In Other News: Lois Lerner Retires, Bisexual Day, and Walter White's Underwear

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IRS Head Lois Lerner announced her retirement following a controversy alleging her department unfairly scrutinized the Tea Party and other conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status. An investigation is still underway. 

Police say a New York City mob attacked a Sikh professor, thinking he was a Muslim, which is upsetting on not one, but two levels.

Former British Tony Blair said that "no serious person" would deny climate change, as a new study also revealed that (duh) children will bear the brunt of its future effects. 

The White House celebrated Bisexual Visibility Day ... with a closed door event. 

No, it wasn't just you: Google confirmed that there were Gmail delays for "less than 50 percent" of its users today, which is a fancy way of saying 48 percent, we're guessing. 

Married cancer patients are apparently more likely to survive than single patients, which sounds like a study your mother co-authored. 

A new study also finds those mid-day naps at preschool really do help kids learn, while yet more research finds that sleep may be helpful for adults wanting to overcome phobias. How about work naps?

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Walter White's tighty-whities are up for auction.

 

Oh, and Mick Jagger is about to become a great-grandfather, so if that doesn't make your parents feel old, nothing will.

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