by Ansel Herz
on Sun, Sep 15, 2013 at 8:54 AM
R.I.P.: A Shoreline community college professor has died after a seemingly random stabbing by a 44-year-old man with "diminished mental capacity" in Pioneer Square, police say. Makes me think of this story by Cienna, which if you haven't read yet, you should.
R.I.P.: 28 people have been killed and hundreds wounded in a string of bombings in Iraq. Can anyone explain what exactly is driving the upsurge in violence in Iraq this year?
Petraeus Hounded at CUNY: Students are vowing to make the former general and CIA director's professorship at the New York college "a living hell." War criminals have no place on campus, they say.
Four More Years: That's how much longer Americans are living than they were two decades ago, according to a new study.
OPA, For Real This Time: The new director of Seattle Police's Office of Professional Accountabilty is trying to publicly demonstrate a degree of independence from the police force, in contrast to his feckless predecessor.
Today in Less Rape-y Culture: The student union at Edinburgh University has banned Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" chart-topper because it "promotes an unhealthy attitude towards sex and consent."
Baby Otters: Have come to Woodland Park Zoo to enthrall us with round faces, flappy feet, charming whiskers and itty-bitty paws.
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