A.M. Links: U.S. Army Bans The Guardian, Senate Passes Immigration Reform Bill, Virginia GOP Candidate Wants Ban on Oral, Anal Sex Reinstated


  • child molesters!

    The U.S. Army has banned access to The Guardian on its computers.

  • Former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, "Hoss" Cartwright, is suspected by the government of being behind the leak of information about cyberattacks on Iran's nuclear program.
  • The Senate passed its immigration reform bill yesterday by a vote of 68-32.
  • Michigan state police raided three medical marijuana dispensaries in Springfield.
  • Virginia's Republican gubernatorial candidate, Ken Cuccinelli, wants the courts to reinstate the state's ban on oral and anal sex, saying it was an important tool in prosecuting child molesters.
  • Chinese urban police tasked with cracking down on unlicensed street vendors and enforcing beautification orders have been setting up their own unlicensed street vending operation, to see what it's like.
  • Monsignor Nunzio Scarano of the Vatican Bank was arrested as part of an investigation into money laundering and corruption.
  • Egyptian clerics warn of a civil war in the country.
  • The government of the United Kingdom will draft regulations allowing three-person IVFs for the baby making.

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