Saturday, November 14, 2009

Short Takes

President Obama is in Asia, seeking stronger and better ties with China and Japan. (Why not; they basically own all of our debt.)

The trial of the men behind the September 11, 2001 attacks will take place in New York City.

NASA reports that there is “significant” water on the moon.

What’s left of the tropical storm known as Ida drenched the East Coast and is now out at sea.

Former Democratic Rep. William Jefferson gets 13 years in prison.

Two Miami city commissioners are out, and Gov. Crist gets to appoint their replacements.

That’s a big boat.

Sarah Palin’s book is leaking out.