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Movie Weekend Gross
1. U.S. helps break siege that trapped Yazidis atop an Iraqi mountain
1. Ukraine's new leader hammers rebels while promising diplomacy
The summer movie season is upon us, and with it comes all of the anticipated hoopla of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. Most film producers save their best efforts for the months when sitting in a cool movie theater sounds the most appealing, making it the best time of year for movie fanatics. But for every box office success, there are a few films that fail to hit home with viewers and critics alike. The following are a few of the films most likely to leave the audience regretting their $12 and two hour investment.
1. Obama will reportedly push to end NSA bulk phone surveillance
1. President Obama’s meeting with congressional leaders goes nowhere
1. GEORGE ZIMMERMAN CASE GOES TO JURY The defense and prosecution concluded their closing arguments in the George Zimmerman trial after three weeks of testimony. The six-woman jury must now decide whether to acquit Zimmerman or find him guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter for the shooting death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. [CNN] ………………………………………………………………………………
May 25, 2005 - The Oro Valley Town Council took steps toward annexing the La Cholla Airpark at its May 18 meeting, approving a preannexation agreement and zoning changes to help the small airport fit into the community.
Native Tucsonan Jon Robson has lived in Oro Valley only a year, but he has a pretty good idea of how he'd run things if elected to a four-year term to the Oro Valley Town Council.
Roger Dougan, the manager of the Marana-Northwest-Regional Airport who was suspended and placed on paid administrative leave last month, is expected to tender his resignation by June 30.
The firing of a paramedic who tested positive for cocaine use during a drug test has placed Northwest Fire and Rescue District Chief Jeff Piechura at odds with the firefighter's union that has staunchly supported him in the past.