Days after a law firm launched a class-action lawsuit on behalf of investors against Facebook and its bankers, alleging that certain investors were given preferential treatment, Facebook’s shares dipped during Tuesday's trading to near $29, more than 20% under its IPO price.
Michael Hayden, who will probably replace outgoing CIA chief Porter Goss, told Congress in 2002 that all domestic surveillance was consistent with the FISA law--knowing full well of Bush's warrantless eavesdropping program.
In a Fox News interview, Cheney admits to drinking a beer at lunch before the hunt, which took place a few hours later. (Hat tip: Think Progress.) If he's low-balling the amount he drank, it wouldn't be the first time Cheney misled the public. UPDATE: AMERICAblog reports that MSNBC's website "scrubbed" a reference to Cheney's drinking.