Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Short Takes

After decades of war, peace between Colombia and FARC.

Another mass shooting, this time in Houston.

A federal judge blocked attempts to approve proof-of-citizenship for voters.

The Justice Department is sending $20 million to police departments for body cameras.

Jury selection begins in the Dylan Roof trial in Charleston.

Tropical Update: Invest 97L could move toward the U.S.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Short Takes

Miami Marlins ace pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident.

Charlotte shooting videos released.

Floodwaters could swamp parts of northeast Iowa this week.

UN takes no action in Syria amid arguments over Aleppo.

Debate prep continues.

R.I.P. Arnold Palmer, 87, legendary golfer.

The Tigers split with KC this weekend; the wild card spot is fading away.

Tropical Update: Invest 97L develops.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Short Takes

Secretary of State Kerry briefed the UN Security Council on the Syria ceasefire.

Charlotte police say the armed man shot and killed was warned several times to drop his weapon.

ISIS is on the verge of losing Mosul.

The Fed left interest rates unchanged.

Tropical Update: Karl is depressed and Lisa is still storming, but harmless to land.

The Tigers were rained out last night.  They’ll play a double header today against the Twins.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Short Takes

The bombing suspect in New Jersey had been checked out by the FBI in 2014.

President Obama delivered his valedictory address to the UN.

Another unarmed black man was shot and killed by police, this time in Tulsa.

Federal judge tells Texas to revise their voter ID laws.

Tropical Update: Two storms, Karl and Lisa, are in the middle of the Atlantic but no threat to land now.

The Tigers beat the Twins 8-1.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Short Takes

New York/New Jersey bombing suspect is captured after a gun battle.

The Syrian cease-fire ended.

Prosecutors say Gov. Christie knew about bridge lane closures.

Energy prices increased across the South thanks to a ruptured gasoline pipeline.

Pro-Putin parties show strength in local elections.

Tropical Update: TS Karl is going to stay clear of the East coast.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Short Takes

NYPD is hunting clues in the Saturday night bombing in Chelsea.

UN General Assembly opens under heightened scrutiny.

American airstrikes hit Syrian troops.

ISIS lays claim to knife attack in Minnesota.

And the Emmys went to…

Tropical Update: A new one, TS Karl, is out in the Atlantic heading east. TS Julia is the zombie storm that will not die.

The Tigers beat Cleveland 9-5 to keep hope alive.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Short Takes

U.S. plans to increase number of refugees allowed into the country next year.

Hacked e-mails from Colin Powell label Trump as a “disgrace.”

Ford to move small car manufacturing to Mexico.

Arrest made in mosque attack in Fort Pierce, Florida.

Carla Hayden sworn in as new Librarian of Congress.

Tropical Update: TS Julia dumps rain on Georgia.

The Tigers beat the Twins 9-6 to move up to be 1 game back in the wild card chase.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Short Takes

Wages shot up in 2015 with the biggest hike since 2007.

U.S. bombers send message to China, Russia, and North Korea.

Florida Zika outbreak hits 70 cases.

Supreme Court rejects early voting in Ohio.

NCAA pulls tournament games from North Carolina over bathroom bill.

Tropical Update: TS Julia heads north over northern Florida into Georgia.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Friday, September 9, 2016

Short Takes

73 Syria aid groups suspend cooperation with U.N.

Wells Fargo hit with $185 million in fines for setting up fake accounts.

NASA launches probe to bring back pieces of an asteroid.

Car with gas cylinders near Notre Dame in Paris baffles police.

Dozens stuck overnight at 10,000 feet in the air over the Alps.

FAA issues warnings about Samsung smartphones on planes.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Short Takes

Russian fighter buzzes U.S. surveillance plane.

President Obama meets with Philippine president despite outburst.

ITT students advised to take the money and run.

Mexico finance minister who arranged Trump visit resigns.

FBI director says decision not to charge Clinton as not a close call.

The Tigers lost 7-4 to the White Sox.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Short Takes

President Obama cancels meeting with Philippines president.

Obama and Putin have “blunt” talk on summit sidelines.

Hillary Clinton gives the press a lift on campaign plane.

Roger Ailes hints he’ll sue New York magazine.

Tropical Update: The newest model is Invest 92L southeast of Hispaniola.

The Tigers beat the White Sox, keep in the hunt for a wild card spot.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Short Takes

Donald Trump does a drive-through to Mexico.

Supreme Court refuses to reinstate strict North Carolina voting rights law.

Brazilian Senate votes to oust President Dilma Rouseff.

Report: Ohio’s restrictive abortion law makes women less safe.

Tropical Update: It started out as Invest 99L, then became TD 9, and now it’s Tropical Storm Hermine and heading for Florida’s Big Bend.

The Tigers beat the White Sox 3-2 and get the sweep.

Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Short Takes

Colombia and rebels reach peace after 52 years of fighting.

Earthquake leaves over 100 dead in Italy.

Gunmen attack American University in Afghanistan.

Trump fumbles his message to minorities.

Germany debates troops in the streets for the first time since World War II.

Old news: CIA releases Nixon and Ford intelligence briefings.

Tropical Update: Invest 99L could be something bigger this weekend.

The Tigers beat the Twins 9-4.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Short Takes

Louisiana is going to get more rain.

California wildfires forced more than 82,000 people out of their homes.

A high-ranking diplomat from North Korea has defected to South Korea.

Russia is using an air base in Iran to bomb Syrian targets.

R.I.P. Arthur Hiller, 92, director of “Love Story.”

Tropical Update: TS Fiona forms in the North Atlantic.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Short Takes

Report: ISIS loses control of Libyan stronghold.

Putin accuses Ukraine of plotting terror in Crimea.

Extent of bias in Baltimore police department stuns activists.

Zika cases rise in Miami as officials try to keep citizens calm.

What turned Rio’s diving pool green?

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Short Takes

Fifty GOP security advisors say Trump would be a “most reckless” president.

Dozens killed in hospital bombing in Pakistan.

“Clock boy” to sue home town school district.

Georgia power company disputes Delta’s claim that power outage caused flight system to go off-line.

Japan’s Emperor Akihito says he wants to abdicate despite law to the contrary.

Monday, August 8, 2016