When tourists ask for the bathroom in the Minneapolis airport lately, it's usually not because they have to go. It's because they want to see the stall made famous by U.S. Sen. Larry Craig's arrest in a sex sting.
A conservative group has come to Sen. Larry Craig's defense, saying his arrest in an airport restroom amid allegations he tried to solicit sex was an example of overzealous police profiling and entrapment.
You may remember J. Craig Venter from the drama that surrounded the recent completion of the Human Genome Project (2003). He is, as one would righteously expect, still up to no good and stirring up something of a PR storm.