Twenty: The number of mass shootings the US averages per year.
Twenty: The number of Aurora, CO residents who are murdered per year.
"Play dead": A witness in the theater recounts what she told others to keep them safe.
Christopher Nolan on the Shooting: "The movie theatre is my home, and the idea that someone would violate that innocent and hopeful place in such an unbearably savage way is devastating to me."
Falling Off Track: Shooting suspect James Holmes had gone from an honors college graduate, to promising grad student, to drop-out.
Now, in Faith-in-Humanity-Restoring News: Yang Yuanqing, CEO of PC company Lenovo, distributed a $3 million bonus among his 10,000 employees.
And Some More: After the president of Chick-fil-A revealed his deep homophobia this week, the mayor of Boston has vowed to block them from opening a restaurant in his city.
Science Rules, Music Rules: A new study has discovered that human drummers narrowly miss the beat according to a pattern—a fractal pattern, in fact.
How They Caught Him: A detailed account of how police tracked down the man now charged with killing Justin Ferrari.
Frat House Brawl: A group of intruders raided the Delta Upsilon fraternity at UW Wednesday this week, brandishing "bottles, pepper spray, a fire extinguisher and brass knuckles." Six bros were injured, and seven intruders arrested.
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis Were at Pike Place Yesterday Thursday: Here are some pics.
And now, courtesy of Will Ferrell's website Funny or Die, a new trailer for every 3D movie ever: