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ICYMI – Jay Carney Job Opps, Jill Abramson to Cosmo, Marijuana Laws in DC

POLITICO: Jay Carney up for Uber, Apple PR posts

Cosmopolitan: Jill Abramson: “I’m Not Ashamed of Getting Fired”

WaPo: Today, having pot in D.C. could mean jail. At midnight it becomes a $25 fine

HuffPost: Bowe Bergdahl Refuses To Speak To His Parents: Report

Obamas Talk ‘Learning to Drive’ as First Daughter Malia Obama Turns 16 on July 4th

Screen Shot 2014-07-04 at 13.40.02America’s birthday is not the only celebration today in the nation’s capital – it’s also Malia Obama’s birthday. And for the eldest First Daughter, it’s not just any birthday, it’s her Sweet Sixteen.

The Washington Post’s Pamela Kirkland put together a video report for the occasion, which includes appearances by First Lady Michelle Obama on “The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon” and “Live! with Kelly and Michael.” To host Kelly Ripa, Michelle Obama said, ”I think our agents don’t want us driving with teenagers…Especially the President’s detail, I don’t think they want him in the state when she’s learning how to drive.”

It also includes footage from an ABC News special in which President Barack Obama said, “We’re going to have to figure out the logistics of that, but I promised her, she will in fact, be able to learn how to drive.”

Check it out, after the jump. Happy birthday Malia, and America! Read more

Friday ICYMI – Overheard | World Cup | Revolving Door

In case you missed it, here are some of our fav recent stories across the web.

#Overheard: Yahoo News Political Reporter Chris Moody live-tweets conversations he overheard at the Congressional Baseball Game Wednesday night.

#WorldCup: MediaJobDaily identifies three ways to watch the World Cup at work and keep your job.

#Opportunity: Now with Jeff Bezos, the future of The Washington Post, in a cover story online now (and in print on Tuesday) by the Columbia Journalism Review.

#RevolvingDoor: Head of Nat Geo social media Robert Murray is leaving to launch his own startup to empower people through data, social design, and emerging tech.

#Genius: The Atlantic explores the secrets of the creative brain.