A Long, Rocky Road With 39 Months to Go, from The New York Times.
The Brontosaurus: Monty Python's flying creationism, from Slate.
When Good Strips Go Bad, Doonesbury strips from Slate. "Harriet, we hardly knew ye. The following week of strips on the planned confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers were intended for publication beginning Monday, October 31st."
Flemish wife calls Walloon spouse "lazy," arrested, from Reuters courtesy of Josh.
Comparing Extremists: On the question of who's more out of the mainstream, the conventional wisdom is dead wrong, from The American Prospect, courtesy of Rachel.
Grim milestone for U.S. military in Iraq, from The Boston Globe, courtesy of Mark A.
Iraqi death toll much higher than U.S., from The Boston Globe, courtesy of Mark A.
McDonald's to Add Facts on Nutrition to Packaging, from The New York Times.
Cheap: It's Chic, but Is It Good?, from The New York Times.
He's Having a Baby: And needs a stroller pronto, from Slate.
My Big Fat 80's Bar Mitzvah, from The New York Times, courtesy of Rachel.
Protecting the Presidential Seal. No Joke, from The New York Times, courtesy of Rachel.
Prez Iraq team fought to squelch war critics, from the New York Daily News, courtesy of Josh.
Silent Night? Holy Crap! Tom and Katie's scary Scientology birth plan, from Slate, courtesy of Alison.
Item: Sisters Think Parents Did O.K., from The New York Times, courtesy of Robin and Rachel.
Meet the Life Hackers, from The New York Times, courtesy of Rachel.
Doomsday: The Latest Word if Not the Last, from The New York Times, courtesy of Mark A.
Chewie to Become U.S. Citizen, from Cinescape News, courtesy of Rachel.
Britain's Secret Service Indeed! Spy on It on Its Web site, from The New York Times, courtesy of Brad.
Don't Look Now... Here comes inflation, from Slate.
Kid Power: Let's use it to fight the flu, from Slate.
No Gifts, from Bobke Strut.
How Are Nobel Prizes Awarded?, from Slate.
Weaving Yarns In Cyberspace, from CBS News.
An Open Letter to Assos, from Fat Cyclist.
Lance Armstrong's Endurance Tested By Sheryl Crow Concert, from The Onion.
How I Made a Carbon Fiber Bike in My Garage, by Damon Rinard.
God told me to invade Iraq, Bush tells Palestinian ministers, from the BBC, courtesy of Josh.
Author Nathaniel Fick: One Bullet Away, from WBUR's Here and Now.
Best Show on Earth, from Dooce.
Weeks Later, Most Storm Victims Lie Unnamed, from The New York Times.
Eminent Domain Revisited: A Minnesota Case, from The New York Times.
Slowing Is Seen in Housing Prices in Hot Markets, from The New York Times.
How to Succeed in Cyclocross Without Really Trying, from Kerry Litka's web diary.
Worth linking to again: Stuff on My Cat.
Abortion Might Outgrow Its Need for Roe v. Wade, from The New York Times.
Reimbursement Program for Troops Stalls, from The New York Times.
A Scholar Tackles the Wash, from The New York Times.
Are McMansions Going Out of Style?, from The New York Times.
Smooth Ride, from the MIT Media Lab, courtesy of Tad. "The colored-on map below represents the bumpiness of the streets of Cambridge."