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posted by October 28 at 8:28 AMon
Delusional Asswipe: Joe the unlicensed, tax-evading plumber considers run for Congress.
One More Seat for the Dems: Convicted of seven felonies for ethics violations, Alaska Senator Ted Stevens vows to pursue his “rights” and continue running for reelection.
Sparked: Marion Apartments fire was set deliberately. Fire came from the first floor—where the only resident lived.
Squeaky Wheels: Boeing machinists reach tentative deal for 15-percent pay raise to end 53-day strike.
Circle Game: Some macho, overpaid coach leaves the UW in disgrace, to be replaced by another macho, overpaid coach who will also leave in disgrace.
Because Nothing Is More Threatening Than Villagers: US says air attack on Syrian village—killing civilians and a family—was intended “to clean up the global threat.”
Herbal Remedy: Canadian court opens up medical marijuana market to private producers.
Justice Is Blood: Amanda Knox verdict expected today.
Homes Cool: US home prices take record dive—16.6 percent from last year.
Crazy Fucker: Man playing dead on University Bridge tries to rape Good Samaritan.
When the woman approached, he “sprang up violently and attacked her, at one point pinning her to the roadway beside her car,” according to court documents. Police say he threatened to kill the woman.
A man driving by told officers he saw the woman pinned with the man against her chest, his pants down. The attacker had a knife in his right front coat pocket, according to police.
It Had to Be Someone Else: Parents plead not guilty—saying they weren’t the ones who locked up their 14-year-old daughter and starved her until she was only 48 pounds.
Tube of Terror: Halloween week of freaky television themes rolls on with Punky Brewster.