Stuff you may have missed: January 30, 2014
“While the act burdens the plaintiffs’ Second Amendment rights, it is substantially related to the important governmental interest of public safety and crime control.” — U.S. District Judge Alfred Covello, in a ruling in favor of keeping Connecticut’s post-Sandy Hook gun laws on the books.
Longtime Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) is retiring from Congress after 20 terms, but his potential replacement is already a household name: Rush Limbaugh’s sworn enemy, Sandra Fluke, is “strongly considering” running for the seat.
All that vodka drinking isn’t helping Russian men—according to a new study, it’s affecting their life expectancy severely.
Like Amazon Prime? Hope you like it a lot, because Amazon’s talking about raising the price significantly.
Signs Pope Francis is a rock star: He’s on the cover of the Rolling Stone.