No Death Penalty for Snowden, Plague-Infested Squirrel Closes Campground, UK Invests in Farming Supply Chain

Attorney General Eric Holder assures Russia that the U.S. will not seek the death penalty for Edward Snowden.

College enrollment fell 2 percent in the last academic year, the most significant drop since the 1990s.

A plague-infected squirrel has led to the closing of the Table Mountain Campgrounds of Angeles National Forest in California.

The UK invests £159 million in improving its food production chain.

To help Snowden “learn about Russian reality” or just to pass time, the whistleblower’s Russian lawyer gave him books by Dostoevsky, Chekhov, and Nikolai Karamzin. The NY Times recommends other similarly sobering works of Russian literature. What would you read if you were stuck indefinitely in the Moscow airport?

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