North Korea claimed this morning that it has detonated a hydrogen bomb. Did it really? What does the claim say about the state of the relationship between Kim Jong-un's weird regime and the rest of the world? And did Republican presidential candidates immediately announce that this is all Obama's fault? Answers to those questions can be found via the links provided, folks. In other news:
- A top city of Chicago lawyer has resigned after a judge accused him of lying and hiding evidence in a police shooting case.
- Marco Rubio wore some (slightly) flamboyant boots and all the allegedly "serious" GOP candidates are making a big deal about it.
- Reports indicate that the Obama administration is targeting undocumented immigrant families for deportation despite its claims otherwise.
- The U.S. appears to be abetting a humanitarian disaster in Yemen via Saudi Arabia.
- Donald Trump implied today that Ted Cruz, who was born in Canada to an American mother, could face legal challenges to his status as a "natural-born" citizen eligibile for the presidency. (Trump is wrong.)
- By the way, it's time to start thinking about what will happen after a Trump win in New Hampshire.
- Twenty thousand people watched a livestream of a puddle.
- And two suspicious bags at an Alabama post office turned out to be filled with hot dogs. More like delicious bags, right?
Have a good day out there.