Well, unfortunately we were unable to get online before now due to the remnants of Tropical Storm Nichole knocking out our electrical service. The Free Choice E-zine apologizes for any inconvenience to our readers.
*Bob Dudley has succeeded Tony Hayward as the new CEO of British Petroleum.
*President Barack Obama's White House Chief of Staff Rham Emanuel has stepped down from that position in hopes of becoming the next mayor of Chicago, Illinois.
*Kim Jong-un, son of North Korea's current leader, has been appointed to two positions within The Workers' Party, a move which some pundits believe will help ease the eventual transfer of power from his father.
*Meanwhile, talks between the North and South Korean Militaries ended with no accords reached, although their governments have agreed to a plan to reunite families that were separated by the Korean War.
*The United Kingdom has declared Druids officially a religion under that realm's charity regulations.
*Pending final approval of the transaction, Southwest Airlines is scheduled to buy AirTrans Airways.
IN OUTER SPACE...
*NASA projects the new space capsule Orion to be ready for test flights by 2013.
*Astronomers have discovered twenty light years from Earth Gilese 587g, a planet similar to ours in physical form and appearance that might support life.
*China has launched the Chang'e 2, an automated lunar probe, to test developing space technology.
IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS...
*The Flintstones recently celebrated their 50th anniversary while The Andy Griffith Show celebrates its now.
*Actress Gloria Stuart (Titanic), Actor Tony Curtis, and movie director Arthur Penn have passed away.
For more news at any time, just scroll down to our IN OTHER NEWS feature at the bottom of your screen.