Because it's breakfast-time, check your Frigidaire. Like, RIGHT EFFING NOW. Millions of salmonella-tainted eggs have been unleashed on an unsuspecting American populace. But you're probably OK if you shop at Fred Meyer.
So the war is over, but maybe not the shooting. A "small" cadre of 50,000 soldiers will stick around Iraq now that combat troops have left. Oh, and so will private mercenary armies funded by our tax dollars. And that's gone well.
Neptune is a putz. And here's why. It was also harder to find than Uranus.
But here's another folk-hero flight attendant to make you feel better. Unless you think Southwest's Beverly McCurley was out of line. There's some debate after McCurley snatched a 13-month-old baby from her mama, after the woman smacked the crying child.
Facebook Places! Taking you places you've never been or taking people to places you don't want them to go. Like your apartment.
Affordable housing is scarce enough in this town. The developer behind the New Columbia project and the Building Blocks effort goes bust.
Eight shootings, 24 hours: It's like a tour of Portland, but with bullets.
Finally, your newest "American Idol" judge:
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