Here's a few mainstream media stories to get you going this morning...
A- Sun-Sentinel: Bill Clinton's legacy.
More than 10 years after President Clinton made the argument that oral sex isn't really sex, a generation of adolescents seems to agree.
Defining chastity was a prominent issue of two religious youth conferences earlier this month, one for Catholics in Boca Raton and another for Mormons in Miramar. Although church and school leaders say they have become more explicit in their teachings, 70 percent of 14- to 19-year-olds still don't consider oral sex to be sex, according to a 2007 study in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
B- Sun-Sentinel: Royal Palm Beach makes bikes a priority on the roads.
C- Herald: It's a prize? I know some people who take medicine for it.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The Florida Lottery is trying to tap the public's frustration with sky-high gas prices.
The Lottery's eight-week "Summer Cash" drawing starts Monday across the state.
"Gas for Life" and "Gas for a Year" are among the prizes.
D- Herald: Wind power in Florida?
At present, wind provides only 1 percent of U.S. electricity, but a federal report predicts the wind could be providing 20 percent of American power by 2030.
''Wind is ready to go,'' says Christine Real de Azua of the American Wind Energy Association.
But perhaps not in Florida. Though pleasant breezes sweep in from the ocean, several experts say the quality and location of those winds make it difficult, if not impossible, to generate much wind power here at a reasonable cost.
E- Herald: Republicans would call these "enhanced interrogation techniques."
Incensed because he suspected his live-in girlfriend was cheating, Román Rengifo beat her, tied her with cords, locked her in a closet, choked her and repeatedly dunked her head into a bathtub filled with water, Miami police said Sunday.
Rengifo, 31, tortured his 38-year-old girlfriend for more than three hours late Saturday before he left their Miami apartment, and she went for help, police said.
F- CBS4: Cars keep dropping onto I-95 in Broward County.