The Daniel family wrote in to recommend the All-American Burger from Saloon Steakhouse here in Chicago. We're not sure if they were recommending it because they thought we'd like it, or as a vicious plot to put us all in food comas, because as soon as we got to "burger between two grilled cheese sandwiches," we stopped reading and went to go get it.
Eva: It's so annoying whenever I hang out with burger, grilled cheese is ALWAYS there too.
Blythe: I feel like I'm just eating the entire kid's menu in one sandwich.
There are many unanswered questions about the bombing last week that claimed the lives of five Israeli tourists and their Bulgarian bus driver. The bombing in the Bulgarian seaside resort of Burgas also injured more than 30 people. Israel's prime minister says it was the work of the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah. Bulgaria's interior minister has denied media reports that the bombing was pulled off by a Hezbollah cell based in that country.
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And I'm Robert Siegel. We begin this hour with the first court appearance of the man accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 at a Colorado movie theater. Twenty-four-year-old James Holmes seemed dazed and said nothing throughout this morning's proceeding. What was most noticeable was his disheveled hair, a bright reddish-orange color.
NPR's Jeff Brady was in the courtroom in Arapahoe County and he has our story.
This week, President Obama and Mitt Romney are addressing the annual convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The president spoke today; Romney, tomorrow. The VFW is the oldest and largest veterans group. About 5,000 members were on hand today in Reno, Nevada. The president's speech was different from his address the last time he spoke to this gathering, in 2009. Then, his focus was on the two ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Today, he was cheered when he spoke of the end of combat operations in Iraq, and when he said this:
There's an escalation of the battle between the government and California's medical marijuana providers. The U.S. Attorney in San Francisco has moved to close California's largest medical pot dispensary because it's too big and too profitable.