Friday, July 10, 2009

Short Takes

The CIA owns up to holding out on Congress.

Protesters hit the street again in Tehran.

More bombings and death in Iraq.

Glutton for punishment — AIG wants to hand out more bonuses.

Rupert Murdoch’s reporters tapped phones in the UK. (No wonder he supported the Bush administration.)

Camaro to the rescue — The revamped and retro-styled muscle car boosts GM’s outlook as it emerges from bankruptcy.

Getting a clue — Embattled Senator Roland Burris of Illinois will not seek a full term in 2010.

Good news for some teachers — They’re being rehired in Broward County (Ft. Lauderdale).

The Tigers were idle last night, but Brandon Inge won the last spot on the All-Star team.