Update: Rand Paul announced this morning that he's dropping out of the 2016 presidential race. "It's been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign for the White House," Paul wrote in a statement. "Today, I will end where I began, ready and willing to fight for the cause of Liberty."
- Last year saw a record number of criminal exonerations in America, 149, with the average time of wrongful imprisonment at 14 years. Five had been sentenced to the death penalty.
- President Obama makes his first visit to a U.S. mosque with a trip to the Islamic Society of Baltimore Wednesday.
- The District of Columbia has approved a bill that would pay "at risk" youth not to commit crimes.
- A former Yahoo editorial director is suing the (majority male and overwhelmingly male-led) company for gender discrimination against men, claiming that female bosses at Yahoo "intentionally hired and promoted women because of their gender, while terminating, demoting or laying off male employees because of their gender."
- An NYPD officer was arrested for running a prostitution business in New York and New Jersey and charged under the federal Mann Act for "transporting women in interstate commerce to engage in prostitution."
- After initially suing vegan-condiment line Just Mayo over calling an egg-free product mayonnaise, Hellman's mayo will now introduce its own egg-less, mayo-like condiment.
- A meta-analysis of nine studies covering nearly half a million people has found that higher coffee consumption is linked to much lower chances of liver cirrhosis.