Stuff you may have missed: November 8, 2013
On the death-by-poison-at-the-hands-of-government beat, Pablo Neruda wasn’t poisoned by the Chilean government in 1973, but Yasser Arafat may have been poisoned by the Israeli government in 2004. (Though, then again, a Russian report throws cold water on that idea.)
Despite the government shutdown, job growth actually increased in October. Alas, so did the unemployment rate.
Can the HPV vaccine cause infertility? Doctors are skeptical, but these two sisters are suing over that very issue.
Gogo Internet is adding a “Talk and Text” capability to its in-flight Wi-Fi system. Awesome.
Patrick Ewing, surprise head coach.