.
February 14th, 2008
05:46 PM ET

Afternoon Buzz

Hi, bloggers.

We have a breaking story this afternoon. A report of several people shot at Northern Illinois University. It’s developing right now.
Stay with CNN for the latest.  Tonight, Anderson is planning on reporting from St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana.  We want to update you on the ongoing clean-up effort after Hurricane Katrina. It just so happens today the CDC confirmed many of the FEMA trailers given to hurricane victims are toxic. That’s not what you want to hear from the federal government that’s supposed to help you. 
This afternoon on the campaign trail, two former foes are joining forces. Ex-candidate Mitt Romney is endorsing John McCain. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is sharpening her attacks against rival Barack Obama  (Where’s the love this Valentine’s Day? I know. There is none on the campaign trail).   

And the Pentagon has a plan that would make Dr. Evil smile.  Military leaders may shoot down a wayward satellite.  Grab your afternoon soda. Here are the headlines:

Top Stories  
Report: Several people shot at Northern Illinois University  
FEMA moving people out of toxic trailers 

Raw Politics  
Romney backs McCain 
Clinton sharpens attacks on Obama  
Crime & Punishment  
Friend questioned in therapist’s slasher killing  
Cops: Teen calls 911 on drunk driving Dad    

What YOU will be TALKING about TONIGHT 
Pentagon may shoot down satellite   
Pilot: Toy plane buzzed aircraft  

soundoff (No Responses)

Comments are closed.