Saturday, May 22, 2010

Short Takes

A lot of people have been killed in the Air India crash, but there are also survivors.

A Pakistani major is among those arrested in the investigation into the Times Square incident.

They’re closing beaches in Louisiana.

Demanding that a British company cleans up after itself is “un-American,” according to Rand Paul. (He apparently does know when to shut up: he’s bailed on Meet the Press.)

An appeals court rules that detainees abroad are not entitled to certain rights.

Things are looking up in the employment market in Florida.

It’s Harvey Milk Day in California on what would have been his 80th birthday.

At 13, Jordan Romero is the youngest person to reach the top of Mt. Everest.

The Tigers lost to the Dodgers in L.A. in interleague play.