– The Vatican claims Darwin’s theory of evolution is compatible with Christianity (Telegraph):
The Vatican has admitted that Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution should not have been dismissed and claimed it is compatible with the Christian view of Creation.
– Strip-Club Chief Is What Obama Could Afford With Bank-Pay Limit (Bloomberg):
The heads of the five biggest Wall Street firms took home more than $1 billion in the five years through 2007, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. On Wall Street, “$500,000 will get you someone five years out of Harvard Business School or a sixth-year associate at a major law firm,” Reda said. “It’s not going to get you a lot.”
(Those banksters will be happy if they can manifest their daily bread in the future.)
– Top Four Merrill Bonus Recipients Got $121 Million (Bloomberg)
– Fox News producer arrested for child pornography (Boston Herald)
– Pain Beam to Get Tougher, Smaller, More Powerful (Wired News):
The Pentagon’s pain beam weapon could get tougher, smaller, more powerful, and more mobile under a series of new research and development projects. And that could pave the way for the so-called “Active Denial System” to finally be sent to war.
– Credit Suisse losses widen to SFr8bn (Financial Times)
– European bank bail-out could push EU into crisis (Telegraph):
A bail-out of the toxic assets held by European banks’ could plunge the European Union into crisis, according to a confidential Brussels document.
– Pimco’s Gross Sold U.S. Debt Last Month (Bloomberg)
– Nokia to ax 320 jobs, temporarily lay off 2500 (BusinessWeek)
– Afghan Government Offices Targeted as Bombers Kill 26 (Bloomberg)
– Obama Could Order More Troops to Afghanistan This Week (Voice of America)
– US launches spy operation over North Korea (Times Online)
– Global warming is not our fault … it’s nature (Scotsman)