Thursday, July 7, 2016

Links for 7/7

Today is the anniversary of the 7/7 terrorist attack in London.  As we look back, here's some of what's going on today:

From The New York Times, if Donald Trump (R-NY) wins the presidential election, is it possible that he will then not serve?

From The Washington Post, Trump has a "tense" meeting with GOP Senators.

From PoliZette, on the other hand, Trump's meeting with House GOP went well.

From Real Clear Politics, RNC chairman Reince Priebus says that his party will win "with or without" the anti-Trumpers.

From CBS News, an opinion that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is Trump's best VP choice.

From The Hill, Hillary Clinton (D-NY) was not put under oath during her recent interview with the FBI.

From Breitbart's Big Government, former Ambassador John Bolton says that he'd be in jail if he did what Hillary Clinton did, and Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) says that Hillary would be referred to the FBI for a perjury investigation.

From FrontpageMag, why Hillary "must go to jail".

From Politico, FBI Director James Comey testifies to the House.

From the Washington Examiner, "11 takeaways" from Comey's testimony.

From Business Insider, the Pentagon asks for money to fight ISIS drones.

From The Washington Times, the CDC asks for money to fight the Zika virus.

From CNN, according to the CDC, the United States has the highest car crash death rate among high-income countries.

From The Telegraph, the Australian state of New South Wales bans greyhound racing, and Switzerland bans the burqa.

From the New York Post, Bill Cosby claims that he was denied his right to confront his accuser.

From AsiaNews, Muslims in Bangla Desh try to force Christians and Hindu merchants to observe Islamic rules.

From Arutz Sheva, an ISIS hit list includes synagogues in the United States.

From ZNews, a man from the UAE is charged with attempted murder against a U.S. judge who previously put him in jail.

From Wired, a fungus that kills mosquitoes.

From The New Reddit Journal Of Science, a planet with three suns.

And from the Daily Mail, a British teenage boy arrives at his high school prom in a helicopter.

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