In world news, Greek riots stemming from the shooting of a teenager by police have shifted to economic concerns.
Zimbabwe faces a cholera epidemic and the inept government cannot do anything to stop it.
Closer to home, the Blagojevich scandal still dominates the headlines. Opinions differ on how much, if at all, this will effect Obama, and whether these effects will be positive or negative.
A new generation of activists strive to make gay marriage legal. This time, they come armed with technology (in reference to the picture).
Lawmakers cut the automotive bailout down to $15 billion out of the original $25 billion (then $34 billion) asked for. It seems to be one of those 'agreement in principle ' deals, so I won't go out on a limb with predictions as I did yesterday.
In pop culture news, Britney is back . Does anyone care anymore? The 'Nanny ,' Fran Drescher, wants a shot at Hillary's senate seat. If that happens, I don't think I could ever watch C-Span again for fear of encountering that grating voice.
In sports, some big baseball trades are happening. It's not baseball season, so I'm not really paying attention. On the more controversial side of sports, the Dolphins' Porter defends Burress' need for a gun .
Can anyone tell that I've been avoiding grading with all my might this week?