What happened this last week? We learned some obscure and little-understood facts about female physiology, along with the subtle classifications of rape. Curiosity took its first baby steps, and sent back some stunning pictures. The West Nile virus seems to be making a comeback, leading us to wonder if the CDC is one of those wasteful government programs. Oddly enough, Julian Assange is still at large, challenging Americans’ attention span. A judge in Lubbock, Texas is talking out of his Head. Looking ahead, Florida might receive an unexpected visitor. We all know what it means when a hurricane hits: someone’s angry. (Did you know the site for the upcoming Republican National Convention was built with a majority of government funding?)
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- Report: West Nile virus suspected in death of Forsyth County man (myfox8.com)
- Julian Assange Calls on US to Release Bradley Manning, Charged With Leaking Classified Info (abcnews.go.com)