Monday, May 23, 2016

A Few More Stories

Some things in the news today, other than the previously posted end of the U.S. arms embargo on Vietnam:

Investigators analyzing flight data from EgyptAir Flight 804 are looking at a four-minute period.

A Lufthansa flight out of Munich was diverted due to a passenger apparently going crazy.

ICE officials seem to have figured out how to deal with transgender illegal aliens.

Pope Francis meets with an Egyptian Grand Imam.

The record 499 Syrian refugees admitted into the United States in May are all from one religion.

Meanwhile back in Syria, some people are getting ready to fight against ISIS.

Muslims attack Yazidis - in Germany.

Before anyone wants to call today's acquittal of a Baltimore cop, charged in the death of Freddie Gray, an act of racism, they should first acquaint themselves with the judge.

The cop now faces the battle to regain his reputation.

President Obama signs legislation to remove two words from government use.

Virginia's governor has been under FBI investigation.

How bad are things in Venezuela?  This bad.

Commuting on the Washington, DC Metro will soon be even uglier than usual.

Some say you can't fight City Hall, but if you're a peregrine falcon, you can build your nest there.

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