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Burris: 'No Pay-to-Play'; Obama Orders Secrecy Review; Military Gift-Tracking Faulted

POSTED: 10:26 AM ET, 05/28/2009 by Amanda Zamora

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Burris: 'No Pay-to-Play' » A day after the release of audiotapes revealing promises made to Rod Blagojevich's campaign fund, Sen. Roland W. Burris (D-Ill.) yesterday denied any wrongdoing related to his pursuit of Barack Obama's vacated Senate seat. — Washington Post

Obama Orders Secrecy Review » The president has asked national security adviser James L. Jones to canvass executive branch officials about their procedures for handling classified information and to make recommendations about better information sharing. — Washington Post

Muslim Charity Members Sentenced in Texas » Two founding members of what was once the nation's largest Muslim charity were each sentenced to 65 years in prison Wednesday for funneling millions of dollars to the Palestinian militant group Hamas. — The Dallas Morning News

Settlement Reached in Brooklyn Psych Case » New York City has agreed to pay $2 million to the family of a woman who died last year on the floor of the psychiatric emergency room at Kings County Hospital Center after waiting more than 24 hours to be treated. — New York Times

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» Oversight Questions Delay Sale of Toxic Assets (WaPo)
» Top Fund to Shut as Firm Faces Probe (WSJ/$)
» Citi, SEC in Talks to Settle Asset Probe (WSJ/$)
» Ex-HUD official guilty in campaign scheme (UPI)
» Grassley Flags Academic Doctor's Industry Pay (WSJ/$)
» Questions, bitterness remain after LAPD targets officer (LAT)
» House Calls for Closer Watch on Food Supply (WaPo)
» GAO Faults Tracking of Gifts to Military (The Washington Post)
» Report: Abu Ghraib photos 'show rape' (Telegraph)
» FBI planning a bigger role in terrorism fight (LAT)
» Ex-Spy Chief in Italy Denies Role in C.I.A Kidnap(AP)

By Amanda Zamora |  May 28, 2009; 10:26 AM ET The Daily Read
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