"The FBI secretly sought information last year on 3,501 U.S. citizens and legal residents from their banks and credit card, telephone and Internet companies without a court's approval, the Justice Department said Friday. "
Um, ew. "At least a dozen people who had routine operations claim they caught deadly viruses and other germs from body parts stolen from corpses."
I totally don't get the controversy of a Spanish version of our national anthem.
* April was a bad month for our troops in Iraq.
* Dan Froomkin covers Rove's latest testimony and other hot topics.
* Guess who's cashing in on the new Medicare changes? (HINT: it's not consumers.)
* Whoops! The former head of the FDA is under criminal investigation. And it all came out because of the morning-after pill controversy.
* Ten states sue the EPA for refusing to regulate carbon dioxide emissions.
* A new controversy involving Maryland's power companies, a lobbyist, and an appointed official?
* Heh. PG County isn't happy with that TV show Commander in Chief.
* Homeless and blogging.
The Post reviews Flanagan's Harp & Fiddle, which I totally want to hit now.
Hollywood surprised by the number of female horror fans.
Ten things we did not, in fact, know, this time last week.