Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Short Takes

The gusher got a new cap, and the Department of the Interior issued a new moratorium.

So far, only 2% of the aid promised to Haiti has shown up six months after the earthquake.

Suspects are held in the deadly bombings in Uganda

Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-ME) says she will support the financial regulation bill.

Fidel Castro showed up on Cuban TV last night; meanwhile, seven dissidents and their families were freed.

The Postal Service — a model of efficiency. No, really.

Florida recount? — Some school superintendents are suspicious of the FCAT scores.

Three Tigers will be in the All-Star game tonight.