Voices in the News

A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Sean Conley, winner of the Scripps Howard 74th Annual National Spelling Bee; disabled professional golfer Casey Martin, who scored a victory this week when the Supreme Court decided the Professional Golfers Association Tour must waive its walking requirement and allow Martin to ride a cart between holes; Representative Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) on fifteen-term Congressman Joe Moakley who died this past week; Edith Bartley, whose father and brother were killed in the 1998 bombing at the American embassy in Nairobi, Kenya; President George W. Bush at California's Sequoia National Park; Robert Nigh, attorney for Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh; the manager of the Tel Aviv nightclub, outside of which 19 people were killed by a suicide bomber.

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