Friday, April 22, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Drones over Libya, torture in Spokane and BONUS LINK! torture your eyes at naked gym. It's Friday!

Posted on Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 7:11 AM

Libya chaos touches Palouse — Libyan students at WSU in tight spot as funding in doubt, worries about family back home. (SR)

Drones are NOT mission creep — U.S. Secretary of Defense Gates says armed drones are already patrolling Libya. Sen. McCain visits rebels in Benghazi. (NPR)

Man tortured before execution — Documents indicate a Cheney man found dead in the trunk of a burning car was likely tortured with a machete. (KXLY)

Drug charges dropped — WSU's DeAngelo Casto cleared of marijuana possession when judge supresses evidence; police coerced the former Cougar basketball player, had no warrant. (SR)

Getting buff, really buff — The Friday Special Bonus Link lets you —  yes, you! — watch that flab melt away via naked workouts. Um ... yeez, I think we're outta here. (BBC)

Military breakthrough: Women are not men — Military is redesigning uniforms and body armor to better fit female soldiers. (AP)

Hackers, hell! Defend Web against grannies — An old woman with a spade took entire countries offline, how can the Internet protect its wires? (BBC)

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