The most popular news, videos and images as picked by Digg users during the last seven days, recorded on June 21.

A photo that suggests sick senior citizens in the US might be better off shooting politicians and being sent to prison "where you will get 3 meals a day, a roof over your head, central heating, and all the health care you need" instead of waiting for a place in a nursing home, which the government says it cannot afford to pay for.

2. Atheists fed up? Believe it.
After receiving criticism (and praise) for an opinion article about atheists in The Washington Post, Gregory Paul reiterates that atheists are still unfairly discriminated against in America.

3. Former President Jimmy Carter Urges Marijuana Legalization
In an op-ed published in The New York Times, former US President Jimmy Carter reveals he pushed for the decriminalization of marijuana and "cautioned against filling our prisons with young people who were no threat to society," views that were widely accepted back in 1977.

4. 6 People Who Had No Clue Their Faces Were World-Famous
An article about "accidentally famous" people and the story of how their now-iconic faces ended up on advertisements and T-shirts around the world without their prior knowledge.  

5. Bank Of America Threatens To Foreclose On Homeowner If He Doesn't Pay $0.00 ASAP
A home owner was shocked when he received a letter of foreclosure from Bank Of America warning him that if he didn't pay $0.00 immediately, his property would end up in foreclosure.