The new Miss USA says she would have no problem competing with a transgender beauty contestant. The question asked during the interview portion of last night's contest came from twitter. Olivia Culpo of Rhode Island said she would accept a transgender woman in competition because "it's a free country", and "there are people who have a need to change for a happier life." Culpo will represent the United State's in the miss universe pageant.
Tuesday, a recall election in Wisconsin may have much wider ramifications for the fall presidential race. Voters will decide whether republican governor Scott Walker will be allowed to stay in office. The recall was spurred by a law the governor signed in aMrch 2011 that limited the collective bargaining rights of state worker unions. Polls show Walker with a small lead over democratic challenger Tom Barrett. If Wisconsin voters keep Walker, political analysts say that could bode well for republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Did you see the kind of golf Tiger Woods played Sunday! He birdied three of his final four holes at the memorial to win by two strokes. That win tied him with JackN Nicklaus for second place on the PGA tour's all-time wins list.
The number two seed Alabama softball team goes for its dream! the Crimson Tide is making its first-ever appearance in the finals of the women's college world series. They will play the best-of-three championship series against fourth-seeded Oklahoma. The Tide has been eliminated in the semi-finals three of the past four years. First pitch is at seven.