Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Tuesday Links

On the day of the State of the Union Address, some things going on out there:

From the International Business Times, workers in the Moorgate area of London are told to stay inside their buildings due to a suspicious package in the area.

From Fox News, four men have appeared in a Paris court to face charges arising from the recent terror attacks.

From Fox News Politics, the State of the Union's political sideshow.

From CNN, new Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) will give the Republican response to the SOTU.

From The Straits Times, the tiger population in India has increased by 30% in four years.

From Yahoo Finance, TransCanada, the developer of the Keystone XL pipeline, has filed paperwork to acquire land in Nebraska needed to construct and operate the pipeline.

From the Epoch Times, the EPA reports that every year, there are about 14,000 oil spills in the United States.

From Reuters, oil prices fall yet again.

From The Blaze, the co-author of Chris Kyle's book American Sniper responds to Michael Moore's statement that snipers are "cowards".

From BizPac Review, actor James Woods posts on Twitter that Moore's comments are boosting box office numbers for the movie American Sniper.

From the New York Daily News, a memorial to Eric Garner, who died after being subdued by police, is destroyed by an accidental fire.  (via Weasel Zippers)

From the New York Post, a man in Mexico survives after being stabbed in the face with scissors (with pics that are not for the squeamish).

From the National Journal, Pope Francis plans to visit the United States this fall.

From Watchdog.org, some questions about how Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) came to his decision to ban fracking.

And from The Daily Caller, after James Taylor's performance You've Got A Friend (written by Carole King), the next part of the War on Terror will involve a famous trio of singers.

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