You're Tired of Hearing About the Sequester: But now the cuts are super official! Some of the first people affected will be 11,000 civilian employees at Fort Lewis near Tacoma.

Can't Beat City Hall: Unless you're the Yellow Pages. Seattle has so far racked up a $782,000 tab in its losing suit against the publisher of those massive yellow relics of the pre-Google era.

Tunisian Harlem Shakers Unshaken: Tunisia's hardline Salafists donned military gear and allegedly threatened a group of Harlem Shakers with a Molotov cocktail. Fear not North African YouTubers, the Tunisian Harlem Shake fans were able to force the Salafists out of the room and finish their dance unmolested.

Basketball!: Sacramento is still making a valiant effort to keep the Kings in their city. Stay tuned this April to find out if the Sonics will really be coming back to Seattle.

More Basketball!: Dennis Rodman found a new "friend for life" after bonding with North Korea's Kim Jong-Un during a Harlem Globetrotter's game.

More Awful News in South Africa: South Africa is facing another brutal murder trial. This time, the suspect is the South African police not a legless track star.

He's White and He's Proud: At least that's what South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn said about Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who made the news this week for his views on "racial entitlements."

Bradley Manning Could Face Life Without Parole: His alleged crimes include "aiding the enemy, violating the Espionage Act and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, larceny and the improper use of government information systems." Meanwhile, sources say large banks may still be too big to prosecute.

In Lighter News: It took the Seattle Police Department three hours to get a naked guy out of a tree in Magnolia.