Kim Jong-il On Display: The dictator's corpse is now ready for viewing.

What Does Kim Jong-il's Death Mean? It means we have no idea what's going on in North Korea.

Monopoly Pieces: Phew! The federal government actually did its job, blocking the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile.

Everyday Criminals: A new study shows that by the time we reach 23, nearly a third of Americans have been arrested.

Speaking of Doin' Some Crimes: It appears marijuana is growing in popularity among the youths. Is this better than teen drinking?

Against All Taxes. Except... House Republicans are determined to block extension of the federal payroll tax holiday.

Bradley Manning Chatted With Julian Assange: The alleged WikiLeaks leaker is on the fifth day of his trial.

Learning from Mistakes: A Shell drilling platform spilled 13,000 gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, right near the Deepwater Horizon site.

Horserace: Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney are in a dead heat.

Today in Terrifying Health Scares: Rupturing French breast implants.

What We Googled: Ugh, what a depressing year for "fastest rising search terms." Here's a snapshot of the top 10:

And Here's What We Googled in Oregon: No one can remember that damn Oregonian URL. Also, searches for unemployment benefits are depressingly high.