CVS To Stop Selling Tobacco Products: The decision will cost them over $2 billion in annual revenue, but CEO Larry Merlo thinks "[T]obacco products have no place in a setting where healthcare is delivered."

Boeing Throwing a Party To Thank Lawmakers For Tax Breaks: Bring your bathing suits, legislators—everyone gets to do a lap in Scrooge McDuck's gold vault this time!

Four Arrested in Connection to Drugs Found at Hoffman's Home: The actor died of an apparent heroin overdose on Sunday, and police were able to trace the drugs to what they believe is the source.

This Is Just a Saga Now: Journalists at Sochi are tweeting their disgusting, dangerous hotel conditions.

I'm Obsessed With This Dude: It turns out he ate birds and turtles.

The Hills Are Alive With the Sound of 12th Man: Get your Thundershirts ready—everyone will be screaming their heads of today in a governor sanctioned moment of loudness.

We Could Have Had Much Cooler Birds: But there was an animal Pompeii 120 million years ago.

Sno—oh no!—mish Part 1: Police are looking for a man they say assaulted an 11-year old girl in Fred Meyer last week.

Sno—oh no!—mish Part 2: There's a city ordinance banning social card games so granny and gramps can't gamble anymore. Fucking BOO!

We Sang a Fun Song At a Church: Pussy Riot was on the Colbert Report last night with their charming, funny selves.

Ludwig van Nope: Japan has had a modern day Beethoven for the past two decades, but it turns out he's a fraud.

Clay Aiken Running for Congress: There's really nowhere else to go after you put on the technicolor dreamcoat.

Woah Woah Woah, Yeah Yeah Yeah: There's a guy singing along to Bruno Mars' "Locked Out of Heaven" in the alley next to my apartment right now. He's pretty good! Thanks for the news soundtrack, Seattle.