Friday, October 31, 2014

Links For Halloween

Before you go trick-or-treating, chaperon your kids as they trick-or-treat, or dress up for that Halloween party, please read a few stories:

From NBC Washington, an ax-wielding man attacks a policeman in Washington, DC.  Could this be a copycat of a similar incident in New York?

From MyFoxChicago, former NBC superstar Michael Jordan is not impressed with President Obama's golf game.

From Pantagraph, on the other hand, LPGA golfer Danielle Kang has her second hole-in-one in eight days.

From CNN, both Senate candidates in North Carolina are admonished for the negative tone of their ads, by someone too young to vote.

From Roll Call, meet the Democrats' recount lawyer.

From The Daily Caller, the Senate races in Colorado and Iowa "are more important than you think".

From The Blaze, a wolf-like animal has been spotted in northern Arizona.

From the Daily Herald, the recent drop in fuel prices has led to a drop in the sale of small cars.

From Bernama, two sons of a passenger on Flight MH370 have filed a lawsuit.

From Israel National News, Jordan threatens to revoke its 1994 peace treaty with Israel.

From Prophesy News Watch, the United States gave almost $8 billion in aid to Pakistan during the past five years, while a Christian woman has been jailed for blasphemy.

From The Verge, Samsung releases the thinnest-ever smartphones.

From Breitbart's Big Peace, a village in France has banned clown costumes.

From ABC News, shelters in Sri Lanka take in victims of a deadly mudslide.

And from the Huffington Post, the history of the pin-up girl.

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