Pen and Pad in Hand

Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:

Pen and Pad in Hand

Michael Moore (search), director of “Fahrenheit 9/11,” will be covering the Republican National Convention (search) as a columnist for USA Today.

While Republican officials reportedly are less than thrilled, delegates are apparently taking Moore's presence here in stride. According to one story, delegate Terry Butts said of Moore: "I am from south Alabama and we're used to dealing with jackasses. So I look forward to making his acquaintance."

Welcome to New York

Volunteers for the convention received a "welcome" e-mail that wasn't very welcoming. Hundreds of them were shocked when they opened the e-mail and saw that their phone numbers, birth dates and social security numbers were listed for all to see.

A spokesman for the convention says security has been alerted to protect all of those on the list.

By the Numbers

In the coming days there will be all sorts of polls about the presidential campaign. But here's a new way — at least to us — to look at the contest.

According to the American Kennel Club (search), dog owners — by a margin of 51 to 37 percent — trust President Bush more than Sen. Kerry to walk their dogs.