Karadzic appears at U.N. court, says fears for life (Reuters)

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is pictured in this video grab in the court room of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at the start of his initial appearance in The Hague July 31, 2008. (ICTY via Reuters TV/Reuters)Reuters – Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan
Karadzic appeared before a U.N. war crimes judge for the first
time on Thursday to answer genocide charges and said he had
been kidnapped and feared for his life.

Schwarzenegger backs McCain while praising Obama (AP)

In this May 22, 2008, file photo Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., right, shakes hands with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., in Union City, Calif.  Schwarzenegger, who endorsed McCain and will appear on his behalf at the Republican National Convention this summer, commonly answers questions about global warming and other topics by saying that either candidate, McCain or rival Democratic candidate Barack Obama, will be a big improvement over President Bush. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)AP – How many governors endorse one candidate for president and then even before the election leave the door open to working in his opponent’s administration? One so far: Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Dell tests music player to renew iPod battle

In recent months, personal computer maker Dell Inc. has been testing a digital music player that could go on sale as early as September, the Wall Street Journal newspaper said, citing several Dell officials.

‘Ripcords’, a Musical Drama of Post-War Secrets, Will Play FringeNYC (Playbill)

Playbill – Ripcords, a new musical drama about war profiteering in World War II, and choices to be made in the 1950s, will jump into the The New York International Fringe Festival Aug. 10-24 at the Bleecker Street Theatre.