Monday's Top News Headlines


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Facebook Answers Questions About "Home" and Privacy

Jacobs Engineering Lands $128.4 Million Air Force Contract

Employment Oozes and Labor Force Shrinks in March

Trade Deficit Improves For February

Euro Area Retail Trade Drops by 0.3%

Margaret Thatcher, Britain's "Iron Lady," Dead at 87

Ericsson Buying Microsoft's Mediaroom Business

BP Calls First Witness at Trial Over Gulf Spill

U.S. Treasury Chief Urges EU to Ease Off Austerity

Trial Over Martha Stewart Brand Resumes

Hewlett-Packard Launches New Power-Efficient Servers

Gazprom, Shell to Develop Arctic Oil Fields

Report: Virgin America Best U.S. Airline in 2012

Oil Price Little Changed Ahead of Earnings, Fed

Senate Confirms White to Head SEC

Avon Cutting 400 Employees, Exiting Ireland

"Evil Dead" Tops Weekend Box Office

GE to Acquire Lufkin Industries for $3.3 Billion

Duke Energy CEO Joins Push Urging Congress to Cut Debt

Rates on U.S. Treasury Bills Drop at Auction

Gold Falls, Corn Rebounds in Trading

Obama Budget Plan Revisits Small-Bore Budget Cuts

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