Eavesdropping In: Navy Takes Back Sanctioning Same-Sex Civil Unions; Galleon Hedge Fund Magnate Found Guilty Of Insider Trading; Text Alerts From Obama?; Taylor Armstrong & Husband Split; Gov't Ad Probe To Cost Google $500M

by Emily Green · May 11, 2011

Under pressure from members of the House of Representatives, the Navy reverses decision to allow chaplains to perform same-sex civil unions for gays in the military. [LATimes]

Former billionaire Galleon Group hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam found guilty of insider trading on all 14 counts of securities fraud and conspiracy. [HuffPo]

A new Personal Localized Alerting Network (PLAN) notification system may allow for text message alerts and warnings during emergencies from the president directly to your cell. [KTLA]

Beverly Hills "Real Housewife" Taylor Armstrong and that curmudgeon of a husband, Russell, have separated. Shocking. [PE]

A government probe into the legitimacy of its advertising practices could cost Google $500 million or more. [KABC]