Omarosa Becomes Ordained Minister

In today's link roundup: The Apprentice star is now known as the Rev. Manigault. Plus: Should the Supreme Court stay out of affirmative action?

Omarosa Manigault–Stallworth (David Livingston/Getty Images)

Omarosa becomes ordained minister: After a year of duties at the Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, the Apprentice star has announced that she has a new title: the Rev. Manigault. With that, of course, comes additional powers -- including the ability to officiate Christian rites such as marriages, funerals and baptisms.

Should the Supreme Court stay out of affirmative action? On Slate today, Richard Thompson Ford says that the Supreme Court "like an incompetent therapist, has encouraged anger and distrust while making it harder to confront the root causes of disagreement."

Jennifer Hudson may testify in murder trial: The Oscar winner is on the witness list for the upcoming trial of a man accused of killing her mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew.

Meryl Streep donates $10,000 to school on behalf of Viola Davis: She wrote the $10,000 check to the charter school in the struggling Rhode Island city of Central Falls after a plug from her fellow actress.

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