Lunchtime Links: May 6, 2010

The National Day of Prayer is underway under the specter of a recent federal court ruling declaring it unconstitutional. There are many different ways to participate.

American officials said Wednesday that it was very likely that a radical group of Pakistan-based Taliban once thought unable to attack the United States had played a role in the bombing attempt in Times Square, elevating concerns about whether other militant groups could deliver at least a glancing blow on American soil.

“Wait and see” seems to be the mantra for travelers and businesses getting ready for high season on the Gulf Shore’s popular beaches with the advance of the BP oil spill.

British voters are at the polls today in what could be a groundbreaking election for a new prime minister.

Aaron Kelly’s elimination trimmed the “American Idol” field to the final four.

The University of Virginia is struggling to move forward academically and athletically from the murder of women’s lacrosse player Yeardley Love.

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