It could be another messy commute today, thanks to dropping temps and overnight snow. After that, what do we have to look forward to? Dropping temps and more snow.
Here’s a roundup of 10 or so more good reads for your midweek:
- Four little words could decide the fate of Obamacare before the Supreme Court today. (USA Today) | The ruling on subsidies could affect thousands of Hoosiers (Indiana Public Media) — including, gulp, me.
- ANOTHER one? A fight broke out during a boys basketball game at an Indianapolis charter school Tuesday night, resulting in injuries to a child and an arrest. (IndyStar)
- Why did it take IMPD fully nine hours Monday to issue an Amber Alert for Emma and Aaron Blackwell, who had reportedly been kidnapped at gunpoint? (WTHR)
- Colts quarterback Andrew Luck’s neard has been replaced by a mustache. (IndyStar)
- Fact check: Did Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu go too far in his speech to Congress about Iran? (Associated Press)
- How Hillary Clinton’s team responds to the controversy about her use of a private email account as secretary of state will tell us a lot about how her White House would operate. (Slate)
- Lawyer: “Edward Snowden is ready to return to the U.S., but on the condition that he be given … a fair and impartial trial.” (USA Today)
- It’s National Grammar Day today. What are your biggest grammar pet peeves? (Poynter)
- This is fantastic: Vince Vaughn and his “Unfinished Business” co-stars posted for idiotic stock photos you can have for free. (Adweek)
- Latest viral sensation: An amateur photographer’s photograph of a baby weasel riding a woodpecker. Wait, what? (BBC) | Is the #WeaselPecker photo for real? We’ve all been burned so many times before. (Guardian)
What are you reading? Leave a link in the comments!