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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Current Events Site! These are the top ten articles that your Current Events Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Current Events Newsletter Sign Up
Discription of the Current Events categories and details on how to sign up for the newsletter.
2. Maine Man Investigated Over Facebook Post
A man in Maine got a visit from the Secret Service after making racist and violent comments toward President Obama on Facebook.
3. Maryland Driver Texting Ends Up In Lake
A Maryland woman who decided texting was more important than driving lost control of her car and drove right into a lake, submerging the vehicle in 5 feet of water. She was not harmed.
4. Barilla CEO's Anti-Gay Remarks Stir Controversy
The CEO of Barilla pasta has given his company a PR nightmare to deal with after making homophobic comments on an Italian radio program.
5. Government Shutdowns-What to Expect
With Congress bickering over funding, the government faces the very real possibility of running out of money and shutting down. Even if they manage to pass the bill it would only be good for a few months. Here's what to expect if a government shutdown happens.
6. Recognizing Same-Sex Marriages
A look at same-sex marriages and how they are recognized in the United States.
7. Obama tells Congress to do their job
Overview of President Obama's press conference on June 29, 2011.
8. Clarence Clemons died after suffering a stroke
Saying goodbye to a talented saxophonist. Clarence Clemons died after suffering from a stroke. Here are a few highlights from his career.
9. Wallow Fire in Arizona
Residents of Alpine, Arizon were allowed to return home while the largest wildfire rages through parts of the state.
10. A New Resurgence of Old Health Threats
Fever, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue are all usually considered benign symptoms and generally expected to pass after a few days of treatment. But what if they don't?
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