Magazine publisher Conde Nast will be shutting down four of its magazines: Gourmet, Cookie, Elegant Bride and Modern Bride, according to NPR. Tracy Clark-Flory over at Salon called them “lady magazines.” But I would classify them as “high-end magazines” with a small audience in today’s market conditions.
Good news from the Associated Press: Fewer schools are selling candy and salty snacks to students, according to a study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A Wisconsin couple convicted of reckless homicide for praying rather than seek medical treatment for their now dead 11-year-old daughter will be sentenced shortly, according to Salon Wires. The couple faces up to 25 years in prison for refusing to seek medical treatment for their daughter, Madeline Neumann, who died from untreated diabetes.
A Dallas judge not only ruled that two men married in Massachusetts could divorce in Texas, but that the state’s gay marriage ban violated the U.S. Constitution’s right to equal protection, according to the Dallas Morning News.
What else is in the news? What’s up with you?