From the drop in TV ownership to the way you should explain bin Laden to your kids, here's a look at four stories the IAFC and Brian Lehrer Show folks are perusing on this Tuesday morning.
John Keefe points us to a Brian Stelter story citing the fact that "For first time in 20 years, the number of homes in the U.S. that own TV sets has dropped. His words? "Wow." (via NY Times)
Jody is checking out this awesome environmental feel-good/feel-bad U.S. map interactive. Turns out New Yorkers use little energy, have crappy air. (via Mother Nature Network)
Caitlin: I'm reading this Washington Post piece about "How to explain bin Laden to your kids." something I'm especially glad I didn't have to do 10 years ago. (via Washington Post)
Paige points us to a Dexter Filkins piece attempting to address what's on a lot of minds two days after bin Laden's death - what Pakistan knew. (via New Yorker)