- "strategy" for protecting plants and animals from climate change. Actually, it's more of an incredibly vague collection of sentiments, which is probably for the best, considering the possible alternatives. Go, nature! The Obama administration has released its
- U.S. B-2 bombers head to South Korea on the off chance that Noth Korea isn't just screwing with us.
- Banks in Cyprus are open again, with long lines of depositors waiting to withdraw up to the limit of $383 per day. If they're pissed off about having severely restricted access to their own money, they can take no more than $3,831 with them when they leave the country. Big depositors with Cyprus Popular Bank may actually lose 80 percent of their savings.
- India may already have legalized gay marriage — by accident, since its legal definition of the institution contains no gender references. Yeah. Somehow I don't think it will be that easy.
- Ashley Judd will not run for a Kentucky Senate seat. All is well.
- In response to a popular revolt against new gun restrictions, some states are considering legislation that would automatically fire sheriffs and other government officials who refuse to enforce federal laws.
- Saturn's rings have been around for more than four billion years! Now that's good-quality construction.
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