Tonight's Crazy Story
Is running a marathon when 39 weeks pregnant a good idea? One woman ran the Chicago marathon, and then gave birth right afterward.
Tonight's Final Five:
In 2008, China embarked on a program of government spending on infrastructure projects. Now the bills are due and many local governments are finding themselves short. Kelvin Soh and Aileen Wang analyze what may happen next.
As dismal economic reports follow other dismal economic reports, one must wonder if we are experiencing a double-dip recession. Tim Iacono analzyes the future for the blog Seeking Alpha.
Taking a break...
To laugh a little
"It’s the 24th day of the Occupy Wall Street protests, also known as the largest homeless slumber party in the world."
-Jimmy Kimmel, 10/10/11
Now Back to The Final Five
Jonah Goldberg responds to a Washington Post article claiming that Obama is a policy genius for National Review Online.
Erica Werner argues at Real Clear Politics that Obama has two versions of reality: the one that's actually happening and the one that he tries to talk about.
Commentary Magazine's Steven Hayward explains why liberals are attempting to misappropriate Ronald Reagan for their own cause.
Tomorrow in History: October 12
October 12, 1999 - The world's population passes the six billion mark.
Food For Thought - A Bedtime Snack
"The great object is that every man be armed. Everyone who is able may have a gun."
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