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Top Stories: A new poll finds plummeting approval ratings for the Supreme Court as most Americans think their decisions are influenced by politics. India has massive grain surpluses, yet one-fifth of its population is malnourished.
Business: Portugal accepts its painful austerity measures with little protest.
U.S.: The death of a trainer and a lawsuit have forced Sea World to suspend in-water interactions between trainers and killer whales, making their famous shows less intimate. Two ambitious and quirky projects — the Golden Gate Bridge and the Seattle Space Needle — are celebrating big birthdays.
World: The arrest of a long-wanted suspect has reawakened bad memories of Toyko's deadly subway gas attack of 1995.
Opinion: Paul Krugman will likely infuriate conservatives by declaring Ronald Reagan a Keynesian.
Sports: Doodnauth Shivmangal is the trainer of a Belmont long shot, but he's making his fellow Guyanese immigrants proud.