For those living in the affected areas, Daylight Savings Time ends tonight. Don't forget to turn your clocks back one hour before going to bed.
*Hurricane Tomas ravaged the Caribbean, but now seems to be headed out into the wilds of the Atlantic Ocean, where it will only be a hazard to navigation from this point on.
*After the recent explosives discovery, air freight has been temporarily banned from leaving Yemen, while International authorities are now trying to track down the source of package bombs mailed from Greece.
*MSNBC Anchor Keith Olbermann has been suspended (indefinitely?) for contributing to political campaigns when on air personalities must remain neutral.
*Mount Merapi in Indonesia underwent a second eruption even as survivors from the first event were cautiously returning to their homes.
*In hopes of improving American exports and foreign relations, United States President Barack Obama has embarked upon a goodwill tour of Asia.
ELECTION RESULTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
*The United States' 2010 mid-term elections only put the Republican Party in the majority position of the House of Representatives come the 2011 session.
*Dilma Rousself is set to become the first female president of Brazil.
*Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed is the new Prime Minister of Somalia.
IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS...
*Actress Jill Clayburgh passed away this week.
*Charlie O'Donnell, long time announcer for Wheel of Fortune and other programs, is no longer with us.
*Conan O'Brien begins his much anticipated new talk show on the TBS cable network this coming Monday night.
*The National League San Francisco Giants won their first World Series since 1954 by defeating the American League Texas Rangers.
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