He's Really Meta: John McCain is a social media "genius."

Who's Lincoln? When he wasn't ignoring Tea Party threats yesterday, Dino Rossi challenged Patty Murray to five "Lincoln-Douglas style" debates before the general election.

You First: "Great Americans give up their rights to help those they share nothing else with but a love of this country," a Fox News host and legal analyst (they have those?) told Muslims his fellow Americans.

At Least Judges Like Rights: A King County Judge denied a subpoena for Seattle Times reporter Jonathan Martin's notes from two interviews with alleged police murderer Christopher Monfort.

There Are No Words Just Sadness: A 10-year-old and his 12- and 14-year-old half-brothers were charged with attempted first-degree robbery for allegedly trying to steal a 17-year-old's handgun out of his backpack while on a Metro bus in Rainier Beach.

More, Different Sadness: The White House is hitting back on Muslim rumors, trumpeting the president's Christian faith.

Now Will He Go Away: Wyclef Jean will not be Haiti's next president.

About Time: Class-action lawsuit will be filed against for-profit Westwood College for fraud.

Wait, For Real? Searches with "Cameron Diaz" are most likely to give you malware.

Conspiracy Theories: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange accused by Swedish authorities of molestation and rape in two cases. Meanwhile, Assange took to Twitter, calling the accusations a "dirty trick." Update: and now the charges are "unfounded," withdrawn.

Cool? Forensics expert and Columbia University professor ranks badness of murderers on a "Gradations of Evil" scale using famous 20th century murderers.