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  • The decade-long manhunt for Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic came to an end when he was discovered living in Belgrade. He disguised himself for 13 years by cutting his hair and growing a beard. [New York Times]
  • A military judge presiding over the trial of Osama bin Laden's former driver will not allow some evidence that was obtained under duress in Afghanistan. Stuff the guy said in Guantanamo is fair game, though, as long as the interrogators testify about the conditions he was questioned under. [Washington Post]
  • Senator Jack Reed is a little fellow from Cranston, Rhode Island who might be our next Vice President. [Wall Street Journal]
  • John McCain keeps saying old-people things, and people are wondering if his age has anything to do with it. [Politico]
  • Will Barack Obama be able to solve the Israeli-Palestinian problem while he's abroad, and if he can't, is that a sign he's not fit to be Commander in Chief? [The Caucus]
  • The jumper at the Hart Office Building (a serial jumper, it appears) came down from his perch without incident at 2 am this morning. [The Hill]
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