Lunchtime Links: April 13, 2010

The White House is downplaying rumors and supposition that Hillary Clinton may be nominated to replace John Paul Stevens as Supreme Court justice.

Taxes are due Thursday, and increasingly those monies at the federal level are going toward paying off policies and promises made long ago.

An Orlando church confirmed this morning that a missing 11 year-old autistic girl who is a member of the congregation has been located.

A noted evangelical Old Testament scholar resigned from his faculty position at a seminary in the wake of a controversy over his public acceptance of evolution. On March 24, 2010, a video featuring Bruce Waltke, Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, was posted on the website of the BioLogos Foundation.

The debris field from the fatal crash of Polish President Lech Kaczyinski points to a horrific ending for the leader, his family, officials and crew aboard the plane.

In a surprising twist, Conan O’Brien lands a new talk show on TBS, not Fox as was widely believed after his Tonight Show run on NBC expired.

Even though sexual assault charges against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger have been dropped he faces a likely suspension by the team and the National Football League.

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