History and fantasy mixed a bit at the Ohio Statehouse.
The secretive Apple CEO has endorsed a biography for the first time. The book is titled iSteve: The Book of Jobs.
Political tension has been on the rise there since December, when a demonstration over disputed presidential election results was met with force by police.
Laurent Gbagbo was pried from his underground bunker at the presidential residence in Abidjan by an apparent combination of French forces and troops loyal to democratically elected leader Alassane Ouattara. Gbagbo reportedly surrendered without resistance.
Because it was supposedly the most boring day of the 20th century, that's why.
Championed by the likes of Plcido Domingo, Mexican composer Daniel Catn has died at age 62. Domingo starred in the debut of Catn's Il Postino last year at Los Angeles Opera.
A tax reform plan that would create a $141 million hole in the 2012 state budget is headed to the House floor for a vote today.
The French president has long hoped "to lead a risky international mission that holds out promise of ultimate glory," says Harvard's Arthur Goldhammer.
A persnickety analysis of the eating and exercise habits moms and dads with young found they exercised less than similar people without kids. The moms also ate quite a bit more junky stuff and consumed more calories than women without kids.
A law in France that forbids Muslim women from wearing face coverings in public goes into effect Monday. President Nicolas Sarkozy pushed for the law, saying the veils are an assault on French values and equality of the sexes. Critics say the president trying to boost his flagging popularity in a country increasingly wary of its growing Muslim population.