July 14th, 2010
10:34 PM ET

The day's most popular stories

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

Texas mayor, daughter die in murder-suicide: Police in a Dallas, Texas, suburb indicated Wednesday that the town's mayor likely killed her daughter before turning the weapon on herself.

BP: First steps of test on oil well begin: BP is proceeding with a critical test of its crippled well in the Gulf of Mexico - a test that could show whether an end finally is in sight to the environmental disaster that's been unfolding for nearly three months.

The secrets of a 72-year marriage from the 'Original Grandparents': Internet sensations Harry and Barbara Cooper - 98 and 93, respectively - are telling everyone how their marriage has lasted seven decades.

Oscar winners Cruz, Bardem marry: Spanish actors Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz tied the knot in the Bahamas earlier this month, the latter's publicist says.

Got an iPhone 4? You'll need duct tape: Apple's iPhone 4 has a design flaw that's best fixed with a sliver of duct tape, according to Consumer Reports.

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  1. Smith in Oregon

    Wow! Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Napolitano turned Fox News senior judicial analyst, loudly stated that former Republican President GW Bush jr. and former Republican Vice President Dick Cheney had committed a long list of very serious crimes and should be indicted! Kidnapping, doing away with Habeas Corpus, Illegal Wiretapping, Torture were among the list rattled off and all of them are serious Federal Crimes!

    Although many of us have been repeating that charge for years during the absolutely horrific Republican Bush-Cheney administration, but coming from a former superior court judge on a very pro Bush Family values network is really stunning.

    I wonder what Laura Bush thinks about the stunning charge of multiple serious federal felonious crimes her husband committed after swearing to uphold the laws in America?

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