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Security has been increased around the home of President Barack Obama's grandmother, after a Somalia-based branch of al Qaeda reportedly threatened her life.
Jim Lehrer will retire as a regular anchor of PBS' "NewsHour" broadcast in June, after 36 years with the program.
Tiger Woods withdraws from the Players Championship on Thursday after the worst start to a tournament in his career.
Bedbugs can carry the dangerous staph infection MRSA or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Angry Birds and LexisNexis are the trending search topics Thursday on the Internet.
Kohl's saw its first-quarter earnings gain 6%, matching analysts' expectations of 73 cents per share.
The budget deficit came in at $40.5 billion in April, down from the $82.7 billion deficit in April 2010.
Indiana is the first U.S. state to cut off public funding for Planned Parenthood.
'May 21, 2010,' 'Chicago Code,' 'Martha Graham' and 'mortgage fraud' are the trending search topics Wednesday on the Internet.
President Obama's approval rating climbed to 60% for the first time in two years, up from 53% in late March.