Google News has a little tiny section labelled “in the news” where it picks what are usually names that are popular (on the right, just above the “U.S” section). Two capitalized words in a row usually equals a name or a place, especially when they’re popular in the online news media. Since (Senator) John Kerry has picked (Senator) John Edwards as his running mate, Google News now thinks “Senator John” is the best thing since sliced bread.