Be on the lookout for the man known as Pope Francis. A lot of "official" folks seem to want to meet with him for some reason.
- Federal agents have been allowed back into Los Angeles County jails to look for illegal immigrants detained there, but will only be allowed to interview those accused of "serious" crimes.
- Six died when an SUV believed to have been carrying up to 15 immigrants flipped over in Texas during a police chase.
- An ISIS bomber disguised as a woman blew himself up at a mosque in Yemen, killing at least 10.
- Snoop Dog is launching a lifestyle site for marijuana lovers called Merry Jane.
- A couple in in Oregon got a Verizon bill for $2 million. Should have gone with the unlimited texting plan.
- More class-action lawsuits are being filed in California by people who demand to be treated as employees, not contractors, of sharing economy delivery services like DoorDash and GrubHub.
New at Reason.com
Dying Patients vs. the FDA: 'Right to Try' Laws Give Hope—And Time
Dave Huntley was a father, husand, & triathlete who contracted Lou Gehrig's Disease. But the FDA was his biggest foe.
By Alex Manning