Rodney King Dies: The victim of the most famous case of police brutality in US history was found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool this morning.
Greece Votes to Determine Fate of Universe: The second attempt at elections in six weeks will determine whether Greece accepts more bailout money or, possibly, leaves the eurozone.
Fake Cop Sexually Assaults Woman in North Seattle: Police are searching for a man who pretended to be a cop and then sexually assaulted a woman on 93rd Street last night.
Radiohead Stage Collapse Kills One: The Radiohead show in Toronto was cancelled last night after a stage collapse killed one crew member and injured three others.
Today in Questionable Decisions: Triple-murder and armed robbery suspect Travis Baumgartner was arrested at the Lynden, Washington border crossing yesterday after he tried to cross the border without a passport and with more than $300,000 in cash in the car.
And Now, in Questionable Adaptations: Ryan Seacrest and CBS are teaming up to turn the iPhone and Android game Draw Something into a TV show.
New Saudi Heir Is Way More Progressive Than the Last: After the heir to the throne in Saudi Arabia died yesterday, Prince Salman is next in line, and he seems like a pretty chill dude.
Boy, Did We Blow It: The Washington Post looks at Washington state as a cautionary tale of what happens when healthcare mandate laws get repealed: premiums rise and enrollment drops.
Delayed Gratification: Burmese social activist Aung San Suu Kyi finally accepted her Nobel peace prize yesterday, which she was awarded while she was under house arrest in 1991.
Time to Build that Rustic Cabin You've Always Dreamed Of: Nearly 25,000 acres of Cascades land are being auctioned next month, with prices starting at $150 an acre.
A Spaceship Memento Mori: NASA's training shuttle, which helped train every crew in the space shuttle program's 135 missions, is coming to the Museum of Flight this month.
And now, a delightful voicemail from moviegoer who was kicked out of an Austin theater for texting: