Lunchtime Links: April 20, 2010

The cyber attack which hit Google in December retrieved its password database and raises questions about the search engine giant’s security setup.

Space shuttle Discovery landed safely this morning in Florida after being delayed by weather.

Arizona Sens. John McCain and John Kyl called for additional National Guard troops at the U.S.-Mexico border in light of escalating drug violence.

Stranded in New York because of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland, Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg ran the Scandinavian country with significant help from an iPad. Meanwhile air traffic is gradually returning to European air space.

Dorothy Height, who as longtime president of the National Council of Negro Women was the leading female voice of the 1960s civil rights movement, died Tuesday. She was 98.

The deal-making and rumors are reaching a fever pitch as the NFL Draft approaches Thursday.

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