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News Briefing: Bush Offers Navy Units, Criticizes Junta as Storm Aid Begins to Reach Rangoon

By Kate Golden on May 7, 2008No Comment
  • A Long Island philanthropist and fundraiser for Israeli charities is at the center of a growing storm surrounding Ehud Olmert.  [New York Times]
  • A nonprofit group releases its second annual ranking of 56 consumer companies on their green track records.  [New York Times]
  • Bush offers U.S. Navy units to help in international relief efforts in Myanmar.  [Washington Post]
  • A Tulsa businessman sues the Lance Armstrong Foundation in a trademark dispute.  [Associated Press]
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