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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

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  • Iran's President Causes Stir at Columbia
    Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's engages in a tense exchange with students and faculty at Columbia University after an address that included nuclear ambitions, Israel, and terrorism.
  • Tabloids Have Field Day with Ahmadinejad
    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's address at New York's Columbia University produces screaming headlines in New York's tabloid newspapers. Overseas publications are more restrained and more circumspect.
  • House to Vote on Compromise SCHIP Bill
    Lawmakers will vote on a compromise bill to renew and expand a program that provides health insurance to low-income children. President Bush has vowed to veto the measure. But pressure is mounting from every corner to get him to change his mind.
  • Scientists Study Flu Vaccine in Elderly
    Some scientists say the flu vaccine may be much less effective in people over 65 than has been claimed. But they are firm that older people should still be vaccinated. About 90 percent of Americans who die from the flu are 65 or older.
  • Gay Issue Looms over Episcopal Church
    American Episcopal bishops are trying to resolve whether they will accede to the worldwide Anglican Communion's request that they take a conservative stance on gay bishops and same sex blessings. The American church has a Sept. 30 deadline to placate the conservatives and avert schism.
  • Holocaust Survivors Honor Camp Liberator
    When Vernon Tott came upon Germany's Ahlem concentration camp in April 1945, he and fellow American liberators were unprepared for the horrific scene they found.
  • Bid to Build Reactors Is First in Three Decades
    NRG Energy will request permission to build two new nuclear reactors. It's the first request to build a new nuclear power plant in the U.S. in three decades. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has geared up for a flood of applications.
  • Microsoft Considers Stake in Facebook
    Microsoft is reportedly looking into buying a 5 percent stake in the social networking Web site Facebook. The prices being bandied about suggest FaceBook is being valued at about $10 billion.
  • Amazon to Enter Music-Download Business launches a much anticipated music-download site. The Internet music store will sell songs for 89 cents to 99 cents. It will be possible to play the music on every available player from the iPod to the Zune.
  • Columbia, Amazon Open Springsteen Store launches an online store exclusively for Bruce Springsteen. The site will premier his new music videos and will sell his albums, produced by Columbia Records.

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