Headlines Edition

Saturday Headlines: Fly, my robots, fly

A suspect who police say was the "shot caller" in Tupac Shakur's murder has been arrested, 27 years after the shooting. / AP

Photos and videos of the sudden, intense flooding yesterday in New York City. / Digg

"All drainage systems have their limitations and New York City's is 1.75 inches of rainfall per hour." / The New York Times [+]

See also: The bold idea to move millions to climate havens. / Noema

As tonight's deadline approaches, a US government shutdown appears more likely after House Republicans defeated their own funding bill. / Reuters

A historian finds evidence of a body brand from 1715 that connects the British monarchy to the slave trade.  / The Washington Post [+]

Battery-free, flying micro-robots stabilize as they descend by changing shape akin to origami. / Ars Technica

"I opened up my browser's network dev tools to see if I could figure out what was going wrong." Killing time when there's no internet on your flight's wi-fi. / James Vaughan

Watch: A tour of a 17th-century dolls' house. / The Kid Should See This

How rain works in many video games. using techniques that aren't "going to make your computer melt through the floor." / Polygon

See also: A website of content cut from video games. / The Cutting Room Floor

"Eight years back, for unknown reasons, I stocked up on cheap chatter teeth." An interview with Love Hultén, who makes synthesizers out of weird objects. / Pitchfork

How misogyny killed Janis Joplin—and continues "dancing on her grave." / Songs That Saved Your Life