As we said Tuesday, there was a fair amount of fun made at the expense of developer/reality TV star/presidential wannabe Donald Trump after he released a piece of paper that wasn't really a birth certificate. He had, after all, joined those who say they still have doubts about the documents that the state of Hawaii has released regarding President Obama's birth.
A destroyed building in Onagawa, Miyagi prefecture.
Some of the latest news and headlines about the crisis in Japan, where a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami on March 11 killed thousands, devastated much of the country's northeastern coast and crippled a nuclear power plant in Fukushima:
Lady is not just any old bird. She's perhaps the oldest osprey in the world. After traveling 6,000 miles, she's completed her 21st migration from Africa back to Scotland. These wide-winged birds of prey nearly went extinct and are still quite rare.
In northern Iraq, Kirkuk has always been a flashpoint with Kurds, Turkmen and Arabs, who all claim it as their own. It has a special place in the new Iraqi constitution, but nothing has changed for years.