Front Page: Bill Clinton and George W. Bush Book Joint Speech


  • Former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have booked a joint appearance. They will meet together in Toronto next month for a private conversation about the last 16 years. — Globe and Mail
  • An accused Somali pirate will face charges today in a New York court room. — Christian Science Monitor
  • President Obama spoke at CIA headquarters yesterday, vowing to continue support of the agency despite the revelation of previous mistakes. — Washington Post
  • The United Nations conference on racism is trying to recover as participants have refused to return after Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivered a speech attacking Israel. — New York Times
  • A government watchdog group has launched almost 20 criminal probes related to the $700 billion bailout plan. Investigators will look for possible corruption, fraud, or insider trading. — USA Today
  • Dick Cheney has slammed President Obama for shaking hands with Hugo Chavez and traveling to Europe to apologize for America. — Huffington Post
  • A man wrote to President Obama urging him to quit smoking, and the President wrote back. — Chicago Sun Times

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