Sun News Digest

SUN NEWS DIGEST

November 30, 2006

NATIONAL

Reviewing global warming

In sharp debate yesterday before the U.S. Supreme Court, states and environmental groups urged the justices to require that the Bush administration regulate greenhouse gases from new vehicles in an effort to slow global warming. pg 3a

WORLD

Bush, al-Maliki talks canceled

A highly anticipated meeting between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and President Bush was abruptly canceled yesterday, hours after the disclosure of a White House memo questioning al-Maliki's ability to pacify his country. pg 13a

MARYLAND

Chairman backs Bromwell

The chairman of the state's largest insurance fund for injured public employees reiterated his support yesterday for Thomas L. Bromwell, the fund's president and former state senator. pg 1b

Suspect's residency questioned

The man charged in a drunken-driving accident that killed a Marine and his friend on Thanksgiving night is apparently in the country illegally and had received a Maryland driver's license by first obtaining one from North Carolina. pg 1b

SPORTS

Buck breaks state record

Bill Crutchfield Jr. set a Maryland record for a buck he shot Monday in southern Charles County. Crutchfield's total score was 268 4/8 inches, breaking the mark set in 1987 of 228 4/8 inches. pg 1c

BUSINESS

DOW -- UP

+90.28

12,226.73

NASDAQ -- UP

+19.62

2,432.23

S&P -- UP

+12.76

1,399.48

SUN INDEX -- UP

+2.91

357.19

A fresh approach to snacks

Consumers are seeing more fresh fruits and vegetables in convenience store cases right next to the traditional munchies like preservative-packed desserts and bags of salty snacks. pg 1d

TODAY

A dog's best friend

Sallyann Jennings is on a mission: rescuing dogs about to be euthanized and finding them homes.

She operates her non-profit animal rescue in a bite-off-more-than-you-can-chew, abandon-the-plan, stretch-a-little-further, can-I-ask-you-one-more-favor kind of way. pg 1e

Ravens sack `Anatomy'

The popular ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy is being shut out of its regular-scheduled time tonight by the Baltimore Ravens. But, don't fret. Fans can tape it at 1:05 a.m., or watch the show online tomorrow. pg 1e

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