May 24, 2015, 3:10 pm
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Palmyra may be off limits to U.S. airstrikes

USA Today - By : Tom Vanden Brook

The U.S.-led coalition bombing Islamic State terrorists in Syria is unlikely to attack the extremists who have seized the ancient city of Palmyra and its archaeological treasures, according to a senior Defense Department official.

There is a tacit understanding between the coalition and Bashar Assad's Syrian government that Palmyra and other areas, particularly those protected by modern air defenses, are off limits to airstrikes, sa...



What Hillary Clintons e-mails tell us about her management style

Washington Post - By : Karen Tumulty

For those who have worried that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign would be a repeat of the chaotic operation she ran eight years ago, her advisers have often pointed to her time in between at the State Department —...


Couple leaves $850,000 estate to U.S. government

CNN Money - By : Staff Reporting

Peter Petrasek, who emigrated from Czechoslovakia after World War II, and his wife Joan stipulated in their will that all of their money be donated to the government.

The couple had no children and wanted to give back to the country tha...


YouTube gets more lifelike

CNN Money - By : Staff Reporting

You can now stream live videos at double the previous frame-rate -- it's now 60 frames per second, up from 30. The update gives live-stream videos a giant boost in clarity and smoothness.

When played in high definition, 60 frames per se...



Yellen says Fed on course for 2015 rate rise

Philly.com - By : Jeff Kearns, Jeanna Smialek and Craig Torres

A first-quarter economic chill won't deter the Federal Reserve from its plan to raise interest rates this year, chair Janet Yellen said, assuring investors the pace of subsequent tightening would be gradual.

Although the labor market is nearing full strength, "we are not there yet," she said Friday in a speech in Providence, R.I., emphasizing that the Fed would proceed cautiously. - Referenced Article




Google Buy Buttons Could Start Showing On Mobile Shopping Ads In A Matter Of Weeks

Search Engine Land - By : Ginny Marvin

The long-rumored morphing of Google Shopping into a marketplace that could compete head-on with the likes of Amazon and Ebay appears to be getting closer. “Buy” buttons could start appearing on select Google mobile search ads in a matter of weeks.

The Wall Street Journal cited anonymous sources saying Macy’s is among the retailers in discussions with Google to join the launch. - Referenced Article



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