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posted by October 27 at 8:11 AMon
Purged: Fifty-thousand Georgia voters flagged for removal from voter rolls due to computer error.
Burned: One dead after fire ravages a four-story apartment building on Capitol Hill. A neighborhood activist had recently delayed plans for a new building on the site by appealing the permit to the city.
Found: Body of a black boy, possibly Jennifer Hudson’s missing nephew, found in SUV on Chicago’s West Side this morning.
Senior Moments: Long hours lead to McCain fumbles on the campaign trail.
October Surprise: Gas prices take record drop before record election.
November Prediction: Over 20 percent of voters says race is a factor in their vote.
Fatal Error: US agents kill eight civilians in Syria, including a family of five. Pentagon claims US was after “foreign fighters.”
Abort, Retry, Fail: Microsoft discovers cloud computing—using lots of small computers collectively—like Google has been doing for years.
Clinging to Guns and Textbooks: Two shot dead at University of Central Arkansas.
Insignificant: Home sales up in short-term—still in the toilet in the long-term.
Mile High Point: Obama draws over 100,000 to rally in Denver.
Turtle Power: City council braces for theatrics at tonight’s public budget hearing.
Plane Jane: US replacing air strikes by commandos with aerial drones inside Pakistan. But the US says drones unable to weaken Al Qaeda.
No Wuss in Boots: More reasons to vote for the Democrat for Lands Commissioner.
Burb Bucks: Bellevue considers a $40 million parks levy. The biggest portion, $10 million, would buy lakefront property.
Shaved by the Bell: Facing a $24 million shortfall, Seattle school superintendent wants to close more schools by September.
Tube of Terror: Slog’s Halloween week of terrifying television-show intros begins with All Creatures Great and Small: