The 40 smartest people of all time (Business Insider).
Top 10 worst sports teams of all time (Cave Man Circus).
This is what makes Indiana's religious-freedom law different (The Atlantic).
Bad bridges: Federal data shows U.S. infrastructure crumbling (RT).
FINANCIAL STUFF WE SHOULD BE TALKING ABOUT
In the "I'll believe it when I see it department" ... The DOJ may go after individual bankers for their role in financial crisis (Huffington Post).
Argentina just pulled the most 'only in Argentina' thing ever on Citibank Argentina (Business Insider).
Right-wing economist accidentally let's it slip they were hoping for a bigger financial disaster in 2008 so they could liquidate the economy (Daily Kos).
STRANGE / INTERESTING
Chinese Casanova exposed after car crash when 17 of his girlfriends show up at hospital (BBC).
43 California judges were reprimanded for misconduct last year (LA Times).
Landlord sends man $1,200 bill to cleanup his roommate's blood, who was shot dead by police (Think Progress).
America's most active hate groups, by state (Business Insider).
Ferguson judge behind aggressive fines policy owes $170,000 in unpaid taxes (The Guardian).
NATURE & RESOURCES
Despite historic drought, California used 70 million gallons of water for fracking last year (Think Progress).
Big Trees: Pictures and Politics (Cathedral Grove).
California issues 1st mandatory water restriction (RT).
With nation's first nationwide fracking law, Germany approaches a ban (Think Progress).
Spain got 47 percent of it electricity from renewables in March (Think Progress).
Self-driving car finishes cross-country trip without killing anyone (Death and Taxes).
Living under sea: Japanese visionaries unveil underwater city plan (RT).
WSU statistician sues seeking Kansas voting machine paper tapes (The Wichita Eagle).
The abuse of faculty at California's public universities (Huffington Post).