Thursday, March 31, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Dude, the milk is fine

Posted By on Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 8:16 AM

Your milk moustache won't glow — When we write "extremely low levels of radiation found in Washington milk," it's understandable that you'd only see "radiation found in Washington milk" and completely freak out. Don't. There is absolutely no way this milk could be bad for your health, unless your roommate leaves it sitting out on the counter for three weeks and then you try to drink it. That's gross. (KREM)

Prison is a dangerous place — Airway Heights Corrections Center guards still want the sort of protections that could save their lives. They were promised them back in January. They're still waiting. (SR)

What makes a bombmaker tick? — KXLY filed a motion in court asking feds to unseal the information about Kevin Harpham, the alleged Martin Luther King Day bomb-maker.  (KXLY)

CIA classic — It's been a while since the CIA publicly flew over to other countries to help rebels in their attempt to overthrow their regime. But I bet it's just like riding a bike, and they picked it right back up no problem. (NYT)

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