4-8-2010 The Day in Review

![Arms Treaty](http://www.reuters.com/resources/r/?m=02&d=20100408&t=2&i=88741508&w=&r=2010-04-08T141237Z_01_BTRE63713H400_RTROPTP_0_NUCLEAR-SUMMIT)
A new arms treaty
Virginia governor Robert McDonnell[ admits](http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/07/AR2010040705100.html) that slavery, uh, was a slight factor in the Civil War (but only because he was forced to).

Obama and Medvedev sign a nuclear arms reduction pact.

David Frum takes Washington Post readers’ questions on where Republicans should go from here after health care.

Will Wilkinson gives his two cents on generational effects in the electorate.

David Brooks and Gail Collins go back and forth on work ethic and wealth.

Ryan Sager relays an anecdote on credit cards and spending.

Stanford researchers make sushi-related find.

The turmoil in Kyrgyzstan continues.

Hans Küng [argues](Hans Küng) that celibacy should be abolished in the Catholic church.

Look a this Richard, just look at it.”

FEATURED ARTICLE:

Tiger returned to golf today at the start of the Masters. Soon, we will all forget about his infidelities. So here’s an article about Rachel Uchitel while time’s still left.

ON THIS DAY:

1974: Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run, thus breaking Babe Ruth’s 39 year record.

Betty Ford was born in 1918; Kofi Annan in 1938, and Sy Hersh in 1937.

Pablo Picasso died in 1973.

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