What's your favorite Woody Allen movie? No, really. Read this. Then ask that question again.

Suspect Arrested in Neighbours Arson Case: The man in question was picked up by police en route to Sea-Tac airport and could make a court appearance as soon as Monday.

Bloomberg News—Yes, Bloomberg—on the State Department's Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Approval: "You can almost hear a State Department bureaucrat telling her colleagues: We’ll bury this thing late on Super Friday. By Monday everyone will be too busy tweeting Super Bowl ads and deconstructing Richard Sherman’s postgame rant to notice how compromised we look on this."

Dogecoin, Litecoin, Fedoracoin, Coinye, and Ethereum: Everything you wanted to know about "cryptocurrencies"—variations on Bitcoin.

The Charter Schools Are Coming to Washington: There are eight groups building them. The Associated Press details where and what kind of schools they'll be.

About the Central African Republic: A reporter breaks down the who, what, when, and why of the country's worsening civil conflict—what the United Nations calls the "seeds of genocide." Where are all the "humanitarian interventionists" who were calling for an attack on Syria now? Their silence is deafening.

A Military Junta Now Runs Egypt: And the state sponsored paeans to the virility and masculinity of the junta's head, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, are downright creepy.

I Thought Washington Was Better Than This: "Death row inmates in Washington have a choice between death by lethal injection or hanging. Oregon currently has a moratorium on executions."

Behind the Taiwanese News Animators: Those off-the-wall computer animations of cultural memes? Here's how they make them!

Go Hawks! Our crack sports writer David Goldstein has you covered for all your Super Bowl live-blogging needs.