In Other News, June 10, 2013: Birthdays, Birthdays, Beyoncé and Rabbis
'In Other News' is Bustle's daily roundup of stories we didn't write...but still think you should read.
Muckraking nonprofit news site ProPublica has a birthday to celebrate after five years, two Pulitzers, and a whole lot of data journalism. The Nieman Lab marked the occasion by interviewing editor Stephen Engleberg.
But: Beyoncé writes Serena Williams the best birthday note of the day:
At The Frisky, Jessica Wakeman tells the story of a Chinese woman seeking asylum in the U.S., because she fears persecution for removing her IUD.
Lululemon CPO Sheree Waterson stepped down, in light of the company's recent, um, transparency issues.
Tablet Magazine says there are three women set to be ordained as Orthodox rabbis –only they can't be called rabbis. Because Heaven forbid.
The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse analyzes South African media coverage of former president Nelson Mandela's declining health, as new reports surface.
The Senate will vote on a five-year Farm Bill tonight, and most signs point to it (gasp!) passing. The Washington Post lays out what that could mean.
National Journal reports on survey results studying "Stereotypes of Female Politicians." The authors conclude: "The data suggests our stereotypes of female politicians are based on what they lack in comparison to women as a whole, not what they have in addition."