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For June 20, 2011 – Long Island police search for suspect in pharmacy shooting, Greece prepares to sell off assets, generic dot-brand domains to emerge, Rory Mcllroy wins U.S. Open...
• Long Island police search for suspect in pharmacy shooting: "New York authorities are searching for a gunman wanted in the killings of four people shot to death inside a Long Island pharmacy, police said."
• Casey Anthony capital murder trial enters week five: "The capital murder trial of Casey Anthony enters its fifth week Monday. The fourth week of proceedings ended on a contentious note Saturday when a forensic pathologist testified that duct tape found on Anthony's daughter Caylee's skull was placed there after the toddler's body had decomposed, not before she died."
• Greece prepares to sell off state assets to get loans: "Greece is preparing to sell off billions of dollars worth of state assets including airports, highways, state-owned companies as well as banks, real estate and gaming licenses to meet international lenders' demands that it raise funds."
• ICANN to allow new generic 'dot-brand' domains: "The trusty old Internet addresses we know and love - the .coms, .nets, .orgs - are about to get some new competition. Global Internet regulators met Monday in Singapore to finalize rules for a major expansion of "generic top-level domains," that will clear the way for new offerings like .law, .coke or .nyc. Sites with those endings are expected to start rolling out late next year."
• Mcllroy makes golf history: "Rory McIlroy enjoyed a triumphant march Sunday to his first major title as a two-under-par 69 gave him an eight-shot victory in the U.S. Open at Congressional Country Club in Maryland. McIlroy's 16-under aggregate of 268 was a record for the U.S. Open, breaking the mark set by Tiger Woods, who was 12-under in winning at Pebble Beach in 2000."