The Washington Post

Reconciliation

- A sedated bear falls out of a tree on the Colorado University campus, a photograph only rivaled by this video of a similar incident in Minnesota.

- “A second customer in less than a year has collapsed at the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas (yes, that’s its real name).”

- IMF forecasts suggest that South Koreans could be richer than the Japanese within five years.

- 25 million people ride electric bikes in China. How come they never caught on in the U.S.?

- “The number of Britons naming their children after knives has dropped dramatically in the past decade.”

- The New Yorker copydesk reveals why it has so many (what we thought were) umlauts.

- Reuters probes how Washington went soft on childhood obesity.

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