Morning Links: Primary Day in NY; Sarah Shourd Released from Iranian Prison; Cabbie-Slasher Denied Bail


• It’s primary day today in New York (and six other states, plus D.C.). Need info? Check the New York State Board of Elections. [NY1]

• Iranian TV is reporting that American hiker Sarah Shourd, detained for more than three years there, has been released from prison. [CNN]

• California Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown has said sorry to Bill Clinton for bringing up that old Monica Lewinsky “situation” at the recent opening of a Democratic Party office. The statute of limitations for that sort of thing is, apparently, over. [LAT]

• Oprah is sending the audience of her premiere farewell season show to Australia. Why not? And why have we never been in that audience? [B&C]

• Julia has joined Igor in hurricane status. Both are headed North/Northwest. Bermuda has been warned. [National Hurricane Center]

• Michael Enright, alleged slasher of a Muslim cabbie in NYC, has been denied bail for now, despite “offering to put up $250,000 and promising to get medical help for post-traumatic stress and alcoholism.” His next court date is September 22; bail will be reconsidered. [NYP]

• Anne Hathaway’s jewelry from former boyfriend/now jailbird Raeffaelo Follieri is up for sale at the US Marshals auction. [NYDN]