- It's April Fools' Day! Be careful out there today, folks.
- Reddit's annual transparency report does not contains its usual section stating that the company hasn't received a secret order for information from U.S. intelligence agencies. The report last year stated that "if we ever receive such a request"—which of course the company would not be able to explicitly mention—"we would seek to let the public know it existed."
- A sex worker was sentenced to a year in state prison after a busybody with a drone filmed her meeting with a client and turned it over to police.
- Breitbart personality Milo Yiannopoulos "does not exist," sources tell Buzzfeed. "It is a collective consciousness of various different people who come and go." [Might be important to keep bullet point one in mind here?]
- Around a fifth of the world's population of obese adults live in the United States, the U.K., Australia, Ireland, Canada, and New Zealand.
- In fatal shootings by police officers, one fifth of officers' names go undisclosed.
- For the first time since it went public, Walmart's annual revenues have dropped.
- A federal judge Thursday struck down Mississippi's ban on adoption by same-sex couples.
- Watch Matt Welch discuss the "libertarian moment" withThe Atlantic's Conor Friedersdorf, the Cato Institute's David Boaz, and the National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru.