• Millard Fuller, the co-founder of Habitat for Humanity, died Tuesday at the age of 74. • A new "Digital Mom" report has found that young moms (under the age of 35) use the internet much more frequently than mothers over the age of 45. • Newsday reports that there has been a recent spike the number of female robbers. Justice professor Robert McCrie calls bank robbery an "equal opportunity crime" because it "doesn't require a lot of muscle." • Dr. Karen Maples, leader of the team of doctors that delivered the Bellflower octuplets, was on Larry King Live last night to discuss mother Nadya Suleman, who she called an "amazing patient." • Thousands of men in India are supplementing their incomes by working as prostitutes, according to a new report. The men meet new clients primarily through social networking websites. • Three women and one man abducted a waiter from his place of work, held him hostage for four days, and repeatedly raped him. According to the police, the women believed to be involved in the assault "belonged to rich families of Karachi’s Clifton area." • A new book to be released this week in Germany claims to reveal the shocking truth about Nazi women. Propaganda of the time painted German women as the "fairer sex," but the book shows that the female Nazis were every bit as brutal as their male counterparts. • Archeologists have found traces of chocolate on ancient jars located north of the U.S.-Mexico border. This is the earliest evidence of chocolate being consumed- or used in religious rituals- in America. • Edgar Degas' famous bronze sculpture, "Petite danseuse de quatorze ans," (or "14-year-old dancer") is expected to sell for at least $12 million when it goes to auction in London. • According to a new report, boys may have greater psychological well-being than girls due to a better physical self-concept. Self-concept is defined as the "totality of perceptions each person has of themselves." •
Facebook can be very private, and most people have some privacy settings, so what harm are sex-offenders actually doing participating in networking sites? Also, playing the devil's advocate here, is everything a sex-offender does sexually motivated? Maybe they want to stay in contact with friends....?