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AirTalk for June 14, 2012

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Foreclosures Spike As Banks Accelerate Loan Default Notices

Housing prices, sales and mortgage rates going up

In May, the sSouthland saw a sharp uptick in both housing prices and the number of homes sold.
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy ges

The European economy and its impact on the U.S.

With a recent election in Greece and uncertainty over whether or not the country will stay true to the terms of its bailout, now Spain and Italy are proving to be major areas of concern for the continent.
Lightning McQueen, Mater and Finn McMissile of "Cars 2" Roll Into Bob's Big Boy
In 2007, Disney announced a $1.1-billion renovation to its California Adventure park. Now, nearly five years later, the new additions will finally be opening to the public on June 15.
Miami Heat v Oklahoma City Thunder - Game One
Professional basketball players are working hard as the NBA Finals progress.

Facebook advertising: a boost or bust for business?

Status updates and jealous-making vacation pics aren’t the only things vying for your attention on Facebook.
Legendary composer Marvin Hamlisch returns to the Pasadena Pops

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