LIECHTENSTEIN: Charity sometimes begins on the Web, or at least that's what the International Red Cross is hoping with its new Internet gambling site. The Liechtenstein-based site, a cross between Clara Barton and your local 7-Eleven, offers a number of lotto games -- and 25 percent of the proceeds go to the medical organization. After giving a credit card number, you get java-based games that play like the regular lottery, with odds just about as bad. A potentially confusing stumbling block: Tickets (and winnings) are in Swiss Francs (One SF currently equals 69 cents). Other major charitable and aid organizations are thinking maybe they should get into the web gambling game too. Up next: A Vatican bingo site?