Back to work in Egypt: While the military disbands parliament, suspends Egypt's constitution, plans to amend it, and schedules elections within the next six months, Egyptians are returning to work, repainting street corners, and removing barricades.
It's all about me. I mean you. (I mean me.) The White House wonders who they talk to now that Mubarak is out.
This is only going to hurt a little: While the Republican House plots to
kill NPR once and for all cut funding for public radio and television, Obama proposes major cuts to domestic programs, like water treatment, forestry, public health, and assistance to low-income families.
Too soon? During a closed-door meeting, Senate Democrats discussed Gabby Giffords as a possible replacement for retiring Republican Senator Jon Kyl.
Cry me a river: Tea partiers in D.C. feel like no one likes them, walk dogs.
The good news is that no one was hurt: Catalyzed by high winds, a fire destroyed 20 homes and prompted evacuations last night in the town of White Swan on the Yakama Indian Reservation. No injuries have been reported and according to the Yakima Herald, the fire is "at least 25 percent contained."
The good news is that no one was killed: 25 people were injured when a cab ran into them on the sidewalk outside a nightclub in San Diego.
Well, call me Ishmael! Divers have located the wreck of the Two Brothers, a ship that sank 600 miles off of Honolulu and inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick.
You shouldn't have: For Valentine's Day, the Bronx Zoo is letting people name Madagascar hissing cockroaches.
And finally, for no reason, here is a cat with impeccable table manners: