January 06, 2005

An Indonesian man swept off shore by last week's tsunami was found afloat on tree branches and debris 100 miles from the shores of Aceh province.

Tsunami pledges rise to $3.7 billion.

A new Gallup poll found that 82% of Americans agree that Social Security is a high priority, but when it comes to letting workers invest a portion of their Social Security taxes in personal accounts, 48% are in favor and 48% are opposed. Generally, the younger and wealthier you are, the more like you are to favor some privatization.

Legendary comic-book artist Will Eisner has died at age 87. (Free Reg. Req.)

With "Crossfire" ratings down 21% from the previous season, CNN has finally agreed to stop Tucker Carlson from hurting America. For some strange reason, conservative buffoon Bob Novak still has a job.

Icebergs have been sighted in New Zealand waters for the first time in 57 years.

According to a new study, up to 33 million children and teenagers in the U.S. may be exposed to enough secondhand tobacco smoke to affect their math and reading ability.

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