Monday, April 17, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!

The NYT leads:

Suicide Bombing in Israel Kills 9; Hamas Approves
By GREG MYRE and DINA KRAFT

The president of the Palestinian Authority condemned the attack, reflecting a split in the Palestinian leadership.

Storm Evacuees Found to Suffer Health Setbacks
Storm Evacuees Found to Suffer Health Setbacks

Families displaced by Hurricane Katrina are much more likely to have mental disorders, chronic conditions and a lack of health insurance.

Ruined Treasures in Babylon Await an Iraq Without Fighting
Ruined Treasures in Babylon Await an Iraq Without Fighting

Iraqi leaders and U.N. officials are working assiduously to restore the war-ravaged ancient city.

New Chief of Staff Sends Message: The White House Exits Are Open
New Chief of Staff Sends Message: The White House Exits Are Open

Joshua B. Bolten addressed the prospect of personnel changes on his first full weekday at work.

A New Crime Fighter, for $10 in Hay and Oats
A New Crime Fighter, for $10 in Hay and Oats

Long viewed as quaint, horseback policing is undergoing a resurgence in New York and across the country.

Former Illinois Governor Is Convicted in Graft Case
Former Illinois Governor Is Convicted in Graft Case

Jurors found that George Ryan had granted state business to his friends and associates in exchange for cash and gifts.

The WaPo leads:

Osteoporosis Drug Lowers Risk With Fewer Side Effects
Study finds raloxifene, used to treat osteoporosis, lowers risk with fewer side effects, but experts warn more tests are needed to assess overall benefit.

The LA Times leads:
$70.40 a barrel: It's a new record, and the summer travel season's not even here yet. Time to take that hybrid for a test drive?

But inventories are at a high, and this is speculation.

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