What we're reading: Wednesday, June 12

Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 4:44pm

Here at The City Paper we digest a large amount of information daily on the Internet. Here’s a rundown of some of the recent stories City Paper staffers find interesting and worth sharing.

From Slate: Director of Intel Clapper lied to congress about NSA surveillance

From South China Morning Post: Snowden surfaces in Hong Kong, says U.S. has been hacking Hong Kong and China for years

From the National Constitution Center: Treason charges for Snowden would be rare, challenging

From NPR: Go easy on the soy sauce, bro, it could kill you

From the Chicago Tribune: Inside the doodle factory at Google

From Grantland’s Hollywood Prospectus: David Letterman is a little bit obsessed with drum ownership

From M-Braves Clubhouse Report: A ground-rule single: The curious case of MLB Rule 10.06(f)

From Mandatory: Just in time for the Stanley Cup Final, the Official Doc Emrick Translator

From CNN’s Schools of Thought: In response to Newtown shootings, some states move to put guns in classrooms

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