SPIES HAVE dominated the news of late — the NSA spying scandal has revealed that the US government is basically tracking all our electronic communications. Today we discuss a couple… Read more »
WE ARE expected to believe that the trailer for an amateurish film offensive to Muslims has resulted in widespread unrest in the Middle East and the deaths of four Americans,… Read more »
ANOTHER MYSTERY foot has washed ashore near Vancouver. This makes 11 severed human feet in the last four years. Police in British Columbia have ruled out foul play. (Huh?) Also:… Read more »
THE BIG question tonight: Where is Qaddafi? Rumors are flying in Libya, and the only thing we know for sure is that the official story of the rebels’ miraculous military… Read more »
MYSTERIOUS THINGS from around the globe: San Diego residents report a mysterious odor; UFO at a major Chinese airport; and a Harvard biologist tries to recreate dinosaur DNA. Also: H-P… Read more »
AS WE suspected, the sexual assault charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, have fallen apart. The question remains: why was he set up? Who stood… Read more »
VENEZUELA’S PRESIDENT Hugo Chavez is in critical condition at a hospital in Cuba. No word at this hour on how critical or how this affects geopolitics in the Western Hemisphere…. Read more »
IT WAS a surprise to learn this week that the Department of Education has SWAT teams at its disposal. Don’t worry; they say they won’t break down your door for late payments on your student loan. Is it unpatriotic to ask why the Education Department has weapons?