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Wednesday News:

Park Geun-hye was elected president of South Korea. She is the first woman elected president in that country.

Conservative pundits now believe Hillary Clinton is lying about her concussion to avoid having to testify about Benghazi. What a bunch of geniuses.

Frost flowers! Awesome. Totally awesome.

Keep up the good work, Huffington Post! Tell us more about celebrity colons!

Robert Bork has died.

Gift ideas: Atlas Shrugged tie! John Galt tie!

NASA has released a new image of Saturn's dark side shot by its Cassini spacecraft. Neat!

President Barack Obama and top Dems are at odds over the growth of Social Security benefits. Whoops!

The Discovery Channel has cancelled Ted Nugent's Gun Country. Also gone: American Guns.

A sixth grade boy brought a gun to school, he says on his parents' direction so he could protect himself after the Newtown shooting.

Chuck Hagel is not the right choice for defense secretary. Obviously.

The Times of Harvey Milk is among the 25 films selected for preservation by the Library of Congress' National Film Registry.

Florida's "stand your ground" law leads to a shooting at Little Caesars over a complaint about slow service. Good lord, this law.

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