- White HouseThe Presidential Leadership Index
notches Barack Obama’s approval rating at 43.2 percent, a
record low during his presidency, with more than three years left
- The Obama Administration is
delaying the Obamacare employer mandate by one year, pushing it
to 2015, after the midterm elections.
- 343,000 people applied
for unemployment benefits for the first time last week, down from
348,000 the week before.
- Bolivia’s president is
outraged his jet was diverted in Europe and searched on
suspicion that Edward Snowden was on it. The Europeans all want to
impress their big brother across the pond.
- The price of oil hit a one year high,
buoyed by worries over the unrest in Egypt. President
inserted himself into the situation by issuing warnings to some
of the players in the unrest, which the AP describes as “not
- Dennis Rodman
wants a Nobel Peace Prize for his outreach to North Korea.
results in two HIV positive patients who no longer show signs
of being infected with the virus after getting bone marrow
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