CAIRO – Egypt plans to lift a three-month state of emergency and curfew on Tuesday, two days earlier than expected, two government sources and a security source said.
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By Harry Smith, Nancy Snyderman and Eric Baculinao, NBC NewsMANILA, Philippines — The world must respond now to the disaster caused by the most violent storm to ever make landfall, the general in charge of U.S. relief operations in the typhoon-shattered Philippines said Tuesday.
Actor Anthony Mackie was arrested early Saturday for drunken driving in New York City, police said.
Twitter plans to price its IPO at $26 per share, a source tells CNBC.Earlier, underwriters involved with the Twitter IPO aimed to price the social network’s stock at $27, barring any last-minute hitches, according to three people familiar with the matter.
A team of tech whizzes working through nights and weekends to fix the troubled health insurance marketplace website will be hard-pressed to finish repairs as promised by the end of November, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said Wednesday.
A few months back, Lululemon Athletica’s too-sheer yoga pants transformed some women’s workouts into unintentional peep shows.
Michael Skakel, a scion of the Kennedy dynasty granted a new trial last month after spending more than a decade behind bars for the 1975 murder of teenager Martha Moxley, won’t be released on bail just yet.
Blake Shelton has coached “The Voice’s” past three champions — and he hasn’t let anyone forget it. He even taunted fellow coaches Adam Levine, CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera by whipping out his trio of trophies during the Blind Auditions.
A teenage babysitter was arrested Tuesday and charged in the death of a 5-year-old Texas boy who accidentally shot himself with the babysitter’s gun while she was napping, authorities said.
Stroll amid the corporate jets on display at the National Business Aviation Association’s annual convention outside Las Vegas and you’ll see a troubled industry trying to regain momentum after a crushing four-year run. “In some economies we’re doing well, some economies, not so well.
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- Michelle Bachelet easily regains Chile presidency
- Butterfinger Peanut Butter Cups taste test: Too sweet or perfect treat?
- Real wedding: Bright Florida ceremony for military duo
- Jail Calls NY Law Suit Filing – DOCCS Has No Defense Anymore
- ‘Something positive for humankind’: Girls lend cells to genetic study
- Bioethicist: Mandela’s AIDS legacy of silence and courage
- Singer Susan Boyle says she has Asperger’s syndrome
- Icon-o-clash: Ukrainian protesters topple statue of Lenin in Kiev
- City lets 5-year-old ‘Batkid’ chase villains as part of wish
- Two Americans kidnapped by pirates in Nigeria released
- Egypt announces end of state of emergency
- Typhoon Haiyan: Philippines president says death toll could be far lower than worst estimates
- Mackie arrested for alleged DWI
- Twitter prices shares at $26: source