Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Wednesday, May 30 in the news....

  • President George W. Bush is likely to announce this week a candidate to run the World Bank. With the President known to nominate people who he has a good rapport with or personally likes, there is some worry that Bush will select Bob the Builder.

  • A group of 130 Japanese tourists were quarantined in a hotel in Western Canada's Rocky Mountains on Tuesday as health officials scrambled to test their exposure to measles, authorities said. They remained happily taking photos and health officials were walking out of the room with chronic flash exposure.