Sunday Links: Toughest Sudoku of All Time, Police Arrest Teen in Bias Attack Case


  • A Finnish man has created the toughest sudoku ever, which he says “will normally take days to solve by logic.” If you’re currently feeling lazy and hungover, just click the link on the Post article that says, “CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ANSWERS.” [NYP]

  • If you haven’t already seen it, the Times has an in-depth look at the DeFarra Gaymon story. [NYT]


  • California’s Claremont School of Theology is going to start training rabbis, pastors, and imams all under the same roof. [Time]


  • The U.S. may finally do like Europe and Japan and get high-speed bullet trains. [CNN]


  • Police have arrested 17-year-old Yashua Plair in connection with the attack on a 15-year-old Mexican boy on Staten Island – the eleventh bias attack in the borough since April. [NY1]