The Party Ain't Over is credited to Wanda Jackson. But it's just as much a Jack White album, defined not only by his garage-rocking, Led Zeppelin-worshipping guitar work, but also by his approach as a producer.
As protests have spread and governments have been toppled in North Africa and the Middle East, one key question has been whether the rulers in Saudi Arabia would come under such pressure.
The Associated Press reports that:
"Saudi police opened fire Thursday to disperse a protest in the mainly Shiite east, leaving at least one man injured, as the government struggled to prevent a wave of unrest sweeping the Arab world from reaching the kingdom.
The New York Times today catches up on the month-or-so-old story of Enrico Ponzo, who authorities believe fled a life of violent crime with a New England mob for a much different existence as Jeffrey John "Jay" Shaw on a ranch in Idaho.
A House subcommittee has voted to deny funds for the EPA to regulate greenhouse gases, in a Thursday session that pitted Republicans against Democrats in a heated debate.
"This bill would block the Environmental Protection Agency's costly global warming regulatory agenda," said the bill's Republican sponsor, House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Rep. Fred Upton, in prepared remarks.