-- Picture this ...:
The government is tailing you as you drive. Well, sorta. So says a new report. Cops in the U.S. have automatic scanners that snap and store digital photos of license plates of innocent motorists, the ACLU says. The group adds: The information is stored for years with little privacy protection.
-- You'll see it here first:
Alex Rodriguez dishes out on his love for baseball, his "greatest gift" and why he needs his fans now more than ever in an exclusive interview with CNN this morning. Of course, he'll be asked about performance-enhancing drugs and whether he's made some sort of plea deal with the MLB. Should be interesting.
-- My Spidey senses are tingling:
This T-shirt may not get the government off your back, but it's got your back. It lets you know when someone -- or danger -- get too close. Wear it, turn on a sensor clipped at the back, and feel it tingle if someone comes within five feet. As if that's not awesome enough, it has Spidey on the front. You're welcome.
There you go. All you need to know to get an early start to your morning.