Lunchtime Links: July 29, 2010

This weekend’s wedding of Chelsea Clinton raises familiar questions about interfaith marriage – and a flight ban over the ceremony.

A second U.S. Navy sailor who went missing in a dangerous part of eastern Afghanistan was found dead and his body recovered, a senior U.S. military official and Afghan officials said Thursday.

The future of the controversial Arizona immigration law is in judicial limbo.

A new government study points to a marked rise in temperatures over the last decade as fresh evidence of global warming.

A French mother admitted killing eight newborn babies Thursday, investigators said, as a shocked nation struggled to digest the latest grisly tragedy of village life.

Concerns about pollution and water quality have prompted an environmental advocacy group to call for the banning of baptisms in the lower Jordan River.

Hard-throwing Houston Astros pitcher Roy Oswalt appears heading to Philadelphia as the Major League Baseball trade deadline looms Saturday.

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