Wed 8/5 Roundup: Clinton Charms, Large Hadron Collider, Vacany at AID

- Bill Clinton's visit to Pyongyang worked like a charm.

- Gebe Martinez wonders why, exactly, the GOP is not more welcoming to Hispanics.

- Joe Sestak is officially running for Senate.

- It looks like Sonia Sotomayor is in the clear.

- The Large Hadron Collider is not up to snuff.

- Kevin Drum writes on California's disastrous prison system.

- Russian attack subs are patrolling off the eastern seaboard.

- Paul Farmer is out of contention to run USAID, and the vacancy is causing concern about AID's future.

- Iran is inviting China in for a little direct investment in the oil industry.

- China's GDP numbers are a little fishy.

- The President met with the head of FIFA, as he tries to bring the World Cup back to the US.

- Last, call me obsessed, but there's a new Autotune the News: