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Saturday, May 3, 2008

The Morning News

posted by on May 3 at 9:03 AM

posted by news intern Chris Kissel

Whoops: Hospital damaged, workers injured after U.S. strike in Sadr City.

Back to work: After nation-wide moratorium, thirty-five states get ready to kill some people.

Back to the polls: Zimbabwe opposition party weighs possibility of run-off election.

Russert vs. Stephanopoulos: The other big rivalry of the year.

Food woes: In the face of skyrocketing food prices, Asian Development Bank worries about gains made in reduction of poverty.

: Microsoft gives in, makes higher bid for Yahoo.

Ace Smith, Clinton strategist: Preparing North Carolina for Hillary Clinton.

Indiana: Looking good for Obama.

Liver patient dies: Medical-marijuana user’s death demands a second look at hospital policy.

Taxed books: Amazon suing over New York’s sales tax law.

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These food shortages are really starting to freak me out.

Posted by catnextdoor | May 3, 2008 2:44 PM

In a news flash!

MS would not meet Yahoo's demand of $37/share, so the DEAL IS OFF.

Cringely called this one perfectly!
It was just a scorched-earth policy from the beginning-

Posted by Karlheinz Arschbomber | May 3, 2008 6:28 PM

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