34 Hours to Seattle-Area Grocery Worker Strike: To avoid crossing picket lines, check out this map of alternatives to the big stores.
Suicide Bomb Attack in Somalia: The attack on a restaurant killed at least 13 people, and militant group Al-Shabaab is claiming responsibility.
Meanwhile in Libya: Militia leaders are being assassinated, the Prime Minister's been abducted, and the country could be sliding towards civil war.
What's Hurting Washington's Oyster Harvest? Al Jazeera America reports.
Petraeus Given Harvard Post: Here's hoping he gets the same welcome there as he did at CUNY, but somehow I'm doubtful.
Beyond Malala: The Guardian profiles six other teenage activists fighting for human rights around the world.
Who Needs Public Schools Anyway: Here are the ten organizations planning to open charter schools in Washington.
Possible Record Penalty for JP Morgan: The bank will reportedly pay a $13 billion fine, the largest ever for a US company, and still be criminally liable for its dodgy mortgage practices.
Drug War Circus: In Mexico, assassins disguised as clowns at a birthday party shot dead a well-known drug dealer.
2 BART Workers Killed In Accident Amid Strike: Also, one high-level Twitter employee is a jackass.
Today in the Surveillance State: Edward Snowden says he never lost any secret files, the NSA has been "systematically" eavesdropping on the Mexican government for years (including hacking the President's email), and the Obama administration doesn't want the Supreme Court to consider a challenge to its spy powers.
Jesus walks! Walked, I mean. Down a Key Arena stage last night:
You bested me, Ansel !
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