ALASKA / Palin gives at least $87,500 to campaigns

Sarah Palin has contributed at least $87,500 to candidates she's endorsed in the last few months. But the financial disclosure filed by her political action committee also shows Palin spending more than $210,000 on consulting. From April 1 to June 30, she gave $5,000 each to Terry Branstad, running for governor of Iowa, and Joe Miller, who's challenging Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.

WASHINGTON / Holder: Don't rule out 2nd suit against Arizona

The Justice Department hasn't ruled out filing a second lawsuit challenging Arizona's immigration law if evidence shows racial profiling at work, Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation." The Obama administration sued Arizona last week. Holder said he will be looking at the law's impact on racial profiling in the next few months.

CALIFORNIA / Televangelist Schuller to retire

The Rev. Robert H. Schuller, 83, founder of Crystal Cathedral megachurch and host of the "Hour of Power" televangelism broadcast, said Sunday he will retire after 55 years in the pulpit. He told his congregation his daughter Sheila Schuller Coleman will take over as lead pastor.

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