Senator: NASA to lasso asteroid, bring it closer April 5, 2013
KFC to offer easy-to-eat boneless chicken April 5, 2013
Obama apologizes to Calif. AG for comment on looks April 5, 2013
Those diners who are looking for extra convenience might also be interested in KFC's new Chicken Swirly, plump seasoned chicken pieces churned into a delicious slurry.
What's Bob Ferguson? Chopped liver? President Barack Obama, D-White House Dog House, has apologized to California Attorney General Kamala Harris for calling her "the best-looking attorney general," during a Democratic fundraiser earlier in the week. A White House spokesman said Obama admitted it was wrong of him to judge a professional woman on her appearance.
Not to mention that it also caused some hurt feelings among the 49 other state attorneys general.
That's some pet rock: The chairman of the Senate science and space subcommittee announced that NASA is planning a mission in which a robotic spacecraft will lasso a 500-ton, 25-foot asteroid and drag it into the moon's orbit for later study by a crew of astronauts, possibly by 2021. Planning for the mission will start with $100 million to find the right asteroid.
But under current sequestration limits, the plan now calls for each member of Congress to be given a baseball mitt and told to stand out in a field and wait to snag the next asteroid that comes by.
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