leave for psychological problems shot five people to death at a huge mail-processing center and then killed herself in