By Victoria Cavaliere NEW YORK (Reuters) - A wealthy Chinese businessman who tried to buy the New York Times planned to serve a free lunch to 1,000 homeless people in New York's Central Park on Wednesday with 250 of them dining in the park's Loeb Boathouse restaurant. Chen Guangbiao, who made his fortune in the recycling business, took out newspaper advertisements last week inviting "poor and destitute Americans" to lunch in the park. Some 250 diners will assemble in the banquet room of the Loeb Boathouse, backdrop for such films as "When Harry Met Sally" and television shows including "Sex and the City." Hundreds of others will feast on the lawn outside, according to the New York City Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter helping to organize the event.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a strong defense of digital age privacy, a unanimous Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police may not generally search the cellphones of people they arrest without first getting search warrants.