thedailywhat:

This x That:
Know This:
International Atomic Energy Agency says Fukushima Daiichi reactors are “essentially stable.”
No radioactive leak after explosion at French nuclear site kills one.
Fuel pipeline blast kills scores in Nairobi, Kenya.
Gaddafi’s son Saadi “in the process” of being detained in Niger. 
Read This:
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords grants first post-shooting sit-down to Diane Sawyer, unclear if interview will be on-camera.
Follow Up: Serena Williams fined $2,000 for heated exchange with US Open umpire.
Private Eye turns 50, reports the The Grauniad.
RIP Entourage: A re-cap of the show’s long-awaited finale.
Mel Gibson speaks out about his Jewish hero movie.
Trust me, you do not want to call Terrence Howard’s wife.
18-month-old Cambodian boy forced to suckle milk from a cow’s udder after parents leave home to find work in Thailand.
Look At This:
In Focus: Japan Earthquake: Six Months Later.
The Other:
NewsFeed: 100 Animals Die in Petco Store From Tropical Storm Lee Flooding.
Tea x Time List: 7 Famous ‘Unsolved’ Mysteries (Science Solved Years Ago).
Above: “Legend and Myth” — two new Damien Hirst sculptured unveiled as part of The Beyond Limits sculpture exhibition at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.

thedailywhat:

This x That:

Know This:

  • No radioactive leak after explosion at French nuclear site kills one.

Read This:

  • Rep. Gabrielle Giffords grants first post-shooting sit-down to Diane Sawyer, unclear if interview will be on-camera.

Look At This:

The Other: