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Lawmaker: Bombers Likely Trained

April 28, 2013 |

Rep. McCaul joins growing number of lawmakers to suggest Boston Marathon bombing suspects Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and brother, Tamerlan, who was killed in a shootout with police, likely were trained ahead of attack due to sophistication of explosive devices used, shown left.

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    One year on, France’s Hollande says he will weather poll slump

    April 28, 2013 |

    French President Francois Hollande arrives for a visit to the Institut Pasteur Shanghai as part of a two-day state visit in ShanghaiBy Elizabeth Pineau PARIS (Reuters) – France's Francois Hollande said he was undeterred by a first year in power marked by economic slowdown and a record slump in his personal popularity, arguing his 5-year presidency would achieve results over time. In comments to correspondents from Reuters and Agence France Presse a week before the anniversary of his May 2012 election win over Nicolas Sarkozy, Hollande shrugged off polls showing his popularity rating around 25 percent, after the sharpest fall for any president in over half a century. "I'm aware how serious the situation is. …

    Economy News Headlines – Yahoo! News

    Russia Wiretapped Boston Suspect

    April 28, 2013 |

    Russia Wiretapped Boston Suspect


    A conversation between Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the Boston bombing suspects, and his mother was secretly recorded in 2011. Alarming topic that was discussed

    North Korea snubs offer of talks

    April 28, 2013 |

    Troubled relations between North and South Korea suffered a fresh blow Friday after Seoul decided to withdraw all its remaining citizens from the manufacturing zone jointly operated by the two. – World


    Reese Witherspoon — Back to the Scene of the Crime

    April 28, 2013 |

    Reese Witherspoon is headed back to the city where no one knows her name … well, they probably do now.Our photogs spotted the “Legally Blonde” star at LAX bright and early this morning, hopping a plane back to Atlanta … scene of…

    Did Taylor Swift Pay $17 Million For A Mansion In Rhode Island? (PHOTOS)

    April 28, 2013 |

    Taylor Swift has allegedly purchased a $ 17 million dollar mansion in Rhode Island. We knew that the pop star was into scooping up gorgeous houses and that she was recently photographed touring a stellar Westerly, Rhode Island estate on April 15. Now, TMZ is reporting that she has made it official and bought the home, which had an asking price of $ 20 million. But we’re sure the sellers weren’t too disappointed with Tay’s all-cash offer of $ 17.75 million.

    The question now is, if it’s true and she has purchased the estate, will Swift live in the home, or was this just another smart real estate decision? She recently sold the Massachusetts abode that she was rumored to have bought because it was close to her then-boyfriend, Conor Kennedy, and reportedly made a $ 1 million profit in the transaction. “It was like a house-flip,” a source told Vanity Fair. “A good short-term investment.”

    Huffington Post

    Honda recalls Fit compact car to fix stability software flaw

    April 28, 2013 |

    Honda said Friday that it will recall almost 44,000 of its tiny Fit Sport compacts to fix a problem with its stability assist software that crops up when the vehicle is equipped with certain tires.


    L.A. Times – Business

    Investors Warm to Greece

    April 28, 2013 |

    Greek oil refiner Hellenic Petroleum is seeing strong demand for its first international debt sale, a sign that investors are returning to Greece as they continue to seek higher-yielding investments. What’s News Europe

    Former GM Exec Bob Lutz Suggests Higher Gas Taxes Would Help Americans

    April 28, 2013 |

    Americans are addicted to gasoline, according to retired General Motors Vice Chairman Robert A. Lutz, and there’s only one cure: higher gas taxes. Most popular stories

    All-Day Breakfast May Be in Our Future: McDonald’s CEO – –

    April 28, 2013 |

    Daily Mail

    All-Day Breakfast May Be in Our Future: McDonald's CEO –
    "I think China still's a tremendous growth opportunity," said McDonald's CEO Don Thompson, talking with CNBC's Carl Quintanilla about whether the bird flu scare in China is impacting growth prospects in that country. Consumers can expect one of the world's
    McDonald's considers all-day breakfast, deliveryTucson Citizen
    McDonald's all-day breakfast?New York’s PIX11 / WPIX-TV
    McDonald's all-day breakfast: Company considering all-day breakfast,
    WCVB Boston –Seeking Alpha –Daily Mail
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