Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Short Takes

New York Times: “American and Afghan officials say that a man purporting to be Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour, a key figure in negotiations who was paid by the West, was faking.

There were artillery rounds traded between the two Koreas.

A stampede by the crowd at a festival in Cambodia has killed a lot of people.

In the wake of the bailout, the Irish prime minister is calling for an early election once the budget is passed.

Joe Miller is filing suit in Alaska over the Senate race.

Miami-Dade is becoming a safer place to live.