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posted by May 2 at 8:03 AMon
“Scandalous Daylight Robbery”: It’s runoff time in Zimbabwe after opposition candidate Morgan Tsvangirai “failed” to receive a majority of votes.
Silver Lining: The economy lost some 20,000 jobs in April. The good news? Analysts expected the number to be closer to 85,000.
The Long, Dry Summer: California may face strict water rationing this summer.
“These People are Shit”: The Clinton campaign can’t be happy about this old video that somehow—mysteriously—just hit YouTube (and Drudge):
Meanwhile: Polls seem to be turning in Clinton’s favor, but Obama keeps adding superdelegates.
The Long, Wealthy Summer: University of Washington President Mark Emmert makes an extra $340,000 a year moonlighting for various Fortune 500 companies.
Time to Get Serious: Microsoft’s bid for Yahoo! may soon turn hostile.
Jailhouse Talk: Seattle is exploring possible locations for a new jail.
The Annual March: Crowds for the May Day rally smaller than previous years.
A Fungus Among Us: Washington’s frogs and salamanders are threatened by a chytrids fungus.
Creepy Kids’ Show of the Day: