Thursday, September 10, 2015

Thursday Links

As the NFL gets ready to kick off the new season, here are some things out there in the news:

From Reuters, the U.S. will accept 10,000 Syrian refugees next year.

From The Telegraph, an ISIS fighter is reportedly hiding in a migrant camp in Calais, France.

From the Washington Examiner, the House passes a resolution alleging that President Obama "ignored law" on the Iran deal.

From CNS News, a disabled veteran gives his (very negative) opinion of the Iran deal.

From Fox News, the NYPD commissioner offers an apology to wrongly arrested tennis pro James Blake.

From The Blaze, Wisconsin Governor and presidential candidate Scott Walker (R) promises that as president, he will prohibit mandatory union dues for federal employees.

From Tech Crunch, guitar maker Fender hires a new Chief Digital Products Officer.

From The Washington Times, when he starts his U.S. visit, Pope Francis will be welcomed at the White House by a religiously diverse group of people.

From Yahoo News, the head from a giant statue of Vladimir Lenin has been dug up in Berlin.

From Breitbart's Big Government, a video shows Nevada-based campaign workers for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton allegedly ignoring or violating the state's voter registration laws.

From One News Now, the legal standing of a pro-LGBT ordinance passed in Fayetteville, Arkansas has been questioned by the state's attorney general.

From News 4 Jax, a 20-year-old man from Orange Park, Florida has been arrested for distributing information on how to make a pressure cooker bomb.

And from The Hollywood Reporter, it won't belong before a certain news anchor comes back.

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