Below the Fold for July 21

Let's check out some political stories we found Below the Fold:

Read the Fine Print

Washington, D.C., infamous for the zeal with which it targets illegally parked autos, has a scandal on its hands.

The city council recently conducted a covert vote to exempt itself from most parking regulations. It slipped the provision into a 34-page list of technical amendments — and then swiftly adjourned for summer vacation.

So Sorry...

Tony Persichilli, a copy editor at New Jersey's Trentonian newspaper, has apologized feelingly and profusely for the headline he wrote for a story about a fire at a psychiatric hospital.

The headline: Roasted nuts.