Following President Obama's Request for an "Emergency Stay" on the Ruling Overturning 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell': "Federal Appeals Court Reinstates 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' Gay Military Service Members Must Again Hide Sexual Orientation."
Speaking of Which: Obama's in town today to stump for Patty Murray at a rally the University of Washington's Hec Edmundson Pavilion, and if you're pissed about his broken promises on DADT, join today's protest happening from 10 AM to 12:30 PM in the plaza just outside the the University of Washington's Hec Edmundson Pavilion.
Virtually Creepy: "A Washington woman is in federal custody on allegations that she taped herself having sex with a teen she met playing World of Warcraft," reports Seattlepi.com.
NPR News Analyst Juan Williams: Fired after expressing his fear of Muslims on FOX News.
They're Having a Rough Century, They Deserve It: Mexican authorities flare up 134 tons of marijuana.
Note to Self: Don't Tweet Court Dates: Jet Blue freakout king Steven Slater spends day in court, returns to burgled home.
Everything Old Is New Again: 10 infants dead in California whooping cough outbreak.
While We're on the Topic of Death: RIP Penthouse founder Bob Guccione.
Today in Teenage Dangers: Texting parties.
Straight From the Heavy Horse's Mouth: "The tricks and trials of traveling while fat."
And finally, happy birthday to Charlotte Caffey, guitarist, keyboardist, and primary songwriter for the Go-Go's, who was born on this day in 1953. Here's one of Caffey's best Go-Go's compositions, reportedly written about her former boyfriend, Dodgers pitcher Bob Welch. The video features a young Rob Lowe, and all five Go-Go's members dressed in drag (including ass-kicking drummer/dyke Gina Schock all dolled up.)