Thursday Evening News Roundup
Enjoyed a little present from the American Board of Surgery today. It was less fun than you think.
President Bill Clinton in Orlando. He is on.
I am still trying to figure out what the hell happened in Libya. So, a You Tube video did all of this? Really? I ain't buying it. It looks like it is more complex than the original story. I still don't understand how the ambassador died. It seems that everyone was leaving the embassy and he got separated from everyone and somehow ended up dead at the hospital. Crazy.
Turmoil spreads: "Deadly outrage in the Arab world over an American-made video insulting Islam's founder spread to at least half a dozen places across the Middle East on Thursday and threatened to draw in Afghanistan."
Is Egypt an ally or an enemy of the United States? Well, it's complicated.
What happened with that strange New York Times editing of its Romney story overnight? Greg Sargent gets to the bottom of things.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has repaid the government for a recent trip to a Human Rights Campaign gala in Charlotte. The trip was classified as part of her "official duties," but has since been deemed political.
Speaking of Democratic missteps, a DNC video aired at the convention showed Russian naval ships when it meant to show an American fleet. The party cited a "vendor error" and apologized.
Neil Armstrong was honored today at the National Cathedral.
And Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) raised a few eyebrows yesterday when he told supporters that his wife is home "doing the laundry" while he receives applause on the public stage.