Morning Constitutional – Friday, 1 October 2010

Good morning, everybody. Heidi and Spencer may not get divorced after all.  Now, your morning constitutional:

Troops have rescued Ecuador President Rafael Correa after an uprising among the police led to his kidnapping.

Foreclosures are expected to slow as officials investigate shady methods used by the biggest mortgage lenders.

Seven were killed by explosions in Abuja, Nigeria near a parade celebrating the 50th anniversary of Nigeria’s independence from Great Britain.

The $700B TARP bailout of the banks will cost a lot less than expected and may even turn a profit. AIG and the Treasury have finalized an agreement to repay the government.

California becomes the first state to set up a state health insurance exchange mandated by the Affordable Care Act.

“Pledge to America:” Original first draft.

Are we raising a generation of nincompoops?

The Flintstones Turn 50: The Five Dumbest Moments.

Monkeys see selves in mirror, open a barrel of questions.

Finally, a young man who pooped in the wrong car won’t go to jail.


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