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In this issue:  The hazards of summer, Sonia Sotomayor, and
tips for waking up early.

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Popular Mechanics says diving robots could recover Air
France 447's black box.

Before you dive headfirst into all those fun activities that
summer has to offer, remember that summer brings more with
it than just the sun.  Thankfully, you can avoid many of
these seasonal hazards by following AskMen's summer health
care guide.
U.S. NHTSA reminds everyone that the risk of a serious
injury or death during hot weather is heightened for
children left alone in vehicles.

Registered Rep. says the Securities and Exchange
Commission's announcement about its newly created Investor
Advisory Committee will probably get plenty of eye rolls.

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ifeminists criticizes Supreme Court nominee Sonia
Sotomayor's comments about race and gender.
New-school sexism disguised as female empowerment has come
back to haunt the Democrats as they work to reshape the High
Court, according to ifeminists.
AskMen reports that a Kentucky pastor is inviting his flock
to bring guns to church to celebrate the Fourth of July and
the Second Amendment.

Food Processing reports that Pepsico's Frito-Lay and
TerraCycle have partnered to start chip bag brigades to
upcycle used packaging.

Science News says that genetic analysis of the swine flu
virus reveals diverse components that have existed for years
but are combined in a new way.

Indiana pensioners are challenge the legality of Chrysler's
bankruptcy, according to Motley Fool.
AskMen gives you four steps to help you wake up early.