Just a few things before I travel to Virginia for Easter weekend:
From The Times Of Israel, an AI program created by Microsoft interacts with humans, and as a result turns into a horrible bigot.
From FrontpageMag, how President Obama and others have left out some details when discussing the history of Islam.
From Fox News, a federal appeals court demands documents from the IRS concerning the alleged targeting of Tea Party groups. (H/T Toni No Baloney)
From ABC News, Belgian police have arrested five people in relation to the terror attacks in Brussels.
From BNO News, French police have arrested a man suspected in an alleged terrorist plot.
From YNetNews, an UN human rights organization plans to compile a "blacklist of settlement businesses".
From Bloomberg Politics, Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks out against the "rhetoric" of Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Donald Trump (R-NY).
From the Mirror, ISIS uses footage of Donald Trump in a video.
From the Daily Mail, ISIS attacks an Iraqi village with mustard gas.
From the International Business Times, 2.5 million children in Afghanistan are out of school because of terrorism.
From the Altoona Mirror, Turkey puts journalists on trial. (The AM cites the Associated Press as their source.)
From Yahoo News, Turkish warplanes strike Kurdish insurgent targets in Iraq. (Yahoo cites Reuters as their source.)
From Breitbart's Big Government, a U.S. solicitor arguing the Little Sisters of the Poor case before the Supreme Court opines the government could force not just the Little Sisters, but the church itself to provide medical coverage that included abortion-related products.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution asks, "What's that weird ingredient in my cocktail?"
Also from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a former student at Ole Miss faces up to a year in jail for placing a noose on a statue.
From Variety, comedian and actor Garry Shandling has died at age 66.
And from The Weekly Standard, the "crushing costs" of Obamacare are decried by.........Chelsea Clinton?