Friday, September 9: North Korea bans sarcasm

North Korea cracks down on sarcasm | And conducts a nuclear test | Obama speaks sternly to China | Israel finds that Palestine’s leader was a KGB spy | Two men charged for organizing Paris attacks | Three women arrested for planning attack | Gary Johnson draws a blank on Aleppo | Hillary on ‘Humans of New York’ | Facebook co-founder giving $20 million to Hillary | Associated Press deletes maligned tweet | Charges dropped against former Virginia governor | Major climate change law in California | Major changes coming for Connecticut schools | Wells Fargo in trouble for creating fake accounts | School shooting in Texas | Mercury exposure at Las Vegas school | Police chief in Mississippi commits suicide | First openly lesbian Miss America contestant | Jimmy John’s sells majority stake | Broncos beat Panthers in Super Bowl rematch | Mets sign Tebow | Landon Donavon coming back from retirement | Serena loses in US Open semis | Rapinoe upset her protest was prevented | Broncos linebacker kneels for anthem | Former 49er gets felony charges | Airbnb fights discrimination by hosts | Twitter adding more features to DMs | Facebook’s ‘Star Trek’ buttons | Near miss by asteroid | NASA launches asteroid collector | Parasite named after Obama | Philly gets Bruce’s longest US concert | Bob Dylan made a public sculpture