*Police in the U.K. are encouraging citizens to report people who wear too much jewelry or who drive expensive cars. Seriously. The new campaign is called: "Too much bling? Give us a ring." Seriously. You can't make this stuff up.
*The World Health Organization is investigating a claim by an Australian scientist that the swine flu virus may have been created as a result of a lab error.
*Miss California is going to keep her title for now.
*Articles about the Bilderberg group are starting to pop up in the mainstream media.
*Some U.S. soldiers have been forced to steal water in Iraq in order to survive. Why can't the U.S. military take care of them?
*Gas prices in the U.S. are going up rapidly again.
*The H1N1 flu virus continues to spread to more countries.
*Almost half of all children in the U.K. are now born out of wedlock.
*Saya, a female humanoid robot, recently taught a science and technology lesson to a class of 10-year-old students at Kudan Elementary School in Tokyo.
*A new report indicates that the financial health of the Social Security system is declining more quickly than was anticipated.
*U.S. News & World Report is another big media outlet that is telling us that a flu pandemic will return in the fall.
*Home prices fell in almost nine out of every 10 U.S. cities in the first quarter of 2009.
*U.S. home foreclosures in April 2009 were up 32% compared with April 2008.
*Swedish health authorities have ruled that it is not illegal to kill a healthy unborn child based simply on its gender.
*Lastly, some Canadian missionaries believe that they were evicted from their own home for distributing pro-life materials.