Late-night comics have a field day with President Bush’s shoe incident. Watch Conan try to dodge shoes.
A dog in Chile is unfortunately hit by a car and killed. Another dog drags the mortally-wounded dog to the side of the road. The hero do ran away.
ABC News has a law enforcement source telling them that Jesse Jackson, Jr. is “Senate Candidate Five,” the one who was — according to Blagojevich — willing to supply campaign cash in exchange for the Senate seat.
(This, incidentally, doesn’t strike me as all that unusual in politics, or as obviously criminal as other things in the complaint — though the crudeness with which Blagojevich discussed it was.)
Jackson Jr. said "I don't know" when asked if he was Candidate #5, but said he was told "I am not a target of this investigation."
Jackson Jr. said he agreed to talk with federal investigators "as quickly as possible" after he consults with a lawyer.
The Congressman, a son of the famed civil rights leader, denied that anyone had been authorized to make payments or promises to the Governor on his behalf.
"It is impossible for someone on my behalf to have a conversation that would suggest any type of quid pro quo or any payments or offers," Jackson Jr. told ABC News. "An impossiblity to an absolute certainty."
Burger King’s latest ad campaign is criticized for being insensitive to world hunger.
A high school basketball game comes down to a backwards, over-the-head basket.