Stuff you may have missed: November 10, 2013
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teen who famously stood up for female education and was nearly assassinated by the Taliban (only to make a miraculous recovery), now finds her book banned by Pakistani private schools because it is “against our country’s ideology and Islamic values,” according to one official. Sigh.
In Houston, a girl’s 18th birthday party was celebrated with gunshots. However, that led to gunfire that was not celebratory—killing two and injuring 22, some of those injured in the ensuing stampede.
Richie Incognito’s defense of his racist bullying: Jonathan Martin gave it just as much as he received it, or so he thought.
Two military experts say the domestic military base is an outdated relic that isolates soldiers from society.
Is Thanksgiving happening way too late this year, anyway? Here’s a yes argument on that front.