City Paper is not for tourists
* The Post has the roundup on yesterday’s arguments in front of the Supreme Court on District of Columbia v. Heller, the proposed D.C. handgun ban. Things are looking pretty good for guns. The Examiner‘s Harry Jaffe offers a D.C. resident’s perspective of the proceedings.
* In other gun news, the family of DeOnte Rawlings, the 14-year-old killed by police last September, are accusing Fenty and federal prosecutors of stalling their case:
Gregory L. Lattimer, the lawyer who filed a $100 million wrongful-death suit on behalf of DeOnte’s family, said federal prosecutors have no intention of charging the officers and are simply waiting for the public outcry to die down to announce their decision. [via The Examiner].
* Anti-war protestors will annoy you today if you want to be in any of these places [via DCist].
* In case you missed it: In March’s Atlantic Monthly Lori Gottlieb has 5,430 words on why women ought to settle on a husband they don’t like instead of becoming a single mother through artificial insemination in a “fit of self-empowerment.” It’s an interesting piece, but, uh, don’t I have any other choices?