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This October, while you were shopping for fake blood and a glue-on mustache to complete your zombie Tom Selleck costume, others were dressing up and making the news.
This September students headed back to class to absorb knowledge and life skills. Some even found time to work STDs and partners-in-crime into their curricula.
In August, fires large and small swept through homes around the world. And whether dousing flames, solving domestic disputes, or posing shirtless, firefighters were there.
Looking through a month of news can reveal a lot about what’s going on in the world. And in July 2007, everybody was smoking or quitting smoking.
Yesterday’s news is today’s birdcage liner—no longer. Nicole Pasulka begins our new regular feature, reviewing the past month’s headlines. For June 2007: four weeks of staggering animal attacks.