Dream Act Reintroduced to the house and the Senate

Bills narrowly focused to provide undocumented students a chance to gain U.S. citizenship were introduced Wednesday in the House and Senate. more

Cannes FIlm Festival Screens Controversial Princess Diana Documentary

The documentary "Unlawful Killing," which shows photos of Princess Diana as she lay dying after a car crash, will be screened at France's Cannes Film Festival. more

Uganda Anti-gay bill put on the backburner

Ugandan lawmakers removed a controversial anti-gay measure from their agenda, though advocates worry it will reappear. more

Daytime Emmys Nominees Announced

The U.S. soap operas "The Bold and the Beautiful," "All My Children" and "General Hospital" were nominated for Daytime Emmy Awards Wednesday. more

Libyan Rebels Make Major Gains, Take Misurata Airport

Libyan rebels in the port city of Misurata, besieged for weeks by forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi, captured the city's airport, witnesses said Wednesday. more

Mississippi River Food Heads South

he Mississippi River began to slowly recede in Memphis while cities and states to the south strengthened their flood-fighting efforts, officials said. more

Bedbugs Can carry drug-resistant bacteria

Drug-resistant bacteria, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and vancomycin-resistant enterococci, were found in bedbugs, Canadian researchers say. more

John Demjanjuk Sentenced to 5 years in prison for Nazi Participation

A Munich court has sentenced John Demjanjuk to five years in prison for helping to murder Jews at a Nazi death camp during World War II, the end of what could enter history as the last Nazi trial in Germany. more

Billy Graham Hospitalized with Pneumonia

The Rev. Billy Graham was admitted to an Asheville, N.C., hospital Wednesday, where he was treated for pneumonia, a spokesman for the evangelist said. more

Dancing With the Stars Says goodbye to romeo

Singer and actor Romeo became the latest celebrity eliminated from "Dancing with the Stars" in Los Angeles Tuesday night. more

American Idol to Air Steven Tyler's debut solo music video

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler will premiere the video for his solo single "(It) Feels So Good" on TV's "American Idol," Columbia Records said. more

Immigratrion Reform: Obama renews committment to reform

President Barack Obama went to the Texas border town of El Paso Tuesday to push his ideas for immigration reform. more

Judgment Day Is May 21, Some Christians Believe

It's difficult not to notice the billboards popping up around the world pronouncing May 21 is Judgment Day, and as the date nears, some are wondering if the prediction is true. more

Newt Gingrich Trailing in the Polls

Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich enters the Republican presidential primary race with high recognition but a low positive rating, a poll indicates. more

Android Smartphones Get New Music Apps

U.S. search-engine giant Google, expanding its reach to different venues end-users frequent, announced its foray into music and movie markets Tuesday. more

Bristol Palin says she had Corrective Jaw Surgery

U.S. reality television personality Bristol Palin has confirmed she had "corrective jaw surgery" late last year, which changed the shape of her face. more

Hedge Fund Company accused of insider trading by U.S. Senator

A senior U.S. senator has asked federal regulators to investigate possible insider trading at SAC Capital Advisors, a high-profile hedge fund. more

Omar bin Laden escaped during raid, Osama's widow says

Osama bin Laden's wives say one of his sons vanished during the U.S. raid that killed the al-Qaida leader at his compound, Pakistani officials say. more

Rapper Common to visit White House, Conservatives Object

Conservatives rapped the White House and U.S. first lady Michelle Obama for inviting rapper-actor Common to a celebration of poetry and prose Wednesday. more

Norberto Gonzalez Claudio Arrested by FBI for decades of crime

A militant Puerto Rican nationalist who was wanted in one of the biggest robberies in U.S. history was arrested in Puerto Rico Tuesday, officials said. more

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