First Drip (9/19/13): Wells Fargo layoffs, free speech on Facebook, more


Wells Fargo announced yesterday it's planning to lay off 150 mortgage-loan processors in Charlotte. Folks were given a 60-day notice yesterday.

"You aren't dreaming. And you aren't starring in 'Groundhog Day II,'" writes CNN's Leigh Ann Caldwell. There are talks of a government shutdown - again.  

One of you lucky South Carolinians want to lend us - or the government, perhaps? - some money? The winning Powerball ticket was sold at a Lexington, S.C., gas station.

Liking a status or photo on Facebook is now more than just giving a thumbs up. A U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond says clicking "Like" is free speech.

And the 40 Days of Dating blog, involving a social experiment with two graphic designers dating for 40 days, will be turned into a movie, thanks to Warner Bros.

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