Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Sean Combs is (again?) Puff Daddy. Now, your morning constitutional:
The Obama administration is preparing to announce a legislative proposal to end the NSA’s bulk data-collecting practices.
Egypt is putting 682 more people on trial, just a day after over 500 Mohammed Morsi supporters were sentenced to death.
Four Taliban gunmen and suicide bombers attacked an election office in Kabul that was also near the home of a prominent presidential candidate. The Taliban has repeatedly promised to disrupt the April 5 presidential election.
The Ukrainian government has dismissed its defense minister a day after Ukraine’s military was ordered to leave Crimea.
“A trained ape could get a status of forces agreement [with Afghanistan]. It does not take a genius. And we have so mismanaged that relationship.” – Donald Rumsfeld, class act.
The Norwegian army has been experimenting with unisex dormitories, with two men and two women sharing a room. The experiment has so far succeeded in lowered rates of sexual harassment.
How not to report on the Obamacare numbers.
Four things to know about the Hobby Lobby case being argued today at the Supreme Court.
Smoking: now pretty much just for the poors.
New York pastor says handing out AR-15 rifles in church exactly what Jesus taught.