From the you-can’t-make-this-up department:
Carmen Aristegui, the award-winning Mexican journalist behind the exposure of numerous scandals involving the government and other holders of power, has lost her popular daily radio show in a dispute with the station’s owners.
Little toy babies swaddled in rosary beads adorn a table protesters have set up outside a Mexico City abortion and family-planning clinic. The handful of demonstrators pray and sing and call out to women entering the center: "Don't kill it!"
She is sort of a cross between Christiane Amanpour and a dog with a bone. Carmen Aristegui is possibly Mexico's most famous journalist, very courageous and often annoying. She hosts an enormously popular four-hour daily radio program and has a nightly talk-show gig on the Spanish-language...
You don’t expect 007 to cave.
One senator called him the great national spy. A commentator said it was like appointing Donald Rumsfeld to the Supreme Court. More than 50,000 scholars, lawyers and others signed a petition against him.