Seattle Times Blows Dale Chihuly: Calls him the bees knees, ponders whether a Chihuly museum is the answer to Seattle Center's financial woes.

Scandal at Dick's: A poll to help decide the location of the next Dick's Drive-In was hacked, says a spokeswoman. The poll has been fixed and voting will continue.

Alleged Rape and Sodomy: New Mariners player comes with baggage.

Bush's Tax Breaks for the Rich: May be sticking around, thanks to moderate democrats.

Botox Settles for $600 Million: After illegally promoting the face-freezing drug up until 2005 for unapproved uses like treating headaches. (Although now, five years later, the FDA is seriously considering authorizing Botox for the treatment of chronic migraines.)

The Mideast Talks Peace: Israeli and Palestinian leaders gather today with leaders from Jordan and Egypt, under the watchful stare of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to find a regional solution to decades of conflict. (Israel is even willing to divide Jerusalem in order to reach peace, says one Israeli cabinet member.)

"Sedated, drooling and overweight from the side effects": Six-year-old Kyle Warren was prescribed with the antipsychotic Risperdal, the antidepressant Prozac, two sleeping medicines and one for attention-deficit disorder, all before his third birthday. More than 500,000 children and teens in the U.S. are now on antipsychotic drugs, according to the FDA.

You Love Reading About Sedated Children, Don't You? New study finds that older people enjoy reading negative news stories about younger generations because it boosts their self esteem. (Monsters.)

God Didn't Create the Universe: So says Stephen Hawking.

Hurricane Earl Followed by Fiona and Gaston: Storm warnings issued from North Carolina to Massachusetts.