Kentucky Senator Rand Paul made an appearance on Meet the Press Sunday to address President Obama’s Saturday announcement that he intends to seek Congressional approval for military action in Syria.
The Twitter account of the Associated Press was hacked Tuesday afternoon and quickly suspended; but not before the hackers tweeted a breaking news message that President Obama was injured in an explosion at the White House. News of the fake tweet quickly spread and is believed to have contributed to a short, and sharp, drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Over the weekend, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez appeared to bite – yes bite – Chelsea defender Branislave Ivanovic while the pair were engaged in front of the goal mouth. Needless to say, that’s not exactly normal soccer behavior. His punishment has yet to be announced; but I think it’s safe to say a suspensions is surely in his future. But there is an upside to all of this for the controversial striker. He’s picked up a new Twitter follower – yes, you guessed it. Iron Mike Tyson.
According to the Boston Globe, the massive police event in Watertown has led to the capture of one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings.
A massive police operation is underway in the Boston area – specifically Watertown, MA. The FBI is reportedly on the scene accompanying an assortment of state and local police. It is not yet known whether the events are related to the Boston Marathon bombing or the manhunt sparked by the release of suspect photos earlier…
The FBI revealed photos and video of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects Thursday afternoon in a plea for help from the American public to help identify the two individuals thought to have played a role in the bombing. FBI lead investigator, Richard DesLauriers, unveiled photos and video of two men carrying backpacks in close proximity to the crime scenes. He went on to say that suspect number two – the one in the white hat was seen placing what they believe to be a bomb at the scene.