Earthquake Shakes San Diego; 'Bin Laden Hunter' Arrested: Today's Headlines

Suzanne Murray

rooster morning headlinesGot your coffee? Here's the news.

The FBI made its files on the late Senator Ted Kennedy public yesterday, giving the world a look at the many death threats that plagued him, "sex parties" he attended, and more. -- Newsweek

Fifty-two-year-old Gary Brooks Faulkner, an armed American man who claims to have been on a mission to hunt down Osama Bin Laden, has been arrested in northern Pakistan. -- BBC

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake shook throughout San Diego County last night. So far there have been no reports of major damage. -- Sign On San Diego

Starbucks will start offering free Wi-Fi to all customers starting on July 1, 2010. -- Wired

Military gear and weapons were found inside the vehicle of a man and woman who attempted to gain illegal entry to MacDill Air Force Base in Florida last night. The two are in custody. -- Fox News


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