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- Alarmingly, 48 young people have vanished in Iowa this month... but that number may be misleading.
- A Park Slope resident donated his spare bike to a teen whose bike was stolen in Ditmas Park. That was a nice thing to do.
- A woman told the LAPD that "Les Moonves, the CEO of CBS, sexually abused her in the 1980s but prosecutors have declined to pursue the case because the statute of limitations has expired." This comes days after Ronan Farrow's piece on a number of other sexual assault allegations against Moonves.
- Stephen Colbert addressed the allegations against Moonves last night... on CBS.
- Facebook has discovered a "sophisticated coordinated disinformation operation," possibly controlled by Russia (ya think?) dedicated to influencing the midterm elections.
- The Hotel Tudor sign shines again.
- A upstate New York zoo announced the birth of twin red pandas awwwwwwwwww.
- The Chainsmokers made $45.5 million last year. This is upsetting. Everyone please stop giving these idiots money.
- Sirius announced a Phish channel.
- Turn it up and enjoy the next 14 seconds of today:
Not sure of source but oh my god????? pic.twitter.com/7z87zRoUzO
— Kirsten Howard (@emotionalpedant) July 30, 2018