Rounding third on Wednesday afternoon. World Cup raging on, work getting done, things to read as the afternoon turns to dusk:
Today in Fuck You: Erick Erickson seems to think that finding the Redskins’s team name offensive is pretty much being HItler. No, really. No, seriously, I think. It’s not entirely clear. It’s at least a little Hitlery.
Today the Supreme Court ruled, in an unanimous decision, that police need a warrant to search your cell phone (SCOTUSblog analysis). They also ruled, in a 6-3 decision, that Aereo, a company that picks up broadcast television signals and sends them to your devices, violates broadcasters’ copyrights (SCOTUSblog analysis).
Dual wins on marriage equality in the courts: A federal appeals court upheld a lower federal court’s ruling that Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional Wednesday. Also, a federal court ruled that Indiana’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
The Army has cleared Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl of any wrongdoing during his five years in captivity.
That story about how Starbucks is giving its employees free college? How nice, right? Except it’s not as generous their policy used to be.
That big study about how the whole student loan crisis is in your head? Yeah, it’s bullshit.
Iran parliament says leggings are not pants.