June 22nd, 2010
11:06 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

The five most popular CNN.com stories during the last 24 hours, according to Newspulse:

Obama 'angry' after reading McChrystal's remarks: The fate of the top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan hinges on his meeting Wednesday with President Barack Obama, who was "angry" after reading the general's remarks about colleagues in a magazine profile to be published Friday.

Man arrested after wife writes to Obama: Not everyone expects a response when they write a letter to the president of the United States. But Caroline Jamieson got much more than she expected when her husband ended up in jail and afraid he would be deported.

Bachelor Pavelka and Girardi split: Many viewers of "The Bachelor" groaned when Jake Pavelka picked Vienna Girardi amid tabloid rumors about Girardi's wild past and accusations of betrayal and plastic surgery. Pavelka defended her - and his decision - but just over three months later, something has gone wrong.

Psych report: Van der Sloot has women issues: Joran van der Sloot has a low tolerance for frustration and "doesn't value the female role," according to excerpts from a psychological investigation report given to a judge by prosecutors Monday.

Officer on paid leave after hospital arrest: The Chattanooga, Tennessee, police department has placed an officer on paid administrative leave after he arrested a man who was speeding and ran three red lights as he tried to rush his wife to a hospital, police said.


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      now all the Press seem less interested to talk about this problem... the oil spill's news are no longer in the Google News main page... BP (as always) doesn't listen nor answer to anyone... and, at 100,000 barrels per day, the BP wellhead will gush over 250,000,000 gallons in the next TWO months, until BP will finish the drilling of the relief wells that (if lucky) "should" solve the problem within mid-august... personally, I'm thinking to stop to update my article with further new ideas (that I have) to solve the oil spill issue and to "wash" the ocean and the shores (without toxic dispersants) since it's completely useless to talk (and suggest the right things) if no one (not BP nor the Press) listen you... :[
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      however, my past ideas are here: http://bit.ly/c8y9GX
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