Second Thoughts

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

Second Thoughts

Hip-hop mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs (search) — who traveled the country wearing a "Vote or Die" T-shirt — says he made a mistake when he called for young people to throw President Bush's backside out of office.

Diddy now says it would have been better just to energize young Americans to vote, but let them make up their own minds about the candidates.

Heading North?

A spokesman for Canadian immigration says the number of Americans who are asking about becoming citizens there jumped from about 20,000 a day to more than 115,000 on the day after President Bush won re-election.

According to officials, it will take about six months to see if people really want to leave the U.S. for Canada (search).

A Sigh of Relief...

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (search), an international election-monitoring group, has put its seal of approval on Tuesday's presidential election.

The 60-member delegation reports that our election, "appeared to meet international standards for transparency and fairness."