Blackhawks Win Stanley Cup; BP Shares Plummet: Today's Headlines

Suzanne Murray
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Got your coffee? Here's the news.

President Obama supports the UN Security Council's new sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program, saying it sends an "unmistakable message" to Tehran. -- Washington Post

More than 12,000 Minnesota nurses are striking at 14 hospitals in a dispute over staffing levels and pension benefits. The strike is planned for one day. -- USA Today

BP shares continued to fall today over concerns about the costs the British company will face as a result of the massive Gulf Coast oil spill. The company's depository shares reached a 14-year low yesterday. -- MSNBC

Alvin Greene, a 32-year-old jobless vet, won Tuesday's Senate primary in South Carolina, but Democratic Party officials are allegedly asking him to step aside. -- Fox News

The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in overtime last night, beating the Philadelphia Flyers. -- The Huffington Post


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