Former special inspector general for TARP tells us TARP was even worse than we thought -- that TARP didn't help homeowners, and that banks had too much say in the whole process. Though we clearly need more folks like Mr. Barofksy in our government, you can otherwise file this under "I could have told you this would happen at the time."
Penn scientists take "first steps" toward building human organs using a 3-D printer. They're quite small first steps, but this is the kind of thing that makes me damn excited about the future.
"Obama campaign takes gamble in going negative," the New York Times tells us. Why don't we ever hear that Republicans "gamble" in going negative? Presumably, Republicans have reputations, too. Don't they?
CNN President Jim Walton resigns, saying CNN needs "new thinking." Wake me when "new thinking" includes "not letting serial liars say whatever they want without any 'journalists' ever challenging them on anything."