A.M. Links: Rep. Radel Taking Leave From Office After Pleading Guilty to Cocaine Possession, Drone Strike Kills Senior Member of Taliban-Linked Group in Pakistan, Woodward Wishes Snowden Has Come to Him

  • Rep.
    Trey Radel
     (R-Fla.) is taking a leave of absence after
    pleading guilty to possession of cocaine. He has been sentenced to
    one year supervised probation.
  • The U.S. and Afghanistan have agreed to a
    post-2014 partnership
    . The deal will have to be approved by the
    Afghan parliament, and President Hamid Karzai says he won’t sign
    the agreement without the approval of tribal leaders.

  • Bob Woodward
    has said he wished NSA whistleblower Edward
    Snowden had come to him insteading of other journalists.
  • A suspected
    U.S. drone strike
    on a seminary in Pakistan has killed Maulvi
    Ahmad Jan, a senior member of the Islamist Haqqani network.
  • An 85-year-old American Korean War veteran
    has been detained
    in North Korea while visiting the country as
    a tourist.
  • The fed will require that tour buses and buses that travel
    between cities built from 2016 onwards be
    equipped with seatbelts

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from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2013/11/21/am-links-rep-radel-taking-leave-from-off

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