Yesterday afternoon, witnesses said a group of gunmen entered a packed casino in Monterrey, Mexico. Their faces were covered and they ordered everyone out, saying they were about to burn the place. People inside tried find a way out, but in their rush to get away from the gunmen, some headed to faraway corners or the second floor. Meanwhile the men doused the place with gasoline and set it on fire.
Chairman Ben Bernanke is proposing no new steps by the Federal Reserve to boost the U.S. economy while hinting that Congress may need to act to stimulate hiring and growth.
Bernanke said Friday that while record-low interest rates will promote growth over time, the weak economy requires further help in the short run. He is speaking at an annual economic conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Cano, Granderson and Martin aren't a "murderers' row" just yet,
But they did something last night that hadn't been done before, not even by the 1927 Yankees and that team's famed murderers' row of Ruth, Gehrig, Lazzeri and others.
In a 22-9 shellacking of the Oakland A's, the Yankees' Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson and Russell Martin each hit grand slam home runs. It's the first time any Major League team hit more than two in one game.