Lunchtime Links: March 2, 2010

The U.S. Postal Service is moving toward requesting delivery be trimmed to five days a week anticipating sinking mail volume and swimming in a sea of red ink.

Aid officials are looking to build an air bridge from the Chilean capital of Santiago to the hard-hit city of Concepcion and multiple organizations gear up for relief efforts.

What would happen if an 8.8-magnitude earthquake like the one which struck Chile on Saturday happened in California?

Two Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon jets were scrambled to assist an American Airlines passenger plane shortly before it landed at London’s Heathrow airport on Tuesday after a woman attempted to gain access to the flight deck.

Residents of the former Taliban stronghold of Marjah in southern Afghanistan are slowly warming up to U.S. forces in the city after Americans took control of the area last week.

The recession hasn’t been a struggle for all businesses directly related to finance. Christian-based debt management classes such as Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University and Crown Financial Ministries have become increasingly popular during the economic downturn as people seek to better manage reduced incomes.

Out of respect for Michael Jordan, LeBron James has requested that his jersey number be changed from 23 to 6 next year if he plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The superstar will be at the head of a dynamic free agent class this summer and will be sought after by several teams.

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