Amongst events happening around the world this past week:
*The Secret Service has entered the search for a hacker(s) known only as "Guccifer", after that entity has taken credit for breaking into the secured e-mails of the Bush family, including both former Presidents.
*The United States Postal Service has announced that as of August 5th, it will cut back Saturday deliveries to just priority mail, packages, and medical supplies for shut ins; despite the fact that Congress has yet to officially approve the measure.
*Remains recently found at a London, England construction site have been confirmed as those of former monarch Richard the III.
*North Korea claims to have successfully attacked and destroyed New York City after a recent nuclear bomb "test".
*The Dell Computer company is spending $24.4 billion US dollars in a leveraged buyout to go private to avoid the risk of being bought by a rival company.
*Parker Brothers has announced the results of their Monopoly changing poll. The flat iron token is being replaced by a cat token in the long running board game.
*The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in Super Bowl 47 on February 3.
*The 2013 Grammy Awards will be held tomorrow night, hosted by rapper/actor LL Cool J.
*Civil unrest continues in Syria and Afghanistan.
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