Friday Nov 29
The Day After: Turkey Facts, Fiction and Outright Lies
Today, while you're lying on the couch in a tryptophan-induced stupor - though that's a lie! you just ate too much - we bring you a few fun facts about the holiday bird, courtesy University of Illinois Extension .
6 Questions to Ponder About the Senate's Nuclear Winter
Thirty years ago this week, more than 100 million Americans tuned in for the first airing of "The Day After" on ABC - the audience eager, during the final years of the Cold War, for a blockbuster vision of what the heartland might look like if both Washington and Moscow exercised their nuclear options.
The song contained the word "foggin'," which sounded too much like an expletive.
The Washington Post
Editorial: Washington today could use a dose of Reagan's pragmatism
ONE OF the most enduring mysteries of the final years of the Cold War was a period of great tension and worry about nuclear conflict between the United States and Soviet Union.
The Miami Herald
News Summary: Stocks gain after strong jobs report
JOBS BOOST: The stock market got a boost from a surprisingly strong October jobs report.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Lieberman Acquittal: The Day After
On Wednesday, a three-judge panel unanimously acquitted former Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman of charges of fraud and breach of trust.