Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
New Charges Planned?
Those four men now in jail — accused of plotting the second terror attack in London (search) — are also under suspicion for ripping off the government.
The men reportedly used multiple aliases, addresses and birth dates to get almost $700,000 in government benefits. The money was discovered when police searched their bank accounts.
After President Bush won re-election, Canadian officials reported a big jump in the number of Americans visiting an immigration Web site — leading to predictions that people unhappy with Mr. Bush's victory would flee the country.
But, the Canadian immigration minister says it didn't work out that way. The number of Americans applying to live in Canada actually fell in the six months after the election.
Getting Some Time Off
A staffer in Senate Minority Leader Reid's office sent out a snarky e-mail to the media Friday, blasting President Bush for what he supposedly isn't doing while on vacation in Texas.
What the e-mail fails to mention is that the president will be out of town for 33 days, while the congressional recess is 36 days.