Guns Don't Kill Three People: Marine on Virginia base shoots two other marines, then himself. In the sage words of Dave Schmader, "When planning a murder-suicide, please do the suicide part first."
Suspect in CO Case: A man shot in Texas may be the same man who shot and murdered a Colorado prison official. The AP reported that it may be Evan Spencer Ebel, "a member of a white supremacist prison gang."
A 61-year-old French man has been arrested at Philadelphia International Airport and charged with impersonating a pilot after airline officials found him in the cockpit of a plane scheduled for takeoff. Police say Philippe Jernnard of La Rochelle, France, was wearing a white shirt with an Air France logo and had a black jacket with epaulets on the shoulders.
Because the Constitution Clearly Says You Are Entitled to Murder Several People at Once: Gun advocates sue in federal court to nullify New York's recently passed restrictions on high capacity magazines and assault weapons. They say the law violates Second and 14th Amendment rights.
Religion, Jesus Christ: More than 20 dead and five mosques torched in clashes between Buddhists and Muslims in Myanmar.
Saturday Evening Post: "Congress foiled the financially beleaguered U.S. Postal Service's plan to end Saturday delivery of first-class mail when it passed legislation on Thursday requiring six-day delivery."
Microsoft: Released data on 1,500 customers—users of Xbox, Outlook, Hotmail, Skype and other services—last year to law enforcement. "Nearly all" were in response to "lawful warrants." (UPDATE 12:25 PM: Microsoft wants to clarify that in all of the cases it provided customer information in response to subpoenas or in circumstances where they were legally compelled to by the government.)