Doctors say the Atlanta lawyer quarantined with the dangerous strain of tuberculosis is doing extremely well and doesn’t even have a cough. Meanwhile, Andrew Speaker’s father says no one told his son he couldn’t travel and he feels the incident has been overblown.
The month of May was the third deadliest for the US troops since the start of the war in Iraq. At least 122 Americans were killed over the four week period. At a White House meeting Thursday, President Bush assured Iraq’s President that the US is fully committed to helping the Iraqi government.
Chicago school officials are doing what they can to try to stem a trend of violence. 29 students have been killed since the start of the school year. That’s about twice as many as in years passed, while the city’s homicide rate has been declining.
“Take me out to the ballpark.” It’s about to get much easier in New York. The governors are expected to sign a bill that would lift the current ban on tickets scalping at internet ticket sales.