March 24th, 2008
05:23 PM ET

Afternoon Buzz

This afternoon parts of Arkansas are under water as flooding trouble heads south.  On the other side of the globe,  a grim discovery is made in Iraq.  While in the battle for the White House, it's getting nastier between the Clinton and Obama camps.  The infamous 'blue dress' in the Clinton-Monica Lewinsky affair is coming into play. We can't make this stuff up! And, it's not easy being 8 feet 5 inches tall.  Here's your Afternoon Buzz:

Top Stories
Rivers Rage
The White River flooded low-lying areas of Des Arc, Arkansas on Monday and continued to rise, as other towns along the river were warned they could suffer their worst flooding in more than a quarter-century.

FBI: Bodies of kidnapped U.S. contractors found
The remains of two U.S. contractors who were kidnapped in Iraq have been found, FBI officials said Monday.

Detroit Mayor faces felony charges
Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and an ex-aide were charged Monday with perjury and obstruction of justice after prosecutors said sexually explicit text messages between the two contradicted their sworn court testimony.

Raw Politics
Obama backer cites 'blue dress' in Bill Clinton attack
Sen. Hillary Clinton's advisers blasted Sen. Barack Obama's campaign Monday after a major Obama supporter referenced the blue dress that was at the heart of former President Bill Clinton's impeachment scandal.

High court rejects anti-Clinton movie case 
The Supreme Court has rejected a conservative group's legal fight to air commercials promoting a movie critical of Sen. Hillary Clinton

Crime & Punishment
Chauffeur denies killing millionaire boss
A chauffeur charged with conspiracy to commit murder says he didn't kill a wealthy developer who had been days away from pleading guilty in a multimillion-dollar fraud case

Drew Peterson: It's 'very lonely' without Stacy 
Jobless and with no prospects, Drew Peterson spends his days taking care of his four children: cooking meals, washing clothes, helping with homework. All the while, he does so knowing that most of the world believes he killed his last two wives.

What YOU will be TALKING about TONIGHT
Man declared dead, says he feels 'pretty good' 
Zach Dunlap says he feels "pretty good," four months after he was declared brain dead and doctors were about to remove his organs for transplant.

Pilots gun goes off on flight 
Federal authorities are investigating how a pilot's gun accidentally discharged in the cockpit on a U.S. Airways flight from Denver to Charlotte, N.C.

World's tallest man struggles to fit in 
Leonid Stadnik's phenomenal height has forced him to quit a job he loved, to stoop as he moves around his house and to spend most of his time in his tiny home village because he cannot fit in a car or bus

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