The FDA says Mefloquine -- an anti-malarial drug used for years by U.S. troops -- can cause serious neurological side effects. Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the Army soldier accused of murdering 16 Afghan civilians, took Mefloquine during his tours in Iraq. John Henry Browne, the lawyer representing Bales, calls the news "an interesting development." // The AP reports at least 10 suspected Nazi war criminals were ordered deported but never left the country. Four are still alive today. No other country will them. // The Seattle City Council voted down a bill that would've created a set of rules and regulations for homeless tent encampments. It would've also opened more areas of the city to homeless camps. Although the legislation failed, churches and other faith organizations can still host encampments. Dave says the fundamental problem is the high cost of housing. // New York's ban on gigantic soda cups appears to be officially dead. A state appeals court in New York upheld an earlier ruling that struck down Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial ban.