In Case You Missed It: Obama caves, Rasmussen steps up.

In Custody: Wikileaks' Julian Assange arrested in Britain on suspicion of sex crimes.

On Trial: Five anti-nuclear weapon protesters who cut through a fence at the Navy's Trident submarine base at Bangor. (As the AP reports, "They are 82-year-old Catholic priest Bill Bichsel of Tacoma, 84-year-old nun Anne Montgomery of New York, 66-year-old Susan Crane of Baltimore, 61-year-old Lynne Greenwald of Tacoma, and 61-year-old Stephen Kelly of Oakland, Calif.")

Maurice Clemmons' Helpers: Three found guilty, one found not guilty.

Deer Attack: 6-point buck, two does clobber barking dog in Oregon.

The Obesity Epidemic Reaches the Sea: Man catches 405-pound tuna.

Meanwhile in Sheboygan: A woman is accused of biting off her husband's tongue as he was giving her a good night kiss. (Police say the man in his late 70s called authorities about 11 p.m. last night, but was having trouble speaking.)

Finally, a historical commemoration: On this day in 1963, Jeanne-Paule Marie Deckers, better known as Sœur Sourire/the Singing Nun, started a four-week run at #1 on the U.S. singles chart with "Dominique," and went on to live the most high-drama nun's life ever. From Wikipedia:

Her musical career over, Deckers opened a school for autistic children in Belgium. In the late 1970s, the Belgian government claimed that she owed approximately $63,000 USD in back taxes. Deckers countered that the royalties from ["Dominique"] were given to the convent and therefore she was not liable for payment of any personal income taxes. Lacking any receipts to prove her donations to the convent and her religious order, Deckers ran into heavy financial problems. In 1982, she tried, once again as Sœur Sourire, to score a hit with a disco synthesizer version of "Dominique", but this last attempt to resume her singing career failed. Citing their financial difficulties in a note, she and her companion of ten years, Anna Pécher, both committed suicide by an overdose of barbiturates and alcohol on 29 March 1985. She was 51.

Here's the disco "Dominique".