Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Short Takes

Chinese Take-out — GM has sold Hummmer to a Chinese company.

Proposed immigration bill would include rights for gay couples.

Wreckage of the Air France jet lost over the Atlantic has been found.

OAS at odds over Cuba.

Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-MN) won’t run for a third term; he’s probably planning on running for president in 2012.

Meet and greet — Judge Sotomayor makes the rounds on Capitol Hill.

California is on the edge of the financial abyss — is Arnold showing a touch of Gray?

Dan Gelber out, Corrine Brown in the Democratic primary for the Senate from Florida.

Meanwhile, Marco Rubio, running against Charlie Crist on the Republican side, has some distancing to do.

Keep digging — Port of Miami tunnel is still on track.

Tigers lose to Red Sox 5-1.