The Lookout

FINAL LOOK: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange goes into hiding

The Lookout

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

• NASA announced that the space shuttle Discovery's final voyage will commence on Dec. 3rd. (Space.com)

• WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is in hiding in the U.K. as Swedish authorities prepare to issue a warrant for his arrest. (Telegraph)

• MySpace is adhering to the old saying "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" by integrating with Facebook. (BBC)

• A bone found in an Aruba swamp has been confirmed to be that of a young woman, raising some hope that the Natalee Holloway case may be getting closer to resolution. (NY Post)

• The boycott of Arizona inspired by its controversial immigration law has cost the state $141 million. (AP)

• The move by Republicans in Congress to try to defund NPR of the federal money it receives has failed. (HuffPo)

• Everything wrong with Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins, laid out perfectly for the team's "cranky" fans. (Washington City Paper)

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