FINAL LOOK: Egyptian forces using American-made tear gas on demonstrators

Brett Michael Dykes
January 28, 2011

Here is our roster of stories that managed to evade the full-on blog treatment:

• Egyptian police are using American-made gases against demonstrators. (ABC)

• users may want to change their passwords after a flaw in the site's security was exposed. (Wired)

• The Philadelphia city council voted to not allow natural gas drilling within city limits. (Pro Publica)

• Taco Bell ran full-page ads in newspapers nationwide today to defend the quality of its food. (USA Today)

• Another WikiLeaks rival has launched a site allowing whistle-blowers to leak documents and other government secrets. (Washington Post)

• A Staten Island man is suing Facebook for kicking him off the site--a condition of exile he likens to living in a communist country. (NY Post)

• Dallas gentlemen's clubs are scrambling to hire a new contingent of strippers in order to meet the increased demand they anticipate over Super Bowl week. (Fox Sports)