The hunt is on for Edward Snowden. Russian officials say they would consider a request for asylum from Edward Snowden. // The University of Washington will soon require undergraduates to complete a diversity class before they can graduate. // The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a bill that would prohibit employers from asking about an applicant's criminal history until after an initial screening. We talk to Brian Robinson about how the changes might affect him. Robinson owns Jet City Property Management and was active in opposing the bill. // ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL
A confused contractor tore up a section of the running track at Federal Way's Sequoyah Middle School instead of nearby Saghalie Middle School before realizing his mistake. Starbucks has apologized for using "bathroom water" to make lattes in Hong Kong. And a banker in Germany reportedly fell asleep at his computer and accidentally transferred 222,222,222.22 euros into one lucky customer's account.