Monday, November 29, 2010

Short Takes

China wants to talk about the Korean situation.

Arturo Gallegos Castrellón, the Mexican drug lord, confesses to killings.

Mohamed Osman Mohamud, the suspect in the stung bomb plot in Oregon, is labeled as “confused” by those who know him.

The presidential election in Haiti did not go smoothly.

Comcast had a big internet outage yesterday. (And yes, my cable service still sucks.)

R.I.P. Leslie Nielsen, 84, the actor who made deadpan delivery his comic forte.

Spider-Man, the musical, gets off to a bumpy start at its Broadway preview.