With the discovery of the Fermi Haze/Bubbles (Dobler et al 2010, Su et al 2010), the Fermi telescope has uncovered a fundamentally new component of our Galaxy with important consequences for exotic astrophysics toward the Galactic center. In this talk I will provide new evidence that the same feature is observed at microwave wavelengths as well. Using WMAP (and Planck) data, I will demonstrate explicitly that there is an "edge" in the microwave haze which coincides with the edge in the Fermi Bubbles and discuss the consequences including constraints on the origin of the bubbles as well as the significance of the edges in the gamma-ray data.