TCTI: Too Crazy To Ignore
Dave Ross

Tweeting Cuba into submission

The White House has confirmed an Associated Press investigation which found that the United State financed a Twitter service for Cuban cell phones between 2009 and 2012 - for the purpose of eventually giving young Cubans a way to communicate freely and maybe even form flash mobs to start an anti-Communist Cuban Spring.

Only one slide warning issued in Oso; county considered buying out homes on Steelhead Drive

It turns out Snohomish County officials were very worried that Steelhead Haven, the neighborhood that now lies buried under as much as 70 feet of mud, was too dangerous for homes.

Bring back the briefcases

The Supreme Court has issued its ruling on the case of an Alabama Businessman named Shaun McCutcheon, who wanted to contribute to a lot of congressional candidates but ran afoul of the aggregate contribution rule.

GM accused of criminal cover-up, but government might be to blame too

It was a rough day for the new head of GM Mary Barra. She faced members of a Senate subcommittee defective ignition switch that's blamed for 13 deaths.

Landslide, mudflow? Realities of what your homeowners insurance does, doesn't cover

Losing a loved one is bad enough, but soon the survivors of the Oso mudslide will have to deal with the prospect of rebuilding their lives, and the realities of what insurance does and does not cover.

Now we can get the real Obamacare story

In the Rose Garden the President fired off this question at his critics, "Why are folks working so hard for people not to have health insurance?"

Prepare for gloom, followed immediately by doom

"The evidence for human-caused climate change is overwhelming," said Britain's chief scientist as the United Nations issued its latest report on climate change.

Today's the last chance this year to sign up for Obamacare - if we can still call it that

No such thing as Obamacare? It sounded a little like Vladimir Putin saying, 'Russian troops? What Russian troops?'

Professor: Stop development in slide-susceptible areas

We've all known that Washington has its share of landslides. Now, we know how deadly a big one can be. So are we going to do anything before the next one?

Logging near Oso investigated as possible factor in deadly mudslide

Did logging near the community of Oso have anything to do with Saturday's landslide?

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