Today: Gwynnie gets some online flack, Casey Anthony wants to move, and Paul Ryan is having a theme party.
Today in books and publishing: Casey Anthony's lawyer tells his side; E.L. James at Comic-Con; Nora Ephron remembered; fancy home libraries are back.
Every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the video clips that truly earn your fiveminutes (or less) of attention.
It has been a little over a month since the White House launched an outreach program promising official responses to policy ideas submitted by everyday Americans. The result? A whole lot of arguing over space aliens, marijuana legalization, and Casey Anthony, followed by vague, bureaucratic answers.
1Q84 arrives in stores in the U.S., three leading publishers make it clear they don't want Casey Anthony's memoir, and more hand-wringing over Amazon Publishing.
A Twitter meme juxtaposing the two cases expresses outrage at injustice, but it's a stretch
She hasn't been seen since July 17 thanks to a mixup between state officials
Why both she and her publishers should think twice before inking a deal
On Murdoch's defeat, Casey Anthony's future, and Erica Jong on today's dull sexuality
Foreign audiences are captivated by our captivation
The HLN host comes in for a drubbing after blasting the Casey Anthony jury
Pundits and reporters weigh in on a stunning not guilty verdict
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