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posted by October 25 at 8:40 AMon
War: President Bush holds press conference, says…
”I know many Americans are not satisfied with the situation in Iraq.”
…then proceeds to ramble on yet again about trusting his generals and refusing to set a timetable. But hey, at least we’re not `staying the course.’
Health: Hospitals inch closer to universal care all on their own in an effort to keep costs down.
Politics: Worried about the election, Bush and company set to work conning religious conservatives once again.
Crazy Dictators: North Korea warns South Korea of war.
Government Secrets: Police hold drug raid in New Mexico, turn up classified nuclear documents instead.
Science: Brits are gearing up for a the world’s first full face transplant.
Traffic: The New York Times notices our viaduct debate. (Note to viaduct obsessives: Please wait for separate post from Erica C. Barnett and/or Josh Feit instead of hijacking this thread. Thank you.)
Tax Dollars: Retiring Port of Seattle chief gets raise, already makes more than heads of Los Angeles and New York/New Jersey ports.
Dead Local Icon: Kurt Cobain now top-selling dead artist in America. Suck it, Elvis.
Living Local Icon: Could Ichiro be leaving after this season?