Here is this evening’s Daily Run Down.
- Watch the time-lapse beauty of San Francisco fog in Adrift
- Glendale City Council Hands Over $15 Million A Year To Keep Phoenix Coyotes In Town
- Mandela family feud angers South Africa
- Russia cited for illegal rendition
- Grandson loses Mandela grave case
- St Petersburg blast blows off mans hand Russian media
- Credit card donations to WikiLeaks flowing through Iceland again
- Tens of thousands in the streets as deadline arrives Morsi has vowed not to cede power
- Belgian King Albert II to step down in favor of son
- Texas House Committee Approves Abortion Rules – Well fuck them. It’s a woman’s right to choose.
- Snowden and a muzzled free press
- Indias New Surveillance Program Will Function Under A Law From The Colonial Era
- These charts show how the Edward Snowden story is overwhelming the NSA story
- Star Trek on Pluto It Could Really Happen Scientists Say
- How Human Brains Could Be Hacked
- Hummingbird performs the fastest ever shimmy
- Scientists Fabricate Rudimentary Human Livers
- Mad Max will speak like an Aussie mate
- SimCity survey gauges interest in offline mode and bigger cities
- How Sunset Overdrive uses Xbox One cloud
- PS3 Vita dungeon crawler Warriors Lair canceled
- Texas Trooper Shoves 74-Year-Old Then Arrests Her For Felony Assault When She Hits Him With Her Purse – WTF?
- U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement
- Finnish startup Adaia set to launch $1300 Android phone in 2014 – Okay… I’m not sure how many people will purchase it. But Give it a shot.
- Sainsburys sorry to mobile user – I don’t think Sainsbury was in the wrong. It’s rude to be on the phone while checking out.
- Man and woman shot in London street
- Wales votes yes for opt-out organ donation
- Parents jailed over toddlers heroin death
- Illinois Governor Sends Lax Gun Bill Back To Lawmakers With His Own Tougher Provisions
- Too Much Dog Poop Cancels Movies in the Park
- George Ryan Released From Home Confinement
- Ald. Mell retiring after nearly 4 decades in office
Total Number of stories: 40
Look for more stories tomorrow.