Murder in the Morning: Two suicide bombers dressed in burqas blew themselves up this morning in a camp for refugees fleeing military offensives in northwestern Pakistan, killing 41 people and wounding 62.
Air Pollution: A cloud of ash from an Icelandic volcano shut down much of air travel to and from Northern Europe for a third straight day as a massive transportation gridlock spread around the world.
Barf! A 21-year-old New Jersey man was jailed after, police say, he intentionally vomited on an off-duty police captain and his 11-year-old daughter in the stands during a Phillies game. He is being held for $36,000 bail.
The Voices Told Him to Do it: A Wisconsin man suspected in the shooting deaths of his pregnant wife, infant son and two nieces in their Chicago home told police he committed the crimes yesterday. He also told police “he was sorry he ran out of bullets.”
A Grandfather's Right: Is it ever right for protesters to keep a grandfather from his grandson’s bar mitzvah? What if that grandfather is Richard Goldstone, one of this nation’s most eminent jurists and head of a United Nations investigation that said it found evidence of war crimes during Israel’s invasion of Gaza?
Speaking of Bar Mitzvahs: A German court convicted British Roman Catholic Bishop Richard Williamson on Friday of denying the Holocaust, officially making things even worse for the Catholic Church.
Mom, I’m Allergic to School! South Shore School, which just moved to a new building in September, will be closed for the remainder of the school year as Seattle Public Schools tries to identify and fix what is causing some students and teachers to experience symptoms such as itchy eyes, nausea, rashes and headaches.
While We're Talking About Rashes: The Seattle-King County Health Department says a woman who was visiting from British Columbia has measles and visited the Seattle Aquarium April 3 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. People who were at the aquarium at that time and who develop a rash should see a doctor.
Hate Cilantro? Do you want to “pick it out and throw it on the floor” like Julia Child? Would you compare the aroma of cilantro to the smell of bug-infested bedclothes? Find out the scientific explanation to cilantrophobia here.
Reunited, And it Feels So Good: Nearly four months after announcing that Soundgarden would be reuniting after more than a decade-long hiatus, the band surprised their hometown of Seattle with a secret show last night.
The Relationship, Not the Institution: Researchers weigh in on the the relationship between marriage and health here.
Apple Wants To Own You: Welcome to the iPad's "totally insane velvet prison."
Homeward Bound: A tabby cat named Charles traveled the 1,300 miles from his New Mexico home to Chicago, and no one knows how.
Big Brother: For decades, shoppers have taken advantage of coupons. Now, the coupons are taking advantage of the shoppers. A creepy new breed of coupon, printed from the Internet or sent to mobile phones, is packed with information about the customer who uses it.