FIRST LOOK: Radio host says Doomsday delayed to Oct 21

Liz Goodwin

Welcome to First Look, our daily roundup of early-bird news:

• Don't throw away your Doomsday T-shirts just yet: Harold Camping says the world will actually end in October. (AP)

• New York City officials are developing standardized tests for students that will grade their teachers. (NYT)

• The death toll in Joplin, Mo., has reached 116 as officials fear the region could get hit by more twisters. (AP)

• DNA ties Dominique Strauss-Kahn to the maid who accuses him of raping her. (The Washington Post)

• Air France crash bodies will be identified. (CNN)

• Humanities majors earn far less over their lifetimes than those who major in engineering and the sciences. (Washington Post)

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