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AirTalk for June 7, 2012

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US President Barack Obama speaks during
Last night, the Beverly Wilshire Hotel was the scene of a boisterous affair.

LA Kings take battle to Jersey

They were hoping to continue their winning streak to lift the Stanley Cup on home soil, but the LA Kings didn't quite pull it out of the bag last night.

Orange County journalists’ roundtable

Nick and our talented Orange County journalists will chew on the latest big news from the O.C., including a lack of news about the San Onofre nuclear plant.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke

Ongoing economic woes and dealing with debt collectors

In case you were wondering, the economy still isn’t doing so hot.
House Foreign Affairs Committee Ranking
Newly drawn district lines left long-time Democratic congressmen Howard Berman and Brad Sherman vying for the same congressional seat.
144th Belmont Stakes - Preview
There hasn’t been a Triple Crown winner in over three decades. Could I'll Have Another change that?

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