There was a lot in the news on Wednesday! Ready? 1. The FBI announces a break-through with surveillance video for the Boston bombings. CNN ends up with egg on its face, first saying arrests have been made, then retracting that ‘Breaking News’ announcement a hour later. 2. A gun control bill (for universal background checks) fails in the Senate. This for something that 90% of the citizenry supports. A big boo! – BOO! – to the US senators that voted no. Go home! 3. Huge explosion at a fertilizer factory in Texas, probably killing 15 people, hurting scores, and decimating homes and buildings in the little town of West. 4. The wife of a former justice of the peace (I guess that’s similar to a sheriff), confesses her role to the killings of a District Attorney and his wife AND a deputy district attorney, ending a nationally publicized man-hunt. Her husband had been convicted of stealing public property, and he was the trigger-man. Her bail was set at $10 million. 5. A 45-yr old Elvis impersonator with paranoia and delusions of government gets arrested for sending ricin-laced letters to the President and a US senator. The mail did not make it to the US Capitol building.