Christian Science Monitor

USA Freedom Act: one small step for privacy
Christian Science Monitor
The USA Freedom Act, which reforms how Americans' phone records are collected, passed the Senate 67 to 32 on Tuesday. For decades, America has tried to find a balance between security and privacy.
AM Roundup: Obama Signs 'USA Freedom Act'Wall Street Journal (blog)
Senate bucks Mitch McConnell, breaks surveillance logjamPolitico
US congress reins in NSA phone surveillance powersThe Australian (blog)
The Week Magazine -New York Magazine -Gizmodo
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Entertainment Weekly

Lion Park where American mauled to death has dark past
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — For many tourists, the Lion Park near Johannesburg is a must-visit destination, a chance to pet lion cubs and drive through animal enclosures with "super up-close views guaranteed." But a visit to the Lion Park ended in ...
Lion Attack: US Tourist Katherine Chappell Worked on 'Game Of Thrones'
Why Did Lion Kill Tourist in South Africa?National Geographic
Deadly lion attack victim identifiedCBS News
Entertainment Weekly (blog) -ABC News -New York Post
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New York Times

Terror Suspect Killed in Boston Planned to Behead Police Officer, Officials Say
New York Times
The man shot and killed by an F.B.I. agent and a Boston police officer Tuesday had been under surveillance by terrorism investigators because he was planning to behead a police officer, the authorities say. The man, Usaama Rahim, 26, was approached by ...
The latest on surveillance shooting: Clergy, civil rights leaders to see video of ...Fox News
Man Fatally Shot Under Terror Surveillance Allegedly Planned Beheading of ...Wall Street Journal
Boston police in more terror raids after fatal shootingBBC News -Reuters -CNN
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New York Times

China Keeps Lid on Information, as Hopes Dim in Yangtze Ship Disaster
New York Times
JIANLI, China — China sought to maintain a tight grip on information about a capsized cruise ship on Wednesday, even as hopes dimmed for the hundreds of people aboard who remained missing and as new questions emerged about the vessel and about ...
Massive thunderstorm complex, possible tornado capsized Chinese shipWashington Post (blog)
Doomed China boat has been cited for safety issuesUSA TODAY
Rescuers Search Capsized Ship for Hundreds Missing on Yangtze
Reuters -The Guardian -Voice of America
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CBS News

Biggest gift ever: Harvard grad gives school $400M
CBS News
BOSTON - Harvard University has received its biggest gift in school history -- a $400 million donation from a prominent Wall Street investor. Harvard says the endowment from John Paulson will support the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, which ...
CORRECTED-Hedge fund mogul Paulson gives Harvard record $400 mln ...Reuters
John Paulson Gives $400 Million to Harvard for Engineering SchoolNew York Times
Just In: Harvard gets biggest gift ever -- $400MBoston Herald
CNNMoney -Financial Times -Bloomberg
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False tweets spark alarm that UK's queen died
Er, sorry, your Majesty. It appears that the reports of your death have been greatly exaggerated. A couple of tweets "mistakenly sent" by a BBC staffer during a "category one obituary rehearsal" Wednesday prompted several media outlets into reporting that ...
BBC reporter mistakenly claims Queen Elizabeth has died during mock newscastNew York Daily News
BBC journalist faces disciplinary action after killing off the Queen on
BBC apologises after 'Queen is ill' tweet sparks online alertIrish Independent
E! Online -CBS News -Daily Mail
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CBS Local

Big Bank Getting Rid Of Voicemail For Some Employees
CBS Local
NEW YORK (AP) — For JPMorgan Chase employees, it might be best not to leave a message. JPMorgan has ended voicemail services for roughly half of its roughly 136,000 consumer bank employees, in an effort to save money and in recognition that ...
At JPMorgan, Voicemail Deemed ObsolescentNDTV
JPMorgan Chase & Co. Continues To Cut Costs With Voicemail Hang UpBidness ETC

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Irish Independent

Interpol issue 'international wanted persons' alerts for two former FIFA officials
Irish Independent
Interpol put two top former FIFA officials on its "red notice" wanted list at the request of U.S. authorities on Wednesday as their investigation into corruption at soccer's governing body gathered pace.
The Latest: Venezuela backs Maradona for FIFA
Interpol hunts six in FIFA probeSky News Australia
Interpol adds ex-FIFA officials to most wanted listLos Angeles Times

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UPDATE 1-Republican Jindal to announce 2016 White House plans this month
(Updates with statement from Jindal, adds WASHINGTON dateline). WASHINGTON, June 3 (Reuters) - Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal plans to make an announcement in New Orleans this month on whether to enter the 2016 race for the party's ...
Bobby Jindal sets date for announcement of presidential plansCBS News
Listen Now: Louisiana Gov. Bobby JindalBoston Herald
Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal to make 'major ...Times of India
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Boston Globe (subscription)

Why hasn't Jeb Bush announced he's running for president?
Boston Globe (subscription)
Jeb Bush said over the weekend that he's almost — but not quite — ready to announce his candidacy for president. So why doesn't he just announce his run and move forward? It's all a question of what he would gain from an announcement, and what he'd ...
Is Hillary Clinton hurting Jeb Bush?Washington Post (blog)
Jeb Bush under pressure to say he's running for presidentMarketWatch
Jeb Bush still coy on presidential run as he collects millions in donationsThe Guardian
Bloomberg -The Hill (blog) -CounterPunch
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