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Jon Huntsman Is Smooth Candidate on Bumpy Ride: Margaret Carlson

Bloomberg -
Margaret Carlson is a former White House correspondent for TIME, where in 1994 she became the magazine's first woman columnist.
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Mexican police nab top drug cartel boss

Hindustan Times -
Mexican police have captured the top boss of the notorious La Familia drug cartel in a raid, a government spokesman said on Tuesday, adding the violent gang's leadership had been destroyed.

Amtrak temporarily suspends service at Minot, other ND cities

Minot Daily News -
Amtrak's "Empire Builder" service is temporarily being suspended between St. Paul, Minn., and Havre, Mont., with no alternate transportation available between those points until further notice, Amtrak officials said.

Bam BREAKS DOWN at Ryan Dunn Crash Site -
Bam Margera visited the crash site where his best friend and fellow "Jackass" star Ryan Dunn died -- and he was so overcome with emotion he could barely put together a sentence.

US unveils grim new warning images for cigarette packs

Los Angeles Times -
Graphic images, including a man blowing smoke from a hole in his neck, are aimed at getting smokers to quit. But experts warn that consumers may grow complacent about them.

Naked Access, PCAOB Reports, JPMorgan, Electric Cars: Compliance

Bloomberg -
The four largest US stock market operators asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to delay implementation of rules governing how brokers send orders to venues, including a ban on unsupervised, ...

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Syrian Regime's Backers Take a Turn at Protest

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Syrian supporters of President Bashar al-Assad took to the streets in large demonstrations in several cities, as the regime and its supporters threw their weight behind the leader's offers of reform.

Russian Passenger Jet Crash Kills 44

New York Times -
Timur Khanov/Komsomolskaya Pravda, via AP By ANDREW E. KRAMER MOSCOW - A passenger jet crashed a few hundred yards away from an airport in northern Russia , killing 44 of the 52 people aboard, emergency officials said on Tuesday.

Obama to Unveil Plan for Troop Drawdown

Wall Street Journal -
Dajha, left, and KeAndre walk with their father, Sgt. DeAndre Holloway, after his return to Fort Carson, Colo., from Afghanistan last week.

Iraq violence intensifies as talks continue on US troop presence

Washington Post -
AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES - Men inspect the destruction at a liquor warehouse that was targeted by a car bomb explosion in central Baghdad.

Sagging Economy Draws Attention to War Spending

New York Times -
American troops in Afghanistan, where the United States has spent $120 billion this year alone on military and civilian projects. By HELENE COOPER WASHINGTON - President Obama will talk about troop numbers in Afghanistan when he makes a prime-time ...

Casey Anthony Trial Day 24: Caylee drowned to death - true or fiction?

International Business Times -
The trial of Casey Anthony resumed on Tuesday (Day 24) with the prosecutors doubting the defense lawyer's claim that Casey's 2-year-old daughter Caylee died by drowning in the family swimming pool.

CIA Director Panetta Gets Senate Nod as Next Defense Secretary

BusinessWeek -
By Tony Capaccio June 22 (Bloomberg) -- The US Senate unanimously approved Central Intelligence Agency director Leon Panetta as the nation's 23rd defense secretary, to wind down wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and improve cyber defenses in a time of ...

Gingrich Had Second Line of Credit at Tiffany's, Campaign Says

Fox News -
AP June 16: Newt Gingrich speaks at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans. News reports of another pricey Tiffany's credit account may hurt his candidacy.

GAO: leaks at aging nuke sites difficult to detect

Seattle Post Intelligencer -
ADVANCE FOR USE MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 AND THEREAFTER - This photo made available by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission shows a 10-gallon-per-minute leak which sprung Oct. 19, 2007, in rusted piping that ...

Euro Decreases, S&P 500 Futures Little Changed Amid Greece Confidence Vote

Bloomberg -
June 21 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Yoshikami, chief investment strategist at YCMNet Advisors, talks about the Greek debt crisis, technology and financial stocks, and his investment strategy.

Asian Shares Rise on Greek Optimism

Wall Street Journal -
SINGAPORE—Asian stock markets were higher on Wednesday as Greece edged closer to resolving its debt crisis, with the improved sentiment helping push the Australian market to a five-session high.

FOREX-Euro off highs after Greek vote, Fed in focus

Reuters -
SYDNEY/SINGAPORE, June 22 (Reuters) - The euro ran into profit-taking in Asia on Wednesday after the Greek government as expected won a vote of confidence in parliament, but further losses may be limited as the market's ...

Yahoo approaches Hulu with buy-up offer: report

NEW YORK - Yahoo! has approached Hulu about a potential acquisition of the US online video entertainment site, though the identity of the prospective buyer remains unclear, The Los Angeles Times said.

Final Cut Pro X is Mac App Store's top seller, but buyer reviews are scathing

BetaNews -
Apple only released the software today, but Final Cut Pro X already is a hit. Perhaps that big price reduction -- to $299.99 -- has something to do with buyers' enthusiasm.

With Anonymous and LulzSec, is anyone believable?

In a tweet, LulzSec denies that the arrested UK man was part of the hacker group. For several months hackers have been having a heyday taking down Web sites and leaking data from compromised servers with victims ranging from the CIA and ...

Ron Howard sidetracked from 'The Dark Tower' by Formula 1 racer?

Entertainment Weekly -
Ron Howard is in talks to direct a true-life Formula 1 racing drama by screenwriter Peter Morgan (Frost/Nixon, The Queen), casting further doubt on his planned trilogy and TV series adaptation of Stephen King's gunslinging fantasy ...

James 'Jimmy Henchman' Rosemond Arrested By Feds -
DEA confirms to MTV News that Czar Entertainment honcho was apprehended and arraigned on drug charges in New York City. By Rob Markman The manhunt for hip-hop music executive James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond ended Tuesday afternoon (June 21), ...

NFL owners near agreement on proposal

Chicago Sun-Times -
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell speaks during a news conference at the NFL football owners meetings in Rosemont, Ill., Tuesday, June 21, 2011.

Moreland's blast lifts Rangers to win in 11th

Fort Worth Star Telegram -
ARLINGTON -- Rangers first baseman Mitch Moreland hit a walk-off home run in the 11th inning off of Houston reliever Enerio Del Rosario to give Texas a come-from-behind 5-4 victory at Rangers Ballpark ...

NBA, players union trade proposals with potential lockout looming

San Jose Mercury News -
AP Talk of a potential lockout for the NBA was tempered by a significant move by the league in collective bargaining Tuesday in New York.

Despite breathtaking NCAA charges, UNC's Davis may survive -
Former UNC assistant John Blake, seen here in a 2005 photo, is accused of steering players to late NFL agent Gary Wichard. AP If you're an NCAA rules junkie, reading the Notice of Allegations handed down on North Carolina's football program Tuesday ...

Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley lift Phillies past Cardinals

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Intrauterine Devices Safe And Effective, Says American College Of ...

Medical News Today -
IUDs (intrauterine devices) and implants are not only safe for nearly all women of reproductive age, but also the best forms of reversible contraception currently available, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists announced today in a ...

Sotomayor opens up about her diabetes

USA Today -
The parents of Sonia Sotomayor, the future Supreme Court justice, knew something was wrong when their daughter, 7 years old at the time, was always thirsty, began wetting the bed and fainted in church.


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