- Making News: London Wins 2012 Olympics; Blair, Chirac to Meet at G8
There was dancing today in Trafalgar Square as fighter jets trailed smoke with the colors of the British flag and Prime Minister Tony Blair proclaimed -a momentous day for London,- which beat Paris, New York and Madrid as host city for the 2012 Olympic Games. Jonathan Friedland of Britain's Guardian newspaper says President Jacques Chirac will be "eating crow" at tonight's G8 summit dinner.
- Reporter's Notebook: After 9,000 Years, Scientists Examine Kennewick Man
Nine years ago, college students stumbled across a human skull on the banks of the Columbia River in Washington State. Before scientists could do any research, five Native American tribes claimed ownership. Now, the legal dispute has been resolved. The Seattle Times' Sandi Doughton says that opens the way for scientists to investigate Kennewick Man, the oldest and best-preserved ancient human remains ever found in North America.
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