Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: We added 227,000 jobs in February—that's the third consecutive month of solid job growth. The unemployment rate held steady at 8.3 percent. If employment continues to grow, then it will most likely give Obama a boost in his campaign.
Awkard, aloof and doesn't drink: That pretty much sums up Mitt Romney—for people who worked with him anyway. Apparently the Mitt even had his own private elevator back in the day.
... But he has a playlist: And Kid Rock, Johnny Cash, Brandon Flowers of the Killers, Willie Nelson, Nat King Cole, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, and Toby Keith are all on it. Carrie Underwood is the only woman on it.
Ron Barber: Gabriel Gifford's aide who was by her side when she was shot and suffered injuries himself will run for her seat. “Because Gabby asked me to,” Barber says. “And I really haven’t ever said no to Gabby.”
Annan meets Assad: U.N. Arab League envoy Kofi Annan meets Syrian president Bashar al-Assad to ask for a cease fire. Syria's year long uprising and bloody crackdown has resulted in thousands dying.
Emo haircuts not cool in Iraq: Activists are saying that dozens of Iraqi teenagers were stoned to death by the Moral Police in the country because of how they are cutting their hair.
Putin protests: Big numbers gone.
Pink Slime OK!: The USDA is defending the use of ammonia-treated ground in school lunches saying that it meets the highest standards of food safety.
50 shades of Grey: You know, that book everyone is talking about? That erotic novel by that obscure author also being called "Mommy porn" and "Twilight" for adults?
Courthouse Attack: Police are focusing on "a person of interest" in the Gray's Harbor shooting case in which a judge and deputy were wounded. But they are not 100 percent sure.
And finally, sushi.