Supreme Coverage: The Supreme court tackles a top questions in the health care review: Can Congress require all Americans to have health insurance?
Peace Plan: Syria accepts Kofi Annan's plan to end violence and terror in Syria. But is the government opposition group on board?
How to be a Republican: Santorum blows up (nope, there's more to this story) at New York Times reporter for twisting his words, says “Yeah, you know, if you haven’t cursed out a New York Times reporter during the course of a campaign, you’re not really a real Republican is the way I look at it!”
Space Jam: International Space Station astronauts fled to escape pods last weekend due to a chunk of space junk hurtling toward the station. There now is about 22,000 pieces o' space trash orbiting the earth. Problem?
Make That Five Million Brownies, Please: Studies find that chocolate makes you skinny—WOOOO! This news comes with a lot of fineprint.
Heard That One Before: A California medical marijuana delivery man is attacked by mysterious ninjas who steal his weed and disappear into the night. Sure...
Kablamo!: SE Belmont's defunct Washington High School closed this morning after a janitor found a backpack labeled "boom" on the front steps. Bomb squad is on the scene.
Too Lazy to Look Outside?: It's mild and wet out there— expect low 50s and drizzle for the rest of the day.
Steve Holt!: With the much-anticipated Arrested Development movie on its way, fans rally to stick bit player Steve Holt! into the plot.
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