Newsgeist: 11/24/10

The spirit of the news

Newsgeist: 11/24/10

Happy Thanksgiving Eve from the Newsgeist! Read more for the latest on the Korean conflict, Texas Open Meetings Law, and holiday spending.

-The judge in the Tom DeLay case thinks the jury's wasting time.

-The only police officer left in the Juarez Valley is a 28-year old female.

-Things in South Korea are getting touchy.

-Josh Hamilton of your Texas Rangers won the American League MVP Award.

-The U.S. Government said personal spending is up.

-Some are arguing against the Texas Open Meetings Act.

-And finally, at least your Macbook didn't cost this much.

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