First, The Good News: The American economy is gathering steam, adding the largest number of jobs last month in four years.
Profile of a Terrorist: Listen to the emerging portrait of Faisal Shahzad, the man who has allegedly admitted his involvement in the botched car-bomb plot in Times Square, and the evolution of terror tactics and America's ability to respond, here.
Charged: A felon has been charged with vehicular homicide after he backed over a 91-year-old Seattle woman on Monday.
Loaded and Ready: Pakistan has test-fired two ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads and declared themselves "fully capable of safeguarding Pakistan's security against all kinds of aggression."
Local Woman Missing: Bellevue Police are looking for a missing 47-year-old woman who has a medical condition that requires daily medication; she has been missing since Thursday.
We All Were Sure We Were Going to Die: The workers on the doomed Deepwater Horizon oil rig— "one of the most sophisticated drilling rigs on the planet"— recall the night of the disaster.
The Gulf Oil Spill Needs Your Hair! Donations of hair, wigs, fur and even nylon stockings are being asked for to absorb the oil in make-shift hair booms and hair mats.
Thank a Social Worker Today: A 17-year-old with a grudge against his former Long Island high school planned with his girlfriend to buy shotguns, enter his old school and indiscriminately shoot down students and teachers, but was thwarted by his social worker.
Lord Jesus Christ, Watch Out! 20-year-old woman has been cited for running down a man named Lord Jesus Christ as he crossed a street in Northampton on Tuesday.
Twilight Mania Reaches a New Level: The most popular baby names in the U.S. right now are Isabella and Jacob, with Edward as the fastest-rising name.