In Case You Missed It: State officials name tunnel builders, DADT repeal fails, and Seattle Center's getting a fancy ferris wheel.

Today in WikiLeaks: Assange's lawyers prepare for espionage indictment.

Obama's Tax Deal: While the president predicts success, major Dem donors vow to withhold funds.

Anarchy in the UK: Rioting students burn things, attack royals.

Meanwhile in Seattle: Pepper-spray bandits hit middle-school girl on Capitol Hill, female student in U District.

With Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo Still Imprisoned: Nobel Peace Prize goes to world's most peaceful armchair.

Climate Stalemate?: U.N. conference on climate change enters final day, deal-hobbling arguments remain.

Working on the Weekend: The State Legislature will convene tomorrow for a budget-cutting special session aimed at helping erase a $1.1 billion shortfall.

Get Ready for Rain: All weekend in the Pacific NW.

For God's Sake Be Careful: Authorities burn down explosives-packed California house.

A Father's Love: Columbia professor accused of three-year sexual relationship with daughter.

Finally, a remembrance of Otis Redding, who died in a plane crash on this day in 1967. Like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Kurt Cobain, Redding was 27 at the time of his death. Unlike the others, Redding didn't devote himself to chasing death with drugs and/or booze, and despite the wealth of great music he left behind, he was just getting started. He here is being typically awesome.