A.M. Links: Senate Passes Internet Sales Tax Bill, Lauryn Hill Sent to Prison Over Tax Bill, UN Now Not Sure of Any Chemical Weapons Use in Syria


  • late with the government they throw you in a cage

    By a vote of 69-27 the Senate passed an Internet Sales Tax Bill. It is now headed to the House.

  • Former Governor Mark Sanford and Stephen Colbert's sister face off in a special election to fill the House seat vacated by Tim Scott.
  • Chris Christie's aides confirm the New Jersey governor had lap-band stomach surgery. For the children.
  • Lauryn Hill was sentenced to three months in jail for not paying taxes on several years' worth of earnings after pleading guilty last year. She's paid more than $900,000 in the last few days.
  • No cemetery is willing to bury Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
  • The UN now says it's not sure whether rebels or the Syrian regime have used chemical weapons.
  • The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for a suicide bomber that killed 25 at an election rally by an Islamist party.
  • North Korea is moving its missiles away from their coastal launch sites.

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