Germany's President Has Resigned: Christian Wulff stepped down in the wake of "disclosures over his personal financial dealings and acceptance of financial favors from political backers."

Gay Marriage Passed in New Jersey!: But a veto is expected.

A Federal Agent Was Fatally Shot After Attacking His Supervisor: "The agent, a Homeland Security investigations officer, opened fire on his boss after being advised that disciplinary action was being taken against him, CBS News' John Miller reports. A third agent intervened, fatally shooting the attacker."

Here's to a Speedy Recovery: The Colbert Report halted production because Stephen Colbert's mother is ill.

Here's Something That's Happening: "Mountain man scares owners of remote Utah cabins."

He's eluded authorities for more than five years, a mountain man who roams the wilderness of southern Utah, breaking into remote cabins in winter, living in luxury off hot food, alcohol and coffee before stealing provisions and vanishing into the woods.


And while there have been no violent confrontations, detectives say he's a time bomb. Lately he has been leaving the cabins in disarray and riddled with bullets after defacing religious icons, and a recent note left behind in one cabin warned, "Get off my mountain."


Now That's Not Very Smart: The pilot of a Cessna flew into Air Force One's airspace yesterday, causing F-16 fighter jets to intercept, and while the Cessna was determined to not be a threat, the secret service says the pilot also had 40 pounds of pot on board. Maybe it was for medical use?

Speaking of the President: He's visiting the Boeing factory in Everett today.

And Speaking of Everett: It's the second most romantic city in Washington? At least according to Amazon, and based on their sales of "romance novels, relationship books, romantic comedies and sexual wellness products." Knoxville is the most romantic city in the US.