The Night Note: 12/7/09

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    ATTEMPTED MURDER SUSPECT MAY HAVE TRIED TO STEAL UNBORN CHILD
    A woman charged with attempted murder in the stabbing of a pregnant woman may have been trying to remove the child with a box cutter, Prince George's County investigators said.

    Veronica Deramous, 40, allegedly met the victim, who was near full term, last week at Queen of Peace Missionaries of Charity, a soup kitchen and shelter for pregnant women on Wheeler Road in southeast D.C., according to D.C. police. Deramous convinced the pregnant woman to go to her Suitland, Md., apartment, authorities said. (NBC Washington)

    NUMBER 9 IS A ROUGH ONE FOR TIGER
    SEX-MAD Tiger Woods had an affair with a busty waitress while his model wife was PREGNANT, the News of the World can reveal.

    Mindy Lawton, who you can see on video below, told how the golf superstar loved frantic sex.

    "Sometimes I looked like a rag doll after we'd made love," she said. "He really did like it quite rough. (News of the World)

    MORE CRUMMY WEATHER POSSIBLE TUESDAY
    A winter storm watch is in effect for Montgomery, Frederick, Loudoun and Fauquier counties Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning.

    A winter storm will take shape over the Plains through the day Tuesday with the D.C. area experiencing mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. As the storm approaches, a mix of rain and freezing rain will be possible through the evening. (WTOP)

    SPACE, THE BILLIONAIRE'S FRONTIER
    Billionaire Richard Branson Monday unveiled the first commercial passenger spaceship, a sleek black-and-white vessel that represents an expensive gamble on creating a commercial space tourism industry. Skip related content

    Virgin Galactic, an offshoot of Branson's Virgin Atlantic Airways, hopes the winged, minivan-sized SpaceShipTwo will rocket tourists into zero gravity beginning in two or three years. (Yahoo News)