Fired from Russia The Obama administration has releases images they say show Russia is firing rockets into Ukraine. The photos reportedly show blast marks from where the rockets were fired in Russian and craters where they hit on the Ukrainian side of the border.
Lopsided Bloodbath Continues in Gaza: More than 1,060 people have been killed in Palestine udring the clash that began with Israel on July 8. Most are civilians. Meanwhile, 46 have been killed in Israel, mostly Israeli soldiers.
Court Strikes Down Gun-Control Measure: A federal court in Washington, DC, says that city's ban on handguns outside the home is an unconstitutional infringement on the Second Amendment.
Boeing CEO Insults Everyone Who Works for Him: As the AP reports, "Boeing Co. CEO Jim McNerney apologized Friday for saying the aerospace giant's employees were 'cowering' during his tenure, a comment one union official called 'a new low' in the company's relationship with workers."
More Delays for Tunnel Project: It will take longer than expected to hoist parts of the broken tunnel-boring machine from under downtown fr repairs because workers having "difficulty digging a 120-foot deep retrieval shaft," the Seattle Times reports. As is typical for the controversial $4.2 billion project, the state hasn't specified details of the problem but insists these snags won't upset their most recent timeline (which is already one year behind a previous schedule).