Thursday, September 1, 2016

Links To Start September

A new month is upon us, and after a long wait, so is NCAA football.  Here are some other things going on out there:

An already convicted sex offender is charged with a 1991 murder.

Jet Blue flies to Cuba.

Speaking of flying, how to stop airport panics.

Colin Kaepernick says he'll do it again.

As the saying goes, plus ça change....

In Syria, ISIS bans soccer referees.

An Australian gets six years for his role in sending seven men to Syria.  (via here)

In India, illiteracy varies between religious groups.

In Yemen, an airstrike kills 16 members of a Shiite imam's extended family.

Child brides are on the increase, among migrants entering Germany.

Iran got some "secret exemptions" from their nuclear deal.

In his speech about immigration, Donald Trump made a "hard to spot" change.

Hillary Clinton quickly reacted to Trump's speech.  (H/T LSU Jeff for Tweeting this)

The Clinton Foundation allegedly bought IT equipment with your tax dollars.

SpaceX's latest test on their Falcon rocket fails spectacularly.
UPDATE:  Video of the failed test may be seen here.

And to finish, Lego does Rogue One.

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