Today, President Bush plans to announce that he will send about 20,000 more U.S. troops to Iraq. And if that doesn’t work, Bush says he’s open to ignoring other proposals.
A man was bitten by a Scorpion during a United Airlines flight to Vermont. The man is said to be doing fine, but the Scorpion is complaining that the airline lost his luggage.
Weeks after his death, James Brown's body has still not been buried. The same cannot be said of Tomi Rae Brown’s sanity.
Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. were elected to the baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, while Marc McGwire secured a spot signing glossies alongside Pete Rose at a Ramada Inn baseball card convention in Passaic, NJ.
Yesterday, Apple unveiled it’s new iPhone, a sleek mobile phone, camera, music player and Web surfing device. Company founder Steve Jobs promised the state of the art iPhone will "revolutionize" the way technology confuses people.