Do you sometimes find your pasta is, well, a little bit too straight? Even when you boil it? Perhaps you should consider changing the brand.
Heres’ what else we’ve been looking at, at PRI.org:
The woman who walked toward Westgate
"The mall soundtrack with pop music continued to play, but otherwise (there was a) sort of eerie silence; bursts of gunfire"
Kenya is entering its third and final day of national mourning after the Westgate mall attacks, and still more stories are emerging of the horror that took place inside.
The BBC has one of the most memorable accounts of the mayhem from reporter Nichole Sobecki, who embedded herself with security forces clearing shops.
A short guide to talking s**t (And no, you can't say that on the radio)
The usually po-faced London Review of Books has been taking great pleasure in examining the global history of verbal obscenity — via a new book, of course. And if that isn’t good enough for you - you slabberdegullion druggels - then just eat my dripping ninnie-hammer flycatchers.
Women in Saudi Arabia rallying for right to take the wheel and steer
Some Saudi Arabian women say it's time for the government to throw its ban on women driving out the window — and they're pushing the accelerator with an online petition and a day of protest. As Slate reports, women are planning a protest drive on Oct. 26.
Justice for the princelings
The Economist looks at how China’s ‘princelings’ — the privileged offspring of the country’s wealthy elite — have become a lightning rod for wider social discontent.
Trading up? Why more Americans are renouncing their nationality
According to figures from the Federal Register, more Americans than ever are renouncing their US citizenship and trading up to an improved, alternative nationality.
The BBC’s Magazine has been looking into why so many people are voting with their passports.
We dare not supply a title
The New Statesman’s Robert Hutton reveals a highly entertaining project to catch, log and tag every journalistic cliché available for the benefit of posterity. Well if it walks like a duck...
What we're seeing on social
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Weather around the world
The wild weather in Australia continues, with brushfires raging. A new report links the early onset of severe fires to climate change.