Thursday, July 26, 2012

With the Olympics Games as a backdrop, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney met Thursday with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, beginning a day of meetings with Britain's most powerful people. The likely GOP nominee sought ...to send a message that he recognizes the close bonds between the U.S. and its top ally — and to project an image of leadership.

"We have a very special relationship between the United States and Great Britain," Romney told NBC News in an interview in London on the first day of a weeklong overseas trip that will also take him to Israel and Poland. "It goes back to our very beginnings cultural and historical."

Romney seeks foreign clout in London
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Presumptive GOP nominee meets U.K. leaders to bolster foreign credentials, and show off his Olympic prowess

Literary city of dreaming spires

Oxford’s contribution to literature is unparalleled, with local writers like JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, Phillip Pullman and Lewis Carroll inspired by its streets and landmarks.
Syrian rivals reinforce Aleppo
Syrian rebels are reinforcing in preparation for a major battle in Aleppo, a BBC reporter says, as government forces reportedly head to the city.
UK defends Games after Romney doubts
The UK prime minister comes to the defence of the London 2012 Olympics, after Mitt Romney said preparations for the Games had been "disconcerting".
• National security leaks will put US lives at risk unless there is an effective crackdown, head of the Special Operations Command Admiral McRaven says at the Aspen Security Forum.
Cross veterans safariThe Washington Post ‏@washingtonpost
Romney camp calls for investigation after group sends voter registration forms to dogs, dead Virginians: http://wapo.st/MHViQ2

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

"The ruling gives a constitutional green light to a wide range of gun restrictions." Scalia said the Court's decision "should not be taken to cast doubt" on many existing restrictions against gun possession, including handgun possession by felons and the mentally ill, possession in schools and government buildings and rules governing commercial arms sale. Says Henigan: "I don't think that there is any federal gun control law that's likely to be struck down."

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1818325,00.html#ixzz21fwd0RzU
Romney responds to Aurora shooting: Change hearts, not gun laws http://wapo.st/MIQCcL
Jerry Seinfeld volta aos palcos do stand-up em NY. http://migre.me/a2nSP

Jonathan Bernstein: CBO reminds GOP what health reform actually does http://wapo.st/OfuOqX
Groenlandia se derrite en tiempo récord. Esto es lo que sucedió: http://on.cnn.com/P06Mwh
Greenland melts in record time. This is what happened: http://on.cnn.com/P06Mwh (Translated by Bing )
Carnival of carnivals

The party goes all year in the Caribbean, so the saying goes. Ryan Ver Berkmoes hops from island to island to follow the festivities.


Protecting Australia's 'hidden gem'

With rare wildlife, walking trails and national parks, Tasmania is a popular travel destination. But what is the effect of mass tourism on a delicate environment?
Is Spain sailing towards a bailout? A Invencivel Armada vai navegar para a destruição ?

The southern European country is playing down speculation that it will require a general bailout, but with mounting debts and a shrinking economy, is it a case of when rather than if?

Mona Lisa's bones ?

Archaeologists believe they have unearthed a skeleton belonging to the muse for Da Vinci's famous painting. Alan Johnston reports from Florence


Liverpool 'must take Carroll hit'
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says Liverpool must accept a significant loss if they are to sell striker Andy Carroll.
Organization faces fresh scrutiny as Florida representative calls for public hearing and increased oversight after a woman dies following an abortion at a Chicago clinic.

Too many cooks spoil the broth. clooney cqc lourenço galeno mond

It means that if too many people try to do the same thing, they end up ruining it. If you have too many cooks trying to cook one broth or soup, they get in each other's way and end up adding the wrong things.

It means that a simple thing like a broth (or a movie script) is better when it doesn't have many authors contributing to it.

If more than one cook handles one pot of soup the ingredients like salt, for example, may be doubled or tripled (according to how many cooks handle the pot) thus spoiling it.

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_'too_many_cooks_spoil_the_broth'_mean#ixzz21dvcfFRA
Carnival of carnivals
The party goes all year in the Caribbean, so the saying goes. Ryan Ver Berkmoes hops from island to island to follow the festivities.
Protecting Australia's 'hidden gem'
With rare wildlife, walking trails and national parks, Tasmania is a popular travel destination. But what is the effect of mass tourism on a delicate environment?
Is Spain sailing towards a bailout?
The southern European country is playing down speculation that it will require a general bailout, but with mounting debts and a shrinking economy, is it a case of when rather than if?
Mona Lisa's bones?
Archaeologists believe they have unearthed a skeleton belonging to the muse for Da Vinci's famous painting. Alan Johnston reports from Florence.

Liverpool 'must take Carroll hit'
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew says Liverpool must accept a significant loss if they are to sell striker Andy Carroll.
Organization faces fresh scrutiny as Florida representative calls for public hearing and increased oversight after a woman dies following an abortion at a Chicago clinic.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Eight face phone
hacking charges

Eight people, including Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, will face a total of 19 charges relating to phone hacking, prosecutors announce.

The mother of all road trips
As the Berlin Wall fell, Gunther Holtorf and his wife set out on what was meant to be a tour of Africa. 23 years later and with more than 800,000km on the clock, he and his vehicle Otto are still going.

Fierce battles in Syria's Aleppo
Fierce fighting is reported in Syria's commercial centre, Aleppo, as rebels launch a major offensive to try to capture the city.



DNA race to unlock ageing secrets

A race to unlock genetic clues behind living to 100 will begin next year, with a US team announcing its intention to compete for the $10m genetics X Prize.





Dem Turns to White House for Leaks
AP

Democratic leader of the Senate Intelligence Committee Sen. Dianne Feinstein says White House appears to be responsible for some leaks of classified information.

Welfare Work Change Sparks Outcry
GOP Lawmaker Tries Pipeline End Run
OPINION: Last Chance for Keystone Pipeline
Obama: Romney Twisted 'You Didn't Build That'


President says GOP challenger took his comment linking business owners to government help out of context

Obama Blasts Republicans on Defense Cuts in VFW Speech
Worker Allegedly Set Nuke Sub Fire to Leave Early


Worker is accused of causing $400M in damages to sub docked in Maine in anxious ploy to leave work early

Source: Massacre Gunman Had Extensive Firepower


Colo. shooting attack may have been even worse if deaths had matched gunman's firepower, source says

Movie Massacre Suspect Makes First Court Appearance
Demand for Guns in Colorado Jumps in Wake of Massacre
3 Men Arrested in Separate 'Dark Knight Rises' Incidents
PHOTOS: Colo. Movie Massacre
Warner Bros. to Contribute to Aurora Relief Fund
How DC Responds to Violence
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Monday, July 23, 2012

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Despite concerted Democratic attacks on his business record, Republican challenger Mitt Romney scores a significant advantage over President Obama when it comes to managing the economy, reducing the federal budget deficit and creating jobs, a national USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds.


Poll: Romney preferred over Obama to handle the economy
www.usatoday.com
Americans rate Romney better than Obama in handling the economy, despite unrelenting Democratic attacks on his record at Bain.

What a joke !! They destroyed the worlds economy
Tax cuts (3 trillion dollars) deregulations and Bush’s wars (4 trillion dollars) : the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression
Obama is really saving the country
What a joke !! They destroyed the worlds economy
Tax cuts (3 trillion dollars) deregulations and Bush’s wars (4 trillion dollars) : the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression
Obama is really saving the country

1. The mass shooting in Colorado took mostly young lives: http://on.wsj.com/LDT7KV As the names of shooting victims came out, the sheer extent of Aurora, Colorado's wounds started to emerge: a dozen dead, mostly young adults whose lives had be...See More
1. "The ruling gives a constitutional green light to a wide range of gun restrictions." Scalia said the Court's decision "should not be taken to cast doubt" on many existing restrictions against gun possession, including handgun possession by felons and the mentally ill, possession in schools and government buildings and rules governing commercial arms sale. Says Henigan: "I don't think that there is any federal gun control law that's likely to be struck down."

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1818325,00.html#ixzz21UtDoB3t The mass shooting in Colorado took mostly young lives: http://on.wsj.com/LDT7KV As the names of shooting victims came out, the sheer extent of Aurora, Colorado's wounds started to emerge: a dozen dead, mostly young adults whose lives had be...
The mass shooting in Colorado took mostly young lives: http://on.wsj.com/LDT7KV As the names of shooting victims came out, the sheer extent of Aurora, Colorado's wounds started to emerge: a dozen dead, mostly young adults whose lives had be...en cut short. Fifty-eight physically injured, many badly, most hit by bullets.

1. In this photo, two people hugged Saturday at a vigil at Gateway High School in Aurora, Colo., for Alexander J. Boik, who was a student at the school and was killed in the theater shooting. (Photo/Associated Press) The suspect accused in Friday's theater shooting in Colorado amassed 3,000 rounds of handgun ammunition, 3,000 rounds for an assault rifle and 350 shells for a 12-gauge shotgun over the Internet. "It was pretty much as easy as ordering a book from Amazon," writes The New York Times’ Jack Healy.

Should the government create more limits on ammunition sales online?


Suspect Bought Large Stockpile of Rounds Online
nyti.ms
The 24-year-old man accused of killing a dozen people inside a Colorado movie theater gathered what the police called a 6,000-round arsenal legally and easily.

1. Op-Ed columnist Paul Krugman writes, “It would be hard for most people to stay focused on the big picture in the face of short-run fluctuations. When the mercury is high and the crops are withering, everyone talks about it, and some make the connection to global warming. But let the days grow a bit cooler and the rains fall, and inevitably people’s attention turns to other matters.”


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1. Yes, weather fluctuates, and that variability is making climate change even harder to fight. Op-Ed columnist Paul Krugman writes, “It would be hard for most people to stay focused on the big picture in the face of short-run fluctuations. When the mercury is high and the crops are withering, everyone talks about it, and some make the connection to global warming. But let the days grow a bit cooler and the rains fall, and inevitably people’s attention turns to other matters.”


Loading the Climate Dice
nyti.ms
Yes, weather fluctuates, and that variability is making climate change even harder to fight.
La inactividad física provoca una de cada 10 muertes a nivel mundial, según una serie de estudios: http://on.cnn.com/MD1qsT Y tú, ¿qué tan sedentario eres? ¿Cada cuánto haces ejercicio?
Physical inactivity causes one of every 10 deaths worldwide, according to a series of studies: http://on.cnn.com/MD1qsT and thou, what as sedentary? How often do you exercise? (Translated by Bing )
Wiggins turns focus to Olympics
Bradley Wiggins will immediately focus on his London 2012 preparations following his historic Tour de France victory.
Deadly Iraq attacks kill scores
A wave of bomb attacks and shootings in Baghdad and north of the Iraqi capital kills at least 107 people, say security and medical officials.
• Suspect Silent as He Heads to Court
James Holmes, accused of opening fire inside an Aurora, Colo., movie theater, killing 12 and wounding 58, heads to court this morning as investigators and prosecutors ready their case — and consider the death penalty. 394607_

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Scalia said the Court's decision "should not be taken to cast doubt" on many existing restrictions against gun possession, including handgun possession by felons and the mentally ill, possession in schools and government buildings and rules... governing commercial arms sale. Says Henigan: "I don't think that there is any federal gun control law that's likely to be struck down."

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1818325,00.html#ixzz21OCa4vhn


Our forefathers didn't know about the AR 15.
Scalia said the Court's decision "should not be taken to cast doubt" on many existing restrictions against gun possession, including handgun possession by felons and the mentally ill, possession in schools and government buildings and rules governing commercial arms sale. Says Henigan: "I don't think that there is any federal gun control law that's likely to be struck down."

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1818325,00.html#ixzz21OCa4vhn

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Carmel Myers as Tanis Judique and Willard Louis as George F. Babbitt in the 1924 Warner Brothers production of Sinclair Lewis' satirical masterpiece "Babbitt". Unfortunately, like many silent films, no copies of this film are known to exist.Este es Matt McQuinn, el joven que perdió su vida por salvar a su novia en el tiroteo de Colorado al ponerse como escudo entre ella y el atacante. Y tú, ¿darías tu vida por salvar a otro? http://on.cnn.com/OPhOEz
This is Matt McQuinn, the young man who lost his life to save his girlfriend in the Colorado shooting put as a shield between it and the attacker. And you can give your life to save another? http://on.CNN.com/OPhOEz (Translated by Bing )

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wait, Investors Paid Germany To Hold Their Cash?
www.npr.org
Government debt auctions have been turned on their head in a few places recently, with investors promising to pay interest rather than receiving it. We examine what it might mean.


"I certainly, if I'm being honest with you, don't think you write as good a song on cocaine as you do when you're normal," says Elton John
" Elton John: Old Songs, Old Friends, New Perspectives
www.npr.org
In his new memoir Love Is the Cure, John says his struggles with addiction have left him stronger as both a man and a

For a nominee to America’s highest office, a clear and transparent reporting of his finances should be nothing more than routine, argue CNN Opinion contributors Edward D. Kleinbard and Peter C. Canellos. See their point of view and tell us if you agree. http://on.cnn.com/LrELxf

Why won't Romney release more tax returns? - CNN.com
www.cnn.com
Edward Kleinbard and Peter Canellos: Anyone who aspires to America's highest office should be thoroughly vetted.
Ron Paul to Mitt Romney: Release tax returns
www.politico.com
Texas Rep. Ron Paul said Tuesday that Mitt Romney should release more of his tax returns, adding to the pressure on the GOP nominee to share personal financial

With the growing conviction that the Assad family’s 42-year grip on power in Syria is coming to an end, Obama administration officials worked on contingency plans Wednesday for a collapse of the Syrian government, focusing particularly on the chemical weapons that Syria is thought to possess and that President Bashar al-Assad could try to use on opposition forces and civilians.

Washington Begins to Plan for Collapse of Syrian Government
www.nytimes.com
Obama administration officials have started working on contingency plans for a collapse of the Syrian government, focusing
Washington Begins to Plan for Collapse of Syrian Government www.nytimes.com
Obama administration officials have started working on contingency plans for a collapse of the Syrian government

Economic Fears Hurting Obama, Poll Indicates www.nytimes.com
Some 39 percent now say they approve of the way the president is handling the economy, and 55
GlobalPost
The SCAF presented itself as the shepherd of Egypt’s transition to democracy. Instead, SCAF trampled rights of Egyptians across the board, repressing speech and public gatherings and preserving an unfair justice system.

Worse than Mubarak: SCAF’s assault on Egyptian rights
www.globalpost.com
Egypt’s military council uses whips, sticks and decrees to perpetuate the armed forces’ power and wealth.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Will Egypt be a country be run by Islamists elected by the people or by more secular-minded generals whose writ depends on coercion and on institutions entrenched during 60 years of military rule—and will the courts re-emerge as a respected institution? http://econ.st/NVyCNM
Brothers v generals, again
econ.st
TEN days after formally assuming Egypt’s presidency, Muhammad Morsi, a Muslim Brother, threw down the gauntlet to the generals who are plainly still determined to have the final say in running the country.
LIBERALS IN L
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Here's the real story of Mitt Romney and the 2002 Salt Lake City Games.
Tweets 7h CNN Breaking News ‏@cnnbrk

Nazi war crimes suspect arrested in ‪#Hungary‬. http://on.cnn.com/Q5uUF3

Bomb that killed Syria officials was planted, not suicide attack, rebel leader says. http://on.cnn.com/Q5Hbt7

Israeli tourist bus explodes in Bulgaria, foreign ministry says. http://on.cnn.com/Q5RxsQ

3 dead in ‪#Bulgaria‬ bus blast, official says. http://on.cnn.com/LrZO2S

Who's who in Bashar al-Assad's inner circle? http://wapo.st/NWr1ys

Report: ‪#HSBC‬ lax in preventing money laundering by cartels, terrorists. http://on.cnn.com/O3L2mz

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Clinton urges cooperation in Egypt
By Reem Abdellatif
The secretary of State spoke to the top military commander about the trasition to civilian rule, but Tantawi later suggested the power struggle between the army and Islamists was not over.

UN GIGANTE EN CRISIS
China crece menos y dispara alarmas en la economía global
Sólo crecerá 7,6% en el segundo trimestre del año, la peor tasa desde 2009.
"Top 5 Myths About the Internet"
electronics.howstuffworks.com/...myths/5-myths...
There are many myths about the Internet. Do you know what is true and what is not? Take a look at these five myths about the Internet and learn more.

"Top 10 Myths About Apple"
electronics.howstuffworks.com/...myths/5-myths...
Do you know the myths about Apple? Do you know what is true about this mega company? Take a look at these 10 myths about Apple to learn more.

Five myths about white people The Washington Post
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10 Feb 2012 For decades, trends in American life have usually been analyzed through the prism of race, with white Americans serving as the reference point ...

Five myths about marriage The Washington Post
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25 May 2012 Late spring is upon us, and with it comes wedding season. It's a magical time of year that inspires a peculiar mix of sentimental stories about ...

Five Myths About Drinking Water NPR
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The five myths about contemporary classical music

Contemporary classical music is devoid of melody and appeal, all noise and no fun. At least, that's the cliche. But this is music that is very much ...

Five myths about Title IX espnW
espn.go.com/espnw/title-ix/.../five-myths-title-ix How does the law affect men's college sports? Perhaps not in the ways you think.

Five Myths About Marijuana
checkyourself.com/fivemyths.aspx
Five Myths About Marijuana 1. MYTH: Marijuana is Harmless TRUTH: Sure, it can't directly kill you – but that doesn't mean that pot is risk-free. Regular ...

5 Myths about 7 Books
catholiceducation.org/articles/.../ap0120.html I call these explanations "myths" because they are either incorrect or simply inadequate reasons for rejecting these books of Scripture. Let's explore the five most ...

The 5 myths of the great financial meltdown
The Term Sheet ...
finance.fortune.cnn.com/.../financial-crisis-myths... Five years after the U.S. economy teetered on collapse, here are fivereasons why we need to stop pointing fingers and fix the problems that ...
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This month the Clinton Foundation's Cataracts Surgery project in Peru will reach 40,000 surgeries.

Thanks to the help of 46 private clinics and 26 public hospitals, we're continuing to restore sight and rebuild lives in these communities.

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Op-Ed columnist Paul Krugman writes, "In a better America, Mitt Romney would be running for president on the strength of his major achievement as governor of Massachusetts: a health reform that was identical in all important respects to the health reform enacted by President Obama."
Off and Out With Mitt Romney
nyti.ms
All the talk of offshoring and outsourcing has Mitt Romney on the defense. But what was good for Bain Capital definitely would not be good for America.

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Obama Won't Apologize for Attacks
AP
President Obama says he 'won't be apologizing' for recent attacks on Mitt Romney's record at Bain Capital amid accusations the financial company outsourced jobs and that the GOP rival misrepresented his position.

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Syria in 'civil war'

Red Cross
www.bbc.co.uk
Syria is now in a state of civil war, the Red Cross says, meaning combatants will now be subject to the Geneva Conventions

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U.N. observers verify air assault on Syrian town
www.cbsnews.com
Kofi Annan "shocked and appalled" by reports of attack with heavy weaponry on town, which activist says killed

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Race to help Japan flood victims
Japanese troops airlift supplies to thousands trapped in mountainous districts cut off by floods on the southern island of Kyushu

Friday, July 6, 2012

1. Germany’s recession in the early 2000s was not your garden variety balance-sheet recession. One of its main causes was that public banks were increasingly exposed to competition as state guarantees were lifted and European financial markets further integrated. Easy financing conditions for German banks, firms and households were coming to an end http://econ.st/NDWMIA


A just-so German story
econ.st

1. Have you heard of The Highwaymen? In the Jim Crow era, a loosely associated collective of African-American artists arose in Florida, supplementing their incomes with the sale of speedy and skilled paintings of the state’s unique landscapes.

This multimedia gallery tells their history, and explores the complications in their legacy.


The Highwaymen
www.npr.org
In the 1960s, a group of African-American painters devised a smart strategy: Paint a lot and paint fast. It worked well for them -- until the fateful day in 1970 when their leader was murdered in a bar. See paintings by

Op-Ed columnist Paul Krugman writes, "In a better America, Mitt Romney would be running for president on the strength of his major achievement as governor of Massachusetts: a health reform that was identical in all important respects to the health reform enacted by President Obama."

Off and Out With Mitt Romney
nyti.ms
All the talk of offshoring and outsourcing has Mitt Romney on the defense. But what was good for Bain Capital definitely would not be good for America.


The New York Times’s chief movie critics, A. O. Scott and Manohla Dargis, ponder the meaning of an apparently invincible genre.

Are you a fan of the modern comic book movie?
What's your favorite superhero film?

Super-Dreams of an Alternate World Order
nyti.ms
The superhero movie is now a Hollywood staple, one corporations and advertisers want a piece of. But what is it selling
More Americans have a negative view of Mitt Romney than a positive one, according to an Economist-YouGov poll released on Thursday.
Poll: Romney favorability rating remains low
thehill.com
Forty-one percent said they have a favorable view of the former Massachusetts governor, compared to 49 percent who said they have an unfavorable opinion.he New York Times’s chief movie critics, A. O. Scott and Manohla Dargis, ponder the meaning of an apparently invincible genre.

Are you a fan of the modern comic book movie?
What's your favorite superhero film?

Super-Dreams of an Alternate World Order
nyti.ms
The superhero movie is now a Hollywood staple, one corporations and advertisers want a piece of. But what is it selling?

Participantes celebram o "chupinazo" para marcar o início do "Festival San Fermín" em frente à Câmara Municipal de Pamplona, ​​norte da Espanha

US economy added 80,000 jobs in June; unemployment rate unchanged at 8.2 percent
wapo.st
WASHINGTON The outlook for the U.S. job market brightened a little Thursday after the government said fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last


Senior Syrian military officer defects
wapo.st
Pro-Assad news outlets, opposition members say Maj. Gen. Manaf Tlas has fled to Turkey.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Reuters
Iran's latest missile system tests, following up on similar tests in 2009, shown above, come on the heels of threats to Israel in the face of new sanctions from the US and Europe over Iran's nuclear program.


Libya frees detained ICC staff
Four staff members from the International Criminal Court held in Libya for four weeks over accusations of spying are released.

Finland questions eurozone deal

UK to hold banking inquiry
Prime Minister David Cameron announces a parliamentary inquiry following the manipulation of inter
bank interest rates which he calls a "scandal".

US sees stronger hints of Higgs
US storm woe endures for millions

The Hill Newspaper
The House as early as next week will pass legislation prohibiting the IRS from receiving any money from the Department of Health and Human Services to implement the 2010 healthcare reform law.
House to prohibit IRS from implementing healthcare law
thehill.com
That finding allowed the individual mandate to stand, and Republicans have already started reorienting their attacks against the law based on the knowledge that it only remains in place because it is an allowable tax.


This is illegal and the Supreme Court will strike down the whole crap
Reuters
Iran's latest missile system tests, following up on similar tests in 2009, shown above, come on the heels of threats to Israel in the face of new sanctions from the US and Europe over Iran's nuclear program.

Libya frees detained ICC staff
Four staff members from the International Criminal Court held in Libya for four weeks over accusations of spying are released.

Finland questions eurozone deal

UK to hold banking inquiry
Prime Minister David Cameron announces a parliamentary inquiry following the manipulation of inter
bank interest rates which he calls a "scandal".

US sees stronger hints of Higgs
US storm woe endures for millions

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Paul Krugman: If You Don’t Know Someone Suffering Financially, You Must Be A Romney
2012.talkingpointsmemo.com
Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman on Saturday morning called the current state of the U.S. economy “incredibly awful.”


In 1881 President James Garfield was assassinated by a man rejected from a government job but it wasn't the bullet that killed him; Mo Rocca on how medical care finally killed the president 80 days after he was shot

How doctors killed President Garfield "Sunday Morning" CBS News
www.cbsnews.com

House Speaker John Boehner said the entire health care bill needs "to be ripped out by its roots," and that he would work to repeal the entire bill, even the parts he likes; He also defended Mitt Romney's opposition to individual mandate, even though former Mass. governor had passed a mandate in his state

Boehner defends Romney's critique of individual mandate "Face the Nation" CBS News
www.cbsnews.com


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Chief Justice John Roberts is getting and earful from both sides of the political spectrum http://wapo.st/NkthLB
Spain takes on Italy for the #Euro2012 final. Who do you think will win? Vote in our @SoccerInsider poll! http://wapo.st/LOQfAO
Five myths about the veepstakes: Myth #2 A vice presidential nominee's most important role is to balance the ticket. http://wapo.st/OQQ7kg
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#Turkey scrambles jets as #Syria choppers fly near border. http://on.cnn.com/MjDr4X
Spain takes on Italy for the #Euro2012 final. Who do you think will win? Vote in our @SoccerInsider poll! http://wapo.st/LOQfAOMexicans head to polls to pick new president. http://on.cnn.com/MjBSUN