Signs of a Cover-Up: An investigation into killings in a Haitian prison indicates that Haitian authorities shot unarmed prisoners, sought to cover it up, and dumped bodies in an unmarked grave.

More Than Pilot Error? The Air India flight that crashed yesterday morning after landing in southern India, killing 158 people, is raising questions about India's aviation industry.

The Real School Nurse: A nurse has been charged with selling illegal mushrooms across the street from Gresham High School in the Portland area.

Hustlin' Ain't Easy: The annual Afghan opium harvest finished this month with production sharply down from last year; growers and smugglers face tough choices created by the poor crop.

D.C. Teens Do it Bigger: Officials are stocking up on supersize Magnum Trojan condoms for free distribution after complaints from high school students that condoms are too small; they also said they need greater access because asking for them from the school nurse is "just like asking grandma or auntie."

Man Found Dead Near Seattle: A man was found dead in the middle of Renton Avenue South yesterday in an apparent hit-and-run in Skyway, south of Seattle; the man has not been identified by authorities.

Another Man Found Dead Near Seattle: The Auburn Police Department is investigating the suspicious death of a 41-year-old man whose body was found yesterday inside a residence in the 100 block of D Street Northwest, after being spotted through a window by neighbors.

Still Illegal? Several reports suggest that the gay couple in Malawi who were tragically sentenced to 14 years in prison for holding an engagement party actually identify as a man and a transgender woman.

Enabler! Following up on last week's Slog post: Dina Lohan admitted to sources that even though Lindsay had her new passport, she was told not to return home from Cannes until her arrest warrant was annulled.

Censored in Canada? A group called Queers Against Israeli Apartheid will not be allowed to march in Toronto's annual gay pride parade under their currant name because some accuse the group of sparking anti-Semitic and anti-Israel sentiments; the group calls this censorship.

Beiber Fever: Watch the world's youngest Justin Beiber fan here to start your morning out all mushy-hearted.