Wednesday, August 17, 2016

In Case You Missed It!

Jesús Alfredo Guzmán, son of El Chapo, was kidnapped at gunpoint at a party in Mexico.

In Bangladesh, a stranded elephant that had become a cruel sideshow for onlookers died of a heart attack.

Roger Ailes, recently fired as head of Fox News for sexually harassing women, is advising Trump on how to win the upcoming presidential debates.

China launched the first quantum communications satellite in a bid to lead the way into a new era of transmitting information securely.

In Nepal, a busload of earthquake survivors on their way to receive government grant money to rebuild their homes were killed when their bus went over a cliff.

The Navajo Nation is suing the EPA, claiming the agency is responsible for poisoning a river that flows through their land.

Tomorrow is the last broadcast of “The Nightly Show” with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central.  Not enough viewers.  Also canceled: “I Am Cait” on E.  Not enough viewers.

Drivers in New Jersey can now get vanity license plates that reference their belief in atheism.

Scientists are searching for great white sharks off the coast of Long Island.  They want to study them.  So far, the sharks haven’t shown up.


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