Headlines edition

Tuesday headlines: License to dream.

A bomb destined for Austin, Texas, explodes at a FedEx facility in San Antonio, injuring one. Austin police say it’s likely connected to a recent string of attacks.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrested over alleged Libyan funding for his 2007 election campaign.

If you follow the news, it seems like the US government, the nation’s largest employer, is in chaos. In fact, under Trump, it's mostly on vacation.

The Supreme Court bars Arizona from denying driver's licenses to "Dreamers."

A photographer chases the good light down 2,300 miles of the Mississippi River.

Electronic clocks across Europe lost six minutes last week thanks to a Kosovo-Serbia energy fight.

Photographs of the "caves and cellars" where Britain hid its most precious paintings during WWII.

Older women in Japan shoplift in order to go to prison, where they find company, sustenance, reprieve from anxiety.

Choose a year and a database spits out which words were used for the very first (recorded) time.

Greeting cards are bags of cliché‘d garbage. They’re also incredibly meaningful.

As the movie uplifts the African noble at the expense of the black American man, every crass principle of modern black respectability politics is upheld. Black women are the best thing about Black Panther. The role of black American men, not so much.

John Oliver publishes a children's book about Mike Pence's boy bunny falling in love with another boy bunny.