One thing those accused of criminal activity often have a great deal of anxiety about is the possibility of having to serve time in prison.
"Explore the world through someone else's eyes." That's what it says on the splash page of the site for Periscope, a Twitter app that lets users live-stream whatever they are doing. You could be watching the Clarks River flow, could be enjoying Benton's Tate Day or you could be serenading the crowd at Big Singing Day. Or you could use Periscope as a woman far southeast of Kentucky did: to stream a broadcast of yourself drinking and driving.
Some political observers think Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has a target painted on his back. He could be ousted from his post one of these days just as House Speaker John Boehner was recently deposed, but for right now, the senior senator from Kentucky remains one of the most powerful figures in Washington D.C. Politicians on both sides of the aisle are waiting to see if McConnell blesses bipartisan legislation put together by liberals and conservatives to reduce prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders.