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For August 10, 2011 – Stocks sink 2% at market open, Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low, defense and prosecution in Michael Jackson case ordered back to court...
• Stocks sink 2% at open in yo-yo market: "U.S. stocks fell sharply at the open Wednesday, following the previous session's huge rally in the aftermath of the Federal Reserve's pledge to keep interest rates exceptionally low through the middle of 2013."
• Federal Reserve plans to keep interest rates low until 2013: "The Federal Reserve painted a much gloomier picture of the economy Tuesday, and indicated it would keep cash cheap and easy for at least two more years."
• Defense & prosecution in Michael Jackson case ordered back to court: "The judge in singer Michael Jackson's involuntary manslaughter case has ordered the prosecution and the defense back to court Wednesday morning to discuss discovery issues."
• Hacker group vows to 'kill Facebook': "Apparently, "Anonymous" won't be accepting your friend request. Members of the shadowy collective known for its politically motivated Web hacks and attacks are targeting Facebook for what they claim to be the social-networking giant's misuse of personal information."
• Is, 'The Help' heroic or stereotyping?: "As the film "The Help" opens nationwide today, it faces the same challenges and criticisms of the best-selling novel of the same name." Bryce Dallas Howard, who plays the role of Hilly, will be on "Piers Morgan Tonight" later this week.