Tuesday November 27, 2007. 60 second brief of World News. Covers everything YOU should know. Nothing you shouldn't. 60 Seconds. No wasted time.
Wednesday November 28, 2007. 60 second brief of World News. Covers everything YOU should know. Nothing you shouldn't. 60 Seconds. No wasted time.
Shinzo Abe announced his resignation on Wednesday and was hospitalized on Thursday.
US Congress is working on legislation to phase out the incandescent light bulb.
Carl Rove, White House Deputy Chief of Staff, has announced his resignation.
A majority of the controlling Bancroft family has voted in favor of News Corps $5 billion buyout offer for Dow Jones.
Senator Ted Stevens' home was raided by the FBI and IRS in order to obtain documents relating to an ongoing Federal Investigation.
Malaria will infect over 500 million people in 2007.
The US Congress has created a team of retired senior Military and Police Officers who will evaluate the Iraqi Security Forces this summer.
Insurgents have destroyed the two remaining Minarets of the sacred Al-Askari or Askariya mosque, further threatening U.S. plans and Political accord.
General Motors has announced that they have founds suppliers for their Electric Cars rechargeable batteries/
Coca-Cola has announced plans to go totally water neutral.
The Pentagon has released a report stating the Chinese Navy is developing 5 Nuclear Ballistic missile Submarines.
President Bush nominates Robert Zoellick for World Bank President.
Daimler slings Chrysler, US Students and US History; not so much, Immigration and Innovation.
Intro to openSermo, Sarkozy as President, Supreme Court on Patents, News Crop. in Pursuit of Dow Jones.