Pineda says he’ll learn from ejection for pine tar – Kansas City Star

Kansas City StarPineda says he’ll learn from ejection for pine tarKansas City StarBOSTON — The pine tar glistened on Michael Pineda’s neck, improving his grip and inviting trouble. Elise Amendola | AP Photo Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara, right, celebrates with first baseman Mike Napoli after the Red Sox defeated the New York …Pineda’s folly could sink the seasonABC NewsYankees ‘embarrassed’ by Michael Pineda’s ejectionBoston GlobeAnother Fine Pine Tar Mess: Yankees’ Michael PiƱeda Gets Ejected Over Neck …Fox News LatinoCBSSports.com -STLtoday.com -FanSidedall 1,300 news articles …read more    

Three American doctors shot dead at Afghan hospital – USA TODAY

USA TODAYThree American doctors shot dead at Afghan hospitalUSA TODAYKABUL — An Afghan security guard shot and killed three Americans at a hospital in Kabul on Thursday. Officials said the three killed were doctors, including a visiting father and son. Another doctor and a U.S. nurse were wounded in the attack. District Police …3 Americans killed in attack on Kabul hospitalWashington PostAfghan Hospital Guard Kills 3 American DoctorsNewsChannel5.comThree Americans killed in Kabul hospital attackChicago TribuneFox News -KKTV 11 Newsall 328 news articles …read more    

PA assures reconciliation agreement requires Hamas recognition of Israel’s … – Jerusalem Post

HaaretzPA assures reconciliation agreement requires Hamas recognition of Israel’s …Jerusalem PostPalestinians say they remain committed to two-state solution, demanded Hamas recognize Israel’s existence as term of reconciliation agreement. Jibril Rajoub. Photo: Reuters. A senior PLO official, Jabril Rajoub, told Army Radio on Thursday that the …Media divided over Palestinian unity dealBBC NewsRival Palestinian factions agree to form unity government, hold new electionsNew York Daily NewsUS official says Hamas-PLO government would prompt aid reassessmentReutersMiamiHerald.com -Washington Post (blog) -The Daily Starall 297 news articles …read more    

GM posts lower profit after recall; truck pricing strong – Reuters

SFGateGM posts lower profit after recall; truck pricing strongReutersDETROIT (Reuters) – General Motors Co said on Thursday that first-quarter profit tumbled 88 percent after a massive recall due to defective ignition switches, but results still topped expectations on strong pricing for its redesigned pickup trucks in North …GM sees Q1 gain despite switch recallUSA TODAYGM Profit Drops Amid Recall Charges But Beats Analyst ExpectationsWall Street JournalGM profits hit by cost of recallsBBC NewsDetroit Free Press -NBCNews.com -New York Timesall 205 news articles …read more    

Ukraine: 5 die as government forces clash with pro-Russians – CNN

Washington PostUkraine: 5 die as government forces clash with pro-RussiansCNNKiev, Ukraine (CNN) — Ukrainian forces killed five militants during operations to take down pro-Russians’ roadblocks in Slavyansk on Thursday, the Ukrainian Interior Ministry said, in what appeared to be a significant escalation of violence in the country.Clashes in east Ukraine leave at least 2 deadChron.comUkraine crisis: city hall in southeast cleared of pro-Russia protestersCBC.caFive killed as Ukrainian forces launch ‘anti-terror’ operationBusiness Standardseattlepi.com -Edmonton Journalall 306 news articles …read more    

General Motors Profits Drop 86 Percent After Recalls – TIME

Washington PostGeneral Motors Profits Drop 86 Percent After RecallsTIMEThe automaker took a $1.3 billion charge for recall costs in the first three months of the year. General Motors said Thursday its first quarter profits dropped approximately 86% from the same period last year after a series of massive recalls cost the automaker …GM sees Q1 gain despite switch recallUSA TODAYGM Profit Drops Amid Recall Charges But Beats Analyst ExpectationsWall Street JournalGM posts small quarterly profit despite huge recall expensesDetroit Free PressBBC News -NBCNews.com -New York Timesall 201 news articles …read more    

Hospital Attack Kills 3 US Doctors in Afghan Capital – Voice of America

Indian ExpressHospital Attack Kills 3 US Doctors in Afghan CapitalVoice of AmericaAn Afghan security guard has opened fire at a hospital in Kabul, killing three American doctors, in the latest attack on foreigners in Afghanistan. Thursday’s attack took place at a hospital run by the U.S.-based Christian charity CURE International. In a brief …3 American dotors killed in attack on Afghan hospitalXinhuaGuard opens fire at Kabul hospitalUSA TODAYAfghan Hospital Guard Kills 3 American DoctorsBoston.comABC News -CBS News -Los Angeles Timesall 314 news articles …read more    

3 American dotors killed in attack on Afghan hospital – Xinhua

Telegraph.co.uk3 American dotors killed in attack on Afghan hospitalXinhuaKABUL, April 24 (Xinhua) — An Afghan security guard opened fire in a hospital in the capital Kabul, reportedly killing three American doctors on Thursday. “As a result of spraying bullets by a security guard of Cure Hospital in Kabul’s 6th precinct, three …Afghan security guard kills 3 American doctors at Kabul hospitalCTV NewsGuard opens fire at Kabul hospitalUSA TODAYAmerican Father, Son Among Victims in Kabul Hospital ShootingABC NewsCBS News -Los Angeles Timesall 306 news articles …read more    

Camilla’s Brother In Revolving Door Death – Sky News

Washington PostCamilla’s Brother In Revolving Door DeathSky NewsMark Shand died while trying to re-enter a New York hotel from the revolving door, police say, as his family mourns his loss. 1:18pm UK, Thursday 24 April 2014. Duchess of Cornwall Camilla And Brother Mark Shand. Mark Shand was Camilla’s only brother.Duchess of Cornwall ‘devastated’ at brother Mark Shand’s deathBBC NewsBritain’s royals mourn India-lover Mark Shand’s deathBusiness StandardPrince Charles’ relative dies in fallAlbany Times UnionCT Postall 547 news articles …read more    

Obama rejects talk that Pacific trade deal is in danger – CTV News

CTV NewsObama rejects talk that Pacific trade deal is in dangerCTV NewsTOKYO — As negotiators struggle, U.S. President Barack Obama is rejecting suggestions that an Asia-Pacific trade deal is in danger and says the U.S. and Japan must take bold steps to overcome differences that are threatening completion of the cornerstone …Asian shares mixed after Wall St lossesNinemsnall 3,285 news articles …read more