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GOVERNOR RECALL SAVED BY POWERFUL VOTE. Same Administration New Political Times.
Scott Walker becomes the nation's first governor to democratically survive a recall. This GOP Governor needs to fix Wisconsin's political divide. His win sets the stage for what's now expected to be a hard-fought presidential battle and good news for Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

MORE SUICIDE BOMBERS. Afghanistan Attack Kills A Couple Dozen Civilians.
Taliban claims responsibility for two suicide bombers blowing themselves up in a market area in southern Afghanistan. At least 22 people were killed and some 50 wounded.

YOUNG REFUSING BASHAR REGIME. Syrian Young Refusing Military Draft.
The uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad - and the regime's forceful reaction - has prompted a growing number of young Syrians to dodge the draft. They fear that military service will force them to kill their countrymen - or get killed themselves.

JURY SELECTION CONTINUES. Pennsylvania State Sex Case.
Nine main jury members are selected for the sex abuse trial of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, while community ties to Penn State show through.

Most of the world watched the nearly 7-hour celestial showcase that will not be repeated for over a century. The movement of Venus across the sun is a reminder of how small earth is.