Maybe we're running out? The number of immigrants deported from the Pacific Northwest dropped 11 percent in 2012 over the year before. Nationally, deportations were up 3 percent.
Well, that's something Mitt Romney and voters had in common. Mitt Romney's son, Tagg, says that's okay, his father didn't really want to be president anyway: "He wanted to be president less than anyone I’ve met in my life."
Somebody needs to reread Doctrine and Covenants 89:5. US Senator Michael Crapo (R-Idaho) was arrested and charged with driving under the influence early Sunday morning, after running a red light in Alexandria, Virginia. Senator Crapo reportedly registered a blood alcohol level of 0.11 percent—more than a third above the .08 percent Virginia state limit, and 100 percent above the limit set by the Mormon Church in which Senator Crapo is a bishop.
A huge step forwarded for women's rights in Afghanistan: A US military advisor is dead after being shot by an Afghan policewoman in Kabul. It is believed to be the first such "insider attack" committed by a female member of Afghanistan's security services.
If only we were all armed with guns, this tragedy could have been averted. A 24-year-old Auburn man was taken into custody after allegedly stabbing a childhood friend to death during an argument.
If only we were all armed with guns, this tragedy could have been averted. Tacoma police shot and killed a 22-year-old woman who allegedly pointed a gun at them. Police had been called to the house by the woman's mother because she thought her daughter had killed herself.
If only we were all armed with guns, this tragedy could have been averted. At least two firefighters have been killed and two others wounded, after being shot at the scene of a fire in upstate New York.