Investigations and intrigue

Conor Friedersdorf’s piece in The Atlantic asked: If a Drone Strike Hit an American Wedding We'd Ground Our Fleet? Glenn Greenwald explained, “A US drone bombed a wedding party in Yemen, killed a dozen+ innocents; @conor64asks how US would react if done to it.” Scott Bixby at Bloomberg Businessweek tweeted: “‘If this were an American wedding…’ is not an argument – it's an appeal for emotion.” Iona Craig at The Times quote the story: “The moral course would be to apologize...pay reparations and...insure nothing like this will ever happen again.”

Head to Bloomberg for learn about the Secret Inside BofA Office of CEO Stymied Needy Homeowners. Christine Harper there said it’s the “Most read story on Bloomberg terminals today.” Colleague Felix Gillette tweeted from the story: "Bank of America stalled them with repeated requests for paperwork and incorrect income calculations.” Paddy Hirsch at Marketplace suggested: “Lest your head spin off, wait until after lunch to read this tale of obfuscation by BofA's mortgage dept.” Heidi Moore with the Guardian gave us a preview: “...Bank of America deliberately thwarted homeowners who were looking for mortgage modifications.”

Open Channel Blog at NBC News also did some digging and came up with: Climate change expert's fraud was 'crime of massive proportion,' say feds. David Farré at PennLive.com explained: “EPA’s highest-paid employee lied for years about being CIA spy in Pakistan to avoid doing his real job.” Asawin Suebsaeng from Mother Jones quoted the story: “Lying to his bosses and saying he was a CIA spy working in Pakistan so he could avoid doing his real job.”

And in Forbes, Andy Greenberg found An NSA Coworker [who] Remembers The Real Edward Snowden: "A Genius Among Geniuses".

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