- FBI Director James Comey doesn’t think that Edward Snowden is a whistle-blower, saying that he has “trouble applying the 'whistle-blower' label to someone who just disagrees with the way our country is structured and operates.”
- A former New Jersey transportation official has been held in contempt by the New Jersey General Assembly’s Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee for not answering questions relating to the Christie administration’s lane closure scandal.
- E-book sales of Adolf Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf are surging despite the fact that sales of the printed edition have remained mostly unchanged for years.
- South Koreans are not happy about Dennis Rodman’s visit to North Korea.
- The Central African Republic’s interim president has resigned after a meeting of the Economic Community of Central African States in Chad.
- A chemical spill in West Virginia has closed down much of the state’s capital.
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