Monday, November 30, 2009

Short Takes

A man with a history of mental illness is being sought in the killing of four police officers in Tacoma, Washington.

In his speech Tuesday night, President Obama will lay out a plan to get us out of Afghanistan.

Iran plans to go ahead with nuclear plants.

Swiss voters have approved a ban on new minarets.

Honduras has elected Pepe Lobo, a former congressman — and UM grad — as their next president.

The Secret Service interviewed the party crashers this weekend.

Florida top lawmakers, including the governor, get medical insurance subsidies to the tune of $45 million.

Tiger Woods says the car accident he had last week was his fault, wants to keep it private, and refuses to talk to the police.