Sunday, 7th June 2015

World News

Kurdish party thwarts Erdogan's ambitions with Turkish election advance (Daily Mail)

Royal Navy rescues migrants from Mediterranean death boats off the shore of Libya (Daily Mail)

Police hunting for Lithuanian factory worker, 57, arrest man on suspicion of murder of woman whose decapitated body was found in suitcase (Daily Mail)

Armand Paganelli won the lottery sixteen times in two years at his own store (Daily Mail)

Jogging, shopping and catching the bus: Triple police killer Harry Roberts, 78, seen enjoying his life of freedom following controversial release from prison (Daily Mail)

Tom Hanks' son Chester hunted by police after 'smashing up hotel room' (Daily Mail)

Texas police officer placed on leave after video shows him throwing 14-year-old African American girl to the ground (Independent)

Man and woman injured in M2 crash (BBC)

Police clubs and biker gangs blur lines, drawing concern (CBS News)

Kate Moss escorted from flight by police for being 'disruptive' (Daily Mail)

WorldViews: Britain has no written constitution. Meet the man who drafted one. (Washington Post - Paywall)

Italian leaders vow not to shelter any more rescued migrants (Fox News)

VIDEO: Obama urges UK not to leave EU (BBC)

VIDEO: On board HMS Bulwark as migrants rescued (BBC)

Obama in Germany Ahead of G-7 Summit (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Obama issues defence plea to Cameron (BBC)

Saudi Court Upholds Verdict Against Blogger (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Disabled woman forced to crawl onto American Airlines plane due to lack of ramp (Daily Star)

Morocco cheated out of World Cup vote win' (Daily Star)

France Detains Two Terror Suspects (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Sugar giant Tate & Lyle: Get us out of the European Union, David Cameron (Daily Express)

The weather in May (Guardian)

Joy as Turkish election result puts pro-Kurdish party into parliament (Guardian)

Saudi Strikes Kill Dozens in Yemen (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Hannibal Lecter, Renaissance Man (Newsweek Magazine)

Haitian conjoined twins get help from a native son (CBS News)

Police in Hungary detain 6 activists for vandalizing government's anti-immigration billboard (Fox News)

Harley Street dentist Stephen Nicoll arrested and bailed over wife Helen's death (Daily Mail)

World War Two event marking 70th anniversary sees visitors dress as NAZIS (Daily Mail)

Young Greek radicals don't just want power they want to remake the world | Paul Mason (Guardian)

Lib Dem Lembit pik blasts the party's 'crocodile tears' over Charles Kennedy's death (Daily Mail)

Murderer Dale Cregan refuses to say sorry for killing two police woman (Daily Mail)

Wales swimming accident sees two men die and two rushed to hospital (Daily Mail)

Search for 'Dangerous' Prison Escapees Enters Second Day (NBC News)

Russia and Qatar could lose right to host World Cup (CNN)

Obama Works to Mend U.S.-German Ties at G7 Summit (Time Magazine)

Wiggins smashes world cycling record (CNN)

France Arrests Two More in Church-Attack Terror Plot (NBC News)

Police officer suspended after pool party video shows him pulling gun on teens (Guardian)

Turkish election deals blow to Erdogan's ambitions (Reuters)

Newcastle murder treated by police as possible hate crime (Guardian)

Man held for questioning over Birmingham primary school teacher's death (Daily Express)

Cameron urged by Obama to keep UK defence spending at 2% of GDP (Guardian)

Britain pays ISIS killers' benefits (Daily Star)

Navy comes through for 1,200 terrified migrants as HMS Bulwark saves them off Libyan coast (Daily Express)

Nazis' invade Yorkshire and ruin VE Day tributes (Daily Star)

Baltimore endures spike in crime as police investigate two more killings (Guardian)

Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi issues rare apology after lawyer beaten by police (Fox News)

Russia and Qatar could lose World Cups (Financial Times - Paywall)

Turkish election - in pictures (Guardian)

Election Results Could Hinder Turkeys Erdogan (Newsweek Magazine)

Turkish election outcome is blow to Erdo an and breakthrough for Kurds (Guardian)

Barack Obama enjoys a traditional Bavarian welcome for G7 summit (Daily Mail)

VIDEO: Cabbie screams as man punches through car window and hurls racial abuse at him (Daily Star)

American Pharoah Jockey: I Had Early Hunch About Win (NBC News)

U.S. lawmaker blames China for cyber attack against U.S. government (Reuters)

Austin Police Investigating Viral Pepper Spray Video (NBC News)

Chinese hack may be mapping US government (Financial Times - Paywall)

Man arrested for allegedly hitting female operator during 911 emergency call (Independent)

Will Picking the Right' College Major Get You a Good Job? (Newsweek Magazine)

Woods' woes go on in Ohio last day (BBC)

Nepal earthquake survivors get self-defence classes after sexual assaults (Guardian)

Turkish election: preliminary results suggest ruling party may lose majority (Guardian)

Iraq claims gained ground against ISIS in refinery town (CBS News)

Mocking ISIS to deride sources of evil' (Russia Today)

'Russia & Qatar may lose World Cups' (BBC)

James May and Richard Hammond to turn DOWN £4million Top Gear deal (Daily Mail)

The Guardian view on the flogging of Raif Badawi: Saudi Arabia is in the dock | Editorial (Guardian)

Saudi Arabia hosts UN-backed human rights summit 'on combating religious discrimination' (Independent)

Majority of Met police officers lack confidence in force's leadership (Guardian)

Italian leaders vowing to shelter no more rescued migrants (Fox News)

China likely behind hack of US data, says House homeland security chair (Guardian)

Frustration Builds Over Wait to See Bodies in China (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

Turkish AKP faces tight race to govern alone - partial election results (Reuters)

Oakland Police Fatally Shoot Man Sleeping in Car With Gun (NBC News)

Britain to send an extra 125 troops to Iraq to help fight Isis but Cameron defies Obama on military spending (Independent)

Hip artist and wheelchair user sues American Airlines after she was 'forced to crawl to seat' (Daily Mail)

Fears over asteroid impact which 'will DESTROY the world this SUMMER' (Daily Star)

Liz Kendall refuses to say whether she backs removing benefits from EU migrants (Daily Mail)

Hundreds join Kirkcaldy funeral for man who died in police custody (Guardian)

David Cameron and Barack Obama launch hit squad to battle pandemics like Ebola (Daily Mail)

Slugging beer and sausages, Obama celebrates Germany (CBS News)

Putin Is Isolating Russia From the World (Newsweek Magazine)

Netanyahu ally urges world to accept Israel's hold on Golan (Reuters)

Al Qaeda's North African wing claims two Algerian attacks (Reuters)

American Pharoah proves Triple Crown is still possible (CBS News)

Two men dead in waterfall swimming tragedy (Daily Star)

The Crowning of American Pharoah: Racing's New Champion (NBC News)

Fortune teller 'scams lovesick man out of $700,000' (Independent)

Man pays more than $700,000 to fortuneteller in vain attempt to secure love (Independent)

Obama Toasts Start of G-7 Summit With Local Beer (NBC News)

How to stop ISIS from winning (CNN)

Isis recruiting 'highly trained foreigners' to produce chemical weapons (Independent)

FIFA Auditor: Russia, Qatar World Cups Could Be Taken Away (NBC News)

On Sidelines of G-7 Meeting, Obama and Merkel Strengthen Ties (New York Times - Paywall)

Man born with no PENIS kept it from girlfriend for a year (Daily Star)

On Sidelines of G-7 Meeting, Obama and Merkel Show That Relations Are Mended (New York Times - Paywall)

Turkey votes in potentially game-changing election (Los Angeles Times)

Qatar to be stripped of 2022 World Cup, according to country's whistleblower (Daily Mail)

Funeral held for custody death man (BBC)

Obama Begins G7 Trip With Lighthearted Meeting (Newsweek Magazine)

Migrants Rescued By HMS Bulwark Sparks Some Pretty Intense Tweets (Huffington Post)

Hundreds of migrants arrive in Italian ports as European navies continue rescue efforts (Independent)

A New Spy Novelist for Vladimir Putin's World (Newsweek Magazine)

Massive Manhunt Underway for Two Escaped Killers (NBC News)

Two Men Aged 33 and 21 Dead After Swimming Near Snowdonia Waterfall (Huffington Post)

Israeli tattoo convention sees man hang himself from MEAT HOOKS (Daily Mail)

British warship rescues 1,000 Med migrants as half a million more wait to cross (Daily Express)

Tories campaigning for EU exit fear they may be doomed to defeat (Daily Mail)

More Than 430 Killed in China River Capsizing Are Honored (Time Magazine)

Public donate $10k in one day to NZ Rugby's Jerry Collins' daughter Ayla (Daily Mail)

Saudi airstrikes kill 44, including 20 civilians, in Yemen's capital - reports (Russia Today)

Two men die swimming near waterfall (BBC)

Harry Blackwood was assaulted in cells by four police after a road rage row (Daily Mail)

Turkey goes to polls in election that may decide its president's political future (Washington Post - Paywall)

Why is American Pharoah's name spelled wrong? (CNN)

Fifa Accused Of Rigging 2010 World Cup For South Africa After Morocco Won Vote (Huffington Post)

Saudi air strikes 'kill 44 Yemenis' (BBC)

Ceremonies held for China ship dead (BBC)

Field Day 2015 Review: FKA Twigs And Caribou Kickstart Festival Season At Victoria Park (Huffington Post)

Groom Alistair Robinson 'arrested' by police on his wedding day in internet stunt (Daily Mail)

Obama vows to stand up to Russian 'aggression' (Channel4)

Rio Ferdinand slashes sale price Cheshire mansion by £1.5m after Rebecca's death (Daily Mail)

Is death closer than you think? Take this quiz (CNN)

Turkey votes in divisive election (Financial Times - Paywall)

British warship helps rescue 500 more migrants near Italy (Channel4)

VIDEO: Obama 'forgot to bring lederhosen' to G7 (BBC)

Why Iconic American Bourbon Is Sporting a Foreign Accent (NBC News)

Don't be shy: Challenger banks offer a brave new world for savers (Daily Mail)

At G-7 summit, Obama calls for tough stance against Russia (Los Angeles Times)

Richard Hammond And James May Turn Down £4Million 'Top Gear' Offer, To Launch New Show With Jeremy Clarkson? (Huffington Post)

Police apologise for 'moronic' tweet (BBC)

Spider bites, military checkpoints and a white-knuckle ride through the 'Tunnel of Death': Thrill-seeking couple cycles 11,000 MILES on gruelling trek from China to South Africa (Daily Mail)

ISIS propaganda magazine defending rape & torture removed from sale by Amazon (Russia Today)

'Britain's Got Talent' Winner Jules O'Dwyer's Dog, Matisse, Targeted By Death Threats From Twitter Trolls (Huffington Post)

VIDEO: The school children running a mile a day (BBC)

For some Filipinos, the South China Sea dispute is personal (Washington Post - Paywall)

'Stop behaving like bloody children. We've got an election to win': New evidence of the feuds behind Labour's meltdown - and the moment an aide read the riot act to Miliband, Balls and Douglas Alexander (Daily Mail)

Two Planes Clip Wingtips at Airport (NBC News)

6/6: President Obama praises Beau Biden in eulogy; and a bear beats the odds after Washington wildfire (CBS News)

China cruise ship death toll exceeds 400, victims mourned (Reuters)

American Pharoah: First Triple Crown winner in 37 years (CNN)

Death Toll Rises to 431 in China Ship Disaster (NBC News)

Obama arrives in Germany for G7 (CNN)

China ferry disaster: Rescuers still searching for survivors of worst maritime disaster in decades (Independent)

Barack Obama on G7 unity mission as US president looks to repair German ties (Guardian)

Turkey votes in crucial election (BBC)

Man behind world's best Indian food (CNN)

G7: Your demands from world leaders (CNN)

Death toll rises in South Korea (CNN)

China military stresses Party control in face of 'liberal' enemies (Reuters)

Did George get hold of the computer? Kensington Palace forced to delete gobbledegook tweet sent from official account... But were they hacked? (Daily Mail)

Model wife of rapper Sean Paul claims she has suffered since Usain Bolt moved in next door two years ago (Daily Mail)

3,480 migrants rescued on the Med (CNN)

Three-year-old girl dies after bouncy castle blows away in China (Guardian)

US struggles for South China Sea strategy (Financial Times - Paywall)

Obama bonds with baby in Oval Office (CNN)

Fifth Mers death in South Korea (BBC)

Toddler among 406 dead in China (CNN)

Sean Connery in a rage and the leading man who had it in for Helen Mirren: Veteran director John Boorman reveals the on-set secrets of some of his biggest hits (Daily Mail)

Hungary first European country to sign up for China Silk Road plan (Reuters)

3-year-old dies after bouncy castle outside supermarket blows into air in China (Fox News)

NASA to try again to get saucer flying (CNN)

Saudi Arabia Shoots Down Missile Fired From Yemen (New York Times - Paywall)

What REALLY happened to doomed hot air balloon flight that killed 19 passengers on dream day which turned into carnage (Daily Mail)

Navy flagship races across the Mediterranean to save thousands of migrants stranded on sinking boats as HALF A MILLION refugees amass in Libya in bid to reach Europe (Daily Mail)

Murder probe launched into shock death of top Harley Street dentist's wife after villagers heard 'incredibly loud bang' at their £1.5million home (Daily Mail)

Top British diplomat in Bali had sleazy phone sex with suspected drugs kingpin of a cocaine smuggling plot that put Gloucestershire grandmother on death row (Daily Mail)

China ferry disaster search area is extended 1,000km down Yangtze river (Guardian)

5th MERS death in South Korea (CNN)

Get New York Times' WhatsApp Alerts on Pope's Latin America Trip (New York Times - Paywall)

SAS HQ chiefs are summoned to death march trio's inquest as medical staff face charges over 'negligence' (Daily Mail)

For sale on Amazon, the ISIS propaganda magazines that justify rape, kidnap and murder... with gift-wrapping service and free UK delivery (Daily Mail)

He Did It! Fans Delight After American Pharoah's Win (NBC News)

Taiwan coast guard launches new ships as South China Sea tensions rise (Reuters)

Cameron faces showdown with Obama over £500m defence cuts as pair meet at the G7 economic summit in Germany today (Daily Mail)

UK warns 500,000 migrants could try Mediterranean crossing (Washington Post - Paywall)

Libyan gains may offer ISIS a base for new attacks (Washington Post - Paywall)

Mers virus outbreak: South Korea reports fifth death as cases rise to 64 (Guardian)

Riot police fire pepper spray at G7 (CNN)

Furious train passengers to get cold hard cash instead of vouchers as compensation for rail delays (Daily Mail)

American Dream: Pharoah Races Into History With Triple Crown (NBC News)

Canada Women 1-0 China Women (BBC)

Sunbed industry sees 80 per cent boom in business as men turn to high-powered machines to get Joey Essex look (Daily Mail)

Heart-warming moment tiny baby is rescued by Irish sailors from boat packed with hundreds of migrants in the Mediterranean (Daily Mail)

BBC star Nick Robinson tells of his courageous efforts to return to work for the election - but admits the battle is not over (Daily Mail)

American Pharoah wins Triple Crown (BBC)

Turkey's Erdogan may see ambitions checked by parliamentary election (Washington Post - Paywall)

WATCH: American Pharoah Makes Triple Crown History (NBC News)

More than 30 people taken to hospital after two huge lightning bolts strike German music festival attended by more than 90,000 rock fans (Daily Mail)

American Pharoah Takes First Triple Crown Since 1978 (Newsweek Magazine)

Veterans of D-Day mark 71st anniversary of the day the tide turned in Normandy (Daily Mail)

American Pharoah Wins 1st Triple Crown in 37 Years (Time Magazine)

Warning from Europe: you can't always get what you want (Guardian)

Two convicted murderers make Shawshank Redemption-style escape from New York prison (Independent)

Heroes of D Day go again to beaches that saw landings hell...and triumph (Daily Express)

Alton Towers stays shut for the fifth day after horrific roller-coaster crash (Daily Star)

Nigel Farage: UKIP needs to start a ground war NOW to get out of the EU (Daily Express)

American Pharoah Becomes 12th Horse to win Triple Crown (NBC News)

American Pharoah Chases the Triple Crown at Belmont Stakes (NBC News)

Houthi rebels fire Scud missile from Yemen into Saudi Arabia (Washington Post - Paywall)

'We don't care if she's 98... she's not dead, so get her cash': MoS exposes tactics of cynical call centre used by Britain's biggest charities including Oxfam, Cancer Research UK and the RSPCA (Daily Mail)

Surprising Saudi Rises as a Prince Among Princes (New York Times - Paywall)

Riot police clash with anti-capitalist protesters ahead of the G7 summit in Germany as Cameron vows to tackle the 'cancer' of corruption after FIFA bribery scandal (Daily Mail)

Britain throws weight behind plans for flying-doctor unit to tackle world diseases (Independent)

Women's World Cup 2015: How female football is reaching a cultural tipping point (Independent)

Can this man break cycling's toughest record? (CNN)

68 migrants found locked in containers (CNN)

Obama lets emotions show at Beau Bidens funeral (CBS News)

Turks to vote in election set to shape Erdogan's legacy (Reuters)

Turkey election: Deadly blast at Kurdish rally casts cloud over poll day (Independent)

Two Ohio Teens Apprehended After Alleged Crime Spree (NBC News)

Protesters and police clash as G7 leaders prepare to discuss corruption and trade (Guardian)

Sympathy and solidarity for migrants on Kos beaches as two worlds collide (Guardian)

Nike fights on two fronts as brand is linked to bribery and doping allegations (Guardian)

Brittney Griner files for annulment a day after wife announces pregnancy (Guardian)

Triple Threat? Can American Pharoah End Horse Racing's Drought (NBC News)

Saturday Sessions: The Tallest Man on Earth performs "Like The Wheel" (CBS News)

Scud missile fired at Saudi Arabia as 38 Yemenis reported killed (Reuters)

Man Charged with Hate Crime in N.Y. Subway Attack (NBC News)

Obama leads tributes to Beau Biden (BBC)

Saturday Sessions: The Tallest Man on Earth performs "Fields of our Home" (CBS News)

Third World War being fought piecemeal': Pope Francis slams global atmosphere of war' (Russia Today)

Cameron wants world corruption purge (BBC)

Saturday Sessions: The Tallest Man on Earth performs "Sagres" (CBS News)

Major manhunt launched as two convicted murderers escape prison (Daily Star)

German police clash with anti-G7 protesters day before summit (Russia Today)

300 More Bodies Found in China Ship Disaster (New York Times - Paywall)

More than 2,000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean, operations ongoing (Reuters)

American Pharoah tries to become king of racing (CBS News)

Obama Pays Tribute to Beau Biden, a 'Man of Character' (NBC News)

Cyprus police arrest 2nd suspect in 5-ton ammonium nitrate seizure (Fox News)

Iraqi troops, militias repel ISIS in Anbar province (Fox News)

Cursed sports cities: Cleveland and Oakland try to get off the list (CBS News)

Erdogan's Bid for More Powers the Main Issue in Turkish Election (Newsweek Magazine)

Task for Obama at Group of 7 Is to Reinforce Stance Against Russia (New York Times - Paywall)

Man sought after torso found in case (BBC)

And the winner of the Jihad World Cup is (Russia Today)

Nuclear power stations should be designed to be beautiful to get the public on side (Daily Mail)

Was China Behind the Latest Hack Attack? I Don't Think So (Newsweek Magazine)

Blasts kill 2 at Turkish election rally (Financial Times - Paywall)

Migrant crisis: HMS Bulwark sailing at top speed to rescue thousands of migrants near Libya (Independent)

Many tears, few answers at site of China ship tragedy; death toll jumps to 406 (Los Angeles Times)

Rebuilding a Roman death trap: Ancient machine that carried animals into Rome's Colosseum reconstructed by archaeologists (Independent)

Germany sold arms to Saudi Arabia to secure its vote for 2006 World Cup report (Russia Today)

UK border guards unable to cope' with volume of migrants (Russia Today)

UKIP 'to get cracking' on EU vote (BBC)

Saudi Arabia Says It Shot Down Scud Missile Fired From Yemen (Wall Street Journal - Paywall)

LAPD officers 'justified' in deadly shooting of mentally ill black man - report (Russia Today)

China Cruise Ship Death Toll Climbs to 396 (Newsweek Magazine)

Armed police online survey skewed (BBC)

Yemen Rebels Fire Scud Missile at Saudi Arabia: Military (NBC News)

Israeli illusionist breaks world record for largest magic lesson (Daily Mail)

Saudi military shoots down Yemeni missile (Financial Times - Paywall)

Torso In Suitcase Find In Petersborough Prompts Manhunt, Cambridgeshire Police Seek Vitautas Jokubauskas (Huffington Post)

Trolls bombard Phil Neville's family with death threats about daughter (Daily Mail)

Will American Pharoah win Triple Crown? (CNN)

'I still love all' Man beaten while defending community center gets inspiring support (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

China ship death toll rises to 400 (Channel4)

Yemen rebels fire 3 Scud missiles at Saudi airbase (Los Angeles Times)

Man sings during brain surgery (CNN)

China building database on Americans? (CNN)

17,000 police swarm Munich (CNN)

ISIS 'moron' gives away HQ location (CNN)

Abe: 3 big challenges facing the world (CNN)

China ship: Hundreds of bodies found (CNN)

Police hurt at Kiev gay pride rally (BBC)

VIDEO: Do you know your World Cup stars? (BBC)

ISIS may have potential to 'build chemical weapons', Australia says (Russia Today)

NY housing authority employees to wear orange vests - so they don't get shot (Russia Today)

Corruption Is the Cancer at the Heart of So Many of the Problems We Face Around the World (Huffington Post)

VIDEO: Sinkhole swallows US police car (BBC)

2 gunmen rob NYC man of $1,100 worth of bitcoins (Russia Today)

Man injured as motorbike hits wall (BBC)

Hundreds more China ship dead found (BBC)

Hundreds of bodies recovered in China cruise ship disaster (CBS News)

Water wars: ISIS shuts down Iraqi dam, uses freshwater as weapon reports (Russia Today)

Police car swallowed up by massive sinkhole in Colorado (VIDEO) (Russia Today)

Pregnant woman, 49, vanishes the day she was scheduled to deliver by C-section (Daily Mail)

Days Before Election in Turkey, Blasts at Rally Kill 2 (New York Times - Paywall)

Turkey's election could set its path: stronger democracy or autocracy (Los Angeles Times)

World Briefing: Nepal: More Victims Reported in Helicopter Crash (New York Times - Paywall)

World Briefing: Republic of Congo: High School Students Protest After Exams Are Canceled Over Leak of Questions (New York Times - Paywall)

Doctor and two nurses charged with manslaughter of pregnant woman (Daily Mail)

Have 1,200 World Cup workers really died in Qatar? (BBC)

Two Pregnant Women Among 68 Migrants Found Locked in Trucks at U.K. Port (Newsweek Magazine)

China pledges to end ivory trading but says the U.S. should, too (Washington Post - Paywall)

Pakistan police refute report of 8 convictions in attack on Malala (Los Angeles Times)

WorldViews: The world may be ignoring the destruction of cultural treasures in Yemen (Washington Post - Paywall)

TSA Celebrates Doughnut Day After Saving Choking Traveler (Newsweek Magazine)

Kennedy death 'linked to alcoholism' (BBC)

How time passes differently as you get older (BBC)

Boston suspects family says he wasnt inspired by ISIS (CBS News)

FBI suspects China of government hack (CBS News)

US economy adds 280,000 jobs in May (BBC)

Bob Geldof: Europe can absorb African migrants (Channel4)

Lionel Messi: Man with a $165M smile (CNN)

Week in pictures: 30 May - 5 June 2015 (BBC)

China calls U.S. hacking accusations irresponsible and unscientific' (Washington Post - Paywall)

WorldViews: Map: The remarkable distances you can travel on a European train in less than a day (Washington Post - Paywall)

Q&A: Why Turkey's election matters (Financial Times - Paywall)

Hackers in China suspected over US breach (Financial Times - Paywall)

In two minds (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Fifa scandal: England 'is ready' to host 2022 World Cup (Channel4)

Shashi Tharoor on politics, India and his wife's death (Channel4)

Risking death at sea over death at home (CNN)

Iraq: How did we get here? (CNN)

How Eritrean migrants flee slavery (CNN)

The melody of life and death (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Day zero or D-Day? (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

May Day mayhem (Economist Magazine - Paywall)

Missing Miami woman’s ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk (Miami Herald)

Mystery man in Rick Scott attack ad unveiled, misleads about Charlie Crist and Ponzi scheme (Miami Herald)

U.S. lawmakers to Haiti Senate: Vote for election law (Miami Herald)