What we're reading: Thursday, June 13

Thursday, June 13, 2013 at 4:48pm

Here at The City Paper we digest a large amount of information daily on the Internet. Here’s a rundown of some of the recent stories City Paper staffers find interesting and worth sharing.

From NPR: How amputated fingertips sometimes grow back

From Huffington Post’s Science blog: Mummy’s brain tissue shows he probably suffered head injury before dying, roughly 5,300 years ago

From Gawker: Don’t live life without knowing M. Night Shymalan wrote “She’s All That”

From The New York Times: Tight turning radius — not just flat-out speed — is what makes cheetah ultimate pursuer

From Mental Floss: Why do athletes slap each others’ butts?

From City Paper contributor Steven Godfrey at SBNation: “The Devil came to Tennessee: Nick Saban and the wrath of ‘The Third Saturday’ ”

From the Los Angeles Times: Edward Snowden took NSA secrets on thumb drive

From CNN: America’s worst charities

From Tampa Bay Times: Intricate family connections bind several of America’s worst charities

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