Morning Buzz: June 28, 2007


Twenty beheaded bodies have been discovered in Iraq along the Tigris River, the Associated Press reports. Another 20 people died in a car bombing at a bus station in Baghdad.

The price of oil is nearing $71 a barrel, pushing prices up as the summer driving season approaches its peak.

The number of Americans who display the flag somewhere at home, at work, or on their car has dropped off over 10 percent in the past five years, a new study finds.

A massive dust storm on Mars is threatening two NASA missions on the Red Planet.