In England, the government has said that it may give married couples with children a tax break, to replace money lost by the abolition of the universal child payment, worth 1,700 pounds to a couple with two children.
In Connecticut, cheerleaders demand uniforms that cover more of them. “I am embarrassed to stand up here dressed like this. Is this really how you want Bridgeport to be represented?” a senior, dressed in her midsection-baring uniform, told the Bridgeport board of education.
In Rome, the world’s smallest apartment is now for sale. It has a tiny bathroom and a small sleeping platform.
In Washington, former Bush aid and Evangelical commentator Pete Wehner is interviewed about his new book City of Man.
In California, Evangelical philosopher Dallas Willard lectures on Nietzsche vs. Jesus. (Scroll down the page.)
And back in England, a geneticist reflects on the mathematical secrets of verse.