The slow rollout of the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign works like a wonderful sort of politicial velcro for a trickle of unsavory stories about her conduct. Such as her evasion of storage requirements for official communications as secretary of state by using a private email account.
- Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the U.S. Congress that his country's survival is threatened by Iran.
- Surveillance state whistleblower Edward Snowden is in talks with U.S. officials about returning home.
- The father of Mohammed Emwazi, better known as "Jihadi John," is less than thrilled about his son's murderous doings.
- Former CIA Director David Patraeus, better known as Paula Broadwell's boyfriend, will plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge for mishandling classified information.
- If the Russian government thought the heat would be turned down by the death of prominent critic Boris Nemtsov, it was mistaken. Opposition leaders openly blame the Kremlin for the assassination.
- Federal and local agents raided California apartment complexes that catered to foreign moms who wanted their babies born in the United States. Now, that's an interesting business plan.