- Bill Clinton took a couple of extra servings of podium time to present a not-so-truthful take on recent political history.
- A Congress clawing-back long-lost power from the presidency, an unprepared President Obama and plenty of bipartisan discord feature in Bob Woodward's book about the 2011 budget battle.
- An interest-rate cut will not be part of the European Central Bank's plan for digging the continent out of its hole, though a massive bond buy is still in the works.
- Hold your breath! Waterboarding may have been a lot more common under the Bush administration than was previously revealed.
- Not so fast, Los Angeles! A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals says that destroying homeless people's property violates the Fourth Amendment.
- The U.S. is turning over control of Afghan prisons to the locals — sort of, not really. Don't get your hopes up for a withdrawal.
- Education, Chicago-style: Parents are prepping for a walk-out by public-school teachers.
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