Tag Archives: poverty

Links for October 31st

Links for May 6th

  • New York Times: Tornado Leaves Couple With Nothing, but Not for Long
    This is a simple, sweet story about a poor couple from rural Alabama who lost the little that they owned in last week's tornadoes. Their (rented) mobile home was destroyed. In the week since, though, people keep showing up and helping in ways large and small. They surely haven't been made whole, but I speculate they might feel more cared for than they have in a bit.
  • New York Times: Data Show Bin Laden Plots – C.I.A. Hid Near Raided House
    The CIA rented a house a few doors down from Bin Laden's house, and used infrared cameras to watch inside the house, microwave eavesdropping equipment to listen, and radar to look for underground tunnels. Bravo.
  • Phil Gyford: Two billion viewers
    Did two billion people actually watch the royal wedding, as was reported nearly universally? Nearly a third of the planet's inhabitants? Of course not.

Links for February 22nd