Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Tweet News: October 2, 2012

Good Morning, Cyber Zombies,

The Tweet News Headlines for October 2, 2012.

3-Foot-long gator found in Brooklyn home.

@Breaking News
More: Vatican orders investigation of its own police force for suspected abuse of Papal Butler in 1st phase of detainment.

@Huffington Post
Samsung can finally start selling one of its tablets in the US again.
EU group recommends breaking up banks.

@CBS New York
No shortage of confidence Brooklyn title-taking Nets.

@Hollywood Soup
'Beasts' new burden, No SAG Awards

@New York Post
Mayor Bloomberg bribed NYC Cabbies with fare hike: taxi owners.

@BBC Breaking News
France drops investigation into Washington "gang rape" allegations against ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss Khan.

@Drudge Report
Property owners face new federal surtax- for medicare.
Al Qaeda rises in North Africa.

@OK!! Magazine USA
Update: Reps say Christina Aguliera never dished to record execs about pressure to be thin.

@CNN Money
U.S. Stocks rise at the open, with investors keeping their focus on developments in Europe. DOW gain 37 points.

@Good Morning America
Diaper shortage possible after plant explosion?

@NBC News
Two U.S. Border Agents shot, one fatally, near Naco, Arizona.

@CNN Politics
Supreme Court possibilities if Obama is re-elected or Ronmey wins election

@Reuters Top News
At least 26 students killed in attack on student residence in northeast Nigera: College Spokesman.

@ABC News Radio
Tax policy center spells out repercussions of "Fiscal Cliff".

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