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00:04 [Disinformation] How to Become Internet Famous for $68

00:07 [Financial Times] Crackdown on Brotherhood intensifies

00:08 [] Morsi's movement remains indispensable to the future of Egypt

00:08 [Telegraph] Rupert Murdoch's media empire 'should face US charges'

00:10 [Slashdot] Disney's Titling Problem With Its Star Wars Movies

00:19 [CNET News] Proclaim your independence with this laser Gatling gun

00:21 [Guardian] Man charged with murder after elderly woman found dead

00:23 [] Website removes alleged remarks by prospective Sephardi chief rabbi urging violent action against seculars Jews

00:25 [BBC: Entertainment] VIDEO: Sir Walter Scott's former home opens

00:25 [CNET News] Eye on surveillance: France's PRISM, EU's concerns

00:28 [CNN] Protests against the NSA spring up across U.S.

00:31 [Financial Times] Egypt’s economy is main challenge

00:34 [Raw Story] NOM’s July 4th message: Are you LGBT or are you American?

00:38 [] Supreme Court focuses on cash-filled envelopes in appeal against Olmert's acquittal

00:45 [Mother Jones] In France, the Spies Also Spy

00:47 [zero hedge] The Next American Revolution

00:47 [CNN: Technology] Protests against the NSA spring up across U.S.

00:47 [Pravda] Vanity blinds

00:49 [Raw Story] U.S. airlines delay flights to Mexico City as volcano spews ash

00:49 [Raw Story] Internet sites join July 4 protest against surveillance

00:49 [Raw Story] Lock of Mick Jagger’s hair sells for $6,000 at auction

00:49 [CNET News] Music created by $30,000 worth of Nikon SLRs

00:51 [Fox News] Egyptian Islamists Call For 'Friday of Rejection' After Morsi's Removal /i/redes/icon-video.gif

00:51 [Fox News] NO MERCI French Official Blasts US Over NSA at July 4th Party

00:52 [Voice of America] Study Indicates MERS-CoV is Not Yet Pandemic

00:52 [Voice of America] Jeff Seldin: Egypt Embarks On Do-Over, Officials Promise Fairness

00:55 [Reuters] Analysis: Cautious toward Middle East, Obama gets second chance in Egypt

00:59 [CNN] Ex-Tiffany's exec accused of stealing $1.3 million in jewelry

01:00 [Slashdot] WWVB Celebrates 50 Years of Broadcasting Time

01:00 [CNN] ElBaradei: Morsy's ouster was needed so Egypt cannot 'fail'

01:02 [Pravda] UN: Unprecedented climate change

01:04 [CNN] California lawmakers advance nation's first law for transgender pupils

01:04 [Raw Story] British official urges U.S. to press corruption charges against Murdoch

01:05 [BBC: Health] VIDEO: 'I was having six panic attacks a day'

01:07 [AL JAZEERA] S Africa denies Mandela medical reports

01:11 [CNET News] A Windows 8.1 survivor's guide: Hardware

01:11 [CNET News] EU increases penalties for cybercriminals and hackers

01:12 [zero hedge] Say Hello to Inflation, Inflation is Dead

01:14 [Voice of America] US Cautions Egypt Against Arbitrary Arrest of Morsi

01:17 [BBC: Also in the news] US man eats record 69 hot dogs

01:25 [BBC: Technology] Rural broadband roll-out criticised

01:25 [CNN: Politics] Obama's careful words on Egypt

01:25 [CNN: Politics] Statue of Liberty reopens

01:28 [] Tel Aviv hired private eyes to investigate 13,000 residents who owe it money

01:32 [zero hedge] Which State Drinks The Most (And Least) Beer?

01:33 [CNN: Politics] Egypt means more to U.S. than you think

01:41 [CNN] Trailer pulled by father accidentally kills boy at Okla. July 4 parade

01:43 [] Israeli and U.S. scientists use electric shock to halt arterial bleeding

01:48 [AL JAZEERA] Muslim Brotherhood calls for demonstration

01:48 [HuffingtonPost: politics] Jessica Keener: Independence Day: Facing Fears of Violence

01:50 [BBC: Entertainment] VIDEO: Emma Watson on The Bling Ring

01:50 [Reuters] Samsung estimates second-quarter profit at record high, misses forecast

01:54 [Truthdig] Mass Protests

01:58 [] In new blow for Dankner, Argentinean investor withdraws IDB investment offer

02:00 [Slashdot] Digia Releases Qt 5.1 With Preliminary Support For Android and iOS

02:01 [zero hedge] The Men That Broke Banks - Rogue Traders

02:01 [zero hedge] Clashes Between Foes, Supporters Of Mursi In Cairo Caught On Tape

02:04 [Disinformation] Hypnosis and Meditation

02:07 [Reuters] Samsung estimates Q2 record profit, misses forecast

02:08 [AL JAZEERA] Groups condemn raids on Egypt TV channels

02:14 [Voice of America] Michael Bowman: US Immigration Barrier Removed for Married Gay Couples

02:18 [CBC: politics] Senator Mac Harb to repay $51K in expenses

02:24 [CNN] Living the American dream in Jackson Hole, China

02:28 [Guardian] Norman Bettison 'had smear file' on anti-racist campaigner

02:28 [Guardian] Jeremy Hunt launches genomics body to oversee healthcare revolution

02:41 [BBC: Technology] Samsung profit outlook misses estimates

02:44 [BBC: Health] New virus 'not yet global threat'

02:46 [BBC: Science & Environment] Guillemot eggs are self-cleaning

02:48 [Fox News] Homes For Heroes

02:52 [Guardian] James Bulger killer Jon Venables granted parole

02:54 [CNN] John F. Kennedy Assassination Fast Facts

02:54 [Raw Story] Border vigilante and alleged child molester Chris Simcox pleads not guilty

02:58 [] Poll highlights Palestinians' mistrust of Kerry, Netanyahu and even Abbas

02:59 [Telegraph] Archbishop Desmond Tutu says Nelson Mandela's family 'spitting in Madiba's face'

02:59 [Telegraph] Brazilian killer of Catholic nun and Amazon activist Dorothy Stang gets early release from prison

03:03 [CNN] Northeast sweats along with Southwest, as Southeast soaks on the 4th

03:03 [CNN] Mohamed Morsy Fast Facts

03:06 [Global Voices] Harrison Ford Visits Peru

03:06 [AL JAZEERA] Bolivia threatens to close US embassy

03:09 [Topix Activism News] Rights groups speak out for prof accused in France bombing

03:15 [CNN] Independence Day Fast Facts

03:16 [Fox News] Republicans launch probe into ObamaCare mandate delay

03:16 [Fox News] Tea Party groups ramp up fight against immigration bill

03:16 [Fox News] Teens in parasailing crash remain in critical condition

03:16 [Fox News] Colo. Dems fail to slow gun control-based recall efforts

03:19 [CNN] Egypt Fast Facts

03:19 [zero hedge] Guest Post: A Surprising New Twist in the U.S. Natural Gas Market

03:26 [CNN] U.S. airlines cancel flights as Mexican volcano rumbles

03:29 [Telegraph] South American leaders gather to back Bolivia's President Evo Morales in plane dispute involving Edward Snowden

03:32 [CNN] Family: Favorable biopsy result for lung transplant girl

03:34 [Raw Story] No risk of pandemic yet from MERS virus: scientists

03:39 [CBC: politics] Morsi allies detained as Egypt gets new interim leader

03:45 [CNN] Deadly Arizona wildfire now 80% contained

03:45 [Telegraph] Cambodian authorities offer new guide to sunsets at Angkor Wat in bid to preserve ancient temple

03:47 [Deutsche Welle] F1 drivers threaten German GP boycott over tire failures

03:59 [Raw Story] Privacy group to file Supreme Court petition against NSA surveillance program

04:03 [] Islamist gunmen stage multiple attacks in Sinai Peninsula

04:11 [Slashdot] Stem Cells Used To Grow Miniature Human Livers In Mice

04:13 [Voice of America] Elizabeth Lee: New Ways of Tracking Greenhouse Gas Emissions Developed

04:17 [CBC: politics] Conservatives initially offered to pay Duffy expenses, reports say

04:18 [Reuters] U.S. enjoys July 4 parades, picnics under watchful eyes of police

04:19 [Fox News: politics] National Guard troops and staff to be furloughed

04:33 [CNN] 25 of mankind's greatest engineering feats

04:49 [Fox News: politics] Morales backed by South American leaders in plane row

04:52 [Reuters] Samsung Electronics second-quarter misses forecast as smartphone worries deepen

04:59 [CNN] Police: Guns, Molotov cocktails found in truck near Seattle campus

05:04 [Guardian] Evo Morales threatens to close Bolivia's US embassy as leaders lend support

05:09 [Raw Story] How hawkmoths jam sonar signals from bats

05:24 [Infoshop] An Autogestión Alternative to Austerity: Occupy, Resist, Produce!

05:33 [Telegraph] Egypt: army insist they will allow 'peaceful protest' as supporters of President Mohamed Morsi plan rallies

05:51 [Reuters] Samsung Elec Q2 misses forecast as smartphone worries deepen

05:54 [CNN] Risks and rewards of building upscale town in West Bank

05:59 [NPR] Why Doesn't Everybody Buy Cheap, Generic Headache Medicine?

06:02 [Reuters] Samsung Electronics' second quarter misses forecast as smartphone worries deepen

06:03 [AntiWar] Soccer Game Attacked; 19 Killed Across Iraq

06:03 [AntiWar] Fourth of July Respite

06:03 [AntiWar] Forcing Down the Bolivian President’s Plane Was an Act of Piracy

06:03 [BBC: Entertainment] VIDEO: Meet The Author: Charlotte Grimshaw

06:04 [BBC: Also in the news] Maharaja dinner set sells for $3m

06:05 [Telegraph] Business minister urges Royal Mail workers to accept pay deal

06:11 [Slashdot] NASA Mulling Joint Lunar Missions With Commercial Enterprises

06:15 [CNN: Money] San Francisco transit strike continues

06:17 [Deutsche Welle] Latin American leaders support Morales after jet diversion

06:20 [Reuters] South American leftist leaders rally for Bolivia in Snowden saga

06:22 [Fin24 News] Tax breather on the cards

06:25 [CNN] Martyr's widow inspires Tunisia

06:30 [Big Think] Philosophy in Change and Change in Philosophy

06:30 [Big Think] Sinister Variations on the Trolley Problem

06:36 [Guardian] Evo Morales threatens to close US embassy in Bolivia as leaders weigh in

06:37 [Global Voices] “Chinese-Style Justice”

06:45 [CNET News] Samsung expects record Q2 profit to miss analyst projections

06:50 [HuffingtonPost: politics] DeeDee Garcia Blase: The Meaning of July Fourth for the Mexican American

06:57 [Deutsche Welle] Latin America slams US, EU over Morales incident

07:04 [Raw Story] South Africa denies Nelson Mandela in permanent ‘vegetative state’

07:04 [Raw Story] Bolivia’s President Evo Morales threatens to close U.S. embassy

07:07 [Fox News: politics] Tea Party groups ramp up fight against immigration bill, as August recess looms

07:09 [Topix Activism News] Amnesty calls on Israel to stop 'bullying' activists

07:12 [AL JAZEERA] Assad: My opponents failed to oust me

07:17 [Deutsche Welle] Mansour and el-Sissi - the two men running Egypt

07:18 [AL JAZEERA] Egypt braces for pro-Morsi protests

07:38 [Telegraph] Private school pupils 'get better degrees and jobs'

07:38 [Telegraph] Npower blames Government as power plant closes down

07:42 [Reuters] Delay in Obamacare requirement puts onus on the honor system

07:47 [Reuters] Steady U.S. job gains to keep Fed's focus on tapering

07:49 [NPR] South American Leaders Back Morales In Plane Row

07:49 [NPR] Two Brothers Remember Lives Spent With Liberty

07:51 [Reuters: politics] Delay in Obamacare requirement puts onus on the honor system

07:57 [Global Voices] Kerala, India's Solar Sector, Government Embroiled in Fraud Case

07:57 [BBC: Entertainment] Depot gig opens Manchester festival

08:02 [CNET News] Strewth! Aussie accent confirmed for Mad Max game

08:03 [BBC: Entertainment] Sofia Coppola tackles Bling burglars

08:07 [Global Voices] Human Breast Milk Popular among China Rich

08:11 [CNN] New England Patriots offer exchange for Aaron Hernandez jerseys

08:12 [BBC: Education] VIDEO: Schools 'should teach mental health'

08:12 [Slashdot] British Airways Set To Bring Luggage Tags Into the 21st Century

08:14 [NPR] Deen Parts With Agent After Racial Slur Fallout

08:17 [Fin24 News] Britain opens huge offshore wind farm

08:17 [Voice of America] Aid Worker Killed in Darfur

08:19 [NPR] Seniors Flex Creative Muscles In Retirement Arts Colonies

08:24 [Telegraph] Government cracks down on rail replacement 'bustitution'

08:24 [CNET News] Borrow the Google Street View Trekker for adventures

08:35 [Fin24 News] Investment guide for a forced retirement

08:37 [Fox News: politics] Iceland proposal would grant NSA leaker Snowden citizenship

08:38 [Telegraph] BBC adviser 'blocked from recommending changes to Thought for the Day'

08:38 [Telegraph] Surgeon death rates may mask poor performance

08:38 [Telegraph] EU farm subsidies should be used to open up countryside

08:41 [CNN: Money] China opens investigation into drug prices

08:42 [CNN] Chrysler recalls 490,000 vehicles over head restraint issue

08:42 [Financial Times] Bolivia may close US embassy over jet incident

08:52 [CNN] San Francisco transit workers end strike, contract talks continue

08:54 [Telegraph] Tony Blair pays tribute to father confessor who converted him to Rome

08:54 [Telegraph] Number of lesbians in tennis is decreasing, claims Ann Jones

08:54 [Telegraph] David Cameron is told: 'Get the hell out of Europe'

09:08 [Deutsche Welle] Egypt braces for Friday protests following Morsi's overthrow

09:08 [CNN: Crime] Police: Guns, Molotov cocktails found in truck near Seattle campus

09:09 [Guardian] Minimum wage risks becoming going rate for millions, low pay pioneer George Bain warns

09:11 [CNET News] Top tablets with expandable storage

09:11 [CNET News] Crave giveaway: Netatmo Urban Weather Station

09:11 [CNET News] Are the Google Play Edition smartphones worth it?

09:14 [] American and Israeli officials conduct marathon phone calls on Egypt crisis

09:24 [Telegraph] UK's first hand transplant patient describes recovery

09:24 [Telegraph] Your 'Tory Taliban' remarks about me are offensive, MP tells Labour frontbencher

09:24 [Telegraph] Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? jackpot loses appeal for players

09:24 [Telegraph] Cakes ready in one minute with new baking kit

09:30 [AL JAZEERA] Hong Kong jails tycoon's lover for forgery

09:34 [NPR] June Jobless Rate Expected To Stay Around 7.6 Percent

09:36 [AL JAZEERA] Apology demanded over Morales' jet diversion

09:48 [Global Voices] First Burmese-language Social Networking Site

09:48 [Deutsche Welle] An American redefines BBQ in Berlin

09:48 [BBC: Education] BTEC girls 'beat' boys in sciences

09:50 [CNN] Tutu: Family feud is 'like spitting in' Mandela's face

09:54 [NPR] Are Things Too Cozy In London's 'City' Within A City?

09:54 [NPR] Whose Term Was It? A Look Back At The Supreme Court

09:54 [NPR] NSA's Reach Leads To Calls For Updated Eavesdropping Laws

09:56 [BBC: Science & Environment] BTEC girls 'beat' boys in sciences

09:56 [BBC: Science & Environment] X-rays reveal power of bat flight

09:56 [CNN] Quiet but tense in China's restive Xinjiang region

09:56 [Telegraph] New Zealand rescuers review search for missing US yacht Nina after text message recovered

09:56 [Telegraph] Former Miss Malaysia asks London court to settle £500 million divorce

09:58 [Global Voices] Malaysian Internet TV Service Gains More Viewers

09:58 [Voice of America] Prosecutor Demands Prison Term for Russian Opposition Leader

10:03 [BBC: Technology] VIDEO: Webscape: Animation tools

10:05 [Guardian] Eurozone crisis and US unemployment data - live

10:05 [Guardian] Azelle Rodney inquiry to give final ruling

10:08 [BBC: Health] A sneeze by any other name

10:08 [CNN] Morsy supporters to protest his ouster, arrests

10:24 [Voice of America] Asia Markets Strong Ahead of US Jobs Report

10:26 [Fin24 News] Education savings dip as consumers suffer

10:26 [Telegraph] French turn rowers back to Dover mid-Channel

10:26 [Telegraph] Couples who do not argue live longer, study finds

10:26 [Telegraph] Labour at war with Unite in 'candidate rigging' row

10:28 [Reuters] Analysis: Egypt risks Islamist splits, violence after Mursi fall

10:30 [Pravda] What's next in Egypt?

10:33 [CNET News] Canon videos show off 70D's dual-pixel autofocus technology

10:35 [Raw Story] Astronomers finetune search for life on other planets with new water detection technique

10:36 [CNN] Great green blob covers Chinese waters

10:42 [AL JAZEERA] Death penalty back in Pakistan

10:42 [Telegraph] China-Pakistan friendship 'sweeter than honey', says Nawaz Sharif

10:45 [Reuters] Mursi backers to protest after overthrow, arrests

10:48 [Deutsche Welle] China, Russia launch largest ever joint military exercise

10:49 [CNN] July 4 festivities marred by parade mishaps, fireworks disasters

10:50 [AL JAZEERA] Syria opposition urges world to save Homs

10:55 [Raw Story] Obese Malaysian orangutan put on diet

10:57 [Guardian] EU referendum bill debate and Labour's Unite crisis: Politics live blog

10:58 [Telegraph] David Cameron: I love the NHS but it has deep problems

10:58 [Telegraph] Fat Malaysian orang-utan put on diet

10:58 [Telegraph] Dangerous appliances used in homes despite recalls

10:58 [Telegraph] Nina Wang's fortune-telling lover sentenced to 12 years

10:59 [NPR] Education Reform Movement Learns Lesson From Old Standards

11:00 [] Bolivian president threatens to close U.S. embassy after Snowden plane row

11:02 [AL JAZEERA] Peru police clash with student protesters

11:03 [Spiegel] Spying Survey: German Trust in US at Lowest Level Since Bush

11:03 [Global Voices] Brazil Stockpiles Arsenal of Non-Lethal Weapons Ahead of World Cup

11:04 [Financial Times] Elderly care poses problem for India

11:05 [Raw Story] ‘Sugar Man’ Rodriguez opens Montreux Jazz Festival

11:05 [BBC: Technology] Rural broadband rollout criticised

11:06 [Financial Times] Bolivia threatens to close US embassy

11:08 [CNN] Feng shui master Chan sentenced to 12 years over forged will

11:08 [Fin24 News] BA gets Airbus A380 in fleet upgrade

11:09 [BBC: Entertainment] Lock of Jagger's hair fetches £4,000

11:09 [CNN: Money] Five Guys, Shake Shack open in London

11:13 [Topix Activism News] EU grants for green groups push up your energy bills: Families fund...

11:15 [Raw Story] Delay in Obamacare requirement puts onus on the honor system

11:18 [Deutsche Welle] NGOS: Berlin lags on business and human rights

11:19 [Financial Times] Morsi loyalists set to protest in Egypt

11:19 [NPR] Egypt's Brotherhood Calls For Protests Friday

11:20 [Big Think] On Pruning Moldy Ideas: Knowing When to Say No

11:20 [CNN: Money] Five Guys and Shake Shack open in London

11:20 [AL JAZEERA] Female police officer killed in Afghanistan

11:22 [Voice of America] Bolivia Threatens to Close US Embassy over Plane Row

11:23 [CBC: politics] Enbridge needs 3 years to upgrade pump stations

11:24 [CBC: politics] Wright gave Duffy $90K after party balked, documents say

11:30 [Raw Story] ‘Florida’ spelled incorrectly on highway exit ramp sign — twice

11:31 [Slashdot] Harlan: a Language That Simplifies GPU Programming

11:32 [zero hedge] Let Freedom Reign This July 4th By Withdrawing All Assets From the Global Banking Slavery System

11:32 [Voice of America] Latin American Leaders Show Support for Bolivian President Evo Morales

11:35 [] Syria's food situation will worsen in 2014, says UN report

11:40 [Raw Story] Two expert — and diverging — views on the Arctic’s impact on weather ‘whiplash’

11:40 [Raw Story] European watchdogs order Google to rewrite privacy policy or face legal action

11:43 [Fox News] Egypt Braces for 'Friday of Rejection' /i/redes/icon-video.gif

11:43 [Fox News] 'DEAD ON ARRIVAL'? Conservatives Gear Up for Fight Over Immigration Bill /i/redes/icon-video.gif

11:43 [Fox News] 'FRIDAY OF REJECTION' Egyptian Islamists Plan to Protest Morsi's Removal /i/redes/icon-video.gif

11:43 [Fox News] DWINDLING OPTIONS Iceland Proposal Would Grant Snowden Citizenship

11:43 [Fox News] FIREWORKS MISHAPDozens Injured at Fourth of July Display in California

11:43 [Fox News] Republicans launch probe into ObamaCare delay

11:43 [Fox News] Supporters pursue Medal of Honor for WWII veteran - Gettysburg hero may get Medal of Honor

11:44 [BBC: Technology] Jay-Z Android app cloned by hackers

11:44 [Telegraph] Egypt reassures holidaymakers

11:44 [Telegraph] New Zealand rescuers call off search for missing US yacht

11:47 [Fin24 News] Finance ministry warns of scams

11:47 [BBC: Entertainment] Jessie J to leave BBC's The Voice

11:50 [Raw Story] How do you stop an asteroid from hitting Earth?

11:50 [Raw Story] John Roberts and the party of white people

11:50 [CNN] Queen Ella? King Terry? What's in a royal name?

11:51 [CNN: Money] Stocks: Back from holiday, feeling bullish

11:51 [CNN: Money] Check U.S. futures

11:55 [INTER PRESS SERVICE] Living Laboratory for Coping with Drought in Brazil

11:55 [INTER PRESS SERVICE] Activists Preserve a Part of Syria’s Revolution

11:55 [INTER PRESS SERVICE] Egypt Between a Public Movement and a Military Coup

11:55 [CNET News] HTC One fails to solve HTC cash woes

12:05 [] Fourth of July celebrations bring Palestinians, Israelis together with Big Macs and Chunky Monkey

12:12 [CNN] World's overlooked countries to buy second citizenship, residency

12:19 [CNET News] Google must change privacy policy, says UK data watchdog

12:19 [Good] Here's What To Do About Playstation Thumb and Other Symptoms of Gaming Addiction

12:19 [Good] Meet the Man Behind a Local, Indigenous Seed Bank in India

12:19 [Good] My Fight to Break the Concrete Ceiling of Gender Inequality in Afghanistan

12:20 [Big Think] Women Are Like Tourists in a World Built for Men

12:20 [BBC: Entertainment] BBC man had 'colleague problem'

12:20 [AL JAZEERA] Pro-Morsi supporters stage Cairo protest

12:20 [Voice of America] 2 Killed in Afghanistan Blast

12:22 [BBC: Entertainment] Rodriguez opens Montreux festival

12:27 [Mother Jones] The Coal Industry Knows That Enviros Are Winning /files/envirothreatsJPG.jpg

12:27 [Mother Jones] Texas Lawmakers Too Busy Targeting Abortion Providers to Deal With Exploding Fertilizer Plants

12:31 [Telegraph] Madeleine McCann: David Cameron welcomes new Scotland Yard inquiry

12:32 [BBC: Also in the news] Will there ever be another massive tank battle?

12:32 [BBC: Also in the news] Face-to-face with the 'heart-eating cannibal'

12:33 [Foreign Policy in Focus] Emphasis Added: the Week in Pieces (7/5)

12:34 [Reuters] Pakistan brings back death penalty, to anger of rights groups

12:35 [Raw Story] German Chancellor Angela Merkel says no country will have to leave eurozone

12:36 [CBC: politics] Greg Weston: Exits pave way for Harper cabinet remake

12:37 [Pravda] Terrorist Doku Umarov threatens fo explode Olympic Sochi

12:39 [Guardian] Pound slumps to four-month low against dollar

12:39 [Reuters] Mursi supporters to protest after overthrow, arrests

12:42 [CBC: politics] Greg Weston: Shuffle more about perception than performance

12:43 [Deutsche Welle] German solar firm Conergy files for bankruptcy

12:43 [Spiegel] 'Pepper Spray Is Our Perfume': Football Fans Challenge Erdogan

12:43 [Guardian] Azelle Rodney death: Met police had 'no lawful justification' for shooting

12:45 [Raw Story] Joey ‘Jaws’ Chestnut sets new record with 69 hot dogs in annual Nathan’s eating contest

12:50 [Raw Story] More modern monarchs choose not to rule until death

12:50 [] Egypt indefinitely closes Rafah crossing with Gaza Strip

12:50 [BBC: Entertainment] Producer wins Python court battle

12:51 [Fin24 News] NUM set for De Beers strike

12:52 [CNN] Nelson Mandela is on dialysis; he is responsive

12:53 [CNN] Source: Nelson Mandela on dialysis, but responsive

12:53 [CNN] Pope Francis and Benedict have a hand in new encyclical

12:53 [Global Voices] Game Over for the US airbase in Kyrgyzstan?

12:54 [Pravda] USA wastes $630K on Facebook likes

12:54 [Pravda] Anna Chapman asks Edward Snowden to marry her

12:54 [zero hedge] Goldman Issues Top Trade #9 For 2013: Go Long UK Equities

13:00 [Amnesty International] USA: California urged to reform ‘inhumane’ prison units ahead of hunger strike

13:01 [CBC: politics] Enbridge needs 3 years to upgrade pipeline pumps

13:03 [Telegraph] Exercise can alter your DNA, study claims

13:03 [Telegraph] 'No lawful justification' for police killing, report finds

13:07 [CNN] Gearing up for triathlon: What every beginner needs

13:08 [Slate Magazine] Corrections

13:09 [Global Voices] Traditional Kyrgyz Clothing

13:10 [Raw Story] Spain sees no reason to apologize to Bolivia in Snowden saga

13:11 [CNET News] How augmented-reality ads could change everything

13:14 [Reuters] Popes John Paul II, John XXIII to be made saints, Vatican says

13:14 [Reuters] South Africa says Mandela still 'critical but stable'

13:14 [CNET News] Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail targeted by fake app

13:15 [Raw Story] WHO sets up emergency committee on MERS virus

13:18 [CNN: Health] Helping patients heal with art

13:18 [CNN: Health] You want fries with that M.D.?

13:18 [CNN: Health] Who will the royal baby look like?

13:18 [CNN: Health] Art helps patients heal

13:18 [CNN: Health] What new triathletes need

13:18 [CNN: Health] What every beginner triathlete needs

13:18 [CNN: Health] Mandela is 'responsive'

13:18 [CNN: Health] Family: Girl's body accepting new lungs

13:18 [CNN: Health] Seniors with 6-pack abs

13:19 [Telegraph] The lesson of AV for the EU referendum: without cross-party support, you'll lose

13:19 [Telegraph] Pope Francis's first encyclical reaffirms importance of sex between husband and wife

13:19 [NPR] Who Will Be Our First Fake Latina President?

13:20 [Raw Story] Popes John Paul II and John XXIII to be made saints, Vatican says

13:20 [Raw Story] Egypt’s army announces state of emergency in South Sinai, Suez

13:20 [Reuters] Hungary's Orban accuses Europe of 'Soviet-style' meddling

13:20 [Big Think] This Art is Not For Sale

13:22 [Voice of America] Joe DeCapua: Industrial Livestock Farms Linked to Staph

13:23 [BBC: Education] Teach mental health, schools urged

13:24 [NPR] Egypt On Edge: Nation Braces For Protests Of Morsi's Ouster

13:24 [NPR] Book News: Asteroid Named For Iain Banks, Author Of Cosmic Fiction

13:29 [BBC: Also in the news] French outrage over 'filthy' cheese

13:31 [Reuters] Popes John Paul II, John XXIII to be made saints: Vatican

13:31 [zero hedge] Overnight Market Summary: All Eyes On Jobs

13:33 [CNN: Crime] Hernandez search reveals ammo and other new evidence

13:33 [CNN: Crime] Jersey swap after murder charge

13:33 [CNN] Late Pope John Paul II to get sainthood, Vatican says

13:33 [CNN] Ivanisevic's epic Wimbledon win an 'unsolved mystery'

13:33 [Telegraph] Pope John Paul II to be made a saint, Vatican announces

13:33 [Telegraph] Pictures of the day: 5 July 2013

13:34 [CBC: politics] Greg Weston: Cabinet shuffle more about perception

13:35 [CNN: Money] Stocks: Happy 5th of July!

13:40 [Raw Story] Edward Snowden’s leaks cause editorial split at the Washington Post

13:43 [Reuters] Mursi supporters take to streets on 'day of rejection'

13:44 [zero hedge] Frontrunning: July 5

13:48 [Voice of America] Vatican OKs Sainthood for Pope John Paul II

13:49 [BBC: Entertainment] VIDEO: Griff Rhys Jones tracks dad's war

13:49 [Reuters] Afghan Taliban vow attacks over Ramadan after being hacked

13:49 [Telegraph] Memorial to be built in honour of Drummer Lee Rigby

13:49 [Telegraph] Victorian children every bit as unruly as today's, research finds

13:49 [NPR] Pope John Paul II Will Be Made A Saint

13:51 [CNET News] BBC ditches 3D after Doctor Who special

13:53 [Deutsche Welle] Pope John Paul II approved for sainthood

13:53 [Deutsche Welle] Bolovia threatens to close US embassy over Snowden row

13:53 [BBC: Entertainment] Arrests halt Geordie Shore filming

13:54 [CNN] Tutu: Family feud is almost 'like spitting in' Mandela's face

13:54 [AL JAZEERA] African Union suspends Egypt

13:55 [] Egypt's army announces state of emergency in South Sinai, Suez

14:01 [CNN: Money] Pimco's El-Erian on Egypt's new rulers

14:01 [CNN: Money] Samsung gets a taste of Apple's bitter pill

14:01 [CNN: Money] Are same-sex marriage bans now illegal?

14:04 [CNN] 12 Afghan police slain in suicide attack

14:04 [Global Voices] ‘Celebrities for Hire’ in Central Asia

14:07 [CNN] African Union suspends Egypt

14:08 [CNET News] 'Be the Wolverine' on Kinect gives you X-Men claws

14:08 [Slate Magazine] Oh, #Florida!

14:09 [] Democracy Now!: Rep. John Lewis, Civil Rights Icon, on the Struggle to Win, and Now Protect, Voting Rights in U.S.

14:10 [Guardian] Desmond Tutu: Nelson Mandela family feud 'is like spitting in Madiba's face'

14:11 [zero hedge] Egyptian Troops On 'Maximum Alert" At Suez Sends Oil Over $102

14:11 [zero hedge] Nonfarm Payrolls Preview

14:11 [Spiegel] World from Berlin: 'The Army Had No Choice' in Egypt

14:14 [Pravda] Nizhny Novgorod switches to gas engine fuel

14:14 [Voice of America] Suicide Bombings Kill 14 in Afghanistan

14:16 [CBC: politics] Greg Weston: Toews next to exit to set up cabinet re-make

14:18 [Deutsche Welle] Uncertainty over Mandela's health persists

14:20 [Big Think] We Don't Need an Evolutionary Explanation for Everything

14:21 [Telegraph] Crime boss loses libel case against newspaper

14:21 [Telegraph] Oxford to introduce its own pound

14:22 [Fin24 News] Where to get the best used car buys

14:25 [Raw Story] Watch as California fireworks display fires sideways into crowd

14:29 [Slashdot] Who Will Teach U.S. Kids To Code? Rupert Murdoch

14:31 [CBC: politics] Greg Weston: Toews next to exit to set up cabinet remake

14:32 [zero hedge] The Currency Wars Reignite

14:33 [Deutsche Welle] Russians esteem European partners

14:34 [CNN: Money] Chipping away at Swiss bank secrecy

14:34 [BBC: Technology] Human gestures perplex robot guide

14:34 [Global Voices] Domestic Violence Against Women in Kyrgyzstan

14:38 [Voice of America] VOA News: African Union Suspends Egypt

14:40 [] LIVE BLOG: Egypt on alert as Muslim Brotherhood calls for 'day of rejection' protests

14:45 [NPR] Better Than Expected Job Growth In June

14:46 [CNN] Five stories you missed during Egypt uprising

14:47 [Fox News] Pope Francis clears John Paul II for sainthood- 2 popes craft Francis' first encyclical on faith

14:47 [Fox News] Supporters pursue Medal of Honor for WWII veteran

14:47 [Fox News] Search called off for 7 on missing American boat

14:47 [Fox News] Oklahoma homeowner hogties burglary suspect

14:47 [Fox News] US airlines cancel flights as Mexico volcano erupts

14:47 [Fox News] Terrorists dupe Kansas City Al Qaeda supporter

14:50 [CNN: Money] Big job gains in June

14:50 [BBC: Entertainment] BBC to suspend 3D programming

14:53 [CNN] Feeling unsafe? 'Don't drive' says world champion Vettel

14:53 [Reuters] France backs Tunisia as 'model', contrasts with Egypt

14:54 [Global Voices] 100% Humidity in Lima, Peru

14:56 [CNN] U.S. drone strike in northwestern Pakistan said to have killed 16

14:59 [CNN] In Zimmerman's trial, it's a jury of millions

15:00 [zero hedge] June Payrolls +195K Much Higher Than Expected; Underemployment Rate Soars To 14.3%

15:00 [zero hedge] The Market's Schizophrenic Reaction To Payrolls

15:02 [Slashdot] How NASA Steers the Int'l Space Station Around Asteroids & Other Debris

15:04 [Financial Times] US economy adds 195,000 jobs in June

15:05 [Disinformation] Surveillance Cameras Wearing Party Hats For George Orwell’s Birthday

15:05 [BBC: Science & Environment] Volcano causes Mexico flight chaos

15:06 [Guardian] Labour refuses to rule out EU referendum

15:06 [Guardian] MPs' pay: deferring decision 'risks creating another expenses scandal'

15:08 [Deutsche Welle] How LEGO built its toy empire

15:08 [BBC: Science & Environment] Outnumbered science girls beat boys

15:10 [NPR] At Tech-Free Camps, People Pay Hundreds To Unplug

15:11 [CNN: Money] Why higher rates won't stall job growth

15:14 [CBC: politics] Greg Weston: Vic Toews to retire ahead of cabinet shuffle

15:15 [Raw Story] Watch live: Trayvon Martin’s mother testifies at Zimmerman trial

15:15 [Raw Story] Christians upset over Depp’s ‘Tonto’ being too pagan in ‘Lone Ranger’

15:15 [Pravda] As many as 752 boxes of premium vodka worth $1.1m stolen in Miami

15:15 [Pravda] Costa Rica mistakenly legalizes gay marriage

15:20 [NPR] Top Stories: June's Job Growth; Fireworks Mishap In Calif.

15:20 [Big Think] The Movie Trailer as the New Model of Marketing

15:20 [Big Think] Would You Pay To See A Digital Ballet?

15:20 [BBC: Technology] VIDEO: Why train windows could start talking

15:23 [Topix Activism News] Rights groups decry Egypt media crackdown

15:24 [CNN] UK babies born on same day as royal heir to get special silver penny

15:25 [Voice of America] VOA News: South Africa: Mandela Not in Vegetative State

15:25 [CNN] Running updates from the Zimmerman trial

15:25 [Telegraph] Costa Rican woman who elevated the Pope to sainthood: 'Praying to John Paul II saved me'

15:25 [Telegraph] China and Russia send joint force of 19 warships to Sea of Japan in largest ever naval exercise

15:25 [Telegraph] Boy, 12, has lucky escape after becoming impaled on metal spike

15:25 [Telegraph] Judge must decide woman's true identity in £14m court battle

15:25 [Telegraph] Muslim television channel fined after preacher of hate incited murder live on air

15:25 [Telegraph] Labour calls in police over vote-rigging scandal as Ed Miliband goes to war with Unite

15:27 [CNN: Crime] Zimmerman trial: A jury of millions

15:28 [CNN: Money] Stocks: Investors cheered by jobs report

15:28 [CNN: Money] Oil prices flirt with 2013 peak

15:28 [CNN: Money] EU central banks: Low rates will last

15:30 [The Progressive] Celebrating Egypt’s New Future

15:32 [Pravda] Russian tourist in Turkey faces 12 years in prison over $10 worth stone

15:32 [zero hedge] Obamacare Strikes: Part-Time Jobs Surge To All Time High; Full-Time Jobs Plunge By 240,000

15:33 [Spiegel] Ghosts of the NSA: Relics of Cold War Spying Dot Germany

15:35 [Raw Story] Man arrested in stolen truck with guns, explosives, body armor

15:36 [Financial Times] Morsi loyalists shot at Egypt protest

15:39 [Truthout] Reclaiming Public Control Over Public Assets and Destructive Outsourcing

15:41 [Telegraph] Agony for hay fever sufferers at temperatures soar to 30C

15:41 [Telegraph] Sketch: Tories head for Europe on a jolly

15:41 [Telegraph] Police chiefs 'admit meetings with Stephen Lawrence's friend were bugged'

15:41 [Telegraph] NHS will not survive without 'courageous action'

15:43 [Foreign Policy in Focus] Egypt Speaks, Again

15:44 [Guardian] Egypt's 'day of rejection' - live updates

15:44 [Guardian] Pope Francis to make John Paul II a saint

15:44 [Guardian] US adds 195,000 new jobs in June but unemployment stays at 7.6%

15:46 [CNET News] Get a Lenovo 12.5-inch ThinkPad Twist for $599.99

15:47 [Fox News: politics] Alaska Republicans regroup for 2014, as Tea Party's Miller returns and Palin stays on sidelines

15:48 [Deutsche Welle] Indian Muslims want an end to racial profiling

15:49 [Fox News] Mom: That Was Trayvon's Screams

15:49 [Fox News] 'FRIDAY OF REJECTION'Egypt Islamists Protest After Morsi's Ouster /i/redes/icon-video.gif

15:49 [Truthout] The "Edward Snowden Aviation Club" and Other Ways to Beat US Persecution

15:50 [Big Think] The Rise of the Micro-Celebrity

15:50 [AL JAZEERA] John Paul II to be made saint

15:50 [AL JAZEERA] Egypt army opens fire on pro-Morsi protesters

15:51 [Reuters] At least three dead as forces fire on pro-Mursi protests in Cairo

15:51 [Voice of America] VOA News: US Hiring Advances, Jobless Rate Unchanged

15:52 [Guardian] Egypt's army declares state of emergency in Suez and South Sinai

16:00 [NPR] VIDEO: California Fireworks Mishap Injures Dozens

16:00 [Guardian] Labour calls in police over Falkirk selection row

16:00 [Guardian] Childcare – why don't men pull their weight?

16:01 [Slashdot] EU Parliament Supports Suspending US Data Sharing

16:01 [Financial Times] Troops open fire at pro-Morsi protest

16:01 [CNN] Trayvon Martin's mother, brother take the stand

16:02 [zero hedge] America Blamed As Islamists' "Day Of Resistance" Turns Deadly - Live Feed

16:03 [Fin24 News] SA's net reserves down to $44.604bn

16:05 [Raw Story] Pro-Morsi protesters wounded by gunfire

16:05 [Raw Story] U.S. adds better-than-expected 195,000 jobs in June

16:05 [Truthdig] 2°C Climate Target ‘Is Half What’s Needed’

16:05 [Truthout] It's Worth It?

16:07 [Fin24 News] SA's net reserves down

16:08 [Deutsche Welle] Germans want in on untapped Afghan resources

16:09 [Reuters] Trayvon Martin's mother says she's certain her son cried for help

16:09 [CNN] Violence erupts in Egypt

16:09 [CBC: politics] Iceland lawmakers discuss citizenship for Snowden

16:09 [Global Voices] J. Lo’s Performance at Birthday Bash Prompts Criticism of Turkmen President

16:10 [Financial Times] Robust jobs growth lifts US yields

16:10 [CNET News] Road Trip Pic of the Day, 7/5: What is this?

16:10 [CNET News] In Chicago, 'The Bean' is perfect interactive public art

16:10 [Truthout] Immigration Reform

16:10 [The Atlantic: International] What Egypt Can Learn From Pakistan

16:11 [zero hedge] Where The (Low-Paying) Jobs Were In June

16:11 [CNN: Money] U.S. job growth stays strong

16:11 [CNN: Money] Stocks: Good job news is good news

16:11 [Telegraph] Chinese newspaper shut for printing 'pretty women' photographs

16:12 [Financial Times] Robust jobs growth lifts US bond yields

16:13 [Voice of America] VOA News: Clashes in Cairo Between Troops, Morsi Supporters

16:13 [CNN: Money] Egypt stocks rally as army ousts president

16:14 [BBC: Entertainment] Christ statue at art attack show

16:15 [CNN: Crime] Trayvon Martin's mother takes the stand

16:15 [] 'We are Not Your Colonies Anymore': South American Leaders Blast 'Kidnapping' of Bolivian President's Plane

16:15 [The Nation] The Coup in Egypt: An Arab Winter?

16:16 [CNN] Sequel mania: A guide to the next five years of film

16:17 [CNN: Money] Egypt stocks rally on coup

16:20 [Big Think] Rudimentary Human Liver Grown From Stem Cells

16:20 [Big Think] Our Prison System Is Our De Facto Mental Health Care System

16:20 [] 'Not Your Colony Anymore': Bolivia Threatens Shutdown of US Embassy Over 'Kidnapping' of President

16:21 [Voice of America] US Labor Market Advance Pushes Stocks Higher

16:22 [Pravda] Russian Army to create Cyber Command

16:22 [Pravda] Russia introduces transport tax on luxury vehicles

16:22 [Pravda] Proton-M blasted off earlier than was required

16:22 [Pravda] Russia grows older

16:25 [Raw Story] Zimmerman lawyer urges Trayvon’s mom to admit her son ’caused his own death’

16:26 [Reuters] Facing jail, protest leader Navalny condemns Putin's Russia

16:26 [Truthout] We Can Handle the Truth

16:26 [CNN: Entertainment] Sequel mania: What's out when

16:27 [CNET News] Get an O!Snap Headphone Holder for $7.49

16:29 [CNN: Entertainment] Are celeb wines any good?

16:31 [zero hedge] Goldman: "We Now Expect QE To Continue Through Q2 2014 Vs. Our Prior Forecast Of Q3 2014"

16:33 [Reuters] EU threatens to suspend data-sharing with U.S. over spying reports

16:33 [The Atlantic: National] The British Are Coming—And They've Brought Newspapers

16:35 [CNN: Living] Endearing pooch helps kids with facial differences

16:35 [CNN: Living] How to joke around with kids

16:35 [CNN: Living] How to build a child's fort

16:35 [CNN: Living] Why not distract kids with tech?

16:36 [Reuters: politics] EU threatens to suspend data-sharing with U.S. over spying reports

16:38 [CNN: Money] Samsung earnings fail to impress

16:38 [CNN: Money] Electric vehicles still struggling to be cost competitive

16:40 [The Atlantic: International] Democracies Are Only as Good as Their Institutions

16:41 [Slashdot] Man Campaigns For Addition of 'Th' Key To Keyboard

16:42 [Spiegel] Made in Bangladesh: Greed, Globalization and the Dhaka Tragedy

16:43 [CNN: Travel] 25 amazing engineering feats

16:43 [CNN: Travel] Dig in: Amazing sand sculptures

16:43 [CNN: Travel] U.S. airlines cancel flights as Mexican volcano rumbles

16:43 [CNN: Travel] World's rudest cab drivers: Get outta ze taxi!

16:43 [CNN: Travel] She's back: Statue of Liberty reopens

16:48 [CNET News] Prince: An iPhone? Hell, no

16:48 [Deutsche Welle] European transonic wind tunnel offers unique ability to test flight safety

16:50 [Big Think] In Wales, Most Adults Are Now Organ Donors By Default

16:51 [CNN: Travel] Dig in: Amazing sand sculpture

16:51 [Slashdot] Iain M. Banks Gets Asteroid Named After Him

16:51 [zero hedge] Stocks Turn Red - Catch Down To Cratering Credit

16:51 [zero hedge] Free Advice Is Sometimes Worth More Than You Paid for It. On That Note, Irishman... Take Your Money And Run!!!

16:52 [Truthout] Millennials Reject Car Culture

16:52 [CNN: Money] HTC, Samsung come to screeching halt

16:52 [CNN: Money] Stocks wobble on jobs report

16:52 [CNN: Money] CNN: Violence erupts in Egypt

16:52 [CNN] Anti-Morsy protesters eye next moves

16:55 [Raw Story] 92-year-old Iraq farmer marries woman 70 years younger

16:55 [Raw Story] Police investigating ex-Marine gun rights activist over armed park video

16:55 [Raw Story] More than 80 women assaulted amid celebration over Morsi ousting in Egypt

16:55 [NPR] That's 'My Son Screaming' On 911 Call, Trayvon's Mother Says

16:55 [NPR] How Sunscreen Can Burn You

16:55 [NPR] In Honduran Crimes, Police Are Seen As Part Of The Problem

16:57 [Truthout] From the Arab Spring to a Global Summer

16:59 [Telegraph] Vatican asks: is the Hulk Catholic?

16:59 [Telegraph] Experts warn of threat from Poland's wild boar

16:59 [Telegraph] China prepares to close down its "city of the doomed"

16:59 [Telegraph] SAS sniper found with pistol claims to have no memory of receiving gun

16:59 [Telegraph] Egypt crisis: Mohamed Morsi supporters shot dead as they march on military barracks

16:59 [Telegraph] Mick Jagger and Nick Clegg seen enjoying a night out together

16:59 [Telegraph] James Bulger killer Jon Venables should be 'housed on Army base', says family

17:00 [BBC: Science & Environment] The secret life of the Sun

17:02 [Spiegel] Spying Fuss: What Is the Big Deal?

17:02 [CNET News] iWatch trademark held by companies that aren't Apple in US, UK and China

17:02 [Guardian] Police admit bugging meeting with Stephen Lawrence friend, says lawyer

17:02 [Guardian] Fears of a new Darfur as refugees are caught in violence on Sudan's border

17:03 [Deutsche Welle] Turkey: two roads to power

17:03 [Deutsche Welle] Fatal clash near Cairo barracks

17:03 [Deutsche Welle] AU condemns overthrow, suspends Egypt

17:04 [Slate Magazine] Pie

17:07 [Fin24 News] Air travel numbers on the rise

17:10 [BBC: Health] Ow! Ouch! Ooo!

17:10 [BBC: Health] Touring 'damaging singers' voices'

17:12 [zero hedge] Opportunity Squandered: We Blew It

17:12 [Slashdot] New Study Fails To Show That Violent Video Games Diminish Prosocial Behavior

17:13 [Reuters] Ukraine opposition wants Tymoshenko freed for treatment

17:13 [BBC: Health] Why deaf people sneeze silently

17:14 [Guardian] Former Vogue editor: The truth about size zero

17:15 [BBC: Entertainment] BBC man died after work complaints

17:17 [CNN: Entertainment] 'Big Brother': No talk of racist houseguests

17:17 [CNN: Entertainment] 'The Sing-Off' taps Jewel as judge

17:20 [Raw Story] Monty Pythoners lose final court battle over ‘Spamalot’ musical royalties

17:20 [NPR] A Lively Political Press In A State Where Everything's Bigger

17:20 [Big Think] How the Internet is Forcing Us to Readjust

17:22 [CBC: politics] Rwandan man found not guilty of war crimes

17:23 [Truthout] Egyptians Defend Military as Morsi Remains in Custody, Top Brotherhood Officer Seized

17:25 [CNN: Health] Mandela not in vegetative state

17:25 [The Onion] American Voices: Sibling Bullying Just As Bad As Peer Bullying

17:26 [Guardian] Missouri threatens return of gas chambers for death row inmates

17:28 [Deutsche Welle] Germany's upper chamber in pre-vacation frenzy

17:29 [CNN] It's going to be soggy and scorching in U.S.

17:30 [Raw Story] Head of Egypt’s armed forces tells Saudi king that the country is ‘stable’

17:30 [Raw Story] Activists dressed as ‘warrior queen’ suffragette protest removing woman from England’s banknotes

17:30 [NPR] Farming Got Hip In Iran Some 12,000 Years Ago, Ancient Seeds Reveal

17:30 [CNN] World's rudest taxi drivers?

17:36 [BBC: Entertainment] TV channel fined over 'kill' speech

17:37 [Voice of America] Mohammed Yusuf: Kenya Farmers Call on Britain to Reverse Khat Ban

17:37 [Mother Jones] Economy Adds 195,000 Jobs, But Experts Say Fed Shouldn't Curb Stimulus Yet /files/Screen%20Shot%202013-07-05%20at%2011.06.02%20AM.png

17:37 [CNET News] For Sony Mobile, it's not enough to be smart

17:38 [CNN: Entertainment] Movie sequel mania: What's out when

17:38 [CNN: Entertainment] Happy Birthday, Pauly D!

17:38 [CNN: Entertainment] Stars in concert with controversy

17:38 [CNN: Entertainment] Celebrity substance abuse confessions

17:38 [CNN] Happy Birthday, Pauly D! This 'Jersey Shore' kid is all grown up

17:41 [Reuters] Three shot dead at pro-Mursi 'Friday of rage' march in Cairo

17:45 [Truthdig] Morsi Cut Down

17:45 [NPR] Four Years On, Economic Recovery Still Sluggish

17:45 [CNN] Report: France also runs mass surveillance program

17:46 [Telegraph] BBC abandons 3D over tiny viewing figures and fears of wasting money

17:46 [Telegraph] BBC's Jeremy Bowen hit by shotgun pellets in Cairo

17:48 [Truthout] Want To Reduce the National Debt? Find More Workers

17:50 [CNN: Technology] Raspberry Pi robot will make you coffee

17:50 [CNN: Technology] Raspberry Pi robot makes you coffee

17:50 [CNN: Technology] Anti-NSA protests on July 4

17:54 [CBC: politics] Ontario judge clears 'probably guilty' Rwandan of war crimes

17:55 [CNET News] Cheap iPhone shown off in colourful mock-ups

17:55 [Voice of America] Mass protests across Egypt

17:55 [] Groups March on Alberta Tar Sands in Walk to Heal Earth and People /sites/

17:55 [CNN] Reducing poverty through smallholder farming

17:56 [The Atlantic: Technology] The Southwest's Forests May Never Recover from Megafires

18:00 [BBC: Entertainment] Suicide followed complaints to BBC

18:01 [Slashdot] Why Are Japanese Men Refusing To Leave Their Rooms?

18:02 [Telegraph] Prisoner banned from taking A level in case he becomes 'too clever'

18:02 [Spiegel] Ladies First: German Universities Edit Out Gender Bias

18:02 [CNN: Money] Stocks: Jobs report is mixed blessing

18:05 [Disinformation] ZXX: A Typeface To Resist Surveillance

18:06 [BBC: Science & Environment] UK group to search for alien signals

18:06 [] Israeli comedian fools Yedioth Ahronoth into believing she is a Bedouin mother of 17

18:07 [Fox News: politics] Missouri governor vetoes bill that nullified fed gun laws

18:07 [Fox News: politics] Power Play: Budget Battles Matter, Forget the Rest

18:09 [Truthout] UN Accuses Israel of Torturing Palestinian Children

18:10 [Raw Story] Missouri threatens return of gas chambers for death row inmates

18:10 [Raw Story] Fox News host: Not using God to sell beer means ‘the terrorists have won’

18:10 [Reuters] Zimbabwe's Mugabe launches 'fight for life' poll campaign

18:11 [Slashdot] BBC Gives Up On 3-D Television Programming

18:12 [zero hedge] Draghi Gains Evaporate, Europe Ends Week Unchanged

18:12 [zero hedge] No Manufacturing Jobs But More Waiters And Bartenders Than Ever

18:12 [CNN] Prince Harry now an Apache chopper commander

18:13 [Voice of America] Reuters: WHO Sets Up Emergency Committee on MERS Virus

18:14 [Pravda] Kim Jong Un's North Korea stuck in the past forever?

18:15 [Truthout] Rep. John Lewis, Civil Rights Icon, on the Struggle to Win, and Now Protect, Voting Rights in US

18:18 [Guardian] Guantánamo authorities 'planning Ramadan force-feeding factory'

18:19 [CNET News] Amazon Kindle Fire HD price slashed 12 per cent to $169

18:19 [Slate Magazine] It’s Not A Coup, We Swear

18:20 [Truthout] Forcing Down the Bolivian President's Plane Was an Act of Piracy

18:22 [CBC: politics] Wright's $90,000 offer to Mike Duffy had conditions, RCMP say

18:22 [Spiegel] Picture This: Keep Off Grass

18:25 [Big Think] Psychopaths Don't Suffer

18:25 [Big Think] In Bangalore, A Different Kind Of Male-Female Conversation

18:27 [CNN: Crime] Trayvon Martin's mom identifies screams

18:27 [Voice of America] Reuters: Trayvon Martin's Mother Says Son Cried for Help

18:27 [Reuters] Fierce fighting batters Syria's strategic city of Homs

18:28 [Guardian] Michael Gove abandons plans to drop climate change from curriculum

18:30 [Truthout] Caught on Tape: Irish Bankers Laugh About Never Repaying Bailout

18:31 [Slashdot] Landing On an a Asteroid Might Cause an Avalanche

18:32 [zero hedge] Stocks Spike In Stop Scare As VIX Slammed

18:33 [Deutsche Welle] Ethnic tensions escalating in Xinjiang

18:34 [Telegraph] Mandela has 'a good chance of recovery', says friend

18:34 [Slate Magazine] Minor Gods

18:34 [Guardian] Police admit bugging Stephen Lawrence murder witness

18:35 [CNET News] Russian spy proposes to Edward Snowden on Twitter

18:40 [Amnesty International] Egypt: Crackdown on Morsi’s supporters heralds new rights abuses

18:42 [Spiegel] Horticultural Hate: The Mystery of the Forest Swastikas

18:43 [CNN: Living] Proper 'petiquette'

18:44 [Reuters] French honorary consul in Benghazi survives gun attack

18:46 [Truthout] Independence from Terror

18:47 [This Magazine] Friday FTW: Feminist Taylor Swift and other great feminist tweets

18:47 [Financial Times] Erdogan attacks west over Egypt

18:47 [Financial Times] Mandela feud descends into farce

18:47 [Financial Times] Past resurfaces in Bolivian drama

18:48 [Mother Jones] Even Republicans Admit It: Politics Did Not Drive the IRS Tea Party "Scandal"

18:48 [Telegraph] Evo Morales threatens to shut US embassy in Bolivia

18:48 [Telegraph] Prince of Wales asks for tips on becoming a grandfather

18:50 [Raw Story] Practice of burying flowers with dead may date back 13,700 years

18:50 [Raw Story] Scientists add dozens of Australian worm-like snakes to species list

18:50 [Fox News] Violence Breaks Out at Cairo Protest

18:50 [Fox News] ZIMMERMAN TRIAL:Those Were Trayvon's Screams, Mom Testifies

18:50 [Fox News] SAINTHOOD FOR POPEPope John Paul II Miracle Clears Way to Canonization

18:50 [Truthdig] Think Your Money is Safe in an Insured Bank Account? Think Again

18:50 [Truthdig] ‘When Is a Military Coup Not a Military Coup?’

18:51 [Fox News] Iceland proposal would grant Snowden citizenship- Boliva wants apology over president's plane row

18:55 [Voice of America] View Poland's 'Most Wanted' on Your Phone

18:56 [] Gitmo Hunger Strikers to Face 'Force-Feeding Factory' During Ramadan /sites/

19:00 [Fin24 News] Egypt faces rising financial risk - data

19:00 [Reuters] Britain wants EU ministers to break Hezbollah deadlock

19:01 [] In Egypt: Elation and Caution Follow 'Popular Coup' /sites/

19:01 [] Restore the 4th! 'Turning Point' for Opposing Mass Gov't Surveillance /sites/

19:01 [] Shots Fired in Cairo as 'Friday of Rejection' Spurs Counter Protests /sites/

19:01 [] 'Not Your Colony': Bolivia Threatens Shutdown of US Embassy /sites/

19:01 [] Hundreds Walk to "Heart of Destruction" for Tar Sands Healing /sites/

19:01 [] Gitmo Hunger Strikers to Face 'Force-Feeding Factory' During Ramadan /sites/

19:01 [CNN: Money] Hot trend: Mini smartphones

19:04 [Telegraph] Animal photos of the week: 5 July 2013

19:04 [Telegraph] UK blocks EU talks with US over surveillance operations

19:04 [Fin24 News] Pressure mounts on construction cartel

19:04 [Guardian] Nicolas Sarkozy returns to politics after expenses ruling threatens UMP party

19:04 [Guardian] Tax avoidance: UK effort to collect from assets hidden in Switzerland fails

19:05 [Raw Story] Israeli security strip searches Arab journalist at U.S. July Fourth party

19:05 [Disinformation] Bob Larson Interviews Nikolas and Zeena Schreck

19:06 [Reuters] Iceland parliament declines Snowden's citizenship bid

19:07 [CNN] Political week ahead: Five stories to watch

19:07 [CNN] Man, woman missing on water near Coney Island

19:10 [The Progressive] Dancing with the Devil in Egypt

19:10 [zero hedge] Guest Post: Market Celebrates Egypt’s Coup, But It’s Not Over Yet

19:11 [CNN] Hundreds of Park Police guns unaccounted for, report says

19:11 [CNN] Djokovic survives Del Potro onslaught to reach Wimbledon final

19:12 [CNN: Money] Oil prices at 2013 high above $103 a barrel

19:14 [Slashdot] Student Project Could Kill Digital Ad Targeting

19:14 [Guardian] Andy Murray v Jerzy Janowicz: Wimbledon semi-final – live! | Jacob Steinberg

19:15 [CBC: politics] Peter Kent says he won't be upset to lose cabinet post

19:18 [Mother Jones] Friday Cat Blogging - 5 July 2013 /files/blog_domino_2013_07_05.jpg

19:21 [CNN] Macklemore, Justin Timberlake lead midyear sales figures

19:21 [CNET News] Codlo: Rice cooker sous vide gadget is affordable, stylish

19:25 [The Atlantic: In Focus] The Statue of Liberty: 127 Years at America's Gateway

19:27 [Topix Activism News] Syrian army assaults rebel held areas of Homs

19:29 [Deutsche Welle] Mugabe threatens to pull Zimbabwe out of regional bloc

19:29 [CNN: Politics] Rick Perry should apologize to Wendy Davis

19:29 [CNN: Politics] Bush holds tongue on successor

19:29 [CNN: Politics] Weighing Washington's response to Egypt

19:29 [CNN: Politics] Violence erupts in Egypt

19:29 [CNN: Politics] 'Rape is rape' bill passes New York Assembly

19:29 [CNN: Politics] The week ahead: 5 stories to watch

19:31 [zero hedge] Iceland Denies Snowden's Bid For Citizenship

19:34 [CBC: politics] Wright's $90K offer to Mike Duffy had conditions, RCMP say

19:35 [Raw Story] Iceland parliament declines Snowden’s citizenship request

19:40 [The Onion] Farmer Who Cleared Out Crops To Build Baseball Field Goes Bankrupt, Loses Family, Arrested For Tax Evasion

19:41 [The Atlantic: International] In Russia, a 'Generalized Climate of Fear'

19:41 [The Nation] What Led to Morsi's Fall—And What Comes Next?

19:45 [Guardian] Millions of Syrians in need of food aid as war devastates food production

19:45 [NPR] Florida Family, Historic Yacht Presumed Lost Off New Zealand

19:50 [Telegraph] Exercise changes the way fat is stored

19:51 [Anarchist news] SF Tenants protest at Rick Holman's Home as part of 'Eviction Free Summer'

19:51 [Anarchist news] In Greece, things move fast – except justice for Kostas Sakkas

19:54 [Deutsche Welle] Egypt's Mansour dissolves Shura Council

19:55 [Raw Story] Return to moon put in jeopardy by dust, scientists say

19:55 [Big Think] Why You May Want To Bring Your Own Music To The Casino

19:59 [Fin24 News] Monetary divide to accelerate dollar surge

20:01 [Slashdot] Oracle Quietly Switches BerkeleyDB To AGPL

20:02 [Financial Times] US bond yields soar on robust jobs growth

20:04 [The Atlantic: National] How to Talk About Female Politicians, The Geography of Rock Stardom, Surviving a Crash in the Sahara: The New Atlantic Weekly Is Out

20:04 [Slate Magazine] How to Make a Decent Cup of Tea

20:05 [Raw Story] American Indian rights in play while Iraq vet fights for 3-year-old daughter

20:05 [Truthdig] Immigration Reform

20:06 [Telegraph] British woman trying to save Japan's nuclear power industry says: 'Radiation is scary'

20:09 [CNN] Boy, 8, gets help for injured father after crash onto river sandbar

20:09 [CNN] The ultimate binge-watching bucket list

20:10 [Raw Story] Native American rights in play while Iraq vet fights for 3-year-old daughter

20:10 [The Atlantic: Politics] John Kerry and Watersports: An Unfortunate History

20:11 [] Report: Huge explosions heard overnight near north Syria arms depot

20:11 [CNET News] Why next-gen consoles won't run games at 4K

20:12 [CNN: Money] Stocks rise after jobs report

20:14 [Deutsche Welle] Sarkozy slams party finance ruling against UMP

20:20 [Raw Story] Prince Harry qualifies as Apache helicopter commander

20:20 [Disinformation] Documentary: Speak of the Devil (1995)

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20:45 [The Progressive] Skeptical on Egypt's Revolution

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20:52 [Voice of America] Dorian Jones: Turkish PM Condemns Removal of Morsi

20:55 [zero hedge] Global Earnings Downgrades Worst In 12 Months

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21:17 [The Onion] Cubs Players Heckle Lackluster Fans In Wrigley Field Stands

21:20 [Disinformation] Homicide Conviction Upheld For Parents Who Only Prayed For Diabetic Daughter

21:22 [Voice of America] Reuters: Fierce Fighting Batters Syria's Homs

21:23 [Fox News: politics] US-EU talks to begin Monday, will discuss data protection and privacy

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21:35 [Reuters] Three shot dead in Cairo, Islamist protests spread

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21:46 [Reuters] Woman heard 'be not afraid' before miracle that made pope a saint

21:49 [Financial Times] Central banks learn harsh lesson from Fed

21:50 [Raw Story] Snowden makes six new asylum requests

21:52 [Electronic Intifada] Palestinians caught "between two fires" in Syria, says refugee

21:53 [CBC: politics] World leaders put Egypt on notice over democracy

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21:53 [Fox News] Judge orders alleged shooting victim of Aaron Hernandez to appear in front of grand jury

21:53 [Fox News] US-EU trade talks to begin Monday

21:53 [Fox News] Conservatives gear up for fight on immigration

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21:54 [CNN] Post-coup violence erupts in Egypt

21:54 [Telegraph] Pope John Paul to become fastest saint in recent history

21:54 [Telegraph] Sgt Danny Nightingale "made false confession due to brain injury"

21:54 [Telegraph] Egypt crisis: Muslim Brotherhood eye-witness tells how he was shot and others killed by Republican Guard

21:54 [Telegraph] Boris buses 'hotter than magma' in summer weather

21:56 [Reuters: politics] Wisconsin governor signs into law new abortion restrictions

21:57 [Reuters] Syrian opposition suffers setbacks on ground, in Egypt

22:01 [NPR] Genes May Reveal When Aspirin Won't Reduce Heart Risk

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22:10 [Raw Story] Florida pastor urges men to destroy computers in quest to live ‘porn free’

22:14 [CNN] A week of upheaval in Egyptian politics

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22:25 [Fox News: politics] Israel's envoy to the US stepping down

22:25 [Fox News: politics] Obama turns to top officials to tout democracy and political transparency for Egypt

22:25 [Reuters] Woman heard "be not afraid" before cure sealing John Paul II's sainthood

22:29 [Deutsche Welle] Syria's Homs ravaged, UN warns of food shortages

22:31 [NPR] At Cambodia Hotel, The Workers Are The Boss

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22:35 [Fox News: politics] Supreme Court's same-sex ruling has employers scrambling to ensure benefits comply

22:36 [Slashdot] Revelations On the French Big Brother

22:37 [AL JAZEERA] Dozens killed in battle for Somali port city

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22:41 [Telegraph] Egypt crisis: at least 10 killed as Muslim Brotherhood clash with ousted Mohammed Morsi's enemies

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22:45 [CNET News] Sprint-Softbank deal clears final FCC hurdle

22:47 [] Five Egyptian police killed in attacks in Sinai town, sources say

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22:50 [Raw Story] Endanger species trafficker kills 5 crocodiles, 90 rare birds as police descend on his compound

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22:58 [Voice of America] Brian Padden: Egyptian Military Clashes With Muslim Brotherhood Supporters

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23:07 [Financial Times] Sarkozy paves way for political comeback

23:07 [CNN: Entertainment] Alleged victim in 50 Cent case a model, actress

23:09 [Guardian] Andy Murray tames Jerzy Janowicz to reach second Wimbledon final

23:11 [Global Voices] Protests Erupt in South Korea Over Spy Agency's Electioneering

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23:14 [Deutsche Welle] Suicide bomber targets Shiite mosque in Baghdad

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23:22 [CNN] No.1 Djokovic and home hope Murray to contest dream Wimbledon final

23:26 [Voice of America] VOA News: France Turns Down Snowden Asylum Request

23:27 [Telegraph] Who's running Labour?

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23:28 [CNN] 17 dead, hundreds wounded as post-coup violence erupts in Egypt

23:29 [Deutsche Welle] The ECB's risky low interest rate policy

23:31 [NPR] What Is Farm Runoff Doing To The Water? Scientists Wade In

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23:32 [Reuters] Judge denies request to dismiss charge against Zimmerman

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23:46 [CBC: politics] Egypt military vehicles deploy in Cairo clashes

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23:54 [Reuters] At least 17 dead as Islamist protests spread across Egypt

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