Two American students held prisoner in Iran were finally freed today.
The Tasmanian Parliament voted in support of same-sex marriage, the first Australian State to do so (the definition of marriage is a Federal issue in Australia, so the vote does not have the force of law).
Ten people pled guilty to Medicare fraud today in Florida.
Nancy Pelosi outfoxed Republicans today in the House as Democrats, for the first time in recent memory, said "Hell, No!"
A Democrat won a landslide victory in a special House election in New Hampshire.
An Alaskan judge ruled that Alaska's Equal Protection Clause trumps Alaska's Constitutional Amendment prohibiting same-sex marriage.
A missing piece of the moon was discovered in Arkansas.
57% of New Hampshire Republicans think 'jobs and the economy' is the most important issue facing the country, as opposed to 17% for 'reducing the national debt.'
My Elizabeth Warren diary is still on the rec list after 32 hours, a feat both mysterious and awe-inspiring, and entirely attributable to Ms. Warren's oration, not my embedding skills.
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