PFT Live: New Orleans Saints GM Mickey Loomis vehemently denies the allegations that he had the ability to listen to opposing head coaches during games at the Superdome, calling the reports "ludicrous" and "absolutely untrue." (NBC Sports)
Whale researcher Alisa Schulman-Janiger says an increase in nutrient-rich krill off the coast of Los Angeles has been an important contributor to the fact that an unprecedented 500 blue whales have been seen in Southern California waters this year alone.
Pete Clarke, a former Navy officer and friend of Capt. Honors, says that relieving the decorated commander is unfair and that only the subordinates on the ship were supposed to see the videos at the center of the controversy. (TODAY show)
Responding to Rep. Ron Paul's, R-Texas allegations that the U.S. government loaned Saddam Hussein billions of dollars for a nuclear reactor, and cash from the Watergate scandal came from the Federal government, Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke calls the allegations 'bizarre'. (CNBC)