Over the weekend, a single headline achieved the News Singularity (which occurs when we can no longer decipher real headlines from those in The Onion) and managed to sum up an entire era of American politics. Congrats to Haaretz for the remarkable achievement: WeWork Founder Adam Neumann Helped Kushner Craft Mideast Peace Plan.

+ “The Podcast Scourge has turned the country into such a nonstop jibber-jabbering wind tunnel that there are more than 700,000 active podcasts (or one per every 471 Americans), and more than 29 million podcast episodes. This, up from 550,000 podcasts just last year. And since Serial took off in 2014, studies I’ve fabricated but that should exist show there are now more true-crime podcasts than criminals. Unless we count the crime of unoriginality — in which case, most podcasters could do true-crime podcasts on themselves.” The Pod Delusion.

+ WaPo: A dog drove doughnuts alone in a car for half an hour.

+ “I’m hitting him, hitting him, hitting him with the broom. I had really did a number on that man … I think he was happy when he went in the ambulance.” Eighty-two-year-old woman beats up burglar who broke into her home. (I’d insert my usual hilariously pithy comment here, but I’m not going to take the risk of getting on this woman’s bad side…)