BusinessWise for the week of Feb 20 to 24 has Greg Hardman on the new lager house, Tom Cooney & Crystal Faulkner on tax fraud scams, Maureen Kennedy & Kent Covey on Irish Heritage, Tedd Swoormstedt on the CMT song competition and Kevin Kirby on the College of Informatics.
On the eve of Tuesday primaries in Michigan and Arizona, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum appeared to be tied in the Great Lakes state though the former Massachusetts governor likely had the momentum and looked to be significantly ahead in the southwestern border state.
There was no shift over the weekend by Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum when he was asked about his comment last year that then-presidential candidate John Kennedy's famous 1960 speech about religion and the separation of church and state makes him want to throw up.
The news from Afghanistan remains grim as protests and attacks continue over the recent burning of some Qurans and other Islamic materials at an airbase controlled by international forces. The violence and unrest has also, The Washington Post writes, "exposed a crippling weakness in the American strategy to wind down the war."