Who did President Obama give his Nobel Peace Prize award money to?
– S.B., Fayetteville A: Nobody, yet. Shortly after the award was announced in October, the White House said the president would donate the $1.4 million that comes with the award to charity. Spokesman Robert Gibbs said at the time that he assumed the money would be split between “many different charities,” but there has been no further news since then. The law allows Obama to distribute the money to charity and avoid paying taxes on it. But there have been calls for him to ask permission from Congress to donate the money, as Teddy Roosevelt did when he won. That’s because the U.S. Constitution limits gifts to government officials from foreign states, and the Nobel prizes are affiliated with the Norwegian government. – G.P. Q: How old is the Leaning Tower of Pisa? How long did it take to build? – J.M., Raeford A: How old you consider the world’s most famous non-perpendicular building to be depends on whether you go by when it was started or when it was finished. That might seem overly pi