- Mitt Romney is going to win Florida tomorrow. Almost everyone except Newt Gingrich has accepted that.
- European Union heads have almost reached a budget deal. They promise to be more austere in their spending this time, but there's still lots to figure out when it comes to fixing some busted economies.
- Representatives from the Afghan Taliban and the U.S. are chatting in Qatar.
- The U.S. Treasury says the government lost $170 million more on the auto bailout than previously thought, bringing the total tax-payer funded losses up to a cool $23.77 billion.
- That 16,000-person embassy the U.S. left when the war in Iraq "ended" also includes patrolling drones and Iraqi officials aren't happy.
- A new Gallup/USA Today poll ties Mitt Romney and Barrack Obama in a hypothetical match-up, with both receiving 48 percent of the vote; Ron Paul got 45 percent.
- Newsweek has discovered that secular, urban families homeschool sometimes, too.
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