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The AP reports Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus was killed. Reporter Kathy Gannon was wounded. The two were in Khost province in eastern Afghanistan ahead of Saturday's election.
Instead of taking down trial testimony, he typed over and over, "I hate my job, I hate my job." The New York Post reports he did that in 30 case before he was caught. He was fired.
This past weekend, most of Europe moved the clocks forward for Daylight Saving Time. A shop owner says she needs her sleep and will "no longer take part in this circus."
Richard Anderson, CEO of Delta Airlines, and Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, discuss the future of the aviation business. Delta and Virgin recently announced a transatlantic joint venture. As more mergers and partnerships develop, what's in it for the consumer?
The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to release a report on the CIA's interrogation policies in the years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. The next step requires the agency to determine how much of the report can be declassified. The report has become the centerpiece of a fight between the Senate and the CIA.
Many promising high school basketball players don't attend traditional schools; instead, they play for "prep schools" exempt from the usual rules. One of these schools — Our Savior New American on Long Island — draws players from around the world.