Today’s news — Unemployment and South Africa’s first ladies
Documents suggest Nancy Pelosi is not telling the truth about what she knew about torture interrogations, the New York Times reports.
The unemployment rate rose, but the worst of the recession may be over, the New York Times reports.
The White House aide who authorized the controversial Air Force One flyover of New York City has been forced out, Reuters reports.
The New York Times reports that “grass-roots antipirate militias” are forming in Somalia.
South Africa’s new president has to decide which of his three wives will become the first lady, reports the Washington Post.