The LIDAR survey of the Honduran rain forest described in the New Yorker a few years ago paid off.
There was actually a slide deck with pro-cons of the CIA torture program.
When I find myself in times of trouble / Brother Eli comes to me / Throwing slo-mo spirals / DVD, DVD
Meanwhile, a guy in DC reportedly got cops to give him back marijuana they'd confiscated.
Honeybees regurgitating red dye led to the discovery of a pot farm under a Brooklyn cherry factory.
An exploration of how, when, and why to save emails from public officials.
Sunlight Foundation makes a good point: By keeping email out of the system, Clinton avoided any real-time transparency processes, much less future ones.
I would read a history of the emergence of "snapback hat," which seems recent. When I was a kid, they were just ball caps.
I was curious how often DHS is funded under a temporary measure. Since inception, a quarter of the time. (With chart, natch.)
I am not surprised that pizza businesses give more heavily to Republicans. The key word there is not "pizza."
The two easiest political predictions of the past month: The House would pass a clean DHS bill and Rand Paul would win the CPAC straw poll.
The Guccifer hacks included emails sent to clintonemail.com.
Creation date of that domain? One week prior to Obama taking office.
My wife is mad at me because I pointed out to her that she is a #millennial. #brands
The CPAC "climate change" panel included someone from Murray Energy.
It was this kid's bad luck that he ran into a modern Sherlock Holmes.
"Please note that cancellations after 12pm the day of your reservation will be charged $50/person." haha ok sure restaurant
Any story revisiting Hillary Clinton's 2008 Kentucky Derby pick is a good story.
wow hm here is some good "for pol" analysis for you, thought-provoking
For every four women running a large corporation, there are five guys named "John."