- A pilot is punished for documenting the absurdities of security theater.
- A Michigan man faces five years in prison for reading his spouse's email.
- End-of-life planning comes to Medicare.
- Armenia cracks down on emo.
- Tokyo adopt a vague censorship law covering comics, animation, and games.
- A sociological study shows American anti-Semitism in a long, deep decline.
- One of the remaining anti-Semites, karate expert Jimmy "The Rent Is Too Damn High" McMillan, plans to run for president.
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