It’s been a pleasure to blog for all of you this weekend. Before I go, let me give you a few suggestions on how you might spend your afternoon:
The National Security Agency’s authority has indeed increased under the Obama administration, Ellen Nakashima reports.
Private investors are exploiting a D.C. program for recovering unpaid property taxes to seize and sell homes, even if the owners owed only a small amount and never borrowed money from a bank.
The Economist walks us patiently through the various causes of the financial crisis.
Bobby Allyn reports from Vanderbilt about a disturbing rape case.
Pico Ayer recounts a visit by the Dalai Lama to a Japanese fishing village devastated by the tsunami.
Thanks for reading. I hope to be back here again before too long.