Daily Today in the News with why Encyclopaedia Britannica will no longer print its books, a video of a botched drive-thru robbery and more.
News to know
After 244 years of providing volumes (literally) of information, Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. announced that is will stop publishing print editions and, instead, rely on its digital sales of the books. There are 4,000 sets of its 2010 edition left, and they are selling for around $1,400.
Quote of note
"Our initial observations show a difference of around 2 millimeters at several of the survey markers in the vicinity of the monument," Chief Geodetic Surveyor Dave Doyle told CNN after the National Geodetic Survey released data that shows the Washington Monument may be sinking.
Hot video: Botched Florida drive-thru robbery
-- GateHouse News Service