Lunchtime Links: February 24, 2010

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda goes for before Congress today as troubles and public relations problems mount for the automaker.

The White House health care summit has multiple audiences, and not all of them are politicians.

Topeka, Kan., pastor Drew Culberth was one of eight missionaries freed from a Haitian jail earlier this week. In an interview Tuesday he said he had been told and believed all 33 children were orphans which the group transported to the border of the Dominican Republic before being arrested.

One of two East Texas church arson su kept books on demon possession and atheism as well as assault rifles and guns, and may have left graffiti offering inside information about one of the attacks in a local store bathroom, according to court records. Investigators later found an upside-down cross topped with flames carved onto the store’s bathroom wall, the documents said. Beside the cross were the words “Little Hope was Arson,” an apparent reference to the first of 10 churches burned in the spree that terrorized three East Texas counties.

South Korea’s Kim Yu-na executed a dynamic short program to take the lead after the short program of women’s figure skating at the Winter Olympics.

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