The Streets of Egypt: Supporters and opponents of the country's president have filled the streets. A protest group has promised "civil disobedience" should he not leave power.
That Protest Isn't Safe for Women: "A Dutch journalist has been raped by a group of five men in Cairo's central Tahrir Square... Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment said it had recorded 44 cases of sexual assaults and harassment against women on Sunday night alone, the highest number it had encountered since the group was formed in November 2012."
Snowden's Safe in Russia: Vladimir Putin says he won't send Edward Snowden back to the US so long as he stops leaking America's secrets, but Snowden's said he has no plan to quit doing so.
Crash Landing: A Russian rocket crashed shortly after lift-off—there were no reports of casualties, unless you count the $200 million worth of satellites the rocket was carrying.
Oh, CNN: The "news" station allegedly broadcasted George Zimmerman's personal information, including his driver's license and Social Security numbers.
Nelson Mandela Update: He's in "critical but stable" condition.
Fort Hood Shooting Trial Update: "The U.S. Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009 is expected to enter a formal plea on the charges Tuesday in the last scheduled hearing before jury selection begins in his military trial."
Call Your Mom: A new law in China is requiring adult children to visit their elderly parents.
Record Breaking Heat: It hit 89 degrees yesterday, making for the hottest July 1st Seattle's ever had.
Today's the Day: Will Seattle get an NHL team? Fingers crossed for luck!