Eavesdropping In: 25% Of Young Professionals Want To Work For Google, Cops Taser Brooklyn Man Over Parking Ticket

by Mara Siegler · March 21, 2011

    Photographs have emerged of two US soldiers posing with the body of an Afghan man just after he was killed last year. [AP]

    Charlie Sheen's brother Emilio Estevez speaks out. He pretty much says that sometimes, he wants to shoot him. [Sun]

    Nearly 25% of young professionals would like to work for Google, according to a new survey. [WSJ]

    The death toll in Japan has reached more than 18,000. Rebuilding costs are estimated at $235 billion.  [AP]

    Former sumo wrestler Kelly Gneitingho, who weighs 400 pounds, completed the Los Angeles Marathon yesterday in nine hours, 48 minutes, and 52 seconds. [LAT]

    Jonathan Zimmerman, 26, is suing the city and the two officers, saying that after he double-parked, he suffered through an excruciating Tasering that left him with a dime-sized scar. [NYDN]