This Morning On The Stephanie Miller Show

Ted Boutrous Jr., law partner of Ted Olson, calls in at 7:06am to discuss the constitutionality of Prop. 8 and to explain why they are going to the Feds now to overturn it.

Brazilian and French rescue teams combed vast sections of the Atlantic after an Air France jet disappeared in a possible crash. A report of “shiny spots” in the sea along the route of Flight 447 by a crew from a Brazilian airline prompted a search in the territorial waters off Senegal, but without result.

Scott Roeder faces a scheduled court hearing today in the weekend slaying of Dr. George Tiller, a Kansas abortion doctor. Associates described Roeder as a regular participant in anti-abortion demonstrations in Kansas City and Wichita, where Tiller’s practice was located.

The United States is working with its allies to send a “strong, unified” message to North Korea that its “belligerent” actions have consequences. Sanctions may include travel and visa bans on certain members of the regime and tougher trade and economic sanctions.

General Motors filed for bankruptcy protection early yesterday, a move once viewed as unthinkable that became inevitable after years of losses and market share declines capped by dramatic plunges in sales in recent months.

In an hour of rapid-fire questions over Minnesota’s disputed Senate election, the state’s highest court yesterday focused on whether vote-counting flaws alleged by Norm Coleman were severe enough to deny Democrat Al Franken the win.


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