Lunchtime Links: August 23, 2010
By Peter Elliott | Everyday Christian Editor
Posted 12:00 pm on August 23, 2010
The Iowa-based national egg recall is expanding.
Commandos shot and killed a former policeman who was holding 15 tourists hostage aboard a bus in downtown Manila on Monday.
There are traffic jams and then there’s this: a 60-mile backup on China’s most travelled expressway due to construction.
Chicago Sun-Times religion columnist Cathleen Falsani is drawing a lot of attention for a 2004 interview with President Obama when he was an Illinois State Senator. “To me, it was a marvelous portrait of this man of a really humble faith.”
Dueling rallies over the proposed mosque near Ground Zero took place in Manhattan.
Veteran manager Lou Piniella accelerated his planned retirement and left the Chicago Cubs a month before the end of the season Sunday to be with his gravely ill mother.
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