An assortment of stories from the PMT team...
• Time Magazine Editor Richard Stengel revealed the 'Person Of The Year' finalists on the "Today" show this morning: Julian Assange, Steve Jobs, Hamid Karzai, Mark Zuckerberg, the Chilean Miners and the Tea Party. Assange won reader's choice. (From Steve Krakauer)
• YouTube has launched YouTube Trends, "a destination for daily insight into the zeitgeist of the world's largest video site." (From SK)
• There are reports that the University of Virginia lacrosse player charged with murdering his former girlfriend may be making a plea deal to avoid trial. According to police, the death penalty is off the table. (From Maria Spinella)
• YouTube users who come across videos that are militant or “promote terrorism” can now flag them for removal. YouTube has struggled to deal with user-generated content that incites terrorist violence, including videos of radical Imam Anwar al-Awlaki discussing jihad. (From MS)
In the British parliament, legislators engage in "Question Time" – a chance to get any and all questions answered.
In our "Question Time" web series, we'll ask Piers Morgan about some of the most interesting topics in his life and in the news. Today: how being a talent show judge can be like editing a newspaper, and who has more talent: America or Britain. FULL POST
Each day, we here at Piers Morgan Tonight will put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For December 13, 2010, will Michael Steele run again for RNC Chairman, Sarah Palin visits Haiti, and Bernie Madoff's son commits suicide. FULL POST