For the first time in decades, the Washington, D.C. police department will begin accepting applications for concealed carry permits. The move is a direct result of a recent federal court ruling that struck down the city's handgun ban.
- U.S. airstrikes killed hundreds of ISIS terrorists in Kobani, Syria, today.
- Michigan officials could charge up to 30 kids with felony child porn charges for sexting with each other. We are supposed to take solace in the fact that they will likely be treated as juveniles.
- Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy resigned today. He seems to be leaving on good terms, although some of policies—the iPad debacle, for instance—proved controversial.
- Ezra Klein faces continued criticism over his support for "Yes Means Yes."
- Selena Gomez to adult critics: "I wish I could just sit them down and say, 'What were you doing at 15? What were you doing at 18? What were you doing at 21?' Because I can guarantee you it's not half of what I've done."
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