Less cash for Obama: Major donors are not contributing to Obama's campaign as they did four years ago, forcing the president to rely more on grass-roots supporters. He's still ahead of Romney though.

Gingrich in debt: Or at least his campaign is. Expenses include massive spending on private jets.

UN approves 300 cease-fire observers to Syria: It estimates that more than 9,000 people have been killed by government forces in the uprising.

Mystery skin rash in Vietnam: Kills 19.

Milk, meat, and toilet paper: Venezuela may be one of the world's top oil producers, but its government's price control policies make basic groceries scarce.

4/20 celebrations: Federal raids and local busts couldn't stop them.

“Today is like being Irish on St. Patrick’s Day,” said Wade O’Connor, an activist and Oaksterdam alumnus who took ample tokes from a blown-glass pipe in the school’s student union.

Happy Birthday to the guy who invented kindergarten: Friedrich Fröbel. Share your kindergarten memories here.

Downtown Russell Center sells for $480 million: Seattle's biggest deal since the Columbia Center sold for $621 million in 2007.

The Next 50: Opens at the Seattle Center today, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, "the legacy it left to the region, and the opportunities ahead during the next 50 years."

And, this puppy can sing and play the piano.