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Google hopes to change wireless retail game with Nexus One

UNDATED - It wasn't much of a secret, really, but the sleek, Android-powered Nexus One is finally here, and yes: you can buy it directly from Google, over the Web.

Premiums are key issue for health care negotiators

WASHINGTON – Congressional Democrats and President Barack Obama began work in earnest Tuesday on difficult issues still standing in the way of their national health care overhaul after months of tortuous debate.

Obama readying immigration overhaul

WASHINGTON - The punishing battle over healthcare is still unresolved, but the Obama administration is quietly laying plans to take up another issue that could generate even more controversy and political division—a major overhaul of the nation

ESPN to introduce 3-D television

UNDATED - Sports broadcasting will enter a new dimension in 2010 ...

Terror suspect raised no suspicions, no evidence of accomplices

THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - Dutch prosecutors say they have not found any evidence that a Nigerian man suspected of trying to blow up a U.S.-bound airliner on Christmas Day had accomplices at Amsterdam's airport.

Octomom's doctor accused of 'gross negligence' by medical board

UNDATED - 'Octomom' Nadya Suleman's fertility doctor has been accused by the Medical Board of California for a pattern of gross negligence that led to the birth of her 14 children, including the world's longest-surviving octuplets, the Los Angeles T

Americans' job satisfaction reaches record low

WASHINGTON – We can't get no job satisfaction. Even Americans who are lucky enough to have work in this economy are becoming more unhappy with their jobs, according to a new survey that found only 45 percent of Americans are satisfied with their w

C-SPAN asks Congress to open health-care talks to cameras

WASHINGTON – The C-SPAN television network is calling on congressional leaders to open health care talks to cameras — something President Barack Obama promised as a candidate. Instead the most critical negotiations on Obama's health plan have take

AP sources: Bomber at CIA base was a double agent

WASHINGTON – The suicide bomber who killed eight people inside a CIA base in Afghanistan claimed to have information about Osama bin Laden's second-in-command, and was being recruited as a double agent to infiltrate al-Qaida, a former senior U.S.