Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Short Takes

Pakistan will re-open land routes to Afghanistan to NATO forces which had been closed since a U.S. attack killed Pakistani soldiers last November.

Another bombing in Iraq killed at least 40 people.

Bob Diamond, the CEO of Barclays Bank, has been forced out over a rate-fixing scandal. By the way, he’s a big donor to the Romney campaign.

Good for him — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) vetoed voter-supression legislation.

Former Commerce Secretary John Bryson will not face prosecution in California.

June car sales were through the roof.

The Tigers lost to the Twins.