Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Short Takes

GM’s turn — General Motors is recalling 1.3 million compact cars for steering problems.

The FBI is investigating a hazardous materials incident in Salt Lake City.

Chile’s beach communities got hit twice: first the earthquake, then the waves.

Nine House Democrats who voted “no” on healthcare the first time around may reconsider.

The Senate is moving towards a deal on regulations for Wall Street.

Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) gets a primary challenger in her bid for re-election.

Former Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. decides not to run for the Senate from New York.

As his poll numbers slide, Charlie Crist denies rumors that he’s leaving the GOP to run for the Senate as an independent.

Walking or riding a bike
are supposed to be good for you.

Yes, it has been colder here in South Florida this winter than usual.