Daily Feed: Elizabeth Warren Saving the Rocks in Her Pocket for Republicans

Elizabeth Warren Has Rocks in Her Pocket, and She’s Saving Them for Republicans. “And if that’s too partisan for you, then shame on me,” Warren said yesterday on a press call where she vetted her frustrations with the GOP and the media. [TheAtlantic.com]

Harvard Ethics Fellow Arrested for Hacking MIT Computer System. Aaron Swartz, who just completed a 10-month fellowship with the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard, broke into networks at MIT to download more than 4.8 million documents and other files. Irony. [NYTimes.com]

Men Who Buy Sex More Likely to Commit Felonies and Misdemeanors. The majority of men surveyed also said that the most effective deterrent to buying sex would be to place the buyer on a list of sex offenders. [Reuters.com]

Mass. Lawmaker Proposes Bill for Purchasing Lotto Tix Online. But another slated bill prohibiting the sale lotto tickets on credit might make that whole e-commerce thing a bit tricky. [TheBostonChannel.com]

Finally, a Feel-Good Ranking Result for Boston: Fast Food. It’s been a tough few days for our collective ego, but, finally, some relief: Bostonians spend less money at traditional fast food chains like McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King than any other city in the U.S. [Bundle]