Front Page: UK Papers Accused of Spying on Famous People

  • British police are investigating the tabloid News of the World and other papers for allegedly paying private investigators to obtain private phone numbers, bank statements, and voice mail messages from top celebrities and politicians. — AP
  • Violence erupted across Iran, as Iranians held a new wave of demonstrations. Baton-wielding police officers broke up the protests. — BBC News
  • Last week, US jobless claims dropped to the lowest since the beginning of last year, signaling that layoffs may be slowing. — New York Times
  • A new study shows that obesity is hitting California's economy. — LA Times
  • The Feds have busted a huge dog-fighting ring, rescuing about 350 dogs. — CNN
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