June 2006
Newsweek;6/12/2006, Vol. 147 Issue 24, p6
The article provides various news briefs concerning several people and events throughout the world. Topics of discussion include the U.S. war in Iraq, administrative news on Wall Street, and Homeland Security funding for anti-terrorist efforts. News anchor Katie Couric, the World Cup soccer games, and spelling bees are also mentioned.


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