Weekly Review

“We are cautious,” said General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, “about every drop of Egyptian blood.”

Weekly Review

The U.S. government responds to an alleged terrorist plot, Ramadan ends in violence in parts of the Muslim world, and Swedish men guard their testicles from pacu fish

Weekly Review

Zimbabwe re-elects Robert Mugabe, a fatwa against croissants, and a lemonade-stand robbery at BB-gunpoint

Weekly Review

Egypt teeters precariously, cat zombies and zonkeys live, and a hexapus dies

Weekly Review

Detroit files for bankruptcy, prison breaks outside Baghdad, and snail-mucus makeup in France

Weekly Review

Trayvon Martin’s killer is acquitted, Yasiin Bey is force fed, and Sweden gets disability-themed beer

Weekly Review

Sexual assault amid Egyptian upheaval, adult breast-feeding in China, and the empathy of taxidermist George Dante

Weekly Review

The U.S. Supreme Court gets in on the Voting Rights and Defense of Marriage acts, Egypt threatens revolution, and a harsh Crimean punishment for borscht-dumping

Weekly Review

Edward Snowden’s travel itinerary, a Christian ministry’s ex-ex-gay therapy, and the apocalypse gets a golf course.

Weekly Review

The U.S. offers military aid to the Syrian opposition, Turkey clears protesters from Gezi Park, and oculolinctus enthusiast Elektrika Energias speaks

Weekly Review

Big Barack is watching, Turkish winter is coming, and Sunday Swett is winning

Weekly Review

Tension in Turkey, storm-chasing tragedy in Oklahoma, and auf Wiedersehen to Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz