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Posted at 10:26 AM ET, 11/28/2011

Supremes play historians; plus, the origins of Romney’s luscious mane (read this roundup)

Talk about multi-tasking. Supreme Court justices are being asked to play the part of historians in a fascinating case coming before the high court that involves interpreting the diaries of discoverers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, our colleague Robert Barnes reports.
Meriwether Lewis is the subject of a Supreme Court case. (Alamy)

Elsewhere, thanks to this peek into the Romney family photo albums, we discovered that Mitt Romney’s famously lush head of hair is apparently a genetic gift; Ed O’Keefe explains that “Passback Day” has nothing at all to do with football; and many suspect that’s a new bunker being constructed around the White House, our colleague Christian Davenport says.

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