We're back from a holiday weekend, and here are your Top Lines--from Eliot to Edward.
We’re back from a holiday weekend, and here are your Top Lines: Survivors of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 give first-hand accounts of what happened when a Boeing 777 crashed at San Francisco International Airport on Sunday. Eliot Spitzer looks for forgiveness, and votes, as he launches his new campaign for elected office in New York City. And fighting in Egypt rages on, as White House critics slam the military “coup” that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood from power.
Plus, Edward Snowden needs more than just asylum offers to get out of a Moscow airport, David Brooks of the New York Times skewers “intellectually weak” arguments against immigration reform, and baby pandas continue their reign as the world’s cutest animals (the recent birth of an adorable sloth at the Minnesota Zoo notwithstanding).