Now that I'm back from my latest swing into Pennsylvania, here are some things in the news:
From The Washington Times, the Indiana Supreme Court takes up a case in which police found an alleged murder weapon after eavesdropping on a conversation between a defendant and his lawyer.
From The Washington Free Beacon, on the same day they receive the Service Dog of the Year award, a Marine and his service dog are denied a seat on an American Airlines flight.
From Bloomberg View, the man picked by the president to build the war effort against ISIS will be stepping down.
From The Telegraph, a division of Syrian rebels trained by the United States surrenders to an Al Qaeda affiliate upon re-entering their country.
From Politico, presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) calls for a raise in the minimum wage for federal contract workers.
From Fox News, Israeli archaeologists may have found the Tomb of the Maccabees.
From McClatchyDC, presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and host Stephen Colbert discuss Ronald Reagan on The Late Show.
From The Local DE, German intelligence warns about the increasing numbers of Salafists in their country.
From Yahoo News, German police raid a mosque and search homes looking for ISIS recruiters. (via Gateway Pundit)
From Herald Scotland, the "jihadi bride", who left Scotland to marry an Islamic fighter in Syria, has a low opinion of the Syrians migrating in the opposite direction.
From National Review, many of those "Syrian refugees" are neither.
From WTVR, the son of a former Virginia state senator kills himself on Interstate 95, after allegedly killing a man and abducting a woman.
From Frontpage Mag, Pope Francis, who arrives today in the United States, seems to have forgotten the oppressed people of the country from which he departs.
From Bizpac Review, presidential candidate Carly Fiorina (R) disagrees with Ben Carson (R) and Donald Trump (R) about having a Muslim president, and sings about her dog.
From the Daily Mail, noted clock-maker Ahmed Mohamed and his siblings have all been pulled from their schools.
From WUIS, the Department of Interior has decided that the greater sage grouse does not need Endangered Species Act protection.
And from Wired, problems with geothermal energy wells may be solved by injecting SiO2 balls coated with DNA.