A.M. Links: PRI Returning to Power in Mexico, No Comment from John Roberts, Spain Wins Euro Cup


  • they've got something to celebrate

    Mohammed Morsi took the oath of office at Egypt's Tahrir Square a day before the military's inaugural ceremony, promising off-handedly to work for the release of Sheik Omar Rahman, convicted in the United States for the 1993 terrorist bombing of the World Trade Center.

  • Enrique Peña Nieto appears to have won the presidential election in Mexico, bringing the PRI, which ruled through much of the 20th century, back to power.
  • No comment from John Roberts as criticism continues.
  • Power is out in areas in and around DC after a weekend storm. "I will not accept the timetable" provided by the power company, one local county executive said, possibly confusing opinion with fact.
  • Apple will pay $60 million to the Chinese company from which it previously bought worldwide rights to the iPad name for the rights to the name in China, clearing the way for the device's sale there.
  • Scientists may be announcing they've discovered the so-called God particle.
  • Tiger Woods surpassed Jack Nicklaus for second all-time PGA career wins after winning the AT&T National.
  • Defending champion Spain defeated Italy in the EUFA Finals to become the first team to win back-to-back Euro Cups, making it their third win in a major tournament. Spain won the World Cup in 2010. 

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