Apr
30
2010
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Higher consumer spending in Q1 still lacks vigor - The Associated Press


Kansas City Star
Higher consumer spending in Q1 still lacks vigor
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Consumers spent more and helped lift the economy last quarter but not enough to ignite the recovery and drive down unemployment. Spending by consumers rose by the fastest pace in three years, the Commerce Department said Friday .
Consumers Help Drive US Economy to 3.2% Growth RateNew York Times
Economy grew briskly in first quarter, government saysMiamiHerald.com
GDP report shows economy on 'right track': ObamaMarketWatch
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Apr
30
2010
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US Gulf States Mobilize for Valdez-Like Oil Spill - BusinessWeek


Newsweek
US Gulf States Mobilize for Valdez-Like Oil Spill
BusinessWeek
(Adds Obama comments in second paragraph. See {EXT4 } for more on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.) By Jessica Resnick-Ault and Jim Polson April 30 (Bloomberg) — US Interior Department inspectors began boarding deep-water platforms in the Gulf of Mexico
Oil reaches shore as weather threatens cleanupHouston Chronicle
Oil Spill Silences Once-Raucous 'Drill, Baby, Drill' CampNew York Times
Weather Hampers Response To Spill Threatening Louisiana CoastWall Street Journal
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Apr
30
2010
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Goldman Sachs Shares, Bonds Slide On Criminal Probe - Wall Street Journal


MiamiHerald.com
Goldman Sachs Shares, Bonds Slide On Criminal Probe
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK–Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s stock and bonds were hit hard and the cost to protect against default by the company soared after news about a federal criminal probe into the company's trading practices.
US STOCKS-Wall St sinks on Goldman, chipmakers weighReuters
Justice Department opens Goldman Sachs criminal investigation, sources sayWashington Post
Goldman shares slide on criminal-probe concernsThe Associated Press
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Apr
29
2010
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White House Takes a Bigger Role in the Oil Spill Cleanup - New York Times


BBC News
White House Takes a Bigger Role in the Oil Spill Cleanup
New York Times
A boat sailed through crude oil that had leaked from the Deepwater Horizon wellhead in the Gulf of Mexico. By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON, LESLIE KAUFMAN and LIZ ROBBINS NEW ORLEANS — President Obama increased his administration's role in the cleanup of the
Lawmakers set probes of oil spill as federal attention intensifiesHouston Chronicle
US expects Gulf oil slick to hit landfall FridayReuters
US declares oil spill of 'national significance'BBC News
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Apr
29
2010
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Euro Advances From Near One-Year Low on Outlook for Greece Aid - BusinessWeek


The Guardian
Euro Advances From Near One-Year Low on Outlook for Greece Aid
BusinessWeek
April 29 (Bloomberg) — The euro rose from near a one-year low against the dollar as Greece's Prime Minister George Papandreou tried to persuade labor unions to accept austerity measures and European economic reports
Greek aid hopes boost European shares; BP slipsReuters
German Fin Min:No Alternative To Greek Consolidation,AidWall Street Journal
Greek Bonds Rally, Italian Debt Rises as Aid Agreement NearsBloomberg
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Apr
29
2010
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Breaking Down a 3-Way Race in Florida - New York Times


BBC News (blog)
Breaking Down a 3-Way Race in Florida
New York Times
The latest on President Obama, his administration and other news from Washington and around the nation. Join the discussion. MIAMI — If Gov. Charlie Crist announces later today that he will run without a party affiliation for the United
The Conversation: Charlie Crist the Independent?ABC News
Fla. gov. on cusp of independent bid for US SenateThe Associated Press
Rubio says three-man race changes nothingMiamiHerald.com
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Apr
29
2010
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Father, Mother, and Daughter Searching For Successful Treatment of Ailments Using Chiropractic Treatment In Costa Mesa

My family had never made chiropractic care part of our normal medical routine, the entire time I was growing up. That changed, however, when my dad started having trouble with his back seizing up. I chose to join as well when he sought the care of a doctor of chiropractic and received such great results. Participating in cheerleading and gymnastics when I was in high school at that time, the strain caused pain in my neck and back. Chiropractic Care In Orange County

Nearly ten years later, I am still under the care of a chiropractic doctor. I graduated from college and moved a few hours away from my hometown, and I knew that I would need to find someone quickly in order to continue my chiropractic care on a monthly basis. Dr. Candice McCowin, DC at Great Life Chiropractic in Costa Mesa was highly recommended by a couple of co-workers when I asked around at my new job to see if anyone knew of a great chiropractor.

From there, chiropractic care was something my entire family preferred. Due to sciatica, my mom suffered great discomfort. The pain in the backs of her legs made it difficult for her to stand very long. This made life difficult for her, since she worked full-time in my parents’ retail store, and standing to assist customers and ring up sales each day was a big part of the job description.

Mom had taken several days off to visit me in Orange County, and she mentioned that she had not been feeling well. Squeezing Mom in her busy schedule, we have learned from Dr. McCowin that sciatica is a symptom which often shows up as leg pain. It might be nothing more than a strong cramp in the leg, or it can be an absolutely excruciating, shooting pain that makes it impossible for the victim to sit or stand. Barely able to find a comfortable position, whether she was sitting or standing, was the way Mom had been feeling.

While Dr. McCowin took Mom’s medical history, she explained that the pain is more intense when sitting, sneezing, or coughing sometimes. She said that sciatica can either occur suddenly or develop slowly. Sometimes, patients report feeling weakness, numbness, or the sensation of burning or tingling in the leg or toes.

Mom nodded her head “yes” to each bit of information as the doctor spoke. In order to continue treatment, she was excited to put her care for feeling all of these symptoms in Dr. McCowin’s hands despite driving a couple of hours from my hometown to Costa Mesa.

Because of the results that we have seen, I recommend chiropractic care to everyone that I know. Chiropractic Treatment In Costa Mesa

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Apr
28
2010
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Coast Guard Will Try Burning Oil Spill as It Nears Land - New York Times


National Geographic
Coast Guard Will Try Burning Oil Spill as It Nears Land
New York Times
NEW ORLEANS — Crews struggling to contain the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will light some of the petroleum on fire at 11 am Central time in an attempt to burn it off before it reaches shore.
Coast Guard chief sees big risk from oil spillReuters
Coast Guard to Start Burning Gulf Oil SlickWall Street Journal
Coast Guard plans to start oil burn this morningHouston Chronicle
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Apr
28
2010
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Supreme Court says Mojave cross can stand - Los Angeles Times


Washington Post
Supreme Court says Mojave cross can stand
Los Angeles Times
In a divided ruling, the justices rule that the 1st Amendment calls for 'accommodation' of religious displays on public land rather than strict separation of church and state. By David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times The Supreme Court gave its approval
High court says Mojave cross in Calif. can stayWashington Post
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Supreme court says cross may stay in California desertReuters
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Apr
28
2010
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Sandra Bullock and Jesse James: A look back, and ahead - Washington Post


CBC.ca
Sandra Bullock and Jesse James: A look back, and ahead
Washington Post
It's official: Sandra Bullock plans to divorce husband of five years Jesse James following a cheating scandal. Below, a look at their relationship's ups and downs. In 2005, Bullock said: "Why is marriage the pinnacle for everyone?
Jesse James Says Loss of Son Has Broken His HeartABC News
Sandra Bullock reacts to estranged husband Jesse James' Nazi photo: 'This is New York Daily News
Sandra Bullock Files For Divorce: "Marriage Has Become Insupportable"Us Magazine
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