Elementary School Shooting: Teacher shot dead in Tacoma, no children involved.
One Open, One Closed: DNA leads to arrest of suspect in 1972 murder and rape case, considered one of Seattle's oldest cold cases.
Crime on the Agenda: McGinn chief of staff Julie McCoy burgled, two cars stolen.
War Journalism: BBC editor witnesses Taliban Kabul attack.
According to Whom?: McCain tells Good Morning America "the majority of American people say we want you to start [the health care bill] over."
More Trouble for Google: EU asks for more privacy in Street View.
Someone's Doing Something Pragmatic: California subpoenas big health insurers' financial records, Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, Blue Shield, Kaiser, Health Net and PacifiCare all named. Allegations include illegal rate hikes and denied payment of legitimate claims.
Turkey Expands Military Coup Investigation: Eighteen new suspects detained.
Why Thank You: Microsoft takes legal action against major spammer jerks.
Let's Get them to Work: Obama rounds out deficit panel with Honeywell chief David Cote, a Republican, and Democrat Alice Rivlin, a former Federal Reserve vice president.
Onward and Upward?: U.S. economy grew at an annualized rate of 5.9% in the last quarter of 2009, which was more than expected. Economists attribute the rise to an increase in manufacturing output rather than stronger consumer spending.
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