Just moments ago, Libya's state TV broadcast what it said was a live appearance by leader Moammar Gadhafi addressing people in Tripoli's Green Square.
There is, of course, a chance that it was previously recorded (and the BBC says that some of the subsequent images being shown on state TV were recorded earlier). Here's some of what Gadhafi said, according to The Guardian:
-- "We will continue to fight. We will defeat them. We will die here on Libyan soil."
The 20-year-old college student from Saudi Arabia who was arrested in Texas yesterday and is accused of trying to put together an explosive device that he might have intended to use to attack former President George W. Bush's home in Dallas will plead innocent, his attorney said this morning.
The state of Maryland is cracking down hard on hospitals for failing to prevent complications in patients like infections or pneumonia.
In 2010, the second year of a Maryland program aimed at reducing complications, they fell 12 percent statewide. Some of the drop is likely from hospitals becoming more diligent about checking to see if patients already have any of the conditions when they are admitted.
From Georgia, the Athens Banner-Herald reports that at a town hall meeting Tuesday night Republican Rep. Paul Broun was asked by a person in the audience when — or who, depending on the person doing the reporting — someone is going to shoot President Obama.
Two things about what happened next stand out:
-- The question "got a big laugh," the newspaper reports.