The historic report on recent CIA abuses that you're not allowed to see
The Atlantic's Conor Friedersdorf argues argues that at least some, if not all of the Senate Intelligence Committee's 6,000-page report on detention and interrogation techniques used by the CIA should be released to the public.

Poll: Hillary Clinton 'easily the most popular' political figure
Huffinton Post's Ariel Edwards-Levy looks into polls showing Clinton with a handy lead in popularity among politicians on both sides of the aisle.

Hot new conservative rallying cry: 'Support my campaign to thwart Karl Rove?'
Erika Johnsen of Hot Air delves
into the ways Karl Rove's Super PAC might backfire in its goal of electing more "establishment" candidates.

Anti-evolution Missouri bill requires college students to learn about destiny
Mother Jones' Dana Liebelson is skeptical
of a recently announced bill that would require equal teaching time for intelligent design, destiny, and evolution.


Clinton brings warning to House Democrats about 2014 campaign
The Hill's Russell Berman reports on President Clinton urging House Democrats to implement health care reform correctly in 2014.

Carney defends Obama's decision to overrule Cabinet members on Syria
The Hill's Justin Sink reports on why President Obama decided to not arm rebel forces in Syria.