Today in the News–May 26, 2011

War criminal caught:  Ratko Mladic, butcher of Srebenica, arrested in tiny Serb village, faces extradition to UN war crimes tribunal.

Not so fast!  Injunction issued against Wisconsin collective bargaining law, headed for state Supreme Court June 6.

On the other hand, 2007 Arizona immigration law penalizing employers who hire illegals survives US Supreme Court challenge.

Kep yer grubby government mitts off the internet, say Schmidt and Zuckerberg at G8 summit.

We have a jumper!  More real live Reno 911 as man jumps into river to escape arrest, later picked up down river.

Up in smoke:  Bill in legislature would allow pets to be cremated at human crematories.

Finally, a little video from ABC’s trolling hidden camera show What Would You Do that may renew your faith in humanity just the tiniest bit.

One response to “Today in the News–May 26, 2011”

  1. Ruth says:

    Ooh, I like the way Mariska thinks! I can see a whole new widnow of opportunity for some canny US bloggers to start a shipping service to Australia. They’d make a killing if they offered to send goodies like these. Thanks for the heads up, her work is gorgeous. K xx

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