Wikileaks says it has released the personal e-mails of John Brennan, the director of the CIA.
- Michigan's governor, Republican Rick Snyder, signed a bill introducing modest reforms to the state's asset forfeiture laws.
- Joe Biden announced he would not be running for president.
- An intruder with a hatchet broke into a Planned Parenthood clinic in New Hampshire, destroying medical equipment, computers, plumbing fixtures, and phones. Police say they apprehended a juvenile inside the building.
- An American F-18 jet headed from Bahrain to the United States crashed into farmland in England, killing the pilot.
- The Vatican has denied a rumor that Pope Francis has a brain tumor.
- New data from the Large Hadron Collider could produce evidence of mini-black holes, which would suggest the presence of parallel universes.
- Today is the day on which the events of Back to the Future II happen.
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