A school in Essex, UK, has banned triangular flapjacks. A student recently suffered an injury when one hit him in the face during a food fight. Square flapjacks are still allowed; bear in mind that squares have four sharp corners, and triangles have only three. I humbly suggest that school officials concern themselves with preventing food fights in the first place, and not the shape of the projectiles.
In what may be the regulatory equivalent of an unstoppable force hitting an immovable wall, it turns out that a wind energy turbine in Nevada has killed a golden eagle, which is an endangered species. Now we find out whether the renewable energy lobby or the environmental lobby is more powerful.