Sunday, May 6, 2012

SUNDAY EDITION (7): "NewsMax" WEEK-IN-REVIEW May 6, 2012 Iyyar 14, 5772

Sunday's election is expected to make Francois Hollande France's first Socialist leader in two decades.... [Full Story]
A girl waits - impatiently - outside a voting booth as her mother casts her ballot at the French Embassy in Washington on Saturday as French citizens abroad vote in the second round of the presidential election pitting incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy against Socialist candidate Francois Hollande. (AFP/GettyImages)
'Super Moon' Over Miami -- and Everywhere Else
A "super Moon" lit up Saturday's night sky in a once-a-year cosmic show, overshadowing a meteor shower from remnants of Halley's Comet, NASA said.... [Full Story]
The special prosecutor in charge of trying Trayvon Martin’s killer should [Full Story]
Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, charges [Full Story]
Author Jonah Goldberg: Liberals Lie About Ideological Perspective
Liberals from Woodrow Wilson to Barack Obama have been lying about their [Full Story]
I'll Have Another Wins Kentucky Derby
I'll Have Another won the 138th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs before [Full Story]
John Zogby says President Barack Obama is working overtime trying to [Full Story]
The number of blacks and Latino voters, a key electorate for Barack Obama [Full Story]
The in-laws of a child bride who became the bruised and bloodied face of [Full Story]
Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he is fully behind presumptive Republican [Full Story]
Video Shows Aggressive TSA Pat-Down of GOP Rep. Canseco
A TV station released a video Friday showing a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) official aggressively patting down Rep. Francisco Quico Canseco, R-Texas. [Full Story]
Liz Cheney Eyes Wyoming Politics
Liz Cheney, the eldest daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, has been hitting the GOP dinner circuit in Wyoming this year, spawning conjecture she may be weighing a return to the state her father represented in the U.S. House of Representatives.[Full Story]
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A protester shows spent army ammunition as heavy fighting between rebels and government troops erupted overnight in the capital of an oil producing province in eastern Syria, residents and activists said on Sunday. (AFP/Getty Images) [Full Story]
No Friending Warren: Buffett Says He Won't Invest in Facebook
Investment icon Warren Buffett has never been an investor in technology: he has said he doesn't understand it well enough. So it shouldn t be a huge surprise that he doesn t plan to invest in Facebook s May 18 initial public offering (IPO). But what the social media... [Full Story]
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Lately, going gluten-free has gained traction among people who are not part of the 1 percent of the population suffering from celiac disease. That’s because they generally feel better when they do, says Dr. David Brownstein, a board-certified family physician and author of “The Guide to a Gluten-Free Diet.” [Full Story]
Seau's Brain to Be Studied for Repetitive Injuries
The family of former NFL star Junior Seau will donate his brain for research into repetitive head injuries.San Diego Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell says the family made the decision Thursday.Seau, a standout college and Chargers player, was found dead Wednesday at his... [Full Story]
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