Saturday, September 15, 2012

Short Takes

Rioting is still going on in the Middle East.

Libya: “President Barack Obama led a solemn tribute on Friday to America’s slain ambassador to Libya and three diplomatic aides as their remains arrived on U.S. soil days after the bloody attack that claimed their lives.”

A judge in Wisconsin has thrown out the union-busting law.

The teachers’ strike in Chicago may be over by Monday.

The birther challenge to President Obama’s name on the ballot in Kansas has been dropped.

A couple in Miami are going to the big house for scamming Medicare to the tune of $45 million.

Tropical Update: Hurricane Nadine may give the Azores a look; Typhoon Sanba is a Category 3 heading for the islands south of Japan and Korea.

The Tigers beat the Indians.