Most Americans believe the U.S.
is in a recession and economic optimism is at a 15-month low. The
president’s poll numbers are up, and above 50 percent, in the
same set of poll.
Airports say lines are not up to 200 percent longer because of
sequestration, something Janet Napolitano
claimed just today. The TSA,
meanwhile, may soon allow small knives back on flights.
The outgoing mayor of Los Angeles was third to vote in his
precinct and was almost alone at the polling place. Voters are
a new mayor today.
A former guard was
sentenced to nine years in prison for trying to sell
information to the Chinese about the consulate compound where he
worked, which was being constructed at the time.
A veteran of the Soviet war in Afghanistan was
found living semi-nomadically in the Herat province under the
name Sheikh Abdullah.
A press conference about Hugo Chavez’s health was
about how his “enemies” are causing his cancer.
wants to cut its soldiers’ cigarette rations but fears a
Lamb of God front man Randy Blythe was
acquitted of manslaughter in a Czech court.
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