In Other News: Sea Bass Dying Out, Cup Design, And Disney Cross-Dressing

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Did you know the U.S. government sells helium? Well, now the Federal Helium Program will live to see another day, thanks to a bill that has successfully held off its shutdown.

FBI director James Comey has released more details about Monday's Navy Yard shooting, stating that Aaron Alexis was apparently shooting at random, and at one point used a gun he'd stolen from a security guard.

The only Jewish lawmaker in Iran said that he'll accompany Iranian president Hasan Rouhani to the United Nations next week, which is a first for the Islamic Republican.

China just detained a teenager for having 500 retweets. Sure, they'd passed a law for their right to do just that in the case of "inaccurate" posts, but... Seriously?

The European sea bass has become very trendy of recent years... and um, it's helping the sea bass population in Europe die out.

The Bondwoman’s Narrative, a book written in the 1850s, came out to critical acclaim in 2002. Now, a professor has finally tracked down its (long-dead) author.

Nintendo's ruthless, "cranky," (but very successful) president has died.

A family found the words "You Retard" stamped on the underside of the top of a VitaminWater bottle. Considering the mother's sister is disabled, they're really not pleased.

Apple's design chief Jonathan Ive, who was behind the iPad, iPhone, and iPod, has said that if he wasn't at Apple he'd quite like to design cups.

Look! Disney characters dress up in their partners' clothes, courtesy of artist Haruki Godo!

A physics master's student has created a cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody," entitled "Bohemian Gravity:"

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The naked blonde star of Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines has weighed in on Miley Cyrus, calling her VMA performance "distasteful."

The international photo editor at Time took an iconic 9/11 shot of a gaping crowd, and has now identified his subjects through a massive social-media project.

Finally. THIS.