Friday September 6th, 2013 Late breaking news


Bill Clinton has a net worth of 80 million?

Even Google gets hacked
But the theft leaves open a possibility, perhaps faint, that the intruders may find weaknesses that Google might not know about...
CEO says company tends to create enemies...

World opinion of US improves under Obama
Improved for the first time since the annual poll began in 2005.

Tea party leader details what they want
Says the Tea Party members are 'Tea Party members are not averse to paying taxes'
Poll says most Tea Partiers are actually older, well-off Americans

Mitt gives his endorsement to Rubio for Florida senate

Once hot NASCAR loses some of it's speed
Last season attendance fell 10%, this year's Feb. 14 Fox broadcast of the Daytona 500 was the lowest-rated Great American Race since 1991. Drivers urged to "have at it" and amp up the aggression...

'Sin' taxes back in style as states try to generate more money
Texas, Georgia and Pennsylvania have considered 'pole taxes' for buyers of pornography and patrons of strip clubs and escort services.

Toyota to pay record $16.4 million fine
Oversight...are they going to recall the similar Toyota Landcruiser?

Army to Court Martial Officer Who Doubts Obama Was Born in U.S
Army doctor Lt. Col. Terry Lakin believes Obama wasn't born in the United States, and therefore does not meet the constitutional requirements to be president,
Arizona passes controversial immigration bill
The law requires state and local police to determine the status of people if there is "reasonable suspicion" that they are illegal immigrants and to arrest people who are unable to provide documentation proving they are in the country legally.

District Admits Secretly Capturing 56,000 Images From Students' Laptop
It's clear there were students who were likely captured in their

Many teens send 100-plus texts a day, survey says
Three-quarters of 12- to 17-year-olds own cell phone

Supreme Court voids law aimed at animal cruelty videos
A federal judge rejected Stevens' First Amendment claims, but the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia ruled in his favor
The First Amendment protects against the government Roberts said.

Fox news anchor takes a spill...video
Tries to wrestle with UFC fighter BJ Penn...gets taken to school...inflated ego colored judgement?

Top Qaeda Leaders in Iraq Killed in Raid
Also killed, according to Mr. Maliki and American officials, was Abu Ayyub al-Masri, the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq

Religions group sues school, school claims it's all about money
Hastings officials refused to recognize the Christian Legal Society as a registered student organization because they said the group's faith-based by-laws reflected intent to discriminate against gay and lesbian students...
Supreme Court splits sharply on case

S.E.C. sues Goldman for fraud
Could be just the 'tip of the iceberg'
Plans to pay out billions in new bonuses
Britains Brown 'shocked at this moral bankruptcy'...

Goldman's 2 Billion dollar office 'palace'
1.7 million Pounds of ice made daily in the basement to cool the building...

Pope Benedict and the Endless Sex Abuse Scandal

Flashback to funny signs at Palin Perry rally...
IRS and FBI investigating Florida GOP credit card use.

Politics and money
Palin earns $12 Million since leaving her post...
Politician are earning big bucks for book deals, appearances and more. The road from party politics to celebrity-like money and fame keeps getting richer. Is this bad for our society or is it just capitalism at work?
Calif. nonprofit sues to obtain Palin speaking contract
Demanded private jet travel, bottled water with 'bendable straws'...

Volcanic ash cloud reaches North America...

Boxer Valero commits suicide in his jail cell

Internet News Race
Most popular internet news websites by average daily visitors.

#1: Yahoo news
#2: BBC
#3: CNN
#4: New York Times
#5: Google news
#6: Huffington post
#7: Msnbc
#8: Foxnews
#9: Guardian.co.uk
#10: Wall Street Journal

Up to: Friday April 16, 2010

Cable News Race
Most popular cable news and 'news entertainment' programs. Viewers based on 'prime time' hours.

#1: Fox News - 2,601,000 viewers
#2: MSNBC - 891,000 viewers
#3: HLN - 858,000 viewers
#4: CNN - 736,000 viewers
#5: CNBC - 250,000 viewers

Up to: Thursday April 15, 2010

Most popular cable news programs (8PM)

#1: The O'Reilly Factor - 3,215,000 viewers
#2: Nancy Grace - 972,000 viewers
#3: Countdown - Olbermann - 936,000 viewers
#4: Campbell Brown - 632,000 viewers

Up to: Thursday April 15, 2010



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