In Case You Missed It: 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' is dead.

The Battle Over Net Neutrality: U.K. mulls an "opt in" arrangement for web porn, while U.S. authorities are "addressing concerns about wireless carriers, limiting Internet toll lanes and adding protections for a new online pricing model."

"We Have the Votes": New York Democrat Charles Schumer tells ABC News that they have the votes to pass health bill for 9/11 first responders.

Scotland Yard Rounds Up Terror Suspects: "The BBC said the 12 men arrested on Monday were involved in a plot to bomb unspecified targets in Britain, inspired by Al Qaeda."

Meanwhile in Israel: U.S. tourist murdered near Jerusalem.

Dear God, Please Let This Girl Have Just Hitchhiked to Canada: Everett teen goes missing after testifying against her former pimp.

Intrigue in Woodinville: Feds arrest man accused of 'essentially spying' for the Chinese government.

A High-Tech Terrorist: How Joe Biden described Julian Assange.

And Don't Touch Yourselves When You Do It!: Pope urges Church to reflect upon sexual abuse.

The New Teabagger Dream: A constitutional amendment that would allow a vote of the states to overturn any act of Congress.

You Look Familiar: Face transplant patient meets donor's family.

Finally, here's this: