The Daily Grind Video

We’re inundated by news stories every day and with a 24/7 news cycle, it’s nearly impossible to keep up. But thanks to GlobalGrind’s Think Tank, you’ll be quickly in the know, and then good to go.

From what’s going on in the Capitol to what’s happening oversees, we have it all. 

Today we see that former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child with a household staff member, while the Obamas are balling to the bank.

Better Than Fiction

Character: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Plot Line: This just gets better with every passing day. Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has admitted that he fathered a child with a member of his household staff. Schwarzenegger and Shriver jointly announced May 9 that they were splitting up after 25 years of marriage. Yet, Shriver moved out of the family’s Brentwood mansion earlier in the year after Schwarzenegger acknowledged the child is his, The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.


Take It In The Ring

Contenders: Bill O’Reilly vs. Jon Stewart

Match: So Bill O’Reilly invited “the Daily Show”‘s Jon Stewart to match wits to debate whether or not the rapper Common should have been invited to a poetry reading at the White House. Take a look at how it went down. 


Money On My Mind

Whose Wallet: The Obamas

Weight: $12 Million

How They Hustled: The White House says the assets held by President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are valued between $1.8 million and nearly $12 million.


Hero of the Day

Who: Austin Whitney

What: Probably the greatest story of the week. Austin Whitney, 22, was able to walk at his graduation. Whitney, a paraplegic college graduate, paralyzed since a 2007 car crash, used an exoskeleton to walk across the stage Saturday to receive his diploma. Whitney, a history and political science major at the University of California-Berkeley, spent nine months working with Homayoon Kazerooni, creator of the HULC exoskeleton and the eLegs rehabilitation system.


Numbers Game

Number: 23

Where: America

What Happened: Say it ain’t so! Fox is canceling “America’s Most Wanted,” after 23 years on the air. The Saturday night show that has profiled criminals on the lam since 1988 is no more.


Inside the Capitol

Where: South Carolina  

Who: State Senate

What Happened: South Carolina lawmakers want to slash benefits for the jobless.The South Carolina State Senate gave approval last week to a bill that would reduce state unemployment benefits from 26 weeks to 20 weeks while simultaneously cutting unemployment surtaxes for businesses. 


This Day In History

Year: 1954

What: In a major civil rights victory, the U.S. Supreme Court hands down an unanimous decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, ruling that racial segregation in public educational facilities is unconstitutional.