Edward Snowden is reportedly in a safe house in Hong Kong. In his first interview since the original Guardian report, Snowden says "My intention is to ask the courts and people of Hong Kong to decide my fate." // A San Francisco federal appeals court has ruled that an Oregon law-school graduate who failed the bar exam twice, and missed his third try after locking his keys in his car, does not have to pay all of his student debt. // An NYC teacher is taking fire for assigning her class a suicide note for a writing assignment. The teacher instructed her students to write it from the point of view of a character in a book they were reading. Lawmakers in New Jersey are considering legislation that would allow cops to confiscate cellphones if they have "reasonable grounds" to believe that the driver was talking or texting when the wreck occurred. // Superman aficionados are upset about the new Superman's underwear. Or lack thereof. A study says Lego faces are getting angrier. Your turn.