Some things in the news, as the work week begins:
From Watchdog.org, while union leaders criticize others for being rich, many of them aren't doing too badly, either. (via Fox News)
From the New York Post, a 13-year-old boy in Spain goes on a murderous rampage in a school - with a crossbow.
From National Review, the IRS has promised an atheist group that it will monitor churches.
From Al-Monitor, people evacuated from Idlib, Syria mourn their city.
From Church Militant, a vice president of Catholic Relief Services has been practicing a lifestyle contrary to the church's teachings.
From TV by the Numbers, the show The Big Bang Theory showed the largest gain in ratings among adults aged 18-49.
From the Los Angeles Times, six Somali men have been arrested in Minneapolis or after driving from there to San Diego on charges of "conspiracy to aid and support a terrorist organization", which is alleged to be ISIS.
From Arutz Sheva, a guide put out by ISIS teaches how to trick and kill Westerners, and praises the Tsarnaev brothers.
From Reuters, equity markets have posted gains, responding to news that China is trying to stimulate its economy.
From Anadolu Agency, Turkish President Reccip Erdogan is expected to help open a Turkish mosque in Maryland, possibly with help of American President Barack Obama. (via The Right Scoop)
From Watts Up With That?, a message from Lord Christopher Monckton of Benchley to the American Physical Society.
From Conservative Review, how the New York Times can't deal with Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) on the subject of immigration.
From Fox News, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia and Caroline Rotich of Kenya win the men's and women's races, respectively, of the Boston Marathon.
From CNN, a poll they took in conjunction with ORC shows Hillary Clinton leading among Democrats and no candidate clearly in the lead among Republicans. (via Hot Air, whose headline indicates that Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) has improved his numbers)
From UPI, a man in Baltimore dies while in police custody after his neck was broken.
And from CNET, the impressive nebula known as Thor's Helmet.