Play of the Day: The Odd Side Effect of Colorado Legalizing Pot

The man in the horse mask waited to meet Obama in Denver. The man in the horse mask waited to meet Obama in Denver. Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Colorado took the lead on legalizing recreational marijuana, and Washington has now followed suit. But many did not know what odd side effects would come with allowing unfettered pot smoking — until Tuesday, when President Obama encountered this man.

Plus: The Federal Bureau of Investigation tries to decode Twitter slang, British Petroleum says the earth is running out of oil (but the oceans sure aren't), and hopefully Bill Clinton didn't celebrate National Intern Appreciation Day yesterday.

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