Big Sis Bows Out; Perry Ramps Up; Clintons Bank On Emcee Gigs; Green Boss Has Nine Lives; Pamplona’s Blood And Gore – TGIF Friday Morning News Roundup 7-12-2013

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  • Janet Napolitano, the U.S. secretary of Homeland Security and former governor of Arizona, is being named as the next president of the University of California system. Source: Los Angeles Times… 
  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Thursday that he will visit Israel in October, a move that signals to the political world that he is seriously considering making another presidential run in 2016. Source: Washington Times 
  • Just a few months after leaving the State Department, Hillary Rodham Clinton has plunged into the lucrative world of paid speechmaking, joining a branch of the family business that has brought the Clintons more than $100 million since her husband left the White House in 2001. Source: New York Times… 
  • The founder of bankrupt solar panel maker Solyndra, which defaulted on half a billion dollars’ worth of low-interest Federal loans, will likely avoid criminal charges even if charges are brought against other former executives of the company. Source: Reuters… 
  • An American tourist was gored by a bull this morning along with two Spaniards on the bloodiest day of the famous Spanish Running of the Bulls festival so far this year. Source: Daily Mail… 

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