As if things couldn't get any weirder in the US presidential primaries ...
Donald Trump has cracked it with Fox News. And other media tidbits of the day.
Following the evictions, and a winter of consolidation and strategic planning, organisers hope spring in the northern hemisphere will bring a renewed energy to the Occupy movement, writes Nigel O'Connor, freelance journalist and correspondent.
We did but see him passing by ... like the Hindenberg on the way towards that mast.
Rick Santorum, the fundamentalist ex-senator from Pennsylvania, conceded defeat overnight and suspended his campaign. Although he has not officially endorsed Mitt Romney.
Republicans seized on Barack Obama's open-mike gaff as evidence he would betray American interests as soon as he no longer had to fear electoral retribution. But Mitt Romney was equally stupid.
Through the wide, night streets of Tampa came the pirates -- tens of thousands of them, some in full regalia, tricorne hats and eye patches, plastic cutlasses and black velvet coats, girls in low-cut frilly white shirts and face paint.
The Republican presidential campaign has already provided plenty of drama and entertainment, but things are about to get even more interesting.
Of the Republican contenders -- Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich and Herman Cain -- one name stands out. America's pundit class have been giving a lot of attention to the pizza tycoon.