Halliburton is moving its headquarters to Dubai. People aren't happy.
CAN'T TRUST THAT DAY:
* "The bookseller's story": death leads to anonymity for the civilians of Iraq. Also new terrible tactics in the civil war over there.
* Man, guess Gonzales sure had a tough week too. Couldn't happen to a better guy. But, should he step down?
* FEMA empties a trailer park, with only 48 hours notice.
* BAGnewsNotes has a photo gallery of Bush in Colombia.
* Government websites aren't complying with FOIA.
* Oregon has second thoughts on land use.
* Gas prices are on the rise, again.
* "Israel has recalled its ambassador to El Salvador after he was found drunk and naked apart from bondage gear."
* Teaching kids to eat vegetables.
* New problems from global warming coming soon: water shortages and disease.
* 300 stomps on the weekend box office.
* Performing the Beatles album that never was.
* What does the Pope have against Bob Dylan?
* How a hit album turns into a brand.
The networks are pondering which low-rated shows will get renewed, and which will get the axe.
Excellent read: how our understanding of the fundamentals of the universe has become remarkably complicated in the past decades.