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Clarence Thomas, still a mystery; Podestas split; and Daily Show mocks hype over ‘Zero Dark Appointees’ (read-this roundup)


Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke! (Michael Dwyer/AP)

Breaking the silence — Trading one great mystery for another, we used to wonder why Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas hadn’t uttered a word from the bench in 16 years. Now that he’s actually spoken, we can’t figure out what he said.

Supersplit — Who gets the artwork? More importantly, the clients? Superlobbyists (that’s how they’re always tagged) Tony and Heather Podesta are separating, our pals at the Reliable Source dish.

Diversity diversion — Just the title of this segment from “The Daily Show” about President Obama’s Cabinet has us laughing: Zero Dark Appointees.

Emily Heil is the co-author of the Reliable Source and previously helped pen the In the Loop column with Al Kamen.

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