Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Oil Companies Dig Deep and Strike Gold

FedEx Q3 Profit Drops, Plans More Cost Cutting


Google Launches "Keep" to Help Users Remember

United Launch Alliance Sends Third Rocket of 2013 Into Orbit

Model N Stock Surges on IPO

Cyprus Has 4 Days to Find Bailout Solution

Government Funding Bill Sails Through House

House Passes GOP Budget Plan Promising Deep Cuts

MetroPCS and T-Mobile Clear Final Regulatory Hurdle

BlackBerry 10 App Count Hits 100,000

EU Lawmakers Seek Bonus Cap for Fund Managers

HP Boosts Dividend 10%

Freddie Mac: Mortgage Rates to Stay Below 4% All Year

Oil Prices Slip as Cyprus Uncertainty Continues

iPhone Again Ranked Best in Customer Satisfaction by J.D. Power

Microsoft Launches Ad-Free Pandora Radio for Windows Phone 8

Sears Sets Lampert's Salary at $1

Even as Jobless Claims Tick Up, Trend Heads Lower

U.S. Home Prices Rise to 2009 Levels

Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index up 1.1% for March

Existing Home Sales and Supply Up for February

YouTube Now as Big as Facebook

Gold, Soybeans Rise in Trading

Drivers Face High Gas Prices Despite U.S. Oil Boom

Schmidt: Google to Keep Android and Chrome OS Distinct


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