The Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation established new rules for workers, including a ban on using their break times to take naps. That was done to prevent a PR fiasco if a member of the public were to see the driver apparently sleeping on the job - but, as a result of a lengthy class-action lawsuit, the rules are costing the city a bit more than some negative press. $26 million more, in fact. Stacey Vanek Smith, currently a senior reporter for Marketplace, explains how the powerful pro-napping lobby won again.
Remember when President Obama was on Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis? Funny or Die DC's Brad Jenkins tells us exactly how that happened, and why it was so important to the Affordable Care Act.