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ICYMI: James Comey's 9-Year-Old Neighbor Baked Him Cookies
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- Union Station's Fred Harvey room is officially restored, and it looks GLORIOUS.
- James Comey's nine-year-old neighbor Abby Grace felt bad for him, so she baked him cookies and delivered them with a heart-shaped construction paper note and NPR has the story. (In other news, I've never seen NPR's Mara Liasson's name written out before, and I'd always though it was Mar Eliasson on the radio and now this is blowing my mind.)
- Pop lyrics have been getting more repetitive over time, at leastaccording to this data analysis.
- And some interesting research from Harvard Business Review: CEOs who begin their careers during booms tend to be less ethical.
- Here's a video from inside one Elon Musk's tunnel boring operation: