At Least 37 Dead: Female Suicide Bombers strapped with explosives attack two Moscow subway stations Monday morning.

Thousands Denied Despite historic health care bill, insurers claim they don't have to cover sick children with preexisting conditions.

State Attorney General Rob McKenna Still Being a Dick: King County officials, including KC Executive Dow Constantine, say it prettier than I do.

There Goes a Legend: Gigolo who compared himself to Rosa Parks and Ghandi leaves sex farm in Nevada because of sluggish demand for his goods.

Goods in High Demand: Dutch coffee shop fined $13 million dollars for storing more pot at the cafe than "tolerated."

"Crowned with thorns by groundless innuendo": Archbishop compares Pope Benedict XVI, who reportedly aided cover-ups of reports of child abuse, to Jesus. Good thing the Pope, like Jesus, is not intimidated by "petty gossip."

How to Save Energy, Souls: Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez extends Easter three days to conserve electrical power amid country-wide shortages.

Stuck in Hanford: 53 million gallons of radioactive waste vacationing indefinitely at local Hanford Nuclear site; one million gallons have leached into the desert soil.

"We can't hope for CNN, MSNBC, or Fox News to provide serious journalism": Rick Steves on where he gets his news.

Obama's Sunday Trip to Afghanistan: "I thought I'd come over and say hello." President vows to disrupt, dismantle, defeat, destroy al-Qaida and other terrorists.

"Too Stale" for the Presidency: The freshness test posits that “no one has been elected president who took more than 14 years to climb from his first major elective office to election as either president or vice president." See which republicans fail.