Apple Patent Judge Orders New Trial on Some Samsung Products – Bloomberg


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Apple Patent Judge Orders New Trial on Some Samsung Products
Bloomberg
Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s $1.05 billion victory against Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) in a patent-infringement case was cut about 45 percent by a judge who ordered a new trial on damages for some Samsung products after finding the jury erred. U.S. District
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New Syrian Aid Slammed by Rebels – Wall Street Journal


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New Syrian Aid Slammed by Rebels
Wall Street Journal
The U.S. unveiled a package of nonlethal aid to the Syrian opposition, as the U.K. was expected to provide combat gear, in a new Western effort to support the fight against President Bashar al-Assad that Syrian rebels immediately blasted as insufficient.
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Civil rights legend Rosa Parks honored with US Capitol statue – Washington Post


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Civil rights legend Rosa Parks honored with US Capitol statue
Washington Post
She was a seamstress whose simple and defiant act more than half a century ago galvanized a movement and propelled her into history. On Wednesday, President Obama and congressional leaders unveiled a nine-foot bronze statue of Rosa Louise Parks,
Jesse Jackson Jr. led the path for the new Rosa Parks statueChicago Sun-Times
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Pope ‘Suffered’ Over Decision to Resign – Wall Street Journal


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Pope 'Suffered' Over Decision to Resign
Wall Street Journal
VATICAN CITY—Pope Benedict XVI held the final audience of his pontificate before a sea of spectators in Saint Peter's Square on Wednesday, a farewell he said would not mark the end of his life in public. Addressing the crowd, Pope Benedict, 85 years old,
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Kerry Calls Time on Assad Regime – Wall Street Journal


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Kerry Calls Time on Assad Regime
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PARIS—New U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the time has passed for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to leave power. His first official meetings with France's leadership come amid increasing efforts from both countries to bolster Syria's opposition.
Kerry and Russian counterpart Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues in first meetingWashington Post
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Messy Italian Election Shakes World Markets – Wall Street Journal


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Messy Italian Election Shakes World Markets
Wall Street Journal
A general election has left Italy with no clear winner. WSJ's Chris Emsden suggests that even a grand coalition of the major parties would prove unworkable, making another election more likely. Photo: Reuters. ROME—In a national election meant to push
Eurozone crisis live: Italian political deadlock sends markets tumblingThe Guardian
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Confidence crisis as Italy faces stalemateSydney Morning Herald
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Republicans aim to call Obama’s ‘bluff’ on spending cuts – Fox News


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Republicans aim to call Obama's 'bluff' on spending cuts
Fox News
With just four days remaining until automatic budget cuts kick in, Republicans are looking to call President Obama's "bluff" — by giving him the flexibility to spread around the budget-ax pain in a way that would prevent the kind of fiscal doomsday his
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