Sunday, November 21, 2010

Short Takes

The New York Times reports that North Korea has built a “vast” new nuclear facility.

A two-way street — President Obama pushes back on criticism from Afghan president Karzai.

Former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun of Illinois announced that she’s running for mayor of Chicago, too.

There’s a manhunt going on in Utah in pursuit of a shooter who critically wounded a park ranger.

Pass, friend — Airline pilots will not have to go through enhanced searches.

The pope says condoms are okay for male prostitutes.

Un-friend him — A New Jersey pastor who slammed Facebook for promoting infidelity admits to having at least one too many “friends.”