• The good news: there's a female marathon runner in Philly who helped the homeless by starting a running club with them. She seems nice. They also have a job training program. [CNN]
  • Onto the bad news! There's yet another female KBR contractor coming forward to say that she was raped in Iraq. Same old story, really: a violent gang-rape followed by intimidation, the run-around, no consequences for the perpetrators and a non-disclosure agreement she was basically forced to sign to get anyone to investigate anything. [The Nation]
  • Oh, and in case you weren't pissed off enough, a public health database funded by the federal government has decided to make it all-but impossible for the average library user to find information about abortion. [Women's Health News]
  • Katie Couric hosting a Presidential debate? Do. Not. Want. [WaPo]
  • Speaking of that oh-so-uncontroversial race for the Democratic nomination, March fundraising numbers are out today. Obama bested Clinton 2-to-1 in dollar terms, and about half of his donors were newbies. [Fox News]
  • John Edwards has put his well-shod foot down and refused to be the Veep candidate this time. Oh, Angry Johnny, there are definitely a couple of Jezebels in hell now. [WaPo]
  • The other pissed-off Johnny though isn't scared of nuthin', and he'll be damned if any earpieces are going to follow him around any sooner than they have to. Of course, if we're taking bets about whose nutcases are more likely to shoot which candidate, McCain doesn't top that poll either. [WaPo]
  • Oh, but the men with guns? Yeah, they're on the streets in Zimbabwe tonight. So much for a peaceful transition! [CNN]
  • And you probably don't want to get on a plane any time soon, but you already knew that. Guess we spent so much time messing around with shoe bombers that we forget that airplanes can actually crash on their own. Whoops.