If they call Tom Hanks in for help, we'll know this is a serious problem on board the space station. So far, it seems to be a data issue with some complications. We have Tom Costello on the case, and he'll report for us.
From Gaza, today's headline appears to be this: the standing government appears split in two, and it looks like a militant Islamist state will take up residence next to America's most important ally in the Middle East. We're on the story, as we are other disparate topics like immigration, breakfast cereals for children and hidden, residential pot farms in California.
Please tune in tomorrow night as well, despite the fact that I'll be enjoying a day off with my family. My last day off was during the Eisenhower administration, so I'm pretty excited. Those sure were simpler times.
And please take time to read today's Medal Of Honor recipient biography. Newsweek Editor Jon Meacham was kind enough to tell me last night that he is following their stories on this Web site, which helps make this pursuit of ours very worthwhile.
We hope you'll join us for our Thursday broadcast tonight.