Morning Links for Feb. 25, 2014
What pairs well with your morning coffee? The news.
A smattering of newsy bits to ingest with coffee.
- The Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this morning on cases involving the state's voter ID laws.
- Uganda's president signed into a law a bill that includes life sentences for those convicted of gay marriage. A tabloid then named the country's "200 top homosexuals," including "some Ugandans who previously had not identified themselves as gay." A handful of countries have already halted aid to the country.
- The head of the Sinaloa drug cartel, known as El Chapo, was arrested over the weekend thanks to tips, which often come with the promise of a monetary reward. But today The Guardian reports that US officials haven't kept that promise in at least one instance, despite a successful arrest based on said tip.