Representatives drawn from 46 national parliaments across Europe call for Putin's Russia to be declared a "terrorist" regime. / CNN

Iranian protesters explain why, four weeks later, they're still in the streets. / Intelligencer

Background info on the Basij, the volunteers leading the crackdown on Iran's protests. / The Associated Press

See also: Information on rebel, insurgent, and terrorist leaders who were active in civil wars between 1980 and 2011. / Rebel Organization Leaders (ROLE) Database

French activists are using parkour to extinguish the lights that stores leave on all night. / The New York Times

The plastics industry wants you to believe yogurt cups are recyclable—though they're not—so they can sell you more yogurt cups. / Grist

Referencing America's problem with gun violence, a new set of loungewear—bathrobe, slippers, an eye mask—is made from bulletproof kevlar. / Moss and Fog

Evanston, Ill., is paying reparations to Black residents who lived in town when "housing discrimination… was at its height." / BBC News

Geoff Anders: What was science before we had scientists? A private endeavor that became a public one. / Palladium

See also: Six centuries of science illustrations, some vintage photos of New York, and some distorted paintings offering a skew on still lifes. / Colossal, Flickr, It's Nice That

Mapping the origins of wine grapes and their production levels around the world. / Small Multiples

Jordan Pruett: Bestseller lists aren't a neutral window into what the public is reading. Instead, they "reflect editorial decisions about how and what to count." / Public Books