Here's the rundown:
British Royalty tried to go on the dole for 2004 heating bills.
Shouldn't the U.S. and Israel have to prove they didn't create the Stuxnet Worm? It's attacking computers at Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant.
Several U.S. Congressmen want a convicted Israeli spy released to further Palestinian peace talks. The Israeli government-sponsored spy worked as an intelligence analyst for the U.S. government, i.e. not connected to Palestine.
BP will develop its own spill estimate for the Deepwater Horizon spew.
The Dow Jones Sustainability Index dropped BP after the oil spew. In BP's place, DowJones added Halliburton.
Oil spill study likely won't include all U.S. expert scientists. Given the narrow nature of oil spill science, all is not a big number.
Banks rushed to loan BP money for its Azerbaijan oil acquisition. While BP sells assets worldwide, it purchased assets in the Caspian Sea.
The Small Business Administration is closing Business Recovery Offices in Alabama and Mississippi. As oil remains on the floor of the Gulf, you'd think they might wait until the end of peak hurricane season.
Guess who's the dog and has to pay for the gear? It's not elected officials or royalty.