I'll shortly be heading out of town to visit my family over the Easter weekend. Meanwhile, here are some things in the news:
From the Military Times, a U.N. arms trade treaty gets some opposition - from Iran and North Korea.
From CNN, a former U.S. soldier has been charged with firing an RPG in Syria.
From Prophecy News Watch, there are only 57 churches left in Iraq.
Business Insider reveals what is the most hacked mobile device.
From the Christian Science Monitor, actress Ashley Judd has decided against running for the Senate against Mitch McConnell (R-KY), but the Democrats have found another potential challenger.
From the New York Post, some artifacts belonging to the author William Faulkner will be auctioned off, including an unpublished story.
From Heritage Action, 75 Senators have voted for what might be called the "shop China bill".
From the Associated Press, the American economy grew at a 0.4% annual rate during the last quarter of 2012, up from a previous estimate of 0.1%. (via Gateway Pundit)
The Washington Times reports that Food Stamp use has increased 70% during the Obama presidency.
From Natural News, that old saying about "an apple a day" is starting to make a lot of sense.
From Fox 8 in Cleveland, I tawt I taw a putty tat.
And from Duh Progressive, some satire aimed at the Mayor of New York.